Indulge in the smorgasbord of attraction and intricacy that Germany has on offer, from rugged rivers and iconic eats to coastal scenery and festivities - everything oozing with history.
The home of Oktoberfest, the world’s best reason to drink beer, is a 2 week festival held in Munch that’s all about consuming large amounts of beer in traditional steins whilst clothed in dirndls and lederhosen. It’s one experience not to be missed!
Apart from German beer and pretzels, Germany’s cities are known for their unique nightlife scene that operates ‘round the clock.
But all partying aside, this country has a rich history with picturesque mediaeval towns, grand castles in the Rhine Valley, famous street art (you can even add your own to the Berlin Wall), and then there are The German Alps that offer soul-awakening beauty.
Whether you’re after beer gardens or old world charm, a trip to Europe wouldn’t be complete without exploring this diverse country filled with cultural delights and breathtaking spectacles.
Germans are commended for their hardworking and punctual natures, as well as their amazing work ethic and organisational skills.
The reports are true, locals love their beer and they have been confirmed as the second-largest beer consumers in Europe. Literature, music and arts are very popular in society.
Many enjoy travelling to Germany during March - May (spring), as the weather is perfect for outdoor activities. Flowers are usually blooming around this time and the countryside is a very pretty place to visit.
September - November (autumn) calls for thriving foliage and a pleasant climate. Oktoberfest, the world’s most famous beer festival, falls during this period and is a must-do for travellers wanting to get amongst popular festivities.
December - February (winter) indicates enchanting Christmas markets and prime snowshoeing and skiing in the Alps.