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Western Europe

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Austria

Belgium

Czechia

Denmark

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Germany at a glance

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German

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Moderate (4 of 5)

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Trendy (4 of 5)

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Very safe (85 / 100)

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Very modern (94 / 100)

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Best itineraries

This itinerary brings you through Germany (Western Europe) and it is a roundtrip from Brussels. Most popular part is Berlin.
The itinerary visits mainly very big cities. At Cologne,
Hamburg and Berlin (visit Berlin itineraries) you can enjoy nightlife. There are one flight connection. These are Berlin (see itineraries) - Brussels. During your travel you have to speak German but english should be enough for communication everywhere.
This itinerary brings you through Germany (Western Europe) and it is a roundtrip from Haarlem. Most popular part is Berlin.
The itinerary visits mainly very big cities. You find the nightlife at
Hamburg, Berlin (plan Berlin itineraries) and Cologne. During your travel you have to speak German. English should be enough for communication everywhere. You can pay with Euros everywhere. There are one flight connection. These are Berlin (more about Berlin itineraries) - Cologne.
This itinerary shows you a bit of Germany and it is a roundtrip from Moscow (Moscow itineraries). Most popular part is Berlin (plan Berlin itineraries).
The itinerary visits mainly very big cities. If you love to make party you will be happy at
Berlin (Berlin itineraries), Hamburg and Cologne. As a Russia citizen you must get the valid visa before for Germany. There are two flight connections. These are Moscow (Moscow itineraries) - Berlin (plan Berlin itineraries) and Cologne - Moscow (Moscow itineraries). You can pay with Euros everywhere. During your travel you have to speak German but english should be enough for communication everywhere.
At Western Europe, more precisely Germany, you will begin your route. Most popular part is Berlin.
If you love to visit museums you will be happy at
Munich (more about Munich), Hamburg, Berlin and Dresden. You find the nightlife at Hamburg and Berlin. Many cities are snowy in December. These flight connection are taken during this route: Munich (more about Munich) - Hamburg. During your travel you have to speak German. English should be enough for communication everywhere. You can pay with Euros everywhere.
This itinerary proceeds through Germany, Western Europe. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
Do you like museums? Then you will enjoy Stuttgart,
Munich (visit Munich itineraries) and Nuremberg. At Stuttgart and Nuremberg you can enjoy nightlife. The climate is snowy. During your travel you have to speak German but english should be enough for communication everywhere.
This itinerary shows you the main interesting destinations of Germany in Western Europe. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
The itinerary visits mainly very big cities. Do you like museums? Then you will enjoy Stuttgart, Cologne,
Hamburg (see itineraries) and Munich. Do you like nightlife? Then you will enjoy Stuttgart, Cologne and Hamburg. These flight connection are taken during this route: Hamburg - Munich. You can pay with Euros everywhere. During your travel you have to speak German but english should be enough for communication everywhere.

Things to do

Berlin (plan Berlin itineraries) is one of Europe’s top cities to visit and is still getting more and more popular every year. One of Berlin (more about Berlin itineraries)’s most popular sites, the East Side Galle (Galle itineraries)ry, is also free! The Berlin Wall is one of the most recognisable and iconic outdoor artworks in the whole world. It’s not in every city that the parliament ...

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The Holocaust Memorial

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So if you wonder what to do in Garmisch Partenkirchen, then check out our list of the best things to do in Garmisch Partenkirchen! too. All ideal places to visit whilst you are on holiday in this stunning area. As well as being memorable sights that you can treasure for a lifetime.

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Germany, well known as Deutschland too, is a country in Western and Central Europe. Germany is the second largest state after Russia in Europe. Germany is a decentralized country having Berlin as its capital, which is its largest metropolis. The main attraction of this National Park is Lake Konigssee as the lake is ...

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What is the best place to visit in Germany? That depends on what you like. Each part of Germany is different, and there are thousands of memorable places to visit. Are you interested in breathtaking natural attractions, fairytale castles, interesting museums or amazing architecture? In addition to well-known sights ...

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4. Visit Berlin and See the Remains of the Berlin Wall

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Eat & drink

Food and water: The tap water in Germany is safe to drink although it’s not something you would order in a restaurant since it is seen as “cheap”. No matter what kind of water you choose, you will pay for it. That said, you could by a couple of bottles of water and ..

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During our three nights in Munich, we were able to eat atexclusively all-vegan restaurants and cafés. In other words, Munich is anamazing city for vegans, and we wereblown awayby the plethora of saliva-inducing options. With 21 all-vegan places, 30 all-vegetarian places and ..

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all-vegan café serving breakfast

Vegan Eating Guide to Munich in Germany: The Best Restaurants & Cafés

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When you think of Europe, you automatically think of its romantic, whimsical castles, perched high on a hill overlooking a picturesque town below. It’s hard to imagine a time when it was normal for royalty to walk these palaces, surrounded in gilded hallways and gold, stuccoed ballrooms.

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This post is brought to you in collaboration with Germany Tourism. Not only was this my first time to a real Christmas Market in Germany but also my first time to Germany! The number one thing you have to eat at the Christmas Markets, especially if you’re in Thuringia are the Thuringian sausages.

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Worth to visit

Alison says: Although we’ve made many trips to Germany we feel we’ve barely scratched the surface of this often stereotyped nation. While you’ll find your fair share of biergartens, sausage, and lederhosen, there’s so much more history, culture, and nature to discover – not to mention cutting-edge design and ..

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UNESCO Sites in Germany

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Germany is one of my favorite countries in all of Europe, but if you have never been, there are a few things you should know before you go. Germany is one of the largest countries in Europe and it depending on what area your are visiting, your experience can be vastly different! The best thing about visiting Germany ...

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What Currency does Germany Use?

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Germany is one of Europe's largest nations. The country is quite centrally located and you'll find many things to do. Germany has a strong appeal to many types of tourists. In addition to the great nightlife in Berlin there is also a lot of culture, nature, history and great food traditions to explore.

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Germany might appear to be homogeneous, but its diverse culture will surprise you. Germany has been heavily involved in two world wars. After the second World War ended, it was left in chaos. Since then, however, the war-torn country has turned into a robust economy. Nowadays, tourists love to visit this ...

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General

Germany is Berlin (more about Berlin itineraries), Munich and Frankfurt among many other interesting cities such as Leipzig. Germany is Oktoberfest, beer and bratwurst, carnivals, Christmas markets, classical music, outdoor festivals and wine country. Germany is history, culture, UNESCO World heritage sites, castles, palaces and ..

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There are few places in the world with such a rich, often tormented history, that has been able to do a 360 and turning most of the country into an amazingly livable and visitable place. To help prove my point, here are 10 reasons why Germany should be your next vacation destination, based on my recent trip to ...

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Have a German vacation planned sometime soon? It’s a beautiful country in Europe, and there are plenty of amazing sights to see. However, before you jet off across the world ready to test your foreign language skills, there are some things you ought to be aware of first. Germany has a strict set of rules that you must ...

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. twice. The first trip was during May, typically considered a fantastic time to visit Germany. The weather was warm but not hot, and tourist attractions were busy but not overwhelmed. For this trip, I’m spending November here, dividing my time between Dresden and ..

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Itinerary

Germany might not be your first choice for a road trip in Europe but I will show you through the Romantic road itinerary that is definitely worth considering the option. There is a reason why it is on the bucket list of so many Japanese! The romantic road is Germany’s most beautiful road trip as it will take you to ...

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With 2 weeks in Germany you’ll have enough time to see and do it all, whether it’s clubbing in Berlin or soaking up the medieval history of Nürnberg. Here’s how to make the most of your Germany itinerary! ...

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2 Weeks in Germany Itinerary

Germany itinerary

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Planning a Germany road trip? We’ve got you covered with our extensive road trip itinerary. Germany is a large country with plenty of adventures to be had and incredible sites to be seen. It’s home to Oktoberfest, fairytale castles , dreamy lakes, lush forests, Roman ruins and so much more.

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. decided to plan a girls getaway to Germany, we all agreed to scratch driving the autobahn of the travel bucket list! And there you have it, the romantic road Germany itinerary was born. Traveling in September made for fantastic weather. We were able to explore the Black Forest and ..

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Driving the romantic road Germany itinerary

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Costs

. that truly has something for everyone. It’s a family friendly destination, with plenty of things to see and do that will keep the whole family engrossed in the culture, history, art and architecture. Credit and debit card are widely accepted, although it is wise to always carry some cash, especially for smaller ...

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Cologne on a Budget

Berlin on a Budget

Budget Travel Tips for Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt, Cologne & Nuremburg

Frankfurt on a Budget

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Stay – Surprisingly, Germany isn’t very expensive compared to what we are used to in Western Europe. In a big city like Frankfurt, Berlin (Berlin itineraries) and Cologne you pay between €15 and €20 for a single bed in a dormitory. A budget double room starts at €40. Do you want a little more luxury? Then you still shouldn’t need to pay ...

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This is a tough one to answer considering my journey through Germany. Some cities are seriously expensive and do not cater to backpackers, local transport is also quite expensive. ...

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Prices for accommodations, fuel, or food in Germany are generally higher than in Eastern Europe or Southern Europe, but it is much cheaper than Switzerland (Switzerland itineraries) or the Scandinavian countries. Within Germany, Bavaria and Hamburg (Hamburg itineraries) are more expensive than Bremen, or even Berlin (see itineraries).

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Accommodation

Within the Motorworld complex is the V8 Hotel – a really cool place that you have to see in person to appreciate. It has about ten rooms that are themed with different parts of a car’s story. ...

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If you’re looking for a place that is more centralized and easily accessible via public transport make Binz your base. Regular buses and trains from Binz to Berlin can easily be found. Take a train from Berlin (more about Berlin) to Binz for about 50 Euros, or a bus for as less as 15 Euros. Flixbus is one of the cheapest bus services ...

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I spent two nights at the H4 Hotel Münster City Center, just a short walk from the train station and right in the center of the city. The beautiful Prinzipalmarkt and the Domplatz are ocated at less than 10 minutes walking from the hotel and an additional benefit was the free bike hire that came with the room.

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Boutique: H4 Hotel Münster

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. or as a returning explorer, staying in hostels is a great idea for many reasons: they are an excellent way to keep costs down, meet new people, and get a ton of great information about the city you are staying in, should you need it. Hostels have transformed over the last decade to the point where many hostels allow ...

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Here Are Some Hostels in Germany That We Recommend!

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