From half-timbered medieval towns to cosmopolitan cities, Germany offers a thoroughly engaging mix of tradition and modernity. You can explore Bavaria’s magnificent baroque palaces one day, and immerse yourself in Hamburg’s cool, redeveloped HafenCity the next. In hip Berlin, historic sites such as the Brandenburg Gate, contemporary art galleries and Munich’s Oktoberfest celebration should put this country high on your must-see list. Don’t rush the country. Take your time. There’s a lot to see – and it’s all worth seeing.
Germany is incomplete without a look at its historic and reunited capital. A city of leafy boulevards, grand Neoclassical buildings, world-class art, and glitzy shopping arcades, it’s vibrant with youth, energy, and an anything-goes-and-anything’s-possible buzz. Berlin is also endlessly vibrant: there’s always something new, challenging and quirky going on and every year it seems to be a little more cosmopolitan, international and mesmerizing. Berlin, the party paradise, is the city that truly never sleeps.
Munich, often called Germany’s most livable city. Its imperial palaces, jewels, and grand boulevards constantly remind visitors that Munich has long been a political and cultural powerhouse. The city is host to a beautiful historic city centre, large parks and gardens, hearty German food, and beer halls filled with friendly people. There is also Munich’s famous clock, art collection, the palace, and the famous English Garden.