So diverse, so unique

With the most beautiful fairy-tale castles, the stunning Rhine river, the mythical Black Forest and its historic cities, Germany never fails to enchant. Germany’s capital Berlin attracts with various museums and monuments and is home to the largest open-air gallery in the world – the East Side Gallery. Leading from the town of Würzburg to Füssen in the Allgäu, the Romantic Road greatly rewards its visitors with treasures such as magnificent stately homes and romantic medieval timber-framed houses.
Munich, the pride of Bavaria, is home to the Oktoberfest, the world’s largest and most famous folk festival. When in Munich it is therefore inevitable to visit one of the numerous beer halls or gardens. And the German cuisine is just as diverse as the regions in which it is made. From old-fashioned taverns serving the real German Pretzel or a delicious “Sauerbraten” (marinated roast), to star-rated restaurants focusing on international cuisine. Located in the far north of Germany, the regions around “Ost- and Nordsee” attract with wonderful beaches and the charming Hanseatic cities of Lübeck and Rostock.
Germany – so diverse, so unique. 



As one of the most visited cities in Europe, Berlin is very popular with tourists from around the world, both for its historic landmarks, as well as for its versatile artistic and cultural life.
This city has more museums than rainy days. Berlin offers a variety of cabarets, festivals and cultural events, which have the rear houses and farms around the Hackescher Markt as a scene. The city is pure history and yet the past and present are as close as never. Berlin enjoys the reputation of a political and cultural centre and very intensely reflects German history - the Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie are such impressive reminders. Wonderful views over the whole metropolis can be enjoyed from both the TV tower as well as from the observation deck of the Victory Column. The longest open-air gallery in the world, the East Side Gallery, as well as Europe's largest department store and Germany's tallest building can be found in Berlin. Enjoy the evening with a leisurely glass of wine, dive through the sea in an elevator, snuggle on the shoulders of a Hollywood star or plunge into a unique nightlife - a metropolis that is worth a visit at any time.

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    Berlin Tegel Airport, Berlin Schönefeld Airport

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