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Imagine a pastoral European countryside of rolling hills and medieval castles, seemingly endless stretches of evergreen trees and blue sky. This fairytale backdrop is known as Bavaria, and it is ...
Hohenzollern Castle in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, is one of the country’s most visited castles. Located about 50 kilometers south of Stuttgart, Germany, it is the ancestral seat of the ...
Written by Katie H, January 2013
Lake Titisee in the southern Black Forest of Germany is both a lake and a town. Formed 10,000 years ago, carved from glaciers in the last ice age, the lake spans 2km long and 1km wide and, along with ...
Written by JC, Germany, June 2012
While much of Europe’s mid-year action concentrates on the continent’s Mediterranean edge, that’s no reason to leave Germany out of your summer holiday plans. In fact, it makes sense to go somewhere ...
Written by JC, Germany, February 2012
Frankfurt International Airport is Europe’s third largest, but unlike Paris’s Charles de Gaulle and London’s Heathrow, it’s very close to the center of town, meaning if you have a few hours ...
Tucked away in Germany‘s Black Forest, the village of Baiersbronn is home to some of Germany’s best chefs. Though it’s long been known (especially among Germans and Swiss visitors) as a great place ...
Written by JC, Germany, August 2011
What color do you associate with Berlin? Most people – even longtime residents – would probably answer gray. It’s not just the heavy clouds which blanket the city for much of the year; sometimes ...
Written by JC, Germany, September 2012
Mauerpark (“Wall Park”) runs along a stretch of the old Berlin Wall ,
a section of which still stands, and much of its terrain was recovered
from no-man’s-land. As well as providing a welcome ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, October 2012
Designed as far back as the 1780s, Munich’s Englischer Garten, or English Garden, occupies approximately 1.5 square-miles of the city’s ground. Stretching from the city center to its northeastern ...
Whether you’ve blown your travel budget on a Rhine River cruise or you’re simply trying to stretch out your euros, there are plenty of free things to do in Cologne. Here are a few ideas. Editor’s ...
Written by JC, Germany, December 2011
Along with its natural attractions, Grunewald is home to two very different art collections which bridge the centuries. The Brücke-Museum , housed in a late Modernist
building at the edge of ...
Written by JC, Germany, November 2011
If you want a great view of the Schloss, a vigorous yet achievable hike around the nearby mountain of Tegelberg is in order. This mountain surges up from an alpine field with no foothills as a ...
Written by Hudson, USA, July 2012
Green green green, oh my! Munich’s city park, the 18th-century Englischer Garten is one of the largest parks in not only Germany, but in all of Western Europe. No small praise, but it’s this idea of ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, February 2013
With its snow-blanketed landscapes, mountaintop castles and lush meadows, Bavaria has long inspired fairytales and if you’re looking for romantic destinations, Munich has plenty more strings to its ...
Germany’s biggest Baroque palace and one of Munich’s most impressive tourist attractions, the Schloss Nymphenburg, or Nymphenburg Palace, is reachable by tram from the city center and makes a ...
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Doing what: Berchtesgaden and Eagle's Nest Day Tour from Munich