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Germany

Germany's natural landscape is a pleasant mix of the pointed Alps, flower-filled meadows, green rolling hills, dense forests, and vast rivers. The varied cities and villages provide modern sites, historical landmarks, flowing beer, and lively music, as well as nature adventures.

Highlights

  • Visit Berlin, Germany’s capital. This city is a beautiful blend of tradition and modernism with international art, an exciting music scene, and historical landmarks such as the Holocaust Memorial, the Berlin Wall's graffitied remains, and the symbolic Brandenburg Gate.

  • Spend time in Munich to see some of the top attractions this city has to offer, including the central square and iconic buildings of Marienplatz, the famous Nymphenburg Palace, the English Garden, the holiday markets, and Munich Residenz. End the day with a visit to the Hofbräuhaus München for a huge German beer and delicious soft pretzel.

  • View the tiny town of Rhine Valley. This quaint town along the Rhine River has friendly locals, ancient castles, pristine vineyards with delicious local wines, small shops with authentic steins, and a warm and welcoming atmosphere. This stop is not to be overlooked.

  • Spend at least a couple of days in the Black Forest, a mountainous region in southwest Germany bordering France. Escape reality and immerse yourself in dense, evergreen forests, waterfalls, charming villages, and thermal spas. This area is home to the cuckoo clock and the Grimm Brothers’ fairy tales.

  • Visit the water town of Hamburg, a city close to two seas with three rivers and numerous waterways and canals. Take a cruise to see why this city is referred to as ‘Venice of the North’, explore architectural gems, and enjoy its bustling shopping and dining areas.

Good to know

  • Inter-city travel in Germany is easy

  • Germany is bordered by Denmark, Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands, which means travel to Germany can include visits to these other fascinating countries