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Things to see and do in Germany


Culture. Cuisine. History.


Once more famous for its separation than for its fascinating history and architecture, Berlin is now an unshakable unity and a very modern metropolis where you can experience the unique German lifestyle in and at the many museums, public squares and festivals of the city.

The German capital has about 3.5 million inhabitants and is divided into twelve districts, each with a unique style and character. There are not many cities with a richer history than Berlin. Visit the ornate and historical museums on Museum Island, pay your respects at the Holocaust Memorial, and stroll along the Spree to the open-air East Side Gallery, made from remnants of the Berlin Wall. Visit the Fernsehturm for panoramic views of the city. If you like classical music, attend a concert by the Berliner Philharmoniker.


Culture. Art. Cuisine.

Hamburg, Germany

This modern port city is known for its maritime traditions, art galleries and neighbourhoods of converted warehouses full of restaurants, cafes and hip shops. Hamburg, the self-proclaimed German ‘gate to the world’, is the largest port in the country and the second-largest in

Europe. The city is proud of its status as an independent city-state and of its trading history, to which the city owes much of its wealth. Today, Hamburg is known as one of the wealthiest metropolises in Europe. Visit the metropolis of Hamburg and get to know this dynamic port city. There are also fantastic Romanesque architecture and beautiful parks and recreation centres. In addition, Hamburg has exciting nightlife. Buy a bratwurst from a street vendor and have a lager before going to a club to dance, play a game of pool or visit the football stadium to watch Hamburg SV play a home match.


Oktoberfest. Culture. History.

München, Duitsland, Beieren

From the cosy beer halls and beautiful palaces to the bustling parks and museums, the modern capital of Germany’s Bavaria retains a lot of traditional charm. Munich is one of the most livable cities in the world. The strong economy attracts large companies, and millions of

tourists visit the city every year for its beautiful architecture, old traditions and the nearby Bavarian Alps. While strolling through the centre, you will discover a wide range of architectural styles, from the Gothic St. Peter’s Church to the Baroque charm of the Asam Church (Asamkirche). Munich was severely damaged during World War II, but many buildings have been reconstructed as much as possible in the original style. Modern Munich is reflected in buildings such as the Olympia Tower and the Pinakothek der Moderne museum of contemporary art. Famous for its Oktoberfest, the largest beer festival in the world, Munich brews some of the world’s best-loved beers and has a vibrant beer culture.

Neuschwanstein Castle

History. Architecture. Culture.

Neuschwanstein castle

Neuschwanstein is a castle located in the village of Hohenschwangau. The castle was built on a mountain and is the most famous building of King Louis II of Bavaria. The castle is known as one of the most beautiful castles in Europe. The beautiful nature around it fits well with the

building. This gives the castle a fairytale look. Schloss Neuschwanstein attracts more than a million visitors every year, and it can get crowded. The Disney film Sleeping Beauty is very similar to this castle, and that’s right since the makers of the film got their inspiration from here. It is well worth visiting the court when you are in Germany. Order a ticket in advance so that you avoid the crowds a bit.

Berlin Zoo

History. Animals. Beauty.

Baboon at the Berlin Zoo

Berlin Zoo is one of the oldest and most beautiful zoos globally and is located in the city of Berlin. The zoo was built in 1841 and opened in 1844. There is a rich history behind the zoo. During the Second World War, there were several bombings, which killed many animals. Of the

approximately 4,000 animals, only 91 survived the war. The zoo was closed in 1943 due to damage and a lack of money. In 1945 the zoo was reopened, and everything was restored. Today, about 14,000 animals live there, and the zoo is considered one of the most successful zoos in Europe. The zoo is an excellent tourist outing with a large aquarium, many bird species and mammals.


Beer. Party. Culture.

Oktoberfest, Munich

Oktoberfest is a well-known phenomenon and is considered the largest beer festival globally. The event is celebrated by more than five million people every year and starts on the first Saturday after September 15 and lasts no less than sixteen to eighteen days. Oktoberfest has

been celebrated since 1810 and was then in honour of the wedding of Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen and Crown Prince Louis of Bavaria. If you are in Germany around the end of September or the beginning of October, you can’t skip the party under any circumstances. Get the lederhosen and dirndls out of the closet and have a drink with friends and locals. The biggest Oktoberfest is celebrated in Munich, but they also celebrate this fun party exuberantly in other cities.


History. Culture. Cuisine.

Frankfurt am Main

This European economic capital on the River Main has world-class museums, sweet apple wine and Germany’s only skyscrapers. Frankfurt is the financial centre of Europe. It is the seat of the European Central Bank and one of the wealthiest cities in Germany. As the only city in

the country with skyscrapers, the skyline is Frankfurt’s trademark. However, the city is also known for its leading museums and apple wine. The city is not only made up of modern buildings. Visiting the Altstadt will give you a sense of what Frankfurt looked like before it became the financial capital of the European Union. Frankfurt has many world-class museums. More than 10 of these are located in Museumsufer (museum bank), along the south side of the Main in the Sachsenhausen district.


Culture. Art. History.

Cologne, Germany

Discover this liberal and welcoming city, an art and culture hub in Germany’s Rhineland. Located on the banks of the Rhine, Cologne is the fourth largest city in Germany. Due to its long, fascinating history. In addition to modern office buildings, you’ll find a towering cathedral, a medieval

marketplace and majestic old buildings. The city is world-famous for the Eau de Cologne, first produced here in 1709. In addition, the city is also known as one of the most liberal cities in Germany. One of the visitors’ favourite spots is the picturesque Altstadt, almost destroyed during the Second World War. Cologne was one of Germany’s most heavily bombed cities but has been rebuilt in detail. The historic centre with the Alter Markt (Old Market) has been restored in pre-war style, and the remaining old buildings, such as the famous Cologne Cathedral, have been carefully restored.

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This central European gem has more to offer than bratwurst and beer. Germany offers world cities, picturesque vineyards, a charming coastline and an intriguing history, among other things. Germany is an attractive European country where history and modern entertainment go hand in hand. Central Europe‘s largest country is looking to the future without forgetting the past. Rich traditions survive in spectacular mountain ranges and where the excellent beer flows like water.

Picturesque rivers meander through ancient sites and trading towns. Taste delicious wines on the banks of the Rhine, discover the cultural appeal of Berlin, explore the snow-capped peaks of the Bavarian Alps and enjoy the beautiful view of the Baltic coast. Germany has everything you need for an unforgettable holiday. Think about beautiful cities for the perfect city trip, popular destinations for sunny vacations and winter sports. Germany has everything you need.

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