Germany offers memorable experiences, from wide expanses, hilly uplands, densely wooded regions and cities along rivers and Lakes. Exciting city trips can also be availed with shopping tours, wellness breaks, sporting excursions, top-notch gastronomy, wine festivals and the famous Oktoberfest.
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Frankfurt is a modern city with great diversity. It is a metropolis with large businesses, tall skyscrapers and Europe’s third largest airport. On the other hand, it offers culture and tradition with concerts, exhibitions and many other celebrated events.
Situated on the banks of the scenic River Main, Frankfurt is lovingly called ‘Manhattan’ because of its towering skyline. But behind the skyscrapers lies a historic and cultural city. Learn about the many attractions!Explore
Munich is Germany’s lifestyle capital. It offers easy-going tranquility and yet is buzzing with activity. The city, situated near the Bavarian Alps, offers a perfect vacation dotted with gardens, the finest restaurants and bars, beer gardens & taverns, shopping boulevards, popular festivals, castles, palaces and museums,
Spend time at one of the country’s most beautiful squares, Marienplatz and visit the very popular beer hall, famous for the Oktoberfest held in Munich every year. Or just hop across to the English Garden, a paradise near the River Isar. Use the City Tour Card to get around town to visit the museums and arenas and get discounts at tourist attractions.Explore
Berlin, Germany’s capital city is bursting with art, culture, museums, theatre, symphonies, galleries and the Kurfürstendamm - the shopping street you can spend days walking along. The nightlife is not to be missed. Berlin is the city to visit if you’re either looking for relaxation or for upbeat activities.
The city’s diversity can be seen by taxis or bike rentals. The city also offers a welcome card for free travel on public transport and discounts for over 200 attractions across the city.Explore
If you’re looking for a positive state of mind then Cologne is the city to visit. It is situated on the banks of the Rhine and boasts a thriving music and art scene, making it a fun place to be. The city is famous for the Cologne Carnival, Kölsch Beer and a thriving music and art scene.
Ride the Cologne Cable Car over the Rhein, Germany's longest river and see the festivities from above. The towering Cologne Cathedral is a must visit along with the Chocolate Museum close-by before you let your hair down at the Kwartier Latäng or the Friesenviertel District.Explore
Stuttgart is the city to be if you want to be a part of automotive history. Retro Classics, Germany's best-loved motor show attracts many visitors every year. Along with Mercedez Benz and Porsche comes the surrounding wine region, which plays a significant role in offering exquisite food and fine wine.
Start with the Schlossplatz Square in the city centre, then the Stuttgart art museum and theatre. Visit the beautiful stores and stroll through the Wilhelma gardens, home to around 8,000 animals, making it one of the world's most biodiverse zoos. The StuttCard allows unlimited travel on all public transport in the city along with many discounted deals.Explore
Hanover is known as the trade fair destination. Many international trade shows are held at the exhibition centre, covering a square kilometer of space. Hanover has a lot more to offer - grand ancient palaces, castles, town halls, restored indoor markets, famous gardens and many water activities on the lake.
The public transport system in Hanover allows you to travel across the city., The Hanover Card with special offers gets you around the Hanover region and enjoy discounts at restaurants, tourist attractions and city tours.Explore
There are few cities in the world which, over the course of their history, have blended into their landscapes as harmoniously as Dresden. More than enough reason for the city to be added to the list of UNESCO world heritage (2004).
There is a combined system of tram (Straßenbahn), bus and even train, but no underground trains in Dresden. Whether by suburban railway, bus and tram, Elbe ferry or cable car: practically every destination in the city can be reached conveniently, quickly and inexpensively by public transport.Explore
Hamburg is one of Germany’s most attractive cities and a beautiful seafaring hub. The traditional brick warehouses of the city are intersected by narrow waterways with more bridges to cross than Venice and Amsterdam put together. The city centre offers the finest exhibitions, theatres, stylish shopping arcades, pubs and restaurants.
Hamburg is a city known for its lifestyle. Visit the alternative quarter of St. Pauli with the Reeperbahn, its famous red-light district. Or you can take a stroll along the scenic waterside promenades to the Treppenviertel Quarter and just walk along the famous narrow alleyways to the steps that take you straight to the Elbe beach.Explore
The cosmopolitan city of Duesseldorf on the Rhine is overflowing with culture, art, architecture, luxurious shopping boulevards with elegant street cafes. The “Ko” with its breweries and restaurants is a walking distance, where museums, galleries, studios and antique shops abound.
Most destinations in Düsseldorf can be reached by local transport. The Düsseldorf Card is an economical way of getting around. It allows use of trams and buses and all surcharge-free trains within many parts of the Düsseldorf City area, and free or discounted entry to museums and other attractions.Explore
Nuremberg reflects history since the Middle Ages. The skyline of the city is dominated by the famous castle and many architectural delights. Nuremberg also holds the darker history of Germany, where you can see documents and museums relating to the Nazi National Socialists.
The world famous Christkindlesmarkt (Christmas Market) takes place here every December. It is also popular for all museums that document changing times of the country and region. Not to forget tasting the rostbratwurst (sausage), the city’s staple snack since the 14th century.Explore
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