Travelling to Germany whether for business or pleasure should be an enjoyable time. Germany is one of the most interesting countries in the Western Europe, and there are a myriad of reasons for this. It goes without saying that travelling in German cities allows tourists to be glad about not only its technological advancements, but also its natural sceneries as well as its rich culture and history. You possibly think of beer, lederhosen and Castle. Maybe pretzels and sausages too. But there’s so much more to travel around Germany.
From the international ‘center of the world’ vibe of Berlin — a city that can be anything you want it to be — to the beer halls of Bavaria, Germany has unbelievable things for every type of traveller: cultural and foodie travellers will love the museums, wine regions, and with knowledge built tourism routes; outside enthusiast will find plenty of hiking, lakes and nature to travel around; and history buff will find Germany’s antique castles and current stories equally convincing.
Top places to visit are Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Cologne, Frankfurt, Heidelberg and Dresden. Each city in Germany has its own unique style, influenced by its European history and the surrounding region.
It is the most historical destination Europe has to offer from the high mountains in the South, which are in Bavaria, and the beautiful green landscape that goes from central Germany to the coast of the Baltic Sea, your travel will not be dissatisfaction. Most of Germany looks like a state packed with small villages, old towns, and railways that will remind you of the historical importance Germany had in Europe’s history.
Many of the cities have very extraordinary surprise for those travellers who enjoy trying different food and drink. Top quality German food can be found in each region which has its own unique style. Most range from light salads to whole steak meals. German’s foods are also accompanied by world famous beers and wines that are homemade in the state. All these famous cuisines and drinks will ensure your travels to Germany end in a culinary experience of a lifetime.
Food, accent and language, traditional dress, and more vary from one part of the country to another. That’s why it’s important to travel around different parts of the country on your tour. Every time you come, you will love it. It is a country where tourists can feel safer roaming around the streets.
In modern times, Germany is an industrial powerhouse. Many of the world’s most well-known car makers, VW, and BMW are made in this country and Frankfurt is the biggest-business district housing all of It’s major banks.
The transportation in German countries is excellent. Not only does the country delight any foreigner with its monumental buildings, beautiful sandy fine beaches, and centuries of interesting history, dramatic rivers and spectacular countryside, but they sure know how to party too. German Cities and towns are full of traditions and festival, that happen all year around. A great place for cultural fairs and festivals, and travellers will often find themselves in the midst of an exciting event in either own of the major cities or a smaller town. One of the biggest and most celebrated festivals is Oktoberfest, which attracts millions of visitors each year. It takes place in Munich each September.
It offers all travellers a unique experience. In any of German cities a relaxing holiday can be enjoyed at any time of the year. The hospitality of the German people adds to the tourism importance of Germany.
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