Castle and Palaces
Medieval knights, princesses and fairy tales to fascinating legends, dramas and love stories. The imagination knows no limits with Germany's endless array of picturesque castles and palaces. In all regions of Germany, historic castles, palaces and gardens are perfect for romantic trips, legendary tours and magical moments. From UNESCO World Heritage to hidden gems. We bet you'll be beguiled.
For those who enjoy an active vacation, look no further than the Bavarian Alps. Discover the fascinating landscapes to be found with an exhilarating hiking tour, following the most spectacular and interesting trails. Forests, meadows, wild rivers and mountains define the Nature Parks of the Alps. Even highly endangered bird species and rare orchids can still be found amongst the breath-taking panoramic scenes.
The Germans' favourite alcoholic beverage? That can only be beer. Around 5,000 different types of beer, produced in around 1,300 German breweries, provide plenty of variety. Oktoberfest, the 16-day event starting in September and ending on the first Sunday in October, is the largest and one of the oldest festivals in the world, uniting more than 6 million tourists each year in the city of Munich, Germany.
Top Places to Visit
With its maritime charm, Hamburg is for sure one of the most beautiful cities in Germany and calls itself, as a port city, rightly "Gateway to the World”.
Frankfurt am Main
Definitely a city of contrasts, where tradition and the modern are nestled side by side in colourful harmony. Little wonder that Frankfurt is called “Mainhattan” with its skyscrapers of all shapes and sizes.
The 20th century began and ended in Berlin. The German capital knows how to look backward and forward at once, how to remember and how to renew. Shaking off its heavy past, today Berlin is fast-changing, lively, and fun.
A city that is truly addictive. Anyone who has ever lived in the cathedral city never wants to leave again. It is the unique feeling, the result of a cheerful way of life and Mediterranean flair that captivates everyone.
The city is is the capital city of the "Free State of Saxony", situated in a valley on the River Elbe. Before and since the German reunification Dresden was and is a cultural and economic centre of Germany.
place that is known worldwide as the small wine town with the big name. Medieval grandeur in close proximity with half-timbered romanticism attract wine lovers from all over the world every year. The famous Drosselgasse has an international reputation.