Germany has many of Europe’s most popular tourist attractions, like the Castle of Neuschwanstein in Bavaria. There is much variety here, from the vibrant ultra-modern cities of Berlin to the peaceful meadows of the Elbe Valley to the picturesque castle-dotted Romantic Road.
You know what that means… Don’t go on your Germany vacation without your camera! ;-)
If you seek adventure and adrenaline rush, then don’t think you’ll be left behind. Try one of the dozens of theme parks, like Europa-Park, where you can feel the need for speed on some of Europe’s fastest, most intense coaster rides.
With so much to offer for an unforgettable vacation in Germany, you’ll want to see and experience a little bit of everything. But how do you get from Munich to Berlin to Frankfurt with ease? Of course, by taking advantage of Germany’s first-class transportation system. From high-speed trains to city buses and metros, you won’t have any problem going from point A to point B here. You may even enjoy the ride as much as the destination!
Your next concern will be, once I arrive at my destination, where can I stay for the night? Once again, Germany offers an abundance of accommodation options. Those with a few more euros to spend can look into one of the popular resorts. There are ski resorts to enjoy in the winter months, and spa resorts to relax in all year-round. You’ll feel pampered and rejuvenated after a resort stay.
And then there’s the holiday home option, where you can experience living like a local in a rented apartment or house, usually with a lower price than in hotels.
But if your euros won’t stretch that far, no worries! There are also a myriad of budget accommodations available. Younger crowds have traditionally sought out cheap youth hostels and stayed in a room filled with bunk beds. But many hostels now offer private rooms, as well as shared rooms at a fair price — and this at prime locations!
And at the very bottom of the budget scale — and for the adventure traveler — let’s not forget about Germany’s campgrounds! You can save loads of euros by camping out, and enjoy the great German outdoors at the same time.