From


To


Departing


 



Things to do in Germany

Travel to Germany

Germany offers a wide spectrum of fun things to do and see, and is also effortlessly educational. It has beauty and the Black Forest, history, attractive cities and more than its fair share of excellent excursions and castles. And let us not fail to mention Oktoberfest- many a traveler’s dream holiday. When you travel to Germany you’ll have the opportunity to discover Berlin (and its imposed divided past which now fuels its modern strength and unity), Frankfurt and Cologne. See Hamburg and get a taste of the place that endowed the Beatles with their 10,000 hours of practice. Travel to Germany and travel to someplace that is fun to be and fun to think about.

Berlin

Berlin is not only known for its history, its wall, and all the historical sites you’ll find here, it is also an amazing city to be in if you love culture, shopping and nightlife – the hipster heaven of Europe offers it all and you’ll always find things to do in Berlin when visiting. Read more about Berlin…

Cologne

As one of the largest cities in Germany, Cologne houses plenty of holiday destinations for all types of tourists. Cologne is known for its museums, galleries, and whether you’re searching for cultural, historical, or natural attractions, there are always plenty of things to do in Cologne and the dynamic city will not fail you. People in Cologne are very liberal and accommodating. Read more about Cologne…

Dresden

Surrounded by mountains and rivers, Dresden makes a wonderfully relaxing destination for any holiday. Dresden has a unique historical story and hosts some of Germany’s oldest universities. Dresden has many museums, palaces, art galleries, and other enriching attractions like the Dresden Zoo and The Green Vault. In the city you can also enjoy events like Dresden Marathon and opera shows. Read more about Dresden…

Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf (Düsseldorf) is a bubbling metropolitan area along the river Rhine in Germany. It’s a kaleidoscope of fashion, festivals, historic sites, shopping, fairs, and restaurants. For an exciting and energy-packed holiday, Dusseldorf is a wonderful location for singles, married couples, or children to go on holiday. Read more about Dusseldorf…

Frankfurt

Frankfurt is a financial and metropolitan center in Germany and is listed as a global city because of its leading financial institutions. Frankfurt combines history and modernity with 19th century streets containing classical old buildings and contemporary skyscrapers and a terrific skyline. Read more about Frankfurt…

Hamburg

Germany’s second biggest city is ideal to visit if you like history and culture. There are over sixty museums to choose from, or you could take a trip to the theatre to see a show, ballet or opera. Read more about Hamburg…

Leipzig

Leipzig is a major cultural center in the state of Saxony, Germany. It is often ranked high on the list of most livable and most visited cities in the world. Amidst the modern and metropolitan city are traces of its history and heritage that make Leipzig a very interesting place to spend a holiday in. Read more about Leipzig…

Munich

Munich is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria. It is located on the River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Munich is the third largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg. This wonderful city is one of the hidden treasures of not only the country but also of Europe. Read more about Munich…

Stuttgart

Stuttgart is a friendly city with all kinds of tourist attractions like museums and parks, plus a great nightlife. It’s a great getaway location for anyone who wants a holiday with the perfect balance of food, fun, and beautiful scenery. Read more about Stuttgart…