Germany is a Western European country with a vibrant art and music scene, magnificent terrain of vast forests in the west, great cathedrals and castles, and the alps in the south, and historic cities throughout the country.
Regardless of your interests you’ll find something in Germany to engage you.
Berlin is the capital and home to thriving art and nightlife scenes along with the iconic Brandenburg Gate and many other historic sites.
Frankfurt is a city of modernity with it’s vibrant business sector which houses the European Central Bank, cutting edge architecture and Europe’s third-largest airport yet it’s sometimes referred to as the city of art, in part because of its fondness for museums that vary greatly in terms of size, style and subject matter.
Munich which is known for its Oktoberfest and cavernous beer halls is really a modern, cosmopolitan city with a certain buzz and yet a tranquility to it and is considered Germany’s lifestyle capital.
In Cologne you can look up at the soaring spires of the second tallest church in Europe while also enjoying what else it’s known for and that’s their chocolate. Visit flagship international trade fairs in Hannover. Enjoy museums set in old industrial complexes in the old coal-mining area of the Ruhr. In the Bavaria you’ll find forests and Neuschwanstein castle. And if you want to see the quintessential old German town, just take a drive to picture-perfect Rothenburg ob der Tauber.
Modern-day Germany is a mosaic of small states sewn together into a modern republic and are very unique from the each other, as demonstrated by their traditions, culture and architecture.
Whether you visit for a month or 3 months, it’s just not enough.
Frankfurt Christmas Market
Carousel Ride at the Frankfurt Christmas Market
Heidelburg Christmas Market
Rheingauer Weinmuseum Bromserburg, Rudesheim, Germany