Germany Travel Guide

Best known for it’s dominating cities, Germany offers much more when you dig a little deeper

Germany has numerous attractions ranging from fairytale castles to picturesque towns, impressive culture and an endless list of activities to keep your travelling spirit inspired. Those seeking sightseeing and art experiences are spoilt for choice in the cities and small towns and those seeking activity holidays are not shunned either as the Bavarian Alps, Black Forest and Mosel valley offer dynamic opportunities for exciting thrills.

The vibrant city of Berlin is hard to ignore when visiting Germany. It is home to amazing architecture, art galleries, museums, fashion and design. Unmissable places include Brandenburg Gate, UNESCO World Heritage site Museum Island, the Jewish Museum, Haus am Checkpoint Charlie and the Berlin Wall Trail. Visit the Black Forest bordering the Rhine and form a tight bond with nature as you witness the marvellous sights of snow capped peaks, valleys, vineyards and nature reserves. Travel back in time in the Upper Middle Rhine valley dotted with remarkable castles, palaces and vineyards. The Upper Middle Rhine is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and you can only see its beauty to understand why it is deserves the title. If you are seeking adventure, Lake Constance offers you more than just adventure with fantastic views of the Alps from the shoreline.

Germany is a fulfilling travel destination with a lot to offer but can dig a chunk out of your budget if you get carried away in the cities. Take your travelling spirit off the beaten path and your budget will take you much further so you can truly experience what this intriguing nation has to offer.