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Germany Luxury Tours – German wine is surprisingly good. For a country justifiably known around the world for its beers, the products of its beautifully terraced vineyards are a treat – albeit an often sweet one. And that’s a perfect metaphor for the rest of this proud nation that is the heart of Europe in more ways than one. Two decades after the prosperous west and downtrodden east were reunified, the marriage is finally bedding down. Opinions about this densely populated country are only equalled by the number of surprises. The land of sausages excels at organic foods, people renowned for their order have the wildest clubs, and life today really does overshadow the event-strewn past. And yes, the wine is often better than the beer.

Best time to visit in Germany

June to August (summer) for beer gardens at their best, March to May (spring) and September to November (autumn) for fewer crowds and mostly mild weather

Best time to visit in Germany

June to August (summer) for beer gardens at their best , March to May (spring) and September to November (autumn) for fewer crowds and mostly mild weather

Places to visit in Germany

  • Berlin, which continues to reinvent itself even as the past still haunts.
  • The soaring – and ever-surviving – spires of Cologne’s centuries old cathedral.
  • The inhuman horrors of Holocaust sites, such as Dachau and Buchenwald.
  • Dresden’s atmospheric old backstreets where modernity is missing but hedonism lurks.
  • Munich with its Alpine accents, gregarious locals and fully realised good life.

Places to visit in Germany

  • Berlin , which continues to reinvent itself even as the past still haunts.
  • The soaring – and ever-surviving – spires of Cologne’s centuries old cathedral.
  • The inhuman horrors of Holocaust sites , such as Dachau and Buchenwald.
  • Dresden’s atmospheric old backstreets where modernity is missing but hedonism lurks.
  • Munich with its Alpine accents , gregarious locals and fully realised good life.

Top things to do in Germany

  • Get lost in perfect little small towns, such as Bamberg or Wiemar
  • Join the tourist mobs sailing along the impossibly clichéd sites of the Rhine River
  • Drink your way to nirvana finding your favourite Bavarian beer hall or garden
  • Hike the meadows and forests of the Alps
  • Explore the tiny hamlets nestled amid the Harz Mountains

Top things to do in Germany

  • Get lost in perfect little small towns, such as Bamberg or Wiemar
  • Join the tourist mobs sailing along the impossibly clichéd sites of the Rhine River
  • Drink your way to nirvana finding your favourite Bavarian beer hall or garden
  • Hike the meadows and forests of the Alps
  • Explore the tiny hamlets nestled amid the Harz Mountains

Discover Germany

  • Read Goethe’s Faust, which tells of the classic deal with the devil.
  • Listen to classics by Bach or Beethoven, then jump forward a few centuries to Berlin-style punk symbol Nina Hagen, Kraftwerk’s ‘80s techno and hugely popular Wir sind Helden.
  • Watch The Lives of Others, an award-winning examination of the compromises demanded by life in the old Communist east.
  • Eat any of hundreds of types of sausage.
  • Drink any of hundreds of types of beer, as varied as the variety of sausages.

Discover Germany

  • Read Goethe’s Faust , which tells of the classic deal with the devil.
  • Listen to classics by Bach or Beethoven , then jump forward a few centuries to Berlin-style punk symbol Nina Hagen , Kraftwerk’s ‘80s techno and hugely popular Wir sind Helden.
  • Watch The Lives of Others , an award-winning examination of the compromises demanded by life in the old Communist east.
  • Eat any of hundreds of types of sausage.
  • Drink any of hundreds of types of beer , as varied as the variety of sausages.

Germany Highlights

Cuckoo clocks, dark memories of WWII, no speed limits, Oktoberfest, the Berlin Wall, timely fast trains, BMW, Volkswagen, Mercedes, Audi and Porsche

Germany Highlights

Cuckoo clocks , dark memories of WWII , no speed limits , Oktoberfest , the Berlin Wall , timely fast trains , BMW , Volkswagen , Mercedes , Audi and Porsche

One word for Germany Tourism

Wie gehts? (How’s it going?)

One word for Germany Tourism

Wie gehts? (How’s it going?)
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