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The beautiful and varied landscape of Germany offers forests and lakes, medieval villages, fairytale castles and skiing in the Alps as well as spectacular architecture, cosmopolitan cities and much more! It is famed for its Oktoberfest beer festival (and beer in general!), atmospheric Christmas Markets and national culinary delights.
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Hotels in Germany
As Germany’s largest city there are plenty of hotels in Berlin for you to choose from when visiting this cosmopolitan city with a turbulent past. Located in north eastern Germany, the capital city of Berlin boasts a rich cultural heritage. Many of our Berlin hotels are near the city’s multiple galleries and museums. You will also find more than 50 theatres and around 300 cinemas, making it a great location for entertainment, to find out more visit our Berlin travel guide.
Cologne is Germany’s fourth largest city and is set against the spectacular backdrop of the world famous Dom Cathedral. Cologne offers over 30 museums, a vibrant art scene and leisurely cruises along the river ‘Rhine’, whilst Bonn’s ‘Rheinsteig’ hiking path boasts of enchanting castles and breathtaking scenery.
Stroll along the most beautiful part of the Rhine River, enjoy a refreshing drink in one of the elegant outdoor cafés or discover the delights of the modern and contemporary art that Dusseldorf has to offer. Small shopping boutiques, the Goethe Museum and the annual carnival are a must see.
Frankfurt has an amazing skyline, reflected in the Main River. Close to the skyscrapers are cosy pubs and historical sights. Frankfurt hosts several festivals, fairs, and carnivals throughout the year - the most famous is the Rheingau-Music-Festival.
Enjoying a magnificent location on the Elbe and Elster Rivers, Hamburg is Germany’s second largest city. The imposing Town Hall dominates the city centre and the large lake in the heart of the green Hanseatic city is a paradise for all in summer.
Hanover offers large green areas, forest and parks. Host to several of the largest exhibitions in the world, Hanover is often referred to as EXPO City. In the summer enjoy beer gardens and street cafés or cosy pubs in winter.
Surrounded by picturesque scenery, Heidelberg is situated on the river Neckar and is home to one of Europe’s oldest Universities. Heidelberg castle dominates the old town, with its’ long narrow streets. Must sees include the Castle garden, Karl-Theodor Bridge and the late Gothic style Church of the Holy Spirit.
Munich offers the sophistication of a big city but is compact and easy to get around. Home to the Oktoberfest beer festival it offers an array of museums and a lively arts scene. The Englischer Garten park is a green paradise within the city and the Alps are a short drive away.
Situated close to the Black Forest, Stuttgart offers an authentic German experience with mineral spas, wine growing centres and post war architecture. Must sees include a visit to the prestigious Stuttgart Opera, the spectacular State Galleries and for winter visitors the Christmas Market which it is claimed is the largest and possibly the oldest in Europe.
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