Germany is quite in the middle of Europe and a more than beautiful country. Its landscape variety is beautiful from the sea in the north and the mountains in the south. In the big pulsating cities like Munich, Hamburg, or Berlin, you can explore the city life and learn a lot about history and afterward relax in the beautiful nature while on the road.

When should you go?

Germany is a year-round travel destination. During the wintertime, temperatures can be freezing, and you might also experience snow depending on where you’re going. Especially the Christmas markets in all the cities make your visit during the wintertime amazing. During the summer, you can enjoy city life, road trips to all the castles, or go for a hike in the mountains. There is so much to see and do in Germany!

How do you get around?

Getting around is quite easy in Germany. With many International Airports (Munich, Frankfurt, Berlin, Hamburg, Dusseldorf, Cologne), it’s easy to reach via plane. In the big cities, you have metros, trams, and busses and for sure you can travel in-between the cities easily by bus or train. If you would like to see some smaller cities or be independent with your trips inside Germany just rent yourself a car. Streets in Germany are safe, and routing is easy. (By the way, in Germany, you’ll find highways with no speed limits). Most people speak English quite well and getting around is easy no matter what kind of transportation you’ll use.


So, there is this thing where Germany get’s mistaken for being only Bavaria. Bavaria and its famous Tradition (Oktoberfest,..) is a part of Germany, but that does not make every single german bavarian. So NO – you’ll only find that tradition in Bavaria itself (located in the south of Germany)
But since Bavaria and especially Munich is so famous and such a touristy area, here’s a small guide for your stay in Bavaria:

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