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Germany

Germany, a place with rich historical past, years of glory, cultural confluences, and of course Oktoberfest, holds a special place in Globetrotters’ heart. Travelers usually feel enchanted after their Germany Tour. From the tragic past of Dresden to the nightlife of Berlin, the towering buildings, football, and their art, Germany has everything for every type of travelers and adventurers.

Must Do Adventure

  • The present era is the outcome of the history that should never be forgotten, and with this approach, the famous Holocaust Memorial in Berlin or Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe was created where one can find 2711 concrete slabs of different heights. The abstract design and openness of this memorial go against all memorial building architectural norms, and that makes it different.

    Revisit and pay homage to the history in Holocaust Memorial, Berlin
  • When it comes to off-beat structures and tourist destinations, Berlin can be a nominee for an award. The Museum Island comprises five different museums on Spree River and Pergamon Museum is also part of these five. The other four are the Altes Museum, Neues Museum, Bode Museum, and Alte Nationalgalerie. UNESCO has declared Museum Island as one of its World Heritage Site.

    Spree River’s Museum Island
  • There’s good news for folk festivals, good beer, and funfair lovers. Want to witness World’s largest volksfest? Then planning Germany Tour is a good idea. The 16 to 18 days long fair held once a year in Munich and travelers gravitate towards it. The whole of Germany waits for Oktoberfest throughout the year. Started in the year 1810, this fest is a vital part of Bavarian culture.

    World’s largest Volksfest-Oktoberfest

Bucket List Experience

Berlin

Berlin should be the top of the Germany Tour bucket list not because it is the capital city, but because it is worth visiting. Starting from the remains of the famous Berlin Wall to the Holocaust memorial or the symbolic Brandenburg Gate, Berlin’s attractions makes every traveler come back repeatedly. Berlin is a true amalgamation of history, art, and modern architectural wonders. 

Munich

Munich is the heart of Bavaria and another important city to visit during the Germany Tour. Travelers love to observe the animated clock play at the Marienplatz, Munich. There is a lot to see in Munich, such as the Munich Residenz, Frauenkirche, Asam Church, English Garden, and Nymphenburg Palace, etc. 

Cologne

This 2000 years old city is also a cultural hub of Germany. Situated beside Rhine River, Cologne is a place for art and history enthusiasts. Apart from the cozy pubs, Cologne has a long list of places to visit. The main attractions of Cologne are Ludwig Museum, Romano-Germanic Museum, Wallraf-Richartz Museum, etc.

Frankfurt

Germany Tour can be full of variety. From a cultural hub to history, from abstract architecture to great fairs, Germany has an option for everyone. And the trade and business fans will be happier to visit Frankfurt. The international banking empire to the notable stock exchange, Frankfurt is elite and busy all the time without losing its historical glory. 

Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle is a 19th-century Romanesque Revival palace on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Füssen in southwest Bavaria, Germany. Neuschwanstein Castle is one of the most visited castles in Germany and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. It was built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria, also known as the “Fairytale King”.

Dresden

Want to see Raphael’s masterpiece ‘Sistine Madonna?’ Then Dresden must be there in the Germany Tour plan. The Old Masters Picture Gallery of Zwinger palace house museums, Dresden can boast for exhibiting Raphael’s timeless creation. The painful history of Dresden and the scorched city after WWII bombing could not steal its innate charm, which is still there. That inferno devastated Dresden, but could not break its spirit. The Semper Opera House, the Procession of Prince Mural, Brühl’s terrace overlooking Elba River is worth visiting.

When to Visit

Peak Season

The best time to make the Germany tour plan is between May and September. It is the summertime with sunny days and daylight till 21:00. 

Travel Guide

Location

Germany is in Western and Central Europe. The country lies between the Alps, the North Sea, and the Baltic.

Capital City

Berlin is Germany's Capital.

Main Airport

The most prominent airport in Germany is Frankfurt Airport. But there are a lot of other airports in Germany.

Language Spoken

The official language of Germany is German.

Currency

Germany's currency is the Euro.

Visas

Tourists can apply for the special Schengen Visa that will allow them to travel Schengen Agreement countries along with Germany.

Electricity

The standard voltage in Germany is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. Normal gadgets will run smoothly.

Vaccinations

The PHAC and WHO suggested the following vaccinations for Germany: hepatitis B, hepatitis A, polio, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), rabies, meningitis, Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis), shingles, pneumonia, chickenpox, and influenza.

Emergency Calls

112 is the emergency number to be used during the Germany Tour.

FAQs about Germany

What is internet access like in Germany?

Wireless broadband is available in Germany. And almost everywhere the internet connection is available.

How are the toilets like in Germany?

The standard toilets are there in Germany. Most of the parts are full of all the urban toilet facilities.

Can I use my mobile while in Germany?

T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon’s phones have the essential bands to bed use in Germany.

Can I drink the water in Germany?

Yes, the city water is drinkable. And bottled water is also available. 

Are credit cards accepted widely in Germany?

Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Diner cards are widely accepted in Germany. 

What is the convenience of ATM access in Germany?

Most of the German banks do not charge anything for accessing ATM. But privately owned may charge. 

What to wear in Germany?

Carry the summertime wardrobes during Germany Tour. Comfortable shoes, light dresses, hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen should be in the packing list. Germany is also known for its nightlife, so carrying one or two-party wear can be a good idea. 

Is Germany safe for women to travel solo?

Germany is an educational and cultural hub, and solo woman travelers are safe here. 

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