"Strandbar Mitte", Berlin
Germany offers hip big city life especially in the
loads of history, varied nature, and of course Oktoberfest in Munich.
All at surprisingly low prices.
Germany is a large country with many big cities within a relatively
short distance of each other. This makes it easy to visit several
interesting cities on one trip, if you have the time. There are also
always big cities close to nature, if you want to combine a city break
with outdoor leisure.
There is also a large and varied range of hotels, which
lend themselves well to the purpose of your visit to Germany.
Destinations in Germany
The country’s biggest city Berlin
is one of the most visited cities in Europe. The city is
über-hip and one can find the newest trends as well as
discovering the city’s unique history.
It is easily accessible by plane, car, bus and train.
more and more of a popular destination for big city
breaks. With a long sea promenade, varied nightlife, rich history and
good shopping opportunities, it is the obvious place for a real city
experience, where most of the attractions are within walking distance.
the capital of the Bayern region, is an important exponent of
classic German culture - best known for the legendary
Oktoberfest. Here one can also find atmospheric Christmas markets,
excellent museums, and a surprisingly lively nightlife.
In Southern Germany one can find top class wine
areas around the Rhine, Nahe and Mosel rivers, right up to the
French border. If you want to visit the wineries in these areas, where
wine has been produced for thousands of years, it would make sense to
am Main. From there it is easy to get to the wine areas, and in the
city itself there is a good deal of history and interesting
areas than its reputation as a financial centre suggests.
In the south, just before you arrive in Switzerland, are some
beautiful, forest-covered mountains in Schwarzwald
('The Black Forrest’), a popular tourist attraction for Germans. Wine is
also made here, but the area is best known for its nature and
the many spas. The capital of this area is Freiburg,
stemming back from the middle-ages, and where we have a wide range of
What is it like in Germany?
Germans are known for their orderly and calm temperaments, and
politeness. However, this definitely does not mean that it is boring to
go out and explore culture and city life, which in many ways has been
a step ahead of the rest.
German food may have a reputation for being dull, but in such a large
country there are many unknown delicacies to be
discovered and one can definitely expect some positive
surprises. And in any case there are many interesting variations of
sausage and cheese.
If you are travelling with children it will not be a problem to find
interesting things to do for those of all ages. Many hotels are
well equipped for families with young children, and we
happily help in finding child-friendly hotels.