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Introducing Germany

The cultural and historical landscape of Germany is multifaceted and enthralling. Enchanting castles perch high on rugged mountaintops, while quaint, charming villages captivate with their beauty and distinctive German Gemütlichkeit. Discover the pristine stretches of golden coastline along the numerous islands, such as in the Wattenmeer National Park in the North. Germany’s landscape also dazzles with its abundance of flora and fauna and its charming cities are adorned with beer gardens, historical landmarks, and cultural sights.

Resorts in Germany

Top Locations in Germany

Steeped in history, donning a magnificent cathedral, a welcoming beer culture, and known for its the Carnival celebrations, Cologne is a laid-back, cosmopolitan city. It is also one of the most popular tourist attractions for Germans themselves, and some even consider it to be the trendiest city in the country.
Visit Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich
If you are a fan of modern art then you should definitely visit the Pinakothek der Moderne, which offers 4 different galleries. A monument to modernity houses pieces of furniture and automobile design classics in addition to modern art masterpieces.
Berlin Wall
Discover the history of Germany by visiting the Berlin Wall Memorial site.
Museum Island, Berlin
The Museum Island in Berlin is a magnificent piece of art. It consists of the James Simon Gallery, a contemporary building, and five internationally renowned museum structures from the period of the Prussian monarchs. In 1999, UNESCO designated the Museum Island as a World Heritage Site and it is home to the bust of Nefertiti, which is more than 3000 years old.
Enjoy the Christmas Markets
Christmas markets, like those in Dresden and Nuremberg, are great places to find gifts and are bursting with energy. If you are visiting Germany in the winter months, then a day exploring the markets should definitely be on your to do list.
Rothenburgh ob der Tauber
At the northern end of the 410-kilometer "Romantic Road," Rothenburg is a treasure trove of holiday shopping and mediaeval history. Visit Marktplatz to explore the historic buildings of this cobblestone square and appreciate the many pastel-coloured houses, shops and cafes that surround the area for an unforgettable experience of local charm, traditions and culture.

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