From the fairytale castles of the Rhine and the dramatic scenery of the Harz Mountains to the poignant wartime legacies of beautifully restored cities, Germany is a country of fascinating diversity which everybody should experience. From the hanseatic north to the timeless, rural Black Forest, the revitalised cities of the east to the alpine splendour of Bavaria - there is so much to see! Relax on the waterways, enjoy a scenic ramble or immerse yourself in history. Our carefully chosen selection of themed holidays, river cruises and classic holidays ensure that there is something for everyone.
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Berlin is not only Germany's capital but also its biggest city with our 3 million people living at the Spree. Ever-expanding and at the pulse of time. From diversified nightlife to worth-seeing museums. From lovely parks to historic sites. The juvenile metropolis has got it all.
In the midst of beautiful hills and vineyards, down in the valley lies Stuttgart. The automobile's cradle is among the top-ranked liveability cities in the world. Stuttgart combines classical beauty with modern and futuristic ideas and thinking. With its vast variety it can fit all your needs.
Germany's fifth-largest city is a city of contrasts combining the past, the present and the future. It's countless museums along the Main embankment display the cultural heritage of Germany. Right across the river, "Mainhattan"'s skyline is home to international banking and commerce. For relaxation, go to one of the surrounding parks in Germany;s greenest city.
The Cosmopolitain city with a heart! Munich is located in the south of Germany just a few hours away from the Alps or the famous Neuschwanstein Castle. The city is not only home to the BMW headquarters but also home to innumerous museums and galleries and huge parks. If you want to experience German cosiness and metropolitan flair, Munich is the place to be.
Near the Czech border lies the Capital of Saxony, Dresden. After being completely destroyed during the War, it now shines in a new splendour, emerging as one of Germany's cultural, political and economical centres. The beautiful Elb valley offers a marvellous landscape.
The maritime and cosmopolitan flair of the Hanseatic City of Hamburg will definitely cast a spell on you. It is a major location of industry and media and offers a multitude of attractions for your perfect holiday, from it's world renowned harbour to a multifaceted nightlife.
The Rhine Metropolis with its beautiful old city offers scenic views across the river. Cologne is home to a number of media companies and an important landmark for trade and commerce. Its appearance is characterized by the architectural masterpieces of German history. From modern to classical art Cologne provides for every taste. Furthermore it is famous for its spectacular fifth season: Cologne Carnival, a huge street festival with costumes, music and delicacies, a not-to-miss cultural event in a must-see city.