Germany blends history with a modern mindset. Whether you're exploring one of its cosmopolitan cities or a picturesque rural landscape, you will be in awe. Read more...

Home to a vast terrain of romantic rivers, mystical forests and buzzing cities, Germany is fascinating and breathtaking destination. With respect paid to both old and new, the country is an enticing combination of Baroque castles and modern architecture, and has history and art lining its bustling city streets.

In the north, history enthusiasts can delve deep into Germany’s turbulent and varied past at historical sites and museums, while art aficionados can indulge in modern art galleries and discover more about classical musicians like Wagner and Bach.

Head to Berlin and see how the city (and country) has changed since the fall of the Berlin Wall. Germany’s cosmopolitan capital is blessed with a flourishing arts scene, as well as some of the best nightlife to be found in Europe.

Venture to the country’s southern reaches to make the most of nature. Here crystal-clear lakes, alpine meadows and the Black Forest reign. Magic takes on a different meaning in the incredible castles of King Ludwig II of Bavaria. Explore gracious churches and the centuries-old city wall in Nuremberg’s Old Town, or spend a day roaming Munich, the home of Oktoberfest, and take a cultural tour of its art museums, theatres and palaces. Visit timber-framed houses, stroll through villages seemingly unchanged for hundreds of years and indulge in delicious food, delectable wines and traditionally brewed beer. Germany is sure to leave you contented in every way.


  • Experience the ethereal beauty of Neuschwanstein Castle, atop a hill in southwest Bavaria.
  • Eat German delicacies like bratwurst, spätzel (handmade noodles) and roast port with sauerkraut.
  • Visit vineyards and villages surrounded by lush hills in the Rhine River Valley.
  • Drive along the renowned Romantic Road passing monasteries, scenic towns and picture-perfect scenery.
  • Marvel at the small remaining section of the Berlin Wall and learn about the country’s divided past.
  • After a long day of sightseeing, stop for a drink at Weinerei – a wine bar in Rosenthaler Platz where you pay €2 for a glass, and at the end you pay what you think it was worth.