Say Guten Tag to Germany!
Although it may not be at the top of your bucket list, Germany is a country that’s easy to fall in love with.
From the cosmopolitan ‘center of the world’ vibe of Berlin — a city that can be anything you want it to be — to the beer halls of Bavaria, Germany has something for every type of traveller: cultural and foodie travellers will love the museums, wine regions, and carefully built tourism routes; outdoor enthusiasts will find plenty of hiking, lakes and nature to explore; and history buffs will find Germany’s ancient castles and recent stories equally compelling.
Every time we go to Germany, we love it, and we’re hoping to spend far more time in the country over the coming years. We hope we can convince you to do the same!
Posts About Germany
- Where to Stay in Berlin — Most travellers will find themselves starting their Germany trip in Berlin, the energetic, uber cool, and cultural capital of Germany. Let us help you find the best areas to stay in Berlin, with an overview of Berlin’s best neighborhoods.
- Where to Stay in Munich — If you find yourself planning a trip to Bavaria’s beautiful capital, be sure to check out this Where to Stay in Munich guide to help you find the best neighborhood!
- In Berlin, and elsewhere around Europe, be sure to keep your eyes open for Stolperstein when you’re walking down the street. These are some of our favorite small monuments to the Holocaust, and we are truly touched every time we see them.
- Check out some Berlin Tips from a Local, written by an expat living in Berlin. We also have a similar post about Frankfurt: City Tips from an American Expat in Frankfurt.
- Get off-the-beaten-path of tourists a bit by heading to Hannover, the former royal city to which England’s Queen Elizabeth II has family ties. Start with our Hannover City Guide to get acquainted with this fascinating small city.
- Germany is a world-leader in coming to terms with the world wars, and has a number of exceptional sights worth visiting. Berlin’s Holocaust Memorial is a must-see. In Hannover, we found the small tributes to be most touching.