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Lake Constance, Lindau — Copyright: Pixabay


What comes to mind when you think of Germany? Of course, we all know that the Germans make great beer and sausages and are super-efficient (we won’t mention football). But Germany really does have so much more to offer than just sausages and efficiency! It’s also a great holiday destination that can be enjoyed any time of the year. Summer is particularly good as there is so much going on. Music, wine and beer festivals, as well as other events, take place across the country every summer. Spring and Autumn are the perfect seasons to enjoy a river cruise, walking, hiking or cycling. German cities, with their fabulous food, culture and nightlife, are fantastic places to visit all-year-round. Germany is best visited when you have the time to spend several days or more exploring the different regions, with each area having its own unique culture.

In Bavaria, you’ll get an authentic impression of Germany with its traditional beer halls, regional food and costumes. The region is also well-known for its beautiful lakes and castles – so make sure you leave time to explore this stunning countryside.

The elegant city of Hamburg is located in the north of Germany – great if you enjoy visiting historical places and shopping!

Berlin is an incredibly cosmopolitan city that has its very own quirkiness about it. It has a fantastic nightlife, great food as well as being a magnet for new and upcoming artists.

Düsseldorf is the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia. This beautiful city is Germany’s main fashion hub and is well-known for its music and art scene. The famous Old Town has some fabulous bars and traditional breweries for those who like to sample some authentic German beer. The Rhine promenade is the perfect location to enjoy a meal or a drink along the River Rhine. Düsseldorf is also a shopper’s paradise with its fantastic choice of independent and mainstream shops.

Last but not least is the stunning scenery of the Rhineland-Palatinate wine region. The area is awash with picturesque villages and towns, castles and fortresses along the River Rhine and the River Moselle. It’s also perfect for those who enjoy walking or cycling.

Germany really does have something for everyone – whatever your budget. Enjoy discovering!

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