Deciding what to see and do on your Germany vacation might seem overwhelming, especially if this is your first time visiting. There are many highlights, so where to start?
Right here! Plan your vacation with our recommendations for the best of Germany. In this guide, expect no less than Germany's best attractions, destinations, sights, hotels, scenic drives, and more.
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Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt - been there, done that? Then explore some of Germany’s lesser-known cities that you probably don’t plan to visit – but should.
From Trier, one of the country’s oldest cities, and Potsdam with its superb palaces and parks, to Erfurt, the city of Martin Luther, here are the best-underrated German cities that you shouldn’t miss on your next Germany trip.
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Looking for a romantic getaway in Germany? From medieval castle hotels, to lovely scenic drives, and picturesque old-world towns, these enchanting places inspire romance and put you and that special someone in the mood for love.
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Bavaria is one of the most popular – and most scenic – travel destinations in Germany. For many, Bavaria is sausage, beer, and lederhosen, and although you’ll find all of that on your vacation, Bavaria has much more to offer. Here are the most interesting things to do in Bavaria, from city breaks, and nature spots, to castles, scenic drives, and historic sites.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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North, South, East and West
Wherever you travel in Germany - north, south, east or west - we got you covered! Here is our compilation of Germany's most popular cities and sights in all four corners of the country; just click on the links and you'll find more information about the different travel destinations in Germany.
- Traveling in the South of Germany
- Traveling in the North of Germany
- Traveling in the West of Germany
- Traveling in the East of Germany - East German Meals (& where to eat them), 5 East German Products still around Today, 7 Ways to Experience Life in East Germany and Little Known East German Towns to Visit.
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Want to spend a couple of hours in a German museum? Here is an overview of some of the best museums in Germany - whether you love modern art, are a history buff, or want to see young and upcoming German artists, you will find a museums for every taste and genre.
Want something altogether more interesting? It's Germany. We have you covered with the Weirdest Museums in Germany.
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Best Green Destinations in Germany
The Reichstag, seat of the German parliament, runs completely on renewable energy coming from water, wind and solar power – not a surprise in the country that is heading the green revolution. For the green traveler, here are even more eco-friendly destinations, from car-free islands, and certified organic hotels, to solar-powered attractions and biodynamic souvenirs.
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There's no better way to get to know a country than by taking part in its festivals. Check out our yearly round-up of Germany’s best festivals and events that will give you a taste of German culture, beer, tradition, and art at its best; from carnival and music festivals, to the world-famous Oktoberfest in Munich.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Do you like road trips? Then hop in the car and make the journey your reward: Germany offers many scenic drives and themed roads that will lead you past quaint villages, medieval castles, and unspoiled countryside. From the Romantic Road, and the Castle Road, to the Fairy Tale Road, and the Wine Route, here are the roads best traveled in Germany.
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Best Hotels in Germany Under 100 Euros
Looking for cheap hotels in Germany but don't want to compromise on cleanliness, service, location and style? Look no further - I have compiled a list of the best hotels in Germany for the best price, all offering rooms under 100 Euros a night. Among these great value hotels are art hotels, design motels and cozy family-run hotels, all without a hefty room rate. So you have more to spend on beer and brats.