Planning a trip to Germany? One thing we always check are the UNESCO world heritage sites, so we have made a list for you to compare them and see which ones you would like to put on your German itinerary.
Germany is a fascinating place to visit. With fairy tale castles, beautiful towns, lots of hiking, swimming, and other outdoor activities, you cannot go wrong choosing it as a holiday destination, and after living there for over 15 years, we can tell you the best places to go!
What is Easter like in Germany? Traditional and fun. Our favorite? The Osterbrunnen or Franconian Easter Fountains.
There are so many day trips from Grafenwoehr and Vilseck to keep you busy! Don’t fret, we have some great suggestions for the whole family.
Germany is full of unusual and cool things to do. No matter what time of year you visit this amazing country, you will find something that makes you want to return again and again.
One of Germany’s hidden gems is the medieval and world heritage city of Regensburg in Bavaria. Check out how to spend one perfect day there.
Traveling to Germany? Don’t miss a fabulous Mosel River Cruise and a day trip to Bernkastel-Kues. Charming villages, great food and wine, castle ruins, and more. Click here to find out how.
Is Nuremberg on your German Itinerary? It should be and here’s why. We’ve created this list of amazing things to do in Nuremberg so you can make sure not to miss its great castle, WWII history, and fantastic restaurants.
Planning a magical weekend in Berlin? Then read this 2 days in Berlin! Our itinerary has amazing insider tips on the best attractions in Berlin.
Saalburg Roman Fort is a perfect day trip from Frankfurt, especially with kids. The fort walls and museum are fun to explore. Find out more.
The Medieval walled city of Rothenburg is charming and magical. The punishment museum, cobblestone streets and boutiques, and especially the magical Rothenburg Christmas Market are things not to miss.