Resorts in Germany most often make a person think of a luxurious spa resort deep in the mountains. But choices vary widely, and of course your choice will depend on the time of year you decide to come.
A favorite among German resorts is the spa. Here you’ll find a type of health resort claimed to give curative powers with natural springs and mineral waters. Folks come to bathe in these spas from all over the world.
Sometimes a doctor will actually advise their patient to visit a spa to help with maladies such as kidney problems, arthritis and liver malfunctions. Many just go to improve their health with the relaxing and heated water — accompanied by a German sauna.
Warm baths soak away the stress of normal workaday life.
Some resorts in Germany also offer mud packs, massage, underwater therapy and body wraps. There are many services such as these throughout Germany, and you just have to study the various resorts to determine your favorite and your needs.
Popular German Resorts
Baden-Baden is one such destination for hot-spring pleasure. Romans visited here early on and in the 18th and 19th centuries Europe’s royalty came to congregate in this spa town. There are many resorts to pick from.
In the Rhine Valley region you will find two German resorts that will tickle your fancy. For a family getaway, choose Castle Hotel Burg Gutenfels. It has wonderful food and great wine, too. For some quaint rooms and breakfast beside the river, try the Castle Hotel.
Go to Jena and stay at the Steigenberger Esplanade for a modern touch. Close by there is plenty of shopping, and the resort can arrange sight-seeing facilities for you. This is a wonderful home base for a vacation.
Ski Resorts In Germany
Possibly of all resorts in Germany, ski resorts are the most popular. Wintertime is an excellent time to tour these resorts and spend time skiing and snowboarding.
Garmisch-Partenkirchen has thirty-eight sky lifts, making for short lines. Whether you are a beginner or a novice skier, this resort is perfect. Two terrain parks also make for an exciting experience.
For the tourist, Grainau Ski Resort is a good pick. You’ll find snow parks as well as terrain parks aplenty. You can also take part in a number of ski programs designed on your level of skill.
Mittenwald (east of Garmisch) is another must-see German resort. With 22 km of downhill skiing, you will find the thrill of the ride is all you hoped it would be. The scenery is awesome, too.
If you are a beginner, the Rupolding Ski Resort is one of the first-class resorts in Germany. But other levels of expertise are welcome too. A ski vacation here offers an exceptional recreation.
Bergen Ski Resort is one of the favorite of all resorts in Germany. Not for beginners, but catering to expert and intermediate skiers, this resort is especially for those who love sky adventure sports.
Germany has such incredible scenery that it’s an adventure in touring, just driving to the resort of your choice. The resort owners are dedicated to giving you perfect service to make your trip spectacular.
Resorts in Germany are fast becoming the best way to spend a vacation, whether relaxing in a steaming bath, or braving the cold and ice for some mountain adventures. The views, the friendly people and the ambiance is worth the trip.