Stretching from the Alps to the Baltic and North Seas, Germany makes for inspiring, fascinating and invigorating travel. Dive in the medieval past of all the Hanseatic cities in the North. Spend one day exploring half-timbered medieval towns and spectacular baroque palaces in Bavaria.Visit the fairy tale castle Neuschweinstein in the south and the timbered houses of Rothenburg. Metropolises such as Berlin provide a world of variety, with renowned historic attractions Brandenburg Gate and the Berlin wall right next to the top techno clubs on earth.

Art and design explode in continual evolution, with Weimar providing the mecca for fans of Goethe, Schiller, and the Bauhaus Movement, and forward-thinking galleries dotted all over the country. Nature lovers have a paradise to explore, including pristine Alpine pistes, huge glimmering lakes, and thousands of miles of dense forest dotted with curative thermal springs. Culinary enthusiasts will delight in Germany’s world-famous beer, sausage, and ‘stollen’.

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Electrical sockets (outlets) in Germany (Deutschland) are one of the two European standard electrical socket types: The “Type C” Europlug and the “Type…

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CurrencyGermany uses the European monetary unit, the euro (€). Euro bills come in denominations of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, and 500; coins are worth…

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Standards of hygiene, in relation to food health and safety in Germany,are generally high in hotels, restaurants, pubs and nightspots. Restaurants are…

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Germany’s climate is almost as varied as its country but it is mostly temperate. Extreme temperature lows and highs are rare. Winter temperatures vary…

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Internal services are operated by Lufthansa (, Air Berlin (, Germanwings ( and several other regional…

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Light- to mediumweight clothing is recommended in summer while medium- to heavyweight clothing is advised in winter. If you’re intending to visit the…

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The southeastern state of Bavaria is independent of greater Germany and Bavarians are fiercely proud of their homeland and heritage. And no wonder. This is the…

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Set amidst the beautiful Bavarian Alps on the Austrian border, the German town of Berchtesgaden is set some of the most beautiful scenery in Germany. Located…

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Bergen auf Rügen

Dramatic seaside cliffs, postcard-perfect collections of traditional buildings, chic modern businesses, and vast fields blanketed in colourful blooms, are just some of the defining characteristics of…

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No tour of Germany would be complete without a visit to its vibrant capital which, despite its turbulent history, finds itself at the cutting-edge of European…

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Binz is the largest seaside resort on the German island of Rügen. Binz is a town that evokes a sense of the past amidst modern facilities….

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Hamburg is a historic Hanseatic city located on the southern point of the Jutland Peninsula. This city is also known as Germany’s ‘gateway to the world’….

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Kempten is resting at the foot of the Allgau Alps in the heart of the Allgau Region in Bavaria.This German holiday town is one of the…

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A major port in Germany, the medieval city of Lubeck is conveniently situated on the banks of the Trave River. This picturesque fairytale city is…

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The state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern lies in northeast Germany. it borders the Baltic Sea to the north and Poland to the east. This region has a…

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Munich lies on the banks of the Isar river and is the lively capital of Bavaria and the third-largest city in Germany. Munich is a…

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Rostock, a Hanseatic trading city and the largest in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, lies at the mouth of the River Warnow, where it meets the Baltic Sea,…

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Rothenburg ob der Tauber

Known for the medieval architecture and cobblestone lanes of its charming Old Town (Aldstadt), the city of Rothenburg ob der Tauber is the epitome of…

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Rügen Island

Set off the Pomeranian coast is Rugen, Germany’s largest island, swathed in a blanket of chestnut, oak, elm and poplar trees. Encompassing the island are…

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Located on the northern German island of Rugen, the largest of the country’s islands, the town of Sassnitz fringes the pristine coast overlooking the Baltic…

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The town Sellin lies on the German island of Rugen and it overlooking the Baltic Sea. Sellin is known for its scenic beauty and its…

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Red concrete dominates the skyline of the bustling Baltic Sea port of Stralsund. Set on the shore of the Strelasund strait in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany,…

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Resting on the shores of the Baltic Sea, the Hanseatic town of Wismar is known for its scenic landscapes, Gothic Brick architecture and rich cultural…

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