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"21.10.2016 18:32:35" Timeline Photos The university city of Heidelberg is home to one of the most famous castle ruins in Germany. When Martin Luther presented his ideas for church reform here, the castle was towering in its complete splendour above the
"20.10.2016 16:21:10" Ottsworld Travel and Life Experiences Most people river cruise down the Danube, however I'm not like most people. Instead of cruising along the Danube, I drove, kayaked, hiked, and biked along it for a more immersive Danube experience. Check out my Danube Road Trip Series and plan your There are so many possibilities to discover the Danube in Germany. Do as Ottsworld Travel and Life Experiences did and travel along the river in a unique way, with hiking, kayaking and culinary experiences.
"19.10.2016 19:30:01" cntraveler.com Readers' Choice Awards 2016 More than 300,000 travelers took part in our 29th annual Readers' Choice Awards survey—yet another new record—submitting millions of ratings and over 75,000 comments to help us create a list of winning favorites. The breadth of their top-rated experiences We're excited to see Germany so well represented in the Condé Nast Traveler RCA2016 awards! Top cities in the world: VisitKoeln, München.de and Nürnberg erleben. Top Europe Resorts: Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa & Schloss Elmau - Luxury Spa Retreat & Cultural
"18.10.2016 20:13:44" We are happy to announce our Top100 list of 2016, as voted by you, the Germany Travelers! No.1 this year is the Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg. Click here for the full list: Germany's Top100 We are happy to announce our Top100 list of 2016, as voted by you, the Germany Travelers! No.1 this year is the Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg. Click here for the full list:
"14.10.2016 16:18:19" Timeline Photos Romantic charm wherever you look in this 360° panorama of the gardens at Schwerin Castle. What a great picture!
"13.10.2016 15:16:57" Hessen is located in the heart of Germany and offers UNESCO World Heritage Sites, castles and wine along the Rhine and delicious regional food like Green Sauce and Apfelwein. With easy access from Frankfurt Airport you should take advantage of this Hessen Hessen is located in the heart of Germany and offers UNESCO World Heritage Sites, castles and wine along the Rhine and delicious regional food like Green Sauce and Apfelwein. With easy access from Frankfurt Airport you should take advantage of this
"07.10.2016 18:10:42" Joan Jetsetter Here are some great pictures of Stuttgart wine regions from Joan Jetsetter! Beautiful vineyards filled with fresh grapes, endless views and blue skies.
"06.10.2016 20:34:00" German Embassy Washington We had a special VIP guest at yesterday's Day of German Unity Celebration: Martin Luther. Rather, a Martin Luther hologram, produced by the German National Tourist Office in celebration of the 500th anniversary in 2017 of Martin Luther's posting of his 95 We had so much fun at the German Embassy Washington event celebrating Germany's 26th year of unity! We were also excited to showcase our Luther hologram, in celebration of 500 years Reformation 2017!
"06.10.2016 12:00:00" Timeline Photos Did you know that we are on Snapchat too? Discover Germany right now together with Cailin O'Neil on Snapchat over the next few days! Just search for our username "germanytourism" or scan the Snapcode from the image down below.
"05.10.2016 19:19:14" Schleswig-Holstein is Germany's most northern state, known for its many islands in the North and Baltic Seas. Sea ports, harbor cities and beautiful coastline landscapes with sand dunes can be found in the region and make it a unique travel destination in Schleswig-Holstein Schleswig-Holstein is Germany's most northern state, known for its many islands in the North and Baltic Seas. Sea ports, harbor cities and beautiful coastline landscapes with sand dunes can be found in the region and make it a unique travel destination in
"30.09.2016 16:30:51" Germany is home to 13 different winegrowing regions and there's no better time than the fall picking season to see how they produce Riesling, Rivaner, Silvaner, Pinot Noir and an array of other wines. Germany the Wine Country Germany is home to 13 different winegrowing regions and there's no better time than the fall picking season to see how they produce Riesling, Rivaner, Silvaner, Pinot Noir and an array of other wines.
"27.09.2016 18:11:12" Timeline Photos Feel as if you would be standing in the middle of the Princely House of Thurn and Taxis in Regensburg with this awesome 360° view.
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"19.09.2016 20:01:09" Want to discover Germany in a special way? Travel along one of our Scenic Routes! Take the Allgäu Cheese Route through Alpine landscape with great cheese tastings. Or, enjoy quaint towns and castles along the Romantic Scenic Routes Want to discover Germany in a special way? Travel along one of our Scenic Routes! Take the Allgäu Cheese Route through Alpine landscape with great cheese tastings. Or, enjoy quaint towns and castles along the Romantic
"14.09.2016 17:15:05" 10 Magic Cities in Germany – Nuremberg, Hamburg, Leipzig, Cologne, Stuttgart, Düsseldorf, Munich, Dresden, Hannover and Frankfurt! Each of them unique in their own way. 10 amazing places to add to your bucket Magic Cities 10 Magic Cities in Germany – Nuremberg, Hamburg, Leipzig, Cologne, Stuttgart, Düsseldorf, Munich, Dresden, Hannover and Frankfurt! Each of them unique in their own way. 10 amazing places to add to your bucket
"07.09.2016 20:40:06" The Alps region combines spectacular landscapes, medieval towns, fine foods and sights in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Visit famous Neuschwanstein Castle, Bamberg old town, Zugspitze Mountain and beyond with ease from Munich. Excited to go? Absolutely Alps The Alps region combines spectacular landscapes, medieval towns, fine foods and sights in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Visit famous Neuschwanstein Castle, Bamberg old town, Zugspitze Mountain and beyond with ease from Munich. Excited to go?
"01.09.2016 16:41:32" From Käsespätzle to Haxe, Fishbrötchen, Pumpernickel, chocolate, cheese and don't even get us started on Currywurst– Germany's food scene might be under-rated. Here are just some examples of our delicious German Cuisine From Käsespätzle to Haxe, Fishbrötchen, Pumpernickel, chocolate, cheese and don't even get us started on Currywurst– Germany's food scene might be under-rated. Here are just some examples of our delicious
"26.08.2016 18:10:27" Timeline Photos We're loving this inside look at the Knight's Hall at Weikersheim Palace
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"24.08.2016 20:40:05" How gorgeous are these photos? Further proof that our Top 100 sights are well worth visiting! Top 100 Sights How gorgeous are these photos? Further proof that our Top 100 sights are well worth visiting!
"21.08.2016 21:25:04" Augsburg, Freiburg, Osnabrück and Potsdam are just some of the 14 Historical Highlights in Germany cities. Ready to see Germany's oldest city? How about one of Europe's best medieval old-towns? Or, travel to all 14 to eat 14 very different types of Historical Highlights in Germany Augsburg, Freiburg, Osnabrück and Potsdam are just some of the 14 Historical Highlights in Germany cities. Ready to see Germany's oldest city? How about one of Europe's best medieval old-towns? Or, travel to all 14 to eat 14 very different types of
"19.08.2016 21:00:06" Wartburg Castle, located high above the German town of Eisenbach, has an amazing 1,000 years old history. Martin Luther sought refuge here and you can still see his room where he translated the bible into German. Today, the castle is also home to a luxury Wartburg Castle Wartburg Castle, located high above the German town of Eisenbach, has an amazing 1,000 years old history. Martin Luther sought refuge here and you can still see his room where he translated the bible into German. Today, the castle is also home to a luxury
"09.08.2016 21:10:06" There are around 6,250 museums in Germany. Learn about beer brewing in Brauerei Museum in Maisel, see art and artifacts on Berlin's Museum Island or get a close up look at cars at the Porsche and Mercedes-Benz museums in Stuttgart! German museums There are around 6,250 museums in Germany. Learn about beer brewing in Brauerei Museum in Maisel, see art and artifacts on Berlin's Museum Island or get a close up look at cars at the Porsche and Mercedes-Benz museums in Stuttgart!
"06.08.2016 18:30:06" Germany is known for its traditions and customs: holiday ornaments, automobile manufacturing, beer, great food and more. German traditions & customs Germany is known for its traditions and customs: holiday ornaments, automobile manufacturing, beer, great food and more.
"04.08.2016 16:30:04" Germany is now home to 41 UNESCO world heritage sites, combining historical cities, beautiful nature and outstanding architecture. We are happy to announce that Germany's new site is the Le Corbusier houses in Stuttgart! A glimpse at our UNESCO sites Germany is now home to 41 UNESCO world heritage sites, combining historical cities, beautiful nature and outstanding architecture. We are happy to announce that Germany's new site is the Le Corbusier houses in Stuttgart!
"20.07.2016 16:51:44" Haven't set your bucket list yet for a vacation in Germany? Our Top 100 sights will surely inspire you! Top 100 Sights Haven't set your bucket list yet for a vacation in Germany? Our Top 100 sights will surely inspire you!
"18.07.2016 20:31:21" Our cities are filled with gorgeous old buildings, medieval city centers, modern architecture, riverfronts, historical monuments, castles and more. You'll come and leave Germany thinking about which city you'll want to see next. Big Cities Our cities are filled with gorgeous old buildings, medieval city centers, modern architecture, riverfronts, historical monuments, castles and more. You'll come and leave Germany thinking about which city you'll want to see next.
"15.07.2016 20:06:24" If you haven't fallen in love with our castles yet, you surely will now! Castles & Palaces If you haven't fallen in love with our castles yet, you surely will now!
"12.07.2016 18:05:40" Romantic old quarters and medieval towns, these cities will take you back in time… Old Quarters & Medieval Towns Romantic old quarters and medieval towns, these cities will take you back in time…
"09.07.2016 18:30:00" landlopers.com 6 Favorite Moments Along the German Fairy Tale Route My favorite experiences driving along the German Fairy Tale Route. You enjoyed the images so much these past weeks, here's Matt Long's LandLopers 6 favorite moments along Germany's Fairytale Route. From old university towns, the Grimm Museum to a luxury castle hotel, his trip showcases it all. Check it out to build your
"08.07.2016 17:10:24" A culinary guide through Germany, we have something for every palate. Culinary Guide A culinary guide through Germany, we have something for every palate.
"16.06.2016 16:30:03" landlopers.com Next Trip: Driving the Fairy Tale Route in Germany Preview of my trip along the Fairy Tale Route in Germany. Matt of LandLopers will be traveling along the Fairy Tale Road next week. Stay tuned and follow him as he explores our cities, natural landscapes, eats delicious German food and learns all about the Brothers Grimm!
"15.06.2016 21:30:05" www.germany.travel Scenic routes – an easy way to explore Germany The tours combine sightseeing with the pleasures of the open road. You decide how fast and how far to travel – and what takes your interest. Our scenic routes are yours to discover this summer, whether it's the Romantic Road or the Cheese Route we offer you over 150 to choose from, all assured of memorable experiences.
"14.06.2016 18:30:01" www.smithsonianmag.com Visit Seven Storybook Castles in Germany These magnificent structures are straight out of a fairy tale The Smithsonian Magazine chose these 7 fairy tale castles in Germany that will take you back to a time of knights & princesses and let you experience a world beyond your imagination…
"13.06.2016 20:30:07" www.germany.travel Luther 2017 One decade to mark half a millennium. In 2017, exhibitions, festivals and concerts across Germany are celebrating the anniversary of Luther nailing his theses to the door of the Castle Church. Walk in the footsteps of Martin Luther, one of the world's most influential religious reformers, who spent much of his life studying, working and evolving in Germany. His life and 500 years of the Reformation will be celebrated in 2017.
"11.06.2016 18:30:06" www.germany.travel Black Forest gateau. One of Germany's most famous exports. The Black Forest is home to the darkest, sweetest temptation in the whole of Germany. Its key ingredients are Black Forest kirsch, which gives the cake its inimitable flavor, and of course cherries. Black Forest Cake is the perfect dessert for any afternoon…
"10.06.2016 20:05:03" www.instagram.com Instagram photo by Germany Tourism Hamelin is set amid the gently rolling landscape of the Weserbergland hills and is an ideal base for scenic walks, bike rides, boat trips and tours on the water. The little town of Hamelin is best known for the Brother Grimm's fairy tale, the Pied Piper of Hamelin. Stroll through the streets of the city, marvel at the beautifully restored timber-framed houses get to the Pied Piper's tale.
"09.06.2016 16:30:01" www.instagram.com Instagram photo by Germany Tourism Potsdam is best known for the magnificent palaces and parks that date back to its time as the former royal seat of Prussia. Potsdam, the land of castles, places and parks, from the New Palace and Sanssouci to the Peacock Island. If you're visiting Berlin this is a must-detour!
"08.06.2016 21:30:45" www.germany.travel Scenic routes – an easy way to explore Germany at your own pace Germany's scenic routes are ideal for discovering the country by car, motorbike or bicycle. Choose from over 150 diverse routes, each featuring a different aspect of Germany's regions. Whether you've always wanted to see Castles and Palaces, Lake Constance or the Black Forest – there is a perfect scenic route for you to discover in Germany – over 150!
"06.06.2016 20:30:04" www.instagram.com Instagram photo by Germany Tourism Potsdam is best known for the magnificent palaces and parks that date back to its time as the former royal seat of Prussia. Potsdam, the land of castles, places and parks, from the New Palace and Sanssouci to the Peacock Island. If you're visiting Berlin this is a must-detour!
"04.06.2016 18:30:04" www.instagram.com Instagram photo by Germany Tourism Munich: a modern, cosmopolitan city with a big heart and a long heritage, as suave as it is easygoing, buzzing and yet tranquil. Want to explore the Munich lifestyle? Enjoy an afternoon at a beer garden, on one of the exclusive shopping streets or just simply watch the surfers in the English Garden.
"03.06.2016 20:05:05" www.germany.travel Palaces, parks & gardens Get to know Germany's fairytale side: palaces, parks & gardens are perfect for romantic tours, delightful discoveries and magical moments. You can't miss our castles and palaces when you visit Germany this summer, they will surely take your breath away!
"02.06.2016 16:30:07" www.germany.travel Collegiate Church, Castle and Old Town of Quedlinburg Quedlinburg, which enjoys an idyllic location on the Romanesque Route, was an important royal and imperial town in the Middle Ages. Quedlinburg one of our 40 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Germany. On your next visit you shouldn't miss the city's colorful timer-framed houses and the market square with its impressive Renaissance town hall.
"01.06.2016 21:30:03" www.germany.travel Berlin: a world city of distinction. What does Berlin have that other world cities don't? Well, first of all, there's the locals, whose rough yet friendly charm is all part of the Berlin experience. Wander the streets of Berlin, enjoy the local cafés, visit little boutiques and spend an afternoon at the Hackesche Höfe courtyards to experience our capital's distinctive charm and relaxed atmosphere.
"31.05.2016 18:30:09" www.germany.travel Dresden: a synonym for culture. There are many ways to interpret or define culture. But it can be easily summarised with just one word: Dresden. Stroll through the beautiful gardens of Dresden's baroque Zwinger Palace and marvel at the remarkable Wall Pavilion and the Crown Gate decorated with gods from Greek mythology.
"28.05.2016 18:30:03" www.instagram.com Instagram photo by Germany Tourism There is something for everyone in Germany's towns and cities – whether it's the big city buzz, the historic sights or the enchanting medieval houses. Love half-timbered houses, canals and the cobblestone streets? Esslingen is the perfect little town for you and it's just a short drive from Stuttgart.
"27.05.2016 18:25:06" www.germany.travel Porsche Museum in Stuttgart German cars are renowned throughout the world. Brands such as VW, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Opel, Audi and BMW are synonymous with high quality and innovation. Which of the dream cars in Stuttgart's Porsche Museum would be your favorite for a tour around Germany?
"26.05.2016 16:30:10" www.germany.travel Frankfurt: museum of truth, beauty and virtue. Frankfurt is first and foremost a city of modernity. The city prides itself on always staying ahead of the times, whilst preserving traditions at the same time. Frankfurt is often associated with being the city of business and modernity, but the city on the Main also has a thriving culture scene filled with museums, art, architecture and food!
"25.05.2016 21:30:02" www.instagram.com Instagram photo by Germany Tourism Stuttgart is the perfect combination of culture and cars.Not only does the city produce internationally renowned cars, but it also lives and breathes automotive history in a way that nowhere else does. The stunning St John's Church in Stuttgart stands on a peninsula in the heart of the city. When you're done checking out Mercedes-Benz or Porsche museums, be sure to enjoy its beauty.
"24.05.2016 18:30:00" germany.travel Palaces, parks & gardens: like something out of a fairytale Get to know Germany's fairytale side: palaces, parks & gardens are perfect for romantic tours, delightful discoveries and magical moments. You're sure to b... Visiting Munich this summer? Did you know that you enjoy a gondola ride on the courtyard channel of Schleissheim Castle, which is located north of the city center?
"22.05.2016 17:00:05" www.germany.travel German cuisine – from gourmet delights to currywurst Cuisine in Germany is as diverse as the regions in which it is made. Good old-fashioned taverns, more than 200 star-rated restaurants and everything in-between offer something for all tastes and any budget. Yummy! Nobody celebrates asparagus season quite like we do. So what are you waiting for? Come along and join us!
"21.05.2016 18:30:07" www.germany.travel Mainz: city of Gutenberg and Germanys wine capital. Mainz is famous for its university, its Roman heritage, its status as a media hub and regional capital, and its three most defining features: the Romanesque cathedral, the Gutenberg printing press and the Rhineland carnival. We wish you a happy and relaxing Saturday with this view of Mainz, the city of wine & Gutenberg and one of our historic highlights.
"20.05.2016 20:05:03" landlopers.com Currywurst – What It Is & Why I Love It It's impossible to imagine the food scene in Berlin without the Currywurst. Find out why the typical street food of Berlin, the Currywurst made it into LandLopers personal Hall of Fame.
"19.05.2016 16:30:08" www.germany.travel The eternal student town: Tübingen Tübingen has an inviting, almost serene character that belies its status as a traditional university town. Our wanderlust flares up when we look at the student town Tübingen with its historical houses overlooking the Neckar River.
"18.05.2016 21:30:03" www.instagram.com Instagram photo by Germany Tourism Hannover's two town halls are both well worth visiting. The magnificent New Town Hall of Hannover, which is built atop of 6,026 beech wood posts, opened in 1913. Climb up into the dome for a fabulous view over the city!
"17.05.2016 18:30:05" www.expedia.com Germany's Magic Cities Our cities are yours to explore and whether you find yourself in Cologne, Dresden, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, Leipzig, Munich, Nuremberg or Stuttgart, we promise to surprise you with an array of food and drink sure to bring you back for Travel to Germany this summer and save up to 30% on hotels at Expedia.com in our Magic Cities, the ultimate destinations for your culinary exploration!
"16.05.2016 20:30:08" www.germany.travel Kassel: a city of fairytales and works of art. Kassel, the city that became the hub of the contemporary art world with its documenta exhibition, also owes much of its cultural renown to the legacy of the Brothers Grimm. Kassel is one of the main cities along our Fairytale Route, a route dedicated to the Brothers Grimm. The city's Wilhelmshöhe Park is not only home to the Hercules monument and waterfall, but also to the stunning Löwenburg Castle.
"15.05.2016 17:00:09" www.instagram.com Instagram photo by Germany Tourism Neuschwanstein Castle in southern Bavaria is known all over the world as a symbol of idealised romantic architecture. Neuschwanstein is not only a fairy tale castle from the outside but the inside as well. King Ludwig was a great supporter of the composer Richard Wagner which inspired the castle's interior, especially the beautiful Singers Hall reflects his admiration of
"14.05.2016 18:30:04" www.expedia.com Germany's Magic Cities The finest of vacations can be had in Germany's major cities, making our “pearl cities” the ultimate destinations for your culinary exploration. Each city has its own distinctive character and you'll be amazed to learn how there isn't just one “German Enjoy long sunny days from Nuremberg to Hamburg with the best of German cuisine and save up to 30% on hotel room prices with Expedia in our Magic Cities.
"13.05.2016 20:05:04" www.germany.travel Natural landscapes: experience – enjoy – relax Germany has a wealth of natural landscapes, many of them virtually untouched by the hand of man. Diverse and often unique flora and fauna create an unforgettable experience. The Bavarian Alps will astonish you with impressive mountains, rolling hills, beautiful valleys and landscapes. Are you ready to explore Germany this summer?
"12.05.2016 16:30:05" www.germany.travel Speyer Cathedral The imperial cathedral in Speyer, officially known as the Cathedral of St. Mary and St. Stephen, is laid out in the form of a Latin cross. Work started in 1030 on the Romanesque Speyer Cathedral, which is the city's most prominent landmark and the ultimate symbol of medieval imperial power.
"11.05.2016 21:30:09" www.germany.travel Thuringian kartoffelklösse dumplings. These large, perfectly rounded potato dumplings have been enjoyed by the people of Thuringia for many generations. You will be amazed at the diversity of delicacies and culinary experiences you'll encounter in Germany. Thuringia, for example, is well-known for its Kartoffelklösse (potato) dumplings which are best served with roast meat and red cabbage.
"10.05.2016 18:30:10" www.germany.travel Bremen and Bremerhaven: the city, the countryside and the sea. Bremen's history goes back more than 1,200 years and is perfectly encapsulated by the baroque and Renaissance ensemble on the market square. Bremen is not only known for Brothers Grimm, but also for the UNESCO World Heritage Town Hall and Roland statue as well as its beautiful Schnoor quarter.
"09.05.2016 20:30:01" www.instagram.com Instagram photo by Germany Tourism Get to know Germany's fairy tale side: castles, parks & gardens are perfect for romantic tours, delightful discoveries and magical moments. 600 years old Kriebstein Castle is one of Saxony's most beautiful castles and for sure one of Germany's hidden gems!
"08.05.2016 17:00:09" www.germany.travel Hannover: the worlds marketplace for innovation. You can be fairly certain that any new trends in industry or technology were first seen in Hannover, or rather at one of the city's huge international flagship trade fairs. Half-timbered houses in Hannover, the city of innovation & gardens. We hope it sparks your wanderlust for summer days in Germany.
"07.05.2016 18:30:05" www.germany.travel Palaces and parks of Potsdam and Berlin Potsdam is part of an extraordinarily rich and attractive landscape: expansive parks, majestic tree-lined avenues and some 150 buildings from the 18th to the 20th century. Sanssouci Palace, the Berlin version of Versailles, is just one of the stunning palaces and parks that Potsdam has to offer. No wonder that they are a UNESCO World Heritage site.
"06.05.2016 20:00:11" www.germany.travel Erfurt: a city confident in its beauty. Situated at the crossroads of ancient German and European trade routes, the regional capital of Thuringia is a magnet for visitors from around the world. Erfurt offers medieval charm and a rich history with small-city comforts in the heart of Germany. Its old town is home to the longest inhabited bridge in Europe, the Merchants' Bridge.
"05.05.2016 16:30:04" www.instagram.com Instagram photo by Germany Tourism The romantic Hohenschwangau Castle, where King Ludwig II spent his youth, once served as a summer residence for the royal family. Just a stone's throw away from Neuschwanstein Castle stands the majestic, neo-gothic style Hohenschwangau Castle that was once the summer residences for the Bavarian royal family.
"04.05.2016 21:30:03" www.expedia.com Germany's Magic Cities The finest of vacations can be had in Germany's major cities, making our “pearl cities” the ultimate destinations for your culinary exploration. Each city has its own distinctive character and you'll be amazed to learn how there isn't just one “German Take a culinary journey through Germany and save up to 30% on hotel room prices with Expedia. Our Magic Cities are yours to explore this summer!
"03.05.2016 18:30:08" www.germany.travel The Loreley The Loreley is a magnet for tourists from all over the world. In the Loreley visitor center, an interactive exhibition tells you everything you need to know about the region. Succumb to the seductive charms of the legendary Loreley, combing her golden hair and singing her siren song on the rock above the banks of the river Rhine…
"02.05.2016 20:30:01" www.instagram.com Instagram photo by Germany Tourism You can't help but ask yourself whether time has stood still, as you amble past the beautiful old houses, secluded squares and tucked-away corners of the old quarter. Rothenburg, located on a plateau overlooking the Tauber River, is a little town on the Romantic Road with buildings dating back to the Middle Ages. One that will take you back in time and we can surely say with confidence will leave you with countless
"01.05.2016 17:00:10" www.germany.travel Frankfurter. The sausage that conquered the world. Frankfurt's best-known delicacy is the sausage named after the city. Today frankfurters are eaten and enjoyed all over the world. The famous Frankfurter sausage is best served with mustard or horseradish and rye bread. Apfelwein a type of cider simply completes the experience as the region's signature drink.
"30.04.2016 18:30:04" www.germany.travel Museums in Germany – where history and culture are brought to life Gain an insight into various cultural epochs at Berlin's Museum Island or admire art from the Old Masters to the modern age in Frankfurt's Städel Institute. Germany is home to over 6,000 museums that let you discover an astonishing range of subjects from culture & history to nature & technology and everything in between.
"29.04.2016 20:05:08" www.germany.travel Lake Constance with Mainau Island, Monastic Island of Reichenau (UNESCO World Heritage), Lindau,... The Lake Constance region, where Germany borders Austria and Switzerland, is a holiday paradise set around one of Europe's largest lakes. Meersburg, a city along Lake Constance, is home to two castles and idyllic alleyways that will lead you through the city. Just a short boat ride away is also the magnificent Flower Island of Mainau.
"28.04.2016 16:39:54" www.germany.travel Towns and cities – from big nights out to romantic old quarters There is something for everyone in Germany's towns and cities – whether it's the big city buzz or the famous architecture. You won't need to look out for cars down this alley between the historical timber-framed houses of Lengenfeld unterm Stein in picturesque Thuringia!
"27.04.2016 21:30:02" www.instagram.com Instagram photo by Germany Tourism Leipzig, a wonderful city with a huge musical tradition. Johann Sebastian Bach or Wagner were proud citizens of Leipzig. We wish you a happy Wednesday with this view of the rooftops of our city of music, Leipzig.
"26.04.2016 18:30:08" www.germany.travel The majestic Cochem Castle: exciting history in the charming Moselle landscapes Cochem, the charming pearl of the Moselle and the romantic wine town, forms a glimmering centre point in the Moselle holiday region. Standing high atop the Moselle River, Cochem Castle built around 1000 AD, takes you back to a time of kings and knights.
"25.04.2016 20:30:03" www.instagram.com Instagram photo by Germany Tourism In Salzwedel there is an old museum of local history which was founded in the 19th century. Germany has so many hidden gems for you to discover, amongst them, our historic highlights that span from half-timbered houses to stunning palaces.
"24.04.2016 17:00:06" www.germany.travel Cologne: a city bursting with life. Cologne is more than just a city – it is a matter of the heart, an emotion and an unfalteringly positive state of mind. At the root of this outlook are carnival, kölsch beer and, of course, Cologne Cathedral. In 1880, when the Cologne Cathedral was completed it was the world's tallest building. Today it still dominates the exuberant city's skyline.
"23.04.2016 18:30:01" www.instagram.com Instagram photo by Germany Tourism The grandiose castle of Schwerin is located in the city of Schwerin. Standing tall on a small island in Lake Schwerin, the romantic Schwerin Castle is one of our hidden gems, with its 653 rooms and baroque gardens.
"22.04.2016 20:05:09" www.germany.travel Collegiate Church, Castle and Old Town of Quedlinburg With its historical layout and over 1,300 timber-framed houses from a period spanning six centuries, Quedlinburg is a fine example of a beautifully preserved medieval town. We wish you a happy Friday with this image of Quedlinburg's beautiful old town!
"21.04.2016 16:30:07" www.germany.travel Make yourself at home! Good times and gemütlichkeit in Germany The proverbial German gemütlichkeit is difficult to explain. But you won't go far wrong if you think of good food, good company and plenty of time to enjoy it all. The sun is out and we feel like barbecuing at one of our beautiful lakes or just simply in the backyard. What about you?
"20.04.2016 21:30:08" www.germany.travel Ulm: combining the best of tradition and modernity. Reaching seemingly endlessly up into the sky, Ulm Minster's tower has watched over the city for centuries. Ulm is a city of juxtaposition. The church dates to the 14th century and its tower is the tallest in the world, while the new city center is filled with modern architectural design.
"19.04.2016 18:30:04" www.instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: Spring has sprung at the misty Saarschleife in Saarland! Stunning nature and outdoor activities await you in the heart of Europe. The Saarschleife is just one of many beautiful locations throughout Germany to explore.
"18.04.2016 20:30:03" www.germany.travel Munich: putting the style into lifestyle. Lifestyle, joie de vivre or lebensart – whatever you call it, Munich has it in spades. It might be down to the clear blue skies or simply the city's beauty. The Bavarian capital in all its beauty, don't you just love Munich!?
"17.04.2016 17:00:17" www.instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: Mountains, clear water, forest and meadow. Everything that shows the beauty of Germany combined in one picture! Ramsau in the Berchtesgaden National Park is so picturesque-a perfect place to explore Germany's nature.
"16.04.2016 18:30:02" www.germany.travel Wartburg Castle Large, imposing and steeped in history: high above the town of Eisenach sits Wartburg Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1999. Looking for unique? Spend a few nights at Wartburg Castle. The 1,000 years old medieval fortresses sits high on a hill and was also where Martin Luther translated the bible back in 1521.
"15.04.2016 20:07:00" germany.travel German cuisine – from gourmet delights to currywurst Cuisine in Germany is as diverse as the regions in which it is made. Good old-fashioned taverns, more than 200 star-rated restaurants and everything in-bet... With spring time comes beer festival season, when you can enjoy the best of German Gemütlichkeit.
"14.04.2016 16:30:06" www.germany.travel Absolutely Alps Follow a route that leads to places where you can indulge your passions for the great outdoors, history, art, fine food and wine, music and festivals. The weekend is almost here! Time to spend time in our Alps.
"13.04.2016 21:35:13" www.germany.travel www.germany.travel Traditionally containing seven herbs, Frankfurt's green sauce is served with boiled potatoes and hard-boiled eggs. Eat Local! Frankfurt's green sauce, a fresh dish made of 7 herbs and mixed with a light yogurt, is a regional favorite you can enjoy throughout the city.
"12.04.2016 18:30:04" www.germany.travel Trier: Roman heritage and Gallic charm. Trier: Roman heritage and Gallic charm.
Trier was founded as Augusta Treverorum in 16 BC during the reign of the Roman emperor Augustus Caesar. The Porta Nigra, in Germany's oldest city Trier, dating back to 16 BC, is only one of the numerous historical highlights the city has to offer.
"11.04.2016 20:30:04" www.instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: Visit the beautiful old town of #schwäbischhall in Baden-Wuerttemberg #visitgermany #germanytourism Wishing you a happy Monday strolling through the stunning old town of Schwäbisch Hall.
"09.04.2016 18:30:06" www.germany.travel Frankfurt: museum of truth, beauty and virtue. Frankfurt is first and foremost a city of modernity. Business, architecture and Europe's third-largest airport – they're all here and they're all at the cutting edge. Frankfurt our “Mainhattan,” is the only city in Germany having a so-called modern skyline!
"08.04.2016 20:05:08" www.germany.travel Of medieval history and modern-day Europe: Görlitz Görlitz – the most easterly town in Germany and for many the most beautiful. Perhaps not surprising when you consider the town has over 3,500 architectural monuments spanning 500 years. The medieval town of Görlitz is one of Germany's most beautiful cities…see for yourself!
"07.04.2016 16:30:10" www.germany.travel Saxon Switzerland National Park region – 100 million years of nature Just a short train ride south from Dresden, on the border with the Czech Republic, a stunning landscape of dramatic rock formations awaits walkers, mountain climbers and nature lovers. An amazing view of the rocky landscape in the Saxon Switzerland National Park.
"06.04.2016 21:30:09" www.germany.travel Magdeburg: a city with character, history and two fathers. As an imperial seat, Hanseatic power and fortified city, Magdeburg has always rebuilt and reinvented itself, whilst preserving the memory of the two Ottos who shaped the city. Magdeburg, one of Germany's oldest cities being founded by Charlemagne in 805, is home to Germany's first Gothic Cathedral and the Green Citadel.
"05.04.2016 18:30:11" www.germany.travel Ludwigsburg Palace. One of Europes finest baroque palaces. From modest hunting lodge to sprawling, three-winged palace. Few European regents were able to realize their absolutist dreams in as literal and grandiose a way as the rulers of Ludwigsburg. Discover the gorgeous baroque-architecture of Ludwigsburg Palace and its floral fairytale gardens about 30-45 minutes north of Stuttgart.
"04.04.2016 20:30:04" www.instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: Have you ever been to the beautiful old town of Hildesheim? If you love half-timbered houses you shouldn't miss Hildesheim.
"03.04.2016 17:00:06" www.germany.travel Speicherstadt and Kontorhaus district with Chilehaus This is where the roots of the modern European city of Hamburg lie: the historical Speicherstadt and Kontorhaus district with the famous Chilehaus. Did you know that Hamburg has more bridges inside its city limits than any other city in the world and more canals than Amsterdam and Venice-combined!? Start your exploration off in the historical Speicherstadt district.
"02.04.2016 18:30:03" www.germany.travel Fresh asparagus from the Münsterland. Come April, one dish is always on the menu: asparagus. And it generally remains there until June 24, Midsummer's Day, also known as Spargelsilvester ('Asparagus Eve'). Asparagus season is upon us! This delicacy is usually prepared with potatoes, ham and hollandaise sauce or simply with melted butter on top.
"01.04.2016 20:05:08" www.germany.travel Coastal mudflats, a character harbour and the North Sea: Husum Coastal mudflats, a character harbor and the North Sea. It's hard to imagine a more charming maritime setting than the harbor town of Husum. Husum at the North Sea is scattered with old fisherman’s houses and harbor taverns. We can almost smell the salty sea water…
"31.03.2016 16:30:09" www.germany.travel A trip back in time to the Middle Ages: Rothenburg ob der Tauber Rothenburg ob der Tauber is a small town with a big reputation. Nowhere else will you find such a wealth of original buildings dating from the Middle Ages. Rothenburg ob der Tauber with its medieval houses, towers and gates will take you back in time…
"30.03.2016 21:30:00" germany.travel Germany - The Travel Destination The Spree Forest wetlands, crisscrossed by canals and streams and accessible only by boat, are just an hour from Berlin. Make sure to try the crunchy Spreewald pickles while you’re there!
"29.03.2016 18:30:01" www.instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: This is the Quedlinburg Castle, which enjoys an idyllic location on the Romanesque Route. Quedlingburg is not only home to this stunning castle but also to over 1,300 timber-framed houses.
"28.03.2016 20:30:04" www.germany.travel Black Forest gateau. One of Germany’s most famous exports. Black Forest Cake. One of Germany’s most famous exports.
The Black Forest is home to the darkest, sweetest temptation in the whole of Germany. Now here’s one holiday that we can get behind. Happy National Black Forest Cake Day!
"27.03.2016 17:00:02" Frohe Ostern as we say in Germany!
"25.03.2016 20:05:09" www.germany.travel Aachen: cathedral city of Europe. Aachen: cathedral city of Europe.
Aachen is a city that lives and breathes Europe. It is practically Europe in miniature. Did you know that the Aachen Cathedral was the first UNESCO World Heritage site in Germany?
"24.03.2016 16:30:07" www.ottsworld.com How You Can Take a Made in Germany Road Trip Gnomes, Bauhaus, Cars, & Clocks were Made in Germany. Travel through Germany to see where some of the popular products and designs we use today began. Wonder what “Made in Germany” means? Ottsworld Travel and Life Experiences takes us on a road trip through Germany, from the Black Forest to the Bauhaus movement.
"23.03.2016 21:30:06" www.germany.travel Palaces, parks & gardens: like something out of a fairytale Get to know Germany's fairytale side: palaces, parks & gardens are perfect for romantic tours, delightful discoveries and magical moments. First built around 1371, Burg Katz continues to stand tall over the Upper Middle Rhine Valley
"22.03.2016 18:30:06" www.germany.travel A 600-year-old classic. The Thuringian bratwurst. The recipe for Thuringian bratwurst , as enjoyed by Goethe, is 600 years old. Thuringia's ultimate fast food simply has to be accompanied by authentic Thuringian mustard. Thuringian bratwurst with mustard just makes your mouth water…the sausage’s full recipe actually remains a closely guarded secret!
"21.03.2016 16:30:08" www.germany.travel Nuremberg: Germanys most vibrant museum of history. Nuremberg: A city of emperors and princes, leaders and followers, inventors and scholars, Nuremberg has mirrored German history ever since the Middle Ages. We wish you a sunny Monday on the second day of spring! Make sure to visit Nuremberg's Historical Mile and you’ll be able to take a photo like this.
"20.03.2016 17:00:05" www.germany.travel Heidelberg: Germany at its most romantic. Heidelberg is a city that will capture your heart. Famous the world over, it is a perennial favorite among international tourists. An impressive view of the city & the Old Bridge, Heidelberg is a romantic city surely worth a visit.
"19.03.2016 18:30:07" www.germany.travel Captivating timber framing: an environmentally friendly craft from the past This almost 3000 km route showcases the various half-timbered styles to be found from Stade to Meersburg on Lake Constance. Enjoy 100 romantic medieval towns on our half-timbered houses scenic route through Germany.
"18.03.2016 20:05:03" www.instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: Throwback to the time of middle-age and its impressing buildings like the Greifenstein Castle in the Westerwald. Go back in time with a visit to Greifenstein Castle, which inspires dreams of the Middle Ages.
"18.03.2016 16:30:05" www.ExploreTheUnexplored.org Explore the Unexplored Enter for a chance to win a trip to Explore the Unexplored in Hamburg, Germany! Craving a getaway? We know the place that’s perfect for your tastes. Visit www.ExploreTheUnexplored.org to discover the German destination meant just for you.
"17.03.2016 16:30:07" www.germany.travel Linderhof Palace – Ludwig IIs highest flight of fancy. Of the three palaces that Ludwig II actually had built, Linderhof Palace is the most inspired. A triumph of splendour and extravagance, it lies in the secluded Graswang valley. We can never get enough of our castles & palaces.
"16.03.2016 21:30:01" www.instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: Are you searching for hiking inspiration in summer? How about the #zugspitze as the highest mountain of Germany with 2962m? Snow or no snow, you can always enjoy Zugspitze and our Alps.
"15.03.2016 18:30:08" www.germany.travel Bamberg Old Town Bamberg's well-preserved old town comprises three historical districts – the episcopal town, the island town and the market gardener's town. Bamberg standing on seven hills, with a blend of medieval and baroque architecture, is sometimes called the Rome of Franconia.
"14.03.2016 16:30:06" www.germany.travel German cuisine – from gourmet delights to currywurst Cuisine in Germany is as diverse as the regions in which it is made. Good old-fashioned taverns, more than 200 star-rated restaurants. Happy Monday!
We always recommend a hearty German meal to start off the week…
"13.03.2016 18:00:08" www.germany.travel Düsseldorf: catwalk of Germany. Düsseldorf: catwalk of Germany.
Düsseldorf becomes the focus of the fashion world when the city reveals the latest in designer fashion and high-street trends. Düsseldorf-our city of fashion, shopping and culture. Be sure to visit the unique MedienHafen district.
"12.03.2016 19:30:08" www.germany.travel Natural landscapes: experience – enjoy – relax Destination Germany has a wealth of natural landscapes, many of them virtually untouched by the hand of man. A sunny day in Germany, isn’t it beautiful?
Have an unforgettable experience in nature and discover the diversity of Germany’s landscape on foot, horseback or by bike.
"11.03.2016 21:05:08" www.germany.travel A Berlin staple. Kebabs on every corner. A Berlin staple. Kebabs on every corner. Berliners have many regular habits – but nothing beats the doner kebab. Berlin is one of our most vibrant cities and home to some of the best street food-anywhere. What is your favorite: Döner Kebab, Currywurst, or…?
"10.03.2016 17:30:02" www.instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “What a view! “What a view! Special thanks to @afrenchtraveler for his amazing instagram takeover and to @jcpieri for this stunning shot. We really enjoyed your photos.…” Sometimes, there are simply no words needed to describe Neuschwanstein Castle…
"09.03.2016 22:30:06" www.germany.travel German wines: a wide range of regions for a wide choice of wines Each of Germany's 13 vineyard regions has its own set of customs and traditions, which translate into an exceptional range of wines. Discovering Germany’s wine growing regions in the spring, when all the flowers are blossoming, is the perfect start to any vacation…
"08.03.2016 19:30:03" becarchic.com Be Car Chic hits Munich | BMW Welt and Museum Whitney Ramirez recounts her culture-filled #Come2Germany adventure at the BMW Welt and BMW Museum. Munich is renowned for being the headquarters of BMW (Bayerische Motoren Werke). Automotive and travel enthusiast CityWhit got an up-close experience touring BMW Welt and Museum.
"07.03.2016 21:30:08" www.germany.travel Saarland Cycle Route - A great tour of a small region Spectacular scenery, excursions to France, hilly countryside and broad valleys are just some of what the Saarland has to offer. Beautiful, foggy view of Kirkel Castle in the Saarland.
Are you more of an active explorer? Then explore Germany by bike on one of our many Cycle Routes through the country.
"06.03.2016 18:00:02" www.instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “#EnjoyGermanNature and find your favourite spot! For example in the near of Clausthal-Zellerfeld. Happy Sunday everyone!
Planning your next vacation? Share with us your favorite spot in German nature, bonus points for pictures!
"05.03.2016 19:30:06" www.germany.travel Historic Centres of Stralsund and Wismar The grandeur and riches of the Hanseatic League in the 14th century could hardly be more vividly illustrated than in the historic centers of Stralsund and Wismar. The beautiful towns of Stralsund and Wismar to this day still offer that hanseatic, medieval charm. Explore brick gothic architecture, the southern Baltic coast and harborside pubs and restaurants.
"04.03.2016 21:05:08" www.germany.travel Lichtenstein Castle: from a castle to a fairy tale palace The historical Lichtenstein Castle is widely known as the fairy-tale castle of Baden-Württemberg. Located in Lichtenstein, it stands at around 817 metres atop a rock spur in the Swabian Alps. Lichtenstein Castle, No. 88 on our Top 100, is a fairy tale castle, high atop a rock spur in the Swabian Alps of Baden-Württemberg. Marvel at the splendor of the Late Romantic as you tour the grounds.
"03.03.2016 17:30:10" www.germany.travel Germanys Ancient Beech Forests They are really the original inhabitants of Europe: without human intervention, beech trees would still cover large areas of continental Europe. Today, unspoilt lowland beech forests are found nowhere else in the world but in Germany. The Ancient Beech Forests are a UNESCO World Natural Heritage site. Explore this exceptional area of primeval woodland from the island of Rügen in the north to Thuringia in central Germany.
"02.03.2016 22:30:03" www.instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Isn't that a beautiful shot of the "City of Three Rivers"? “Isn't that a beautiful shot of the "City of Three Rivers"? Do you know which rivers flow around Passau? Great picture from @gettingstamped!…” Passau, the city of three rivers, isnt’t it just stunning…?
"01.03.2016 19:30:05" www.germany.travel Berlin: a world city of distinction. What does Berlin have that other world cities don't? Well, first of all, there's the locals, whose rough yet friendly charm is all part of the Berlin experience. The beautiful Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. An icon of the city and for Germany, it sets the stage for your urban adventure through our capital and the many sights to see.
"29.02.2016 21:30:02" www.ottsworld.com The Best of the Wurst at Germany's Bratwurst Museum Live pigs, hot grills, lawn sculptures, a charcoal monument, a painting of the last bratwurst supper & a bratwurst musical. Yes, you want to see this. Let’s start off the week with Thüringer bratwurst! Thank you Ottsworld Travel and Life Experiences for introducing everyone to the bratwurst museum in Holzhausen.
"28.02.2016 18:00:12" www.germany.travel Muskauer Park Prince Hermann von Pückler-Muskau – bohemian, travel writer and landscape gardener of great renown – designed Muskauer Park, one of the most beautiful landscaped gardens in the world, in the early 19th century. The UNESCO World Heritage Muskauer Park is an English-style landscaped garden that stretches into Poland. This romantic setting is made up of smaller areas connected by sweeping vistas and winding paths. You can even cross a foot bridge and find yourself
"27.02.2016 19:30:04" www.instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: Evening atmosphere in Munich. “Evening atmosphere in Munich. Thanks @passenger6a for the picture. #visitgermany #mustsee #germanytourism” Munich’s iconic Church of Our Lady, the only words that come to mind “München, I mog di” (Munich, I like you). Have a happy weekend!
"26.02.2016 21:05:07" www.germany.travel The Soonwald-Nahe Nature Park: woodland, wine and well-being The Soonwald-Nahe Nature Park stretches from the Hunsrück hills, an area of austere beauty, via the burbling brooks of the Soonwald to the rolling hillside vineyards of sunny Nahe Valley. The Soonwald-Nahe Nature Park is dotted with historic highlights that date back to the Middle Ages. You’ll also find remains of Celtic and Roman settlements. Travel through the picturesque countryside, experience the diverse flora and fauna and make sure
"25.02.2016 17:35:12" www.germany.travel The Baroque kingdom in the realm of the eagles The Upper Swabian Baroque Route, which stretches for nearly 500km from Ulm on the river Danube to Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance, offers a fascinating blend of nature and culture: the perfect way to admire the splendours of the baroque era whilst Along the approximately 300-miles long Upper Swabian Baroque Route, which runs from Ulm on the Danube to Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance, visitors can marvel at the majesty of Baroque architecture and enjoy the storybook-like landscape.
"24.02.2016 22:30:04" www.germany.travel Dresden: a synonym for culture. There are many ways to interpret or define culture. But it can be easily summarised with just one word: Dresden. The sheer abundance and splendour of the city's cultural treasures are enough to take your breath away. Dresden isn’t called the city of culture for no reason. It is home to the Zwinger Palace, the glorious Church of our Lady and the Saxony State Opera House, along with other must-see sights. Make sure to have Dresden on your 2016 travel bucket list!
"23.02.2016 21:35:08" www.germany.travel Teutoburg Forest / Egge Hills Nature Park – where nature and culture come together Natural beauty and imposing landmarks, picturesque highlands and cultural and historical highlights. Stroll through the grasslands of the Teutoburg Forest and visit old castles and abbeys along the way.
"22.02.2016 21:30:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “#tbt to sunny days Last year. Looking to summer 2016. A beautiful... “#tbt to sunny days Last year. Looking to summer 2016. A beautiful insight look of #Hornburg with it's half-timbered. Thanks @harzinfo.de for the…” Happy Monday to our followers. Here’s a pic from a sunny Harz in summer!
"21.02.2016 18:00:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Fantastic view over the city of #Heidelberg. Thanks @paulotoni... “Fantastic view over the city of #Heidelberg. Thanks @paulotoni for this lovely picture! #visitgermany #mustsee #germanytourism” The romantic city of Heidelberg is a university town that brings with it a long and interesting history. Such a view is possible when taken from the castle ruins.
"20.02.2016 19:30:01" germany.travel Discover your favourite spot Find your own favorite spot in Germany! Nature Parks make up one-quarter of Germany's land area. Enjoy the beautiful setting of the Elbhöhen-Wendland Nature Park or find out what your favorite spot is in Germany!
"19.02.2016 21:03:01" germany.travel A taste of Germany. Döppekuchen is a typical dish from the Eifel region , traditionally made with grated potato, bacon and onion. These ingredients are based on the recipe for kartoffelpuffer (potato fritters), though the people of the Eifel were the first in Germany to do Laugengebäck are salty, baked treats that come in different shapes and forms – like the pretzel. In bakeries, you can also find them topped with seeds or cheese!
"18.02.2016 17:30:01" germany.travel Freiburg: a city with a sunny disposition. Are the people of Freiburg so cheerful because their city gets more sun than anywhere else in Germany, or have they been rewarded with so much sunshine precisely because they are so good-natured? It's hard to say. But what is certain is that life is good Freiburg is not only the sunniest city in Germany, but it has one of the most charming old towns packed with cafes, restaurants and shops that are waiting for you.
"17.02.2016 22:30:00" germany.travel A pilgrimage site for wine lovers and aspiring wine lovers alike It's not just the sekt that sparkles in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany's castle region. The Saale-Unstrut Wine Route, which is approximately 60 km long and is Germany's northern-most wine route, runs from Nebra through Bad Sulza and invites visitors to discover a Vineyards, wine estates and fine food – there's so much to discover on the Saale-Unstrut Wine Route.
"16.02.2016 19:30:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Wow, what a view over the martime capital of the north. Hamburg -... “Wow, what a view over the martime capital of the north. Hamburg - the beautiful seafaring hub! Thanks @typisch_hamburch for this amazing shot! #hamburg…” A breathtaking view over Hamburg, one of our Magic Cities. Stroll through the city and experience the maritime feeling with its many canals, bridges and of course the fish market.
"14.02.2016 18:00:01" ottsworld.com A Story About Love and Bells This Valentine’s day, skip the flowers and chocolates and why don’t you travel to hear and see a great story about love in Saxony Germany. Annaberg-Buchholz is a little town in Saxony with a beautiful love story, “For the love of bells,” perfect for Valentine’s Day. Thanks Ottsworld Travel and Life Experiences
"14.02.2016 01:30:00" yahoo.com What It’s Like on Germany’s Tallest Mountain: There’s Beer I live for winter weekends. Cruising down the ski slopes, the brisk air whipping at my face makes me feel alive (and toasting my active day at après-ski makes me feel accomplished). However, it’s hard to beat warm days filled with nature hikes, water Kelley Ferro checks out one of the most unique places in Europe-where you can experience winter & summer in the same day! Watch this quick video of the crazy experience at Germany’s Zugspitze!
"13.02.2016 19:30:00" germany.travel Mines of Rammelsberg, Historic Town of Goslar and Upper Harz Water Management System Reminders of Germany's earliest industrial heritage: documenting around 1,000 years of mining history, the Mines of Rammelsberg on the outskirts of the beautiful old town of Goslar were once the largest interconnected repositories of copper, lead and The historic town of Goslar with its beautiful timber-framed houses, was actually once a mining town. This curious combination of the Mines of Rammelsberg and the city’s old town is now together with the Upper Harz Water Management System a must-see
"12.02.2016 21:03:00" germany.travel Rügen Island – seaside resorts and world-famous views Rügen is Germany's largest island. Its 926 square kilometres contain everything you need for a perfect holiday: Baltic beaches as far as the eye can see, unspoilt natural surroundings and luxurious seaside resorts. A dream – in the middle of the Balt The island of Rügen, located on the Baltic Sea, is a very popular vacation spot in Germany. It is ideal for exploring white chalk cliffs and little fishing villages, as well as enjoying spa & wellness treatments.
"11.02.2016 17:30:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “The Rakotzbridge and the Rhododendron Park are a feast for the... “The Rakotzbridge and the Rhododendron Park are a feast for the eyes, especially in spring when the rhododendron is blooming. Thanks @roberthaefner for…” The Rhododendron Park in Kromlau is famous for this view - the Rakot Lake Bridge.
"10.02.2016 22:30:01" germany.travel Rheinsteig Trail - Wine, castles and cliffs along the Romantic Rhine The Rheinsteig Trail makes its way along the Rhine from Wiesbaden to Bonn , passing a succession of historical castles, cliffs, vineyards and fixed-rope routes. The Rheinsteig Trail Wine Route follows the river Rheine for 199 miles from Wiesbaden to the birthplace of Beethoven, Bonn. It is the perfect route to enjoy the nature of the valley, the castles along the way and maybe even some wine.
"09.02.2016 19:30:01" Neuschwanstein Castle: Top100 Sight Ludwig II's majestic Neuschwanstein Castle, in southern Bavaria, is one of the Top 100 visitor attractions in Germany. It’s little wonder why…
"08.02.2016 21:30:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Isn't that a perfect shot? Thanks @tripevida for this amazing... “Isn't that a perfect shot? Thanks @tripevida for this amazing picture. #Repost @tripevida with @repostapp ・・・ The Castle "Burg Rheinstein" is located on…” There’s nothing like an image of a German castle to start off the week. Enjoy this great shot of Burg Rheinstein!
"06.02.2016 19:30:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Remembering snowy days in the capital. In the background there is... “Remembering snowy days in the capital. In the background there is the largest church of #Berlin. Thanks @berlijnblog for this picture! #germanytourism…” Enjoy this view from one of the most important churches in Germany, Berliner Dom, or the Berlin Cathedral, on a beautiful snowy day.
"05.02.2016 21:03:00" germany.travel A taste of Germany. Döppekuchen is a typical dish from the Eifel region , traditionally made with grated potato, bacon and onion. These ingredients are based on the recipe for kartoffelpuffer (potato fritters), though the people of the Eifel were the first in Germany to Pumpernickel is known around the world as “German Bread” and its baking traditions date back more than 500 years. It's just one of many foods coming from Germany. What do you like to put on it?
"04.02.2016 17:30:01" germany.travel Mercedes-Benz-Museum 'Building the future on tradition' – the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart is more than just a home for 125 years of automotive history. If you’re heading to Stuttgart, make sure to stroll through the Mercedes Benz Museum. You’ll discover 125 years of automotive history, with exhibits from passenger cars, race cars to concept cars and more.
"03.02.2016 22:30:00" germany.travel The German Wine Route for Cyclists - Vineyards as far as the eye can see Cycling is as good for the body and soul as fresh vegetables and fruit. Even a glass of wine or two is said to benefit your health. Our route through the sunny Palatinate region gives you plenty of opportunity to enjoy all of these wonderful things. The Wine Route for Cyclists through the Palatinate region is the ideal way to enjoy Germany’s nature; while, enjoying a glass of local wine and food at each stop along the way. Plus, you’ll get in a workout!
"02.02.2016 19:30:01" germany.travel Scaling the heights: Garmisch-Partenkirchen With all that's on offer in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, it's no surprise that the town is actually two. Garmisch and Partenkirchen were once two separate market towns and both offer charming historical centres, a wealth of culture and plenty of good old- The picturesque town of Garmisch Partenkirchen may have stamped its claim as a winter sports destination. But be assured, you can visit year-round to enjoy some old-fashioned Bavarian hospitality.
"01.02.2016 21:30:00" germany.travel Eltz Castle Discover the authentic Middle Ages! Eltz Castle boasts exceptionally ornate architecture and enjoys a secluded valley location amidst unspoilt nature. This fairytale castle surrounded by mystical nature inspires dreams of the Middle Ages. A time of knights, kings and minstrels. Eltz Castle is the perfect spot for a journey back in time.
"31.01.2016 18:00:00" germany.travel Currywurst. Some like it hot. It's impossible to imagine the food scene in Berlin without the currywurst . For the most authentic experience, it's got to be Konnopke's Imbiss on Schönhauser Allee. Here, the five curry sauces range in spiciness from 'heavenly' (very mild) to 'hell Originated in Berlin, today the Currywurst is a popular dish throughout Germany. Choose from different types of bratwurst, the spiciness of the curry sauce and enjoy! There’s even a museum in Berlin dedicated to this street food.
"30.01.2016 19:30:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Houses lined up like pearls on a string: the Schnoor quarter. Do... “Houses lined up like pearls on a string: the Schnoor quarter. Do you know in which city you find this neighbourhood? #visitgermany #mustsee” We invite you to stroll our medieval streets…
"29.01.2016 21:03:00" germany.travel UNESCO-Berchtesgadener Land Biosphere – meadows, mountains and magnificent forest | Tourism in... Germany's only alpine biosphere reserve provides plenty of scope for active pursuits and relaxation with its unspoilt nature and picturesque landscapes. The Berchtesgadener Land Biosphere is Germany’s only alpine nature reserve complete with meadows, mountains and magnificent forests. You can explore it by foot, bike, bus and even rail. It’s also home to Germany’s highest waterfall, the Röthbachfall.
"28.01.2016 19:29:26" A visit to Germany’s biggest cities will immerse you into an array of architectural beauty. http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-culture/towns-cities/towns-cities.html Germany’s Big Cities A visit to Germany’s biggest cities will immerse you into an array of architectural beauty. http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-culture/towns-cities/towns-cities.html
"27.01.2016 22:30:00" germany.travel Germany - The Travel Destination Discover the beauty of Germany’s 13 wine regions this #winewednesday!
"26.01.2016 19:38:00" germany.travel Germany - The Travel Destination What does Germany look like when the snow falls? Here are some of our favorite images #enjoygermannature
"25.01.2016 21:36:00" germany.travel Beer. Liquid gold. Though beer was not invented in Germany, the art of brewing was undoubtedly refined to perfection here. Germany is home to around 5,000 different beers brewed in more than 1,300 breweries, over half of which are in Bavaria. Nowhere else in the world Since 1050, beer has been brewed at the famous Weltenburg Monastery on the Danube. You can reach the monastery by boat or land to tour and taste the awarded-winning brew.
"24.01.2016 18:00:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “What a magical view over the city of Leipzig! Thanks... “What a magical view over the city of Leipzig! Thanks @pkfotografie.com_leipzig for this impressive picture. #leipzig #visitgermany #mustsee” Hope everyone is enjoying the weekend. Here’s an amazing image of Leipzig! Share yours here or on Instagram and we might share it, too!
"23.01.2016 19:36:00" Zugspitze: A Top 100 Sight in Germany Starting to plan for where to go in 2016? Check out our Top 100 sights and attractions in Germany. We’re sure that you will find the perfect spot for your vacation in the list of castles, World Heritage Sites, cities, festivals, nature highlights and
"22.01.2016 21:05:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “What a fantastic picture by @eriezona and @dan__ster! This is the... “What a fantastic picture by @eriezona and @dan__ster! This is the Villa Hügel in Essen. It belonged to the Krupp family of industrialists and was built in…” Germany offers many buildings from different time periods. Look at this majestic room of the Villa Hügel in Essen, built in the 19th century.
"21.01.2016 17:30:01" germany.travel Heiligendamm – popular wellness break destination for over 200 years The spot where Duke Friedrich Franz I of Mecklenburg-Schwerin bathed back in 1793 is still a popular destination for health-conscious holidaymakers today. The white castles located at the beautiful beach of the Baltic Sea are a part of a hotel complex called Heiligendamm. It is one of the oldest seaside resorts in Germany and offers many different treatments for a great wellness and spa experience.
"20.01.2016 17:48:00" germany.travel Pure indulgence at the very tip of Germany If you love cheese, the area between the North Sea and the Baltic is the perfect destination. It's a real foodie heaven! Experiences with nature and fine food are the key ingredients of the approximately 500 km Schlweswig-Holstein Cheese Route that r Happy national cheese lover's day! Schleswig-Holstein is your perfect destination in Germany. By following the Schleswig-Holstein Cheese Route, you can discover and taste a huge variety of different types of cheese and enjoy the landscape.
"19.01.2016 19:30:01" germany.travel A baroque treasure in the here and now: Passau Passau, the 'town on three rivers', is located at the confluence of the Danube, Inn and Ilz. There is so much to discover in the way of culture and architecture, and the town offers fantastic festivals, outstanding shopping and great places to eat an Do you know the “town on three rivers”? Passau is located at the confluence of the Danube, Inn and Ilz Rivers. Besides the amazing waterfront, the city also provides little alleyways, beautiful squares and chic pedestrian areas. It’s absolutely worth
"18.01.2016 21:30:01" germany.travel UNESCO-Spree Forest Biosphere Reserve – reflections of woodland on water One hundred kilometres south-east of Berlin there is a stretch of countryside that is unique in central Europe – Spree Forest, an area of wetlands that bears the influence of centuries of human influence yet still remains largely unspoilt. The small rivers flow like a maze in the Spree Forest. You can discover the area by a traditional boat and see how residents and nature blend seamlessly together.
"17.01.2016 18:00:00" germany.travel Hohenzollern Castle. The height of neo-Gothic architecture. | Tourism in Germany – travel,... Fortified with a multitude of towers and turrets, Hohenzollern Castle sits in splendour almost 900 metres above the Swabian Alb. This is a storybook fortress from the heyday of the neo-Gothic. Go back in time with a visit to Hohenzollern Castle. High atop the Swabian Alps south of Stuttgart, you can tour the building and its grounds year round learning much about the Hohenzollern family and the German and Prussian Empires.
"16.01.2016 20:00:01" germany.travel Natural landscapes: experience – enjoy – relax Destination Germany has a wealth of natural landscapes, many of them virtually untouched by the hand of man. Diverse and often unique flora and fauna creat... The ski season is running and many German ski regions have opened their ski-lifts. Besides the biggest mountains in the Alps, there are also some other great ski and winter activity regions like the Harz Mountains or the Erzgebirge. Check out the dif
"15.01.2016 21:03:00" germany.travel Gefillde and hoorische dumplings. Part of the Saarland 's mining heritage is its fondness for traditional home-style cooking, especially potato-based dishes such as dumplings, which can be either meat-filled ( gefillde ) or plain ( hoorische ). And after you've eaten your full, a wal Saarland’s cuisine is famous for its potato-based dishes. One of them is the so-called “Gefillde.” The meat-filled or plain dumplings are served with a creamy sauce and topped with small pieces of bacon. It’s not the lightest dish, but very deliciou
"14.01.2016 17:30:00" germany.travel Sled Dog Racing World Championships Tourism in Germany – travel, breaks, holidays Here’s a not so ordinary highlight. A race through snow and ice…by dogsled. This year, the Sled Dog World Championship takes place in the Thuringian Forest, one of Germany’s most beautiful nature parks.
"13.01.2016 22:30:00" germany.travel Braunschweig: the city of lions and scientists. A city that combines the traditional with the modern, Braunschweig is blessed with a wealth of monuments from its rich history as well as beautiful quarters that have retained their charm over the centuries. But its appeal also extends to modern arch Braunschweig combines tradition and modernity. One of its most famous buildings is the Happy Rizzi House, located at the edge of the historical Magni quarter and was designed by the internationally acclaimed New York artist James Rizzi.
"12.01.2016 19:30:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Winter wonderland in Germany! This beautiful castle is called... “Winter wonderland in Germany! This beautiful castle is called Hohenschwangau Castle and is located in the German village of Hohenschwangau near the town…” Germany’s castles are absolutely stunning! Look at this amazing picture recently taken of Hohenschwangau in winter.
"11.01.2016 21:30:00" germany.travel Lübeck: a northern city of beauty and intellect. Lübeck, the Queen of all the Hanseatic cities, was founded in 1143 as 'the first western city on the Baltic coast'. Today, its appearance is still characterised by a medieval ambience and by cultural and historical attractions, such as the Holsten Ga Lübeck - Queen of all Hanseatic cities and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city on the German Baltic Sea is shaped by many historical and cultural attractions such as the Holsten Gate and the old-town surrounded by water.
"10.01.2016 18:00:01" germany.travel Shopping in Germany: an irresistible offer Germany is a shopper’s paradise. If it exists, you can find it here - from bargain finds to haute couture, traditional to cutting edge, international to th... If you want to combine shopping and culture, Germany is the perfect travel destination for you. Besides great shopping centers and outlet stores, you will find charming medieval shopping streets in many German cities.
"10.01.2016 00:00:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “One of the most beautiful place in Germany is in the south east... “One of the most beautiful place in Germany is in the south east corner by the Austrian border where you will find Königssee and its surrounding mountains.…” Whether in winter or in summer, the natural beauty within Berchtesgaden National Park is breathtaking!
"08.01.2016 21:03:00" germany.travel Black Forest gateau. One of Germany’s most famous exports. The Black Forest is home to the darkest, sweetest temptation in the whole of Germany. Whether it was first created in Radolfzell in 1915 or in a café in Tübingen in the 1930s, the Black Forest gateau definitely hails from Baden-Württemberg. And has g It’s not all about meat and beer in German cuisine. There are also some great sweet dishes, cookies, cakes and dessert. Surely you’ve heard of or eaten Black Forest Cake or “Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte”? It’s one of the most popular classic German cake
"07.01.2016 17:30:00" Enjoy German nature We invite you to discover the wild side of Germany this year! http://www.germany.travel/en/leisure-and-recreation/natural-landscapes/discover-your-favourite-spot.html
"06.01.2016 22:30:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Hello everyone, I hope you are all enjoying your Christmas break.... “Hello everyone, I hope you are all enjoying your Christmas break. This is @sandra.mode, a photographer from London and I will be taking over this account…” Doesn’t this castle look like it’s straight out of a fairy-tale? This is Burg Eltz nestled in the hills around the Moselle River between Koblenz and Trier. Make sure to have Germany’s castles on your 2016 travel bucket list!
"05.01.2016 19:30:01" germany.travel Harz National Park – mountains steeped in legend The Harz National Park is located within Germany's most northerly mountain range. Together with the surrounding Harz Mountains Nature Park and Geopark , it is one of the most popular areas for walking and skiing in northern Germany. With sections in Germany’s nature is gorgeous! The Harz National Park is within the most northerly mountain range and offers rugged scenery and fabled forests. It’s perfect for skiing, hiking or walking.
"04.01.2016 21:30:01" germany.travel Zwinger Palace – a baroque gem from the time of Augustus the Strong. Dresden's Zwinger Palace is famous around the world for its beautiful baroque architecture. It was built in 1709 during the reign of Augustus the Strong. The remarkable sculptures adorning the gallery walls are by various artists and help make this o One of Dresden’s most popular buildings is the Zwinger Palace, originally built in 1709. It’s world famous for its beautiful baroque architecture. What do you think?
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"03.01.2016 18:00:01" germany.travel The Upper Danube Nature Park: enjoy the countryside and revel in nature The highland scenery of the Upper Danube Nature Park is characterised by its rugged limestone cliffs dating from the Jurassic period, its mixed forest, the Danube river and the high plateaus of the Jura. Europe’s longest river, the Danube/Donau, runs through southern Germany. Many city- and townscapes are shaped by the river, but there is also amazing landscape along its banks perfect for walking, cycling, nature-travel and more.
"01.01.2016 21:03:00" germany.travel New Year's Eve 2015 in Germany Tourism in Germany – travel, breaks, holidays We wish you a healthy and happy New Year 2016! Which of our Top 100 Highlights would you love to visit this year?
"31.12.2015 17:30:04" germany.travel New Year's Eve 2015 in Germany Tourism in Germany – travel, breaks, holidays Wishing you a wonderful and enjoyable New Year’s Eve!
"30.12.2015 22:30:01" germany.travel Dresden: a synonym for culture. There are many ways to interpret or define culture. But it can be easily summarised with just one word: Dresden. The sheer abundance and splendour of the city's cultural treasures are enough to take your breath away. And since Dresden also just happe Dresden’s city is shaped by an abundance of old buildings. Besides the Zwinger, the Church of our Lady and the Semper Opera House, the riverside of the Elbe is a perfect spot to get a great impression of the city. Our tip: walk along the river at nig
"29.12.2015 19:30:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “One of the last sunny days in Frankfurt in 2015! Thank you... “One of the last sunny days in Frankfurt in 2015! Thank you @thelittlekitchn for your takeover! We really enjoyed following your trip through Germany. See…” Many people know Frankfurt because of its big airport, but if you get a chance, be sure to put it on your travel itinerary. The only city with a so-called modern skyline in Germany offers many museums, restaurants and other cultural highlights. When
"28.12.2015 21:30:00" germany.travel New Year's Eve in Berlin: when the whole city is one gigantic party Tourism in Germany – travel, breaks, holidays There are so many different places to celebrate New Year’s Eve in Germany, but #Berlin definitely is a special one! At the Brandenburg Gate, thousands of people will celebrate at the world's biggest open-air New Year's Eve party in the heart of Berl
"27.12.2015 18:00:00" germany.travel A taste of Germany. Döppekuchen is a typical dish from the Eifel region , traditionally made with grated potato, bacon and onion. These ingredients are based on the recipe for kartoffelpuffer (potato fritters), though the people of the Eifel were the first in Germany to After all the heavy Christmas food we need some variation. Besides meat with hearty side dishes, there are also some vegetarian options and lighter meals in German cuisine. What about some fresh fish, fruits or vegetables? Check out all the great del
"24.12.2015 17:00:02" germany.travel Christmas markets in Germany: a delight for all the senses Tempting aromas, the festive glow, all the wonderful sounds of the season and delicious yuletide treats. Germany's Christmas markets will appeal to every o... Merry Christmas! The GNTB-Team wishes you and your beloved ones a joyful and peaceful Christmas time.
"23.12.2015 17:25:01" germany.travel Mount Zugspitze and Partnach Gorge in Garmisch-Partenkirchen The Zugspitze is one of the most famous mountain peaks in the Alps. Measuring 2,962m, it is not only Germany's highest mountain, but also one of the most popular destinations for visitors from all over the world. Nature in Germany is amazing! The area around Germany’s highest mountain, the Zugspitze, is one of the most popular destinations for visitors from all over the world. Partnach Gorge in Garmisch-Partenkirchen is worth a visit. Fascinating ice sculptur
"22.12.2015 22:30:01" germany.travel Christmas markets in Germany: a delight for all the senses Tempting aromas, the festive glow, all the wonderful sounds of the season and delicious yuletide treats. Germany's Christmas markets will appeal to every o... Christmas markets are coming to an end. Most of them will close their doors tomorrow. Only some in Berlin are still open until end of December. If you visited this year, feel free to share your photos or experiences with us and we might ask to re-sha
"22.12.2015 19:30:00" germany.travel Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Wörlitz | Tourism in Germany – travel, breaks, holidays As the first English-style landscape garden in mainland Europe, the 18th century Garden Kingdom of Dessau Wörlitz unites garden design and architecture in perfect harmony. Here you'll find manor houses, more than 100 buildings of varying sizes and a One of Germany’s most beautiful and actually Europe’s first English garden lies in Dessau-Wörlitz in the state of Saxony-Anhalt. The Villa Hamilton is located near the “volcano” and is one of its highlights.
"21.12.2015 21:30:02" germany.travel Christmas markets in Germany: a delight for all the senses Tempting aromas, the festive glow, all the wonderful sounds of the season and delicious yuletide treats. Germany's Christmas markets will appeal to every o... There are so many different Christmas traditions in Germany, including the parades in the Ore Mountains. Originally, they were devoted to the regional sovereign. Nowadays, they’re the highlight of the Ore Mountains’ Christmas markets.
"20.12.2015 18:00:02" germany.travel Scenic routes – an easy way to explore Germany at your own pace Germany's scenic routes are ideal for discovering the country by car, motorbike or bicycle. Choose from over 150 diverse routes, each featuring a different... Germany’s beautiful landscape is shaped by many rivers running through different regions. When following the Elbe, the Rhine River, the Danube, the Saar or the Neckar you can discover unique sceneries, great cities, impressive castles, remarkable nat
"20.12.2015 06:00:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Since I'm all about food...let's talk about Christmas Market... “Since I'm all about food...let's talk about Christmas Market (Christkindlesmarkt) food. A selection of the food I had at the Frankfurt Christmas Market!…” It`s already the fourth weekend of advent and we’re all about the tasty food and beverages like Glühwein, Bratwurst and Christmas biscuits found at Christmas Markets throughout Germany. What are we forgetting?
"18.12.2015 21:03:01" germany.travel A Berlin staple. Kebabs on every corner. Berliners have many regular habits – but nothing beats the doner kebab. The very best vegetarian doners are served at Mustafas Gemüse Kebap kiosk. Or if you don't fancy a kebab, Curry 36 serves currywurst nearby – so nearby in fact that the queues fo It’s foodiefriday! When you’re visiting Germany make sure to try a Döner. Besides the famous Currywurst, that’s the most popular dish you can get in many Kebab-restaurants or at food trucks. The flatbread is filled with a variety of vegetables like
"17.12.2015 17:00:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “#tbt such a nice summer shot - the town Hall of #Hannover. We are... “#tbt such a nice summer shot - the town Hall of #Hannover. We are bit missing the sunny days. What about you? Thanks @reverdie and @hannoverliebe for this…” We’re doing a throwback to one of our favorite summer images on Instagram: the town hall in Hannover. Only a few days until the official start of winter…
"16.12.2015 17:35:00" germany.travel Hamburg: wanderlust and a maritime world city. Explore the far corners of the globe and return via Hamburg – travel itineraries don't get much better than that. Gateway to the world, beautiful seafaring hub, maritime capital of the north – even the normally reserved locals find it hard to conceal Hamburg is Germany’s biggest Hanseatic town and one of the best ways to explore the city, its harbor and the Speicherstadt is definitely by boat. Most of the tours start at the Landungsbrücken, the most famous pier in Hamburg where you can also get s
"15.12.2015 22:30:00" germany.travel The Romantic Road – a name thats as good as a promise The Romantic Road whisks you away on a journey of approximately 400 km from Würzburg to Füssen in the Allgäu . Anyone visiting this route is greatly rewarded with treasures such as magnificent stately homes, palaces of courtly splendour and romantic If you’re a fan of medieval towns, castles, art and history, you shouldn’t miss the Romantic Road. Along cities and towns like Rothenburg, Würzburg, Augsburg and Füssen, you’ll immediately feel why it’s named so.
"15.12.2015 19:30:01" germany.travel German Beer Purity Law. Brewing the traditional way. Hops, malt, yeast and water – and nothing else. For around five centuries, the German Beer Purity Law has determined what can and can't go into German beer. It's the oldest food regulation in the world still in force today. The origins of the reinhei Germany is home to around 5,000 different beers brewed in more than 1,300 breweries. In 2016, we will celebrate the 500th anniversary of the German beer purity law! The so-called Reinheitsgebot is the oldest food regulation in the world which is stil
"14.12.2015 21:39:38" germany.travel Christmas markets in Germany: a delight for all the senses Tempting aromas, the festive glow, all the wonderful sounds of the season and delicious yuletide treats. Germany's Christmas markets will appeal to every o... Another favorite holiday decoration of ours: incense smoking men. It wouldn’t be the holiday season without these carved pieces around our homes.
"13.12.2015 18:00:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “A big thank you to @thomas_k for this stunning shot and for his... “A big thank you to @thomas_k for this stunning shot and for his support while the Christmas tour! And we also say THANK YOU to our lovely instagramers…” Dresden is a historical and magical city worthy of a visit year-round. Besides its culture scene, there are many historical buildings like Zwinger Palace, Frauenkirche or the Semper Opera House that shape the city’s magnificent skyline. If you’re the
"12.12.2015 18:00:02" germany.travel Heavenly figures. Grünhainichen angels. Christmas without angels would be unthinkable. At the traditional manufacturer Wendt & Kühn in Grünhainichen, you can meet the world-famous angel all year round. Whether she's playing music or sitting on the moon, a comet or a star, her green wings a These little angels probably adorn many of your households during the holidays. Never knew their story? Wendt & Kühn in Grünhainichen was founded in 1915 by Grete Wendt and Grete Kühn. The figurines are still produced in Grünhainichen today, crafted
"11.12.2015 21:03:00" germany.travel Tourism in Germany – travel, breaks, holidays The recipe for Thuringian bratwurst, as enjoyed by Goethe, is 600 years old. But aside from the pork, marjoram, caraway and garlic, the full recipe remains a closely guarded secret among the 3,000 or so Thuringian butchers. All we do know is that the Germany is famous for its huge variety of delicious sausages. During the holiday season, you can get a Bratwurst at nearly every Christmas market. Served on a roll or with a side of sauerkraut, they’re the perfect warm-you-up snack as you peruse the
"10.12.2015 17:00:00" germany.travel Silvestival New Year's Eve Festival Nuremberg Tourism in Germany – travel, breaks, holidays Maybe a last-minute trip to Europe for New Year’s Eve? What about spending this special day in Germany? In Nuremberg for example, New Year’s Eve becomes an unforgettable festival – the “Silvestival”.
"09.12.2015 17:35:01" germany.travel Good for your health and a feast for your eyes: walking in Germany Variety is the spice of life on Germany's walking trails, whether you're searching for a geocache, Nordic walking, out in your snowshoes or just taking a s... Although winter hasn’t officially started, first snows have already fallen in some regions of Germany. It’s the perfect time for a walk through snow covered areas of stunning natural beauty. Check out our suggestions.
"08.12.2015 22:30:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Looking down at Annaberg's Christmas Market from the top of St.... “Looking down at Annaberg's Christmas Market from the top of St. Anne's Church. That's the final shot from this tour. Many thanks to our amazing…” Gorgeous view from atop St. Anne’s Church in Annaberg. The small town in the Ore Mountains is known for its Christmas market and wood-carved ornaments.
"08.12.2015 19:30:00" germany.travel Christmas market in Kiel With its craft stalls and traditional booths serving hot punch and food, Kiel's Christmas market in Holstenstrasse and on Alter Markt square promises a yuletide trip to remember. You can also go ice-skating and curling at the huge covered rink (750m² Kiel is the capital and most populous city in the northern state of Schleswig-Holstein. During the holiday season, a walk along the harbor or ice-skating on the town-hall square of this popular port-of-call are perfect ways to spend your time!
"07.12.2015 21:30:02" germany.travel Christmas markets in Germany: a delight for all the senses Tempting aromas, the festive glow, all the wonderful sounds of the season and delicious yuletide treats. Germany's Christmas markets will appeal to every o... Have you ever sent a letter to Santa Claus? In Germany, he has his own address. About half a million wish lists from around the globe arrive at Germany’s Christmas post offices each year. If you also want to send a letter, here’s the address:
"06.12.2015 18:00:01" germany.travel Christmas markets in Germany: a delight for all the senses Tempting aromas, the festive glow, all the wonderful sounds of the season and delicious yuletide treats. Germany's Christmas markets will appeal to every o... Happy Nikolaus! In Germany, thousands of children cleaned their shoes yesterday and placed them outside their doors eagerly awaiting for nuts, sweets and little presents to be placed inside. It’s a very old tradition referring to Nicholas, the patron
"05.12.2015 18:00:01" germany.travel The TOP 100 sights and attractions in Germany Situated in the heart of Europe, Germany has plenty of fantastic tourist attractions and unique sights to offer. Visitors from all over the world travel to... Do you need some inspiration for your travel plans in 2016? Have a look at our Top 100 sights and attractions in Germany. You will find fairytale castles, medieval town, theme parks and many other highlights.
"04.12.2015 21:03:01" germany.travel A taste of Germany. Döppekuchen is a typical dish from the Eifel region , traditionally made with grated potato, bacon and onion. These ingredients are based on the recipe for kartoffelpuffer (potato fritters), though the people of the Eifel were the first in Germany to Happy #foodiefriday! It’s the holiday season and there are many great German delicacies this time of year! From gingerbread to sweet cookies to bratwurst and mulled wine or one of our favorites Feuerzangenbowle– the variety is just stunning! What’s y
"03.12.2015 17:00:00" germany.travel Christmas markets in Germany: a delight for all the senses Tempting aromas, the festive glow, all the wonderful sounds of the season and delicious yuletide treats. Germany's Christmas markets will appeal to every o... Have you started opening your advents calendars? In Germany, there are so many different versions. Whether it’s filled with chocolate, cosmetics, pictures or other little gifts - it’s a great tradition to have a little surprise every day leading up t
"02.12.2015 17:35:00" germany.travel Glass manufacture steeped in tradition. | Tourism in Germany – travel, breaks, holidays In Bodenmais in the Bavarian Forest , glassblowing has a long tradition. Glasses, chalices and beads were being produced here as far back as the 15th century. Time-honoured skills, still practised today in the 21st century, have been handed down from Glassblowing is a 500 year craft. In the Bavarian Forest, there are many glassblowing shops dating back to the 15th century, utilizing the same skills and tools today. Have you already watched a glassblower at work? It’s a great experience!
"01.12.2015 22:30:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Winter is coming. The lights shine over the #gendarmenmarkt... “Winter is coming. The lights shine over the #gendarmenmarkt #concerthall #german #cathedral during a #snowy day in #berlin #joingermantradition” It’s already December and winter is here. During that cozy time, German cities are absolutely worth a visit. Check them out!
"01.12.2015 20:02:11" How charming! Lofty half-timbered façades and small transom windows. About 100 romantic medieval towns follow the 1,864 miles German Half-Timbered Houses Route. The German Half-Timbered Houses Route How charming! Lofty half-timbered façades and small transom windows. About 100 romantic medieval towns follow the 1,864 miles German Half-Timbered Houses Route.
"30.11.2015 21:30:01" germany.travel Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex in Essen | Tourism in Germany – travel, breaks, holidays In its day, shaft XII at the Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex in Essen was the world's largest and most modern coal-mining facility and a leading example of the development of heavy industry in Europe. Today, with its Bauhaus-influenced design Do you want to go ice-skating in an unusual location? Then visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site Zollverein in Essen. Once the world's largest and most modern coal-mining facility, it’s now a triumph of modern industrial architecture and a center for
"26.11.2015 17:00:06" Timeline Photos Happy Thanksgiving to all of our American followers!
"25.11.2015 17:35:00" germany.travel Mount Zugspitze and Partnach Gorge in Garmisch-Partenkirchen The Zugspitze is one of the most famous mountain peaks in the Alps. Measuring 2,962m, it is not only Germany's highest mountain, but also one of the most popular destinations for visitors from all over the world. When you reach the top of the Zugspitze, you may not want to look down; although, if you do this might just be your view from the Gondola with the Eibsee in the distance!
"24.11.2015 22:30:00" germany.travel Linguists and collectors of fairytales. The Brothers Grimm. The Brothers Grimm are arguably the most famous figures to have ever come from Hessen. They are best known for their Children's and Household Tales, the first edition of which was published in 1812 and is listed on UNESCO's Memory of the World Regist The Brothers Grimm are arguably the most famous celebrities to have ever come from Hessen. At the GRIMMWELT and the Brothers Grimm House learn more about the activities and life of these famous storytellers.
"24.11.2015 19:30:00" germany.travel Christmas markets in Germany: a delight for all the senses Tempting aromas, the festive glow, all the wonderful sounds of the season and delicious yuletide treats. Germany's Christmas markets will appeal to every o... You hear so many stories about Germany’s Christmas markets and if you visit Ulm, you’ll realize they’re all true. Enjoy the enchanting advent atmosphere at more than 120 beautifully decorated stalls under the shadow of the impressive Ulm Minster.
"23.11.2015 21:30:01" germany.travel Berlin: a world city of distinction. What does Berlin have that other world cities don't? Well, first of all, there's the locals, whose rough yet friendly charm is all part of the Berlin experience. Add to that an incredible array of sights that reflect not only the city's newfound swag The Brandenburg Gate is perhaps the most popular symbol of the German capital Berlin. Besides this, the city also offers a huge variety of other things to see and do. What’s your favorite place in Berlin? Tips for travelers?
"22.11.2015 19:48:00" germany.travel UNESCO World Heritage – the greatest legacies of mankind and Mother Nature Only the most outstanding testimonies to the history of mankind and nature are granted the World Heritage title by UNESCO. And many of them are in Germany. With 40 UNESCO World Heritage sites in total, Germany offers many impressive architectural monuments, historical towns, significant industrial sites and distinctive natural landscapes. Buildings like the Roman monuments in Trier or the Cologne cathed
"21.11.2015 18:03:00" germany.travel Erfurt: a city confident in its beauty. Churches, towers and bridges, great culture and glittering festivals: Erfurt offers medieval charm in abundance and a rich history combined with a lust for life and a warm welcome. Situated at the crossroads of ancient German and European trade route Erfurt’s cathedral impressively shapes the cityscape of Thuringia’s capital. Hessen’s capital. Also known as the “city of towers,” Erfurt offers 25 parish churches, 15 abbeys and monasteries and ten chapels. Besides those historical buildings, Erfurt
"20.11.2015 21:03:00" germany.travel Pulsnitz gingerbread. Since 1558, the Upper Lusatian town of Pulsnitz has been producing gingerbread from eight artisanal bakeries and a lebkuchen factory. Every year on the first weekend in November, these specialities go on sale at the popular Pulsnitz gingerbread festi Germany is famous for its Christmas delicacies. Fan of gingerbread? You can get a variety at nearly every Christmas market. The original comes from Pulsnitz, a small town in eastern Germany. There’s even a gingerbread museum where you can see how bak
"19.11.2015 21:53:00" germany.travel Heidelberg: Germany at its most romantic. Heidelberg is a city that will capture your heart. Famous the world over, it is a perennial favourite among international tourists. The city has so much to offer: charm and character in abundance between the Old Bridge and the mighty castle, an unpar One of the most romantic castles of Germany, the ruins of Heidelberg Castle are perched on the slopes of Mount Königstuhl some 230 feet above the Neckar. The impressive size and location shapes the cityscape of Heidelberg. If you haven’t visited yet,
"18.11.2015 17:35:00" germany.travel Scaling the heights: Garmisch-Partenkirchen With all that's on offer in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, it's no surprise that the town is actually two. Garmisch and Partenkirchen were once two separate market towns and both offer charming historical centres, a wealth of culture and plenty of good old- At the foot of the German Alps, you can find the Bavarian town Garmisch-Partenkirchen. After exploring the streets, take the cable car all the way up to the Zugspitze, Germany’s highest peak, and enjoy this fantastic view over the Alps.
"17.11.2015 22:11:38" Metanoia Living I loved everything about Wiesbaden! Such a gorgeous city! I woke up early the day after I arrived and ventured out to the famer's market. I enjoyed a delicious smoothie and people watched. I tried not to wander off too much because a nice spa day was Fio from Metanoia Living recently checked out Wiesbaden. After discovering a typical German market and wandering through the gorgeous side streets, she enjoyed a great spa treatment at Radisson Blu Schwarzer Bock Hotel Wiesbaden and wine tasting at B
"17.11.2015 19:30:01" germany.travel Romantic railways: an exclusive tour of Saxonys narrow gauge railways Leave the car at home for once and treat yourself to a train ride. Travel in style on a historic narrow gauge steam train along the approximately 700 km Saxon Steam Railway Route, which is mainly oriented around the network of old narrow gauge railwa Fan of train travel? How about in a steam engine train? In Saxony, the Steam Railway Route takes you on a nostalgic journey through romantic landscape and historic cities. It runs daily throughout the year so be sure to add it to your bucket list.
"16.11.2015 21:30:00" germany.travel Christmas markets in Germany: a delight for all the senses Tempting aromas, the festive glow, all the wonderful sounds of the season and delicious yuletide treats. Germany's Christmas markets will appeal to every o... The weeks before Christmas Eve are some of the coziest weeks in Germany. Christmas Markets, tasty delicacies and great decorations mark the holiday season. Where would you like to spend Christmas in Germany?
"15.11.2015 18:00:00" germany.travel The Frankfurter Kranz. A cake fit for a king. The Frankfurter Kranz cake is a ring-shaped cake made from several layers of sponge and covered in buttercream. It symbolises Frankfurt 's former status as a 'coronation city'. Its shape, golden brittle coating and ruby-red glacé cherries all combine Germans are known for their traditional “coffee and cake” with friends and family in the afternoon– especially on Sundays. One of the most famous cakes is the Frankfurter Kranz. The ring-shaped cake made from several layers of sponge and covered in b
"13.11.2015 21:03:00" germany.travel Dresdens Christstollen. The secret to authentic flavour. Dresden's Christstollen : a baking tradition preserved for centuries by the bakers and patissiers of Dresden. Though the basic ingredients of this traditional Christmas cake were laid down hundreds of years ago, every one of the 130 or so stollen bak The season of Dresdner Christstollen, or just “stollen” is around the corner. The traditional Christmas delicacy has its origin in Dresden, Saxony, but today you can get it in nearly every German region. The basic ingredients were laid down hundreds
"12.11.2015 22:23:56" Metanoia Living Germany- Day 2: Düsseldorf
Explored more of Düsseldorf and it's arts. Had the opportunity to get a tour of Breuninger department store and have lunch in their restaurant. Visited two museums, Museum Kunstpalast Düsseldorf and NRW Forum. After a long Fio of Metanoia Living shared these great pictures of her second day in Düsseldorf. Besides the famous Breuninger fashion department store, she also visited 2 museums and enjoyed some delicious German food. Check out her page and albums for more grea
"12.11.2015 21:37:48" Timeline Photos Our second Social Media Ambassador, Fio, has returned from Germany! Didn’t get a chance to see all of her fashion, wine and spa experiences? Check out her German adventures through Metanoia Living's social networks. #Come2Germany We'll be sharing one
"12.11.2015 00:28:00" germany.travel Perspective 2: German unity – a towering reminder. The division and unification of Germany is captured in two events that shook the world: the erection of the Berlin Wall on 13 August 1961 and its fall on 9 November 1989, the images of which were seen around the world. Today’s relics serve as visual This year, Germany celebrates 25 years of Reunification. The East German border watchtower in Berlin is an old relic from the past and the last of its kind. It’s a final reminder of East-West division. What else should one experience when in Berlin?
"11.11.2015 17:35:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “When in Rüdesheim, make sure to take the cable car (Seilbahn) to... “When in Rüdesheim, make sure to take the cable car (Seilbahn) to see the Niederwald Monument. The monument is only a small part of the experience. The…” Our Social Brand Ambassador Fio explored the vineyards in Rüdesheim by riding the old cable car on Monday. Isn’t this picture beautiful? Did you miss her other experiences? Follow Fio on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with #come2germany.
"10.11.2015 19:30:01" germany.travel Hamburg: wanderlust and a maritime world city. | Tourism in Germany – travel, breaks, holidays Explore the far corners of the globe and return via Hamburg – travel itineraries don't get much better than that. Gateway to the world, beautiful seafaring hub, maritime capital of the north – even the normally reserved locals find it hard to conceal St. Michael’s church, lovely called “Michel” by people from Hamburg, has been an important lighthouse for seafarers for generations. Today, it’s one of the most important baroque churches in northern Germany and popular for many tourists and also loc
"09.11.2015 21:31:33" Timeline Photos Christmas is coming soon and that means shopping season. In Germany, you have a variety on opportunities to find a great gift, whether at a Christmas market, in a shopping mall or in small boutiques. What would be the perfect German Christmas gift fo
"08.11.2015 22:30:33" Timeline Photos Yes, we can’t stop it-the holiday season is fast approaching! People will soon decorate their houses, buy presents and perhaps get a Christmas tree. Did you know that the Christmas tree has its origin in Germany? http://buzz.mw/ba0m4_n
"08.11.2015 18:07:25" Timeline Photos The warm smell of coffee, delicious scrambled eggs & fresh-baked German rolls- there’s nothing like a wonderful Sunday morning breakfast! In Germany, a considerable number of cafés offer a wide choice of breakfasts. We would love to hear your breakfa
"06.11.2015 21:19:23" CityWhit This looks delicious! While traveling through Germany, CityWhit enjoyed some great German food. Schnitzel, Potato Salad, German bread, soup and Wurst Salad – Guten Appetit!
"05.11.2015 21:53:00" German Arts and Crafts Germany is filled with amazing arts and crafts! Check out this fun video. Does a favorite tradition of yours show up? http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-culture/traditions-and-customs/traditions-and-customs.html
"03.11.2015 21:46:56" CityWhit I rode the world's oldest large-cabin cable car up to Predigtstuhlbahn, walked around the mountain and enjoyed lunch with a beautiful panoramic view, including Bad Reichenhall. Then I was supposed to head to Berchtesgaden but got a little lost (navig We’re jealous of the amazing images CityWhit captured on her sixth day in Bavaria! Besides the Predigtstuhlbahn, Bad Reichenhall and Berchtesgaden, Whitney also visited Lederhosen Aigner and got a behind-the-scenes look as to how handmade lederhosen
"03.11.2015 19:30:00" Timeline Photos Our German Wurst Adventure bloggers from Norway tried 60 different types of sausages during their trip through Germany. What do you think: How many sausages exist in Germany? http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-culture/traditions-and-customs/fo
"02.11.2015 21:30:33" Timeline Photos In the Ore Mountains the tradition of manufacturing carved, wooden Christmas pyramids reaches back into the 18th century. When you light the candles on the outer circle the blades on the top start rotating. How many here enjoy this decoration during
"02.11.2015 19:01:09" CityWhit Today I toured Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, spent a lot of bonding time with the Audi TT from Sixt rent a car Türkiye (Video: http://on.fb.me/1LKPHHD) & arrived in Bad Reichenhall. I also took a detour to the beautiful alpine lake town Tegernsee Have a look at these great pictures from CityWhit during her fifth day in Germany including Tegernsee, Bad Reichenhall and a great spa experience in the Rupertus Therme Bad Reichenhall. Missed the other days? Go to her FB page, Twitter, Instagram or
"01.11.2015 22:31:32" Timeline Photos Winter is coming! This means German Christmas markets will soon open their doors. Go to the market with your family and friends, drink mulled wine, “Glühwein,” and enjoy the atmosphere. We’ve got many to choose from! http://buzz.mw/bat3x_n
"31.10.2015 23:02:28" CityWhit So elevated today - LITERALLY! I checked a couple of things of my bucket list: 1) driving on the autobahn and 2) visiting the Alps! I picked up my #Audi TT from Sixt rent a car Türkiye in #Munich and drove a little over an hour to Garmisch-Partenkirc If you have been able to keep up with CityWhit and #come2germany, she's finished day four in the Bavarian Alps. Check out these amazing photos about her experience at the #Zugspitze, #GaPa and the region! Missed the other days? Go to her FB page, Twi
"31.10.2015 00:55:00" instagram.com Whitney Ramirez ☕ on Instagram: “Thought this was SO neat at the #BMWmuseum: a display of all... “Thought this was SO neat at the #BMWmuseum: a display of all the @bmw model lines. Ever! #come2germany #bmwwelt #citywhitgermany #munich #travelwriter…” Here's a display at the BMW Welt | BMW Museum that CityWhit captured. It showcases ever single #BMW model line produced. For any car lovers and especially for BMWs this is a must-see along your travels through München.de
"31.10.2015 00:00:32" Timeline Photos Today is not only Halloween, but also Reformation Day. It was on this day in 1517 that Luther nailed his famous 95 theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg #luthercountry http://buzz.mw/bat3r_n
"30.10.2015 17:01:29" Timeline Photos While it’s getting colder in Germany, people start drinking traditional hot beverages. The famous eiergrog, a hot drink of egg yolk, sugar, rum and water, much like eggnog has its origin in northern Germany and is a delicious remedy for frosty days.
"29.10.2015 23:00:36" Timeline Photos Hamburg is big and in the heart of the northern metropolis you’ll find the famous Alster Lake, split into the Inner and Outer Alster respectively. The 400+ acre lake is popular with locals and tourists alike; plus, it’s surrounded by exquisite hotels
"29.10.2015 20:50:01" instagram.com Whitney Ramirez ☕ on Instagram: “The "i"s and I at the @bmwwelt! #come2germany #becarchic... “The "i"s and I at the @bmwwelt! #come2germany #becarchic #citywhitgermany #München #Munich #bmwworld #i8 #i3 #bmwwelt” When you’re in #Munich you should make a point to stop off at the BMW World (BMW Welt). CityWhit stopped by today and checked out some of the models on display and toured the facilities. You can too! #come2germany #joingermantradition Be Car Chic
"28.10.2015 23:28:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Tourist attraction in Munich, the Viktualienmarkt is a good place... “Tourist attraction in Munich, the Viktualienmarkt is a good place to meet the local cuisine and buy handmade products. Take time to sit in the Biergarten,…” Munich is always worth a visit! Through the old town head to Viktualienmarkt where you’ll find dozens of food and drink vendors. Purchase local meats, cheese, veggies, fruits and more for a truer sense of the Bavarian culture! #joingermantradition
"28.10.2015 20:35:00" Timeline Photos We’re on to the next chapter of our Brand Ambassador Program: Whitney’s Bavarian City, Culture & Landscape Road Trip has commenced! Be sure to follow along with @citywhit and #Come2Germany. (@city.whit on Instagram)
"28.10.2015 16:35:31" Timeline Photos The German tradition of winemaking started with the ancient Romans. Since then, many vintners have retained those traditions and are keeping up the wine production in more than 13 winegrowing regions. Due to that, you can find treasures like the olde
"27.10.2015 18:35:27" Timeline Photos Near to Germany’s capital Berlin, you can find the beautiful city of Potsdam. Think of this as Germany’s Paris and Versailles. Here you’ll find Sanssouci Palace, which was built in 1745, among other incredible palace structures and gardens. http://bu
"26.10.2015 20:30:29" Timeline Photos When East and West joined, new towns and natural landscapes were rediscovered. The most eastern town of Görlitz is actually split with Poland and has such historical beauty that it’s often used as a film location. There’s also the Muskauer Park, also
"25.10.2015 17:06:34" Timeline Photos With the better dollar to euro exchange rate, visitors can discover the huge variety of brands and styles in chic shopping districts, fantastic designer outlets, beautifully constructed shopping centers or Old Towns. We have our favorite spots to sho
"24.10.2015 17:01:28" Timeline Photos After the Reunification in 1989, light adventure travel really boomed. There are more than 200 long-distance cycle routes and nearly as many long-distance walking trails in Germany! Hikers and skiers have an abundance of options, as do water-sports l
"23.10.2015 20:04:24" Timeline Photos Happy #foodiefriday! Have you ever tasted „Aachener Printen” before? This is a special gingerbread that originated in Aachen and famed for its delicious flavor. It is one of Germany’s most popular Christmas biscuits. http://buzz.mw/bapue_n
"23.10.2015 17:04:26" Timeline Photos Did you ever think about a wellness or spa experience in Germany? There are traditional and innovative treatments with thermal springs, mud baths, massages, Kneipp hydrotherapy and more throughout the country. You can spend time relaxing in luxurious
"22.10.2015 23:17:27" Timeline Photos Love to shop while traveling? We can suggest a visit to the luxury outlet Ingolstadt Village. Over 110 boutiques and shops invite you to discover various German and international designer labels and luxury brands. Have fun and watch out for a good b
"22.10.2015 20:53:24" Timeline Photos Since the Reunification in 1989, it is possible to go on a river cruise along the Danube which crosses more countries than any other rivers in the world. By boat you can go from Germany to the Black Sea in Eastern Europe. It’s a great trip and there’
"21.10.2015 23:28:00" travelsquire.com Germany's Fun Festivals Germans sure know how to throw a party. Fun festivals with oom-pah bands, beer, wine, sausages plus all sorts of tasty edibles -- and plenty of gemütlichkeit. There really is no accurate translation for this word which describes the jolly ambience If you hadn't heard, Germans know how to have fun and throw a party (much to your possible surprise!). From Oktoberfest and Cannstatter Wasen to regional festivals like the Durkheimer Wurstmarkt and Weimar's Onion Fair-you'll find festivals throughou
"21.10.2015 16:36:30" Timeline Photos In Völklingen, you can find the last surviving ironworks factory from the heyday of industrialization. It’s an UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers in-depth tours of the remaining structures. Today, it belongs to the most-visited cultural attraction
"20.10.2015 18:30:32" Timeline Photos Take a look at the number one attraction in Germany: Europa-Park in Rust. Not far from Freiburg in southwestern Germany, it’s the biggest theme park in the country. Families can rejoice knowing that they are never more than 25 miles from a rollercoa
"19.10.2015 20:31:29" Timeline Photos Did you know that with the Reunification, Germany’s number of wine regions grew to a total of 13? Every vineyard region has its own tradition and customs and you can find delicious sorts of wine like Riesling or Pinot Noir that have impressed the wor
"18.10.2015 17:06:31" Timeline Photos When the wall came down in 1989, not only Germany itself, but also the Ruhr valley in western Germany was entering a new era. After being one of Europe’s largest industrial regions for decades, the Ruhr valley transformed into a region with great pla
"17.10.2015 17:07:29" Timeline Photos In Frankfurt, you will find Germany’s most impressive modern skyline. In the last 25 years of reunified Germany, many skyscrapers has been rising up in the home of Europe’s third biggest airport. Yet, Frankfurt also offers a great heritage including
"16.10.2015 20:03:25" Timeline Photos Germany is famous for its wide assortment of bread and depending on the region you’ll find unique takes on each variety. Pretzels or “Brezen” in Bavaria will be different than those say in Frankfurt or Berlin. Everyone has a favorite. http://buzz.mw/
"16.10.2015 17:00:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “The Merchants Bridge in #erfurt is the longest inhabited bridge... “The Merchants Bridge in #erfurt is the longest inhabited bridge in Europe. It has 32 houses and is 120 meters long. The houses are situated on both sides…” On their way through Germany, #wurstadventure arrived in Erfurt, the capital of the federal state Thuringia. The city has a great medieval town including half-timbered houses and cobblestoned streets. The Merchants Bridge is one of Erfurt’s most famo
"15.10.2015 23:04:26" Timeline Photos Bremen and also Bremerhaven are two great hanseatic cities worth a visit. Bremen is known for the Bremen Town Musicians, but there are also other attractions like the Renaissance town hall. In Bremerhaven, the biggest city on Germany's North Sea coas
"15.10.2015 19:02:37" The German Toy Road is approximately 186 miles long running between the city of Nuremberg in the heart of Franconia and the Thuringian state capital of Erfurt. Along the way you’ll find Christmas toy factories, Engel Puppen dolls, museums and Playmob German Toy Road The German Toy Road is approximately 186 miles long running between the city of Nuremberg in the heart of Franconia and the Thuringian state capital of Erfurt. Along the way you’ll find Christmas toy factories, Engel Puppen dolls, museums and Playmob
"15.10.2015 19:02:37" The German Toy Road is approximately 186 miles long running between the city of Nuremberg in the heart of Franconia and the Thuringian state capital of Erfurt. Along the way you’ll find Christmas toy factories, Engel Puppen dolls, museums and Playmob German Toy Road The German Toy Road is approximately 186 miles long running between the city of Nuremberg in the heart of Franconia and the Thuringian state capital of Erfurt. Along the way you’ll find Christmas toy factories, Engel Puppen dolls, museums and Playmob
"14.10.2015 16:37:32" Timeline Photos #Germany25Reunified Perspective 13: Hamburg. Gateway to the world. The jewel of the north. The biggest sea port in Germany. It’s hard to describe Hamburg without using superlatives. Over the last 25 years, the city’s appeal has been boosted by impres
"13.10.2015 18:33:24" Timeline Photos #Germany25Reunified Perspective 12: The Wadden Sea is a unique coastal landscape in northern Germany and a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site since 2009. It provides a habitat to a huge variety of flora and fauna due to the large tidal change and is
"11.10.2015 21:05:30" Timeline Photos Perspective 11: Rügen Island is famous for its chalk cliffs, the classical architecture of its luxurious coastal resorts and the sandy beaches. When Germany was unified, it became its largest island and also one of the most favored vacation spot. #g
"10.10.2015 21:30:30" Timeline Photos Fall is upon us and Germany’s golden season comes alive with colored leaves, chestnuts and hearty food. Moreover, fall signifies harvest season. Many crops and fruits are ready to be harvested now. What’s your favorite fall feeling or fall experience
"10.10.2015 17:00:30" Timeline Photos Perspective 10: It was nearly 500 years ago that Martin Luther nailed his famous 95 theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. When the wall came down 25 years ago, visitors were once again able to retrace his steps and visit Wartburg Cas
"09.10.2015 20:03:24" Timeline Photos Perspective 9: The border is a thing of the past. The Green Belt is now a unique natural landscape to enjoy. Whether on foot, by bike or on horseback – you can discover more than 5,200 species of flora and fauna along its 870 miles. #germany25reunifi
"09.10.2015 17:00:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Autum details from the Rathaus in #kassel The Grimm Brothers... “Autum details from the Rathaus in #kassel The Grimm Brothers lived in Kassel in early 19th century and collected most of their fairy tales here. The…” What a great image of the Rathaus in Kassel, one of Hessen’s biggest cities! Follow German Wurst Adventure as they eat their way through Germany!
"08.10.2015 23:01:29" Timeline Photos Meissen Couture, founded in 1710 by King August the Strong, is Europe’s most traditional house of art and hand-crafted luxury. Meissen Couture stands for stylish, regal elegance, uncompromising and legendary quality standards and proven high intrinsi
"08.10.2015 20:54:25" Timeline Photos Perspective 8: Germany not only celebrates #germany25reunified, but also 20 years of the Spree Forest as a biosphere reserve. The landscape of rivers and lakes in eastern Germany is favored by many travelers and a great nature experience. http://buzz
"07.10.2015 16:36:26" Timeline Photos Perspective 7: After being a restricted military place when Germany was divided, today the Hainich National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage site and the largest continuous stretch of beech tree forest in Europe. #germany25reunified http://buzz.mw/baj
"06.10.2015 19:43:37" Sherry If I only knew what time it was...
Visited 5th generation cuckoo clock maker at Hubert Herr in Tribeg Germany. Now I kinda want one... Check out Sherry Ott as she travels from southern into central Germany. Along the way, she’s found some traditional cuckoo clocks, a great German invention.
"06.10.2015 18:30:34" Timeline Photos Perspective 6: The design school Bauhaus, established by Walter Gropius, is one of Germany’s highlights with museums and buildings in Weimar and Dessau. Since #germany25reunified, visitors are also able to visit buildings of this style in Berlin and
"05.10.2015 21:31:31" Timeline Photos Perspective 5: Creative Germany. 25 years on from the fall of the Berlin Wall, the creative and cultural economy in Germany continues to grow. “Created in Germany” has become a close complement to the world-famous “Made in Germany” label. Painters, m
"05.10.2015 17:03:31" Timeline Photos The Brothers Grimm are arguably the most famous figures to have ever come from Hessen. They are best known for their Children's and Household Tales, the first edition of which was published in 1812 and is listed on UNESCO's Memory of the World Regist
"04.10.2015 21:03:26" Timeline Photos Perspective 4: As part of the celebration of #germany25reunified, there are many great events in Germany. One of the most spectacular celebrations is the Festival of Lights in Leipzig, which refers to the demonstration on October 9, 1989 when more th
"03.10.2015 19:05:29" Timeline Photos Perspective 3: Today, on October 3rd, Germany celebrates #germany25reunified! The Church of our Lady in Dresden is a symbol of great architecture and an icon of German unity. http://buzz.mw/bajpe_n
"02.10.2015 20:03:25" Timeline Photos Perspective 2: The East German border watchtower at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, which is the last of its kind still standing, is an eerie reminder of Germany and Berlin’s nearly 30-year division. #germany25reunified http://buzz.mw/bajph_n
"01.10.2015 23:00:00" luxeadventuretraveler.com Adventure and Wine on the Rheinsteig Trail - Luxe Adventure Traveler The Rheinsteig Trail runs for 320 kilometers from Bonn to Wiesbaden, passing by castles and through vineyards on the east bank of the Rhine River. The perfect combination of adventure and wine, the German National Tourist Office invited me to hike pa If you want to have a great wine and hiking experience in Germany, check out this amazing article about Adventure and Wine on the Rheinsteig Trail by Luxe Adventure Traveler and plan your trip to this gorgeous region. http://luxeadventuretraveler.com
"01.10.2015 20:08:34" Timeline Photos Perspective 1: There are only two days left until Germany will celebrate #germany25reunified. Germany’s capital Berlin has obviously seen much change since 1990. Today, you will still find many sights and places that bring you back 25 years. http://b
"30.09.2015 16:35:27" Timeline Photos The Romans brought wine to Germany’s soil and now you can trace the world of wine via the German Wine Route. Along 52 miles you’ll head from the border with France into the depths of Germany Wine Country. Happy #winewednesday! http://buzz.mw/banwy_n
"29.09.2015 18:52:13" This Saturday, October 3rd, Germany will celebrate its 25th Anniversary as a reunified country. Over the coming weeks, we’ll highlight 25 perspectives that make traveling our country so unique. We hope you’ll share any memories you have from 1989, 19 #germany25reunified This Saturday, October 3rd, Germany will celebrate its 25th Anniversary as a reunified country. Over the coming weeks, we’ll highlight 25 perspectives that make traveling our country so unique. We hope you’ll share any memories you have from 1989, 19
"29.09.2015 18:52:13" This Saturday, October 3rd, Germany will celebrate its 25th Anniversary as a reunified country. Over the coming weeks, we��ll highlight 25 perspectives that make traveling our country so unique. We hope you’ll share any memories you have from 1989, 19 #germany25reunified This Saturday, October 3rd, Germany will celebrate its 25th Anniversary as a reunified country. Over the coming weeks, we’ll highlight 25 perspectives that make traveling our country so unique. We hope you’ll share any memories you have from 1989, 19
"28.09.2015 21:32:25" Timeline Photos Freudenstadt in the Black Forest has a long history. With a huge market, building arcades and fountains you’ll certainly have picturesque moments. The town also sits perfectly in the Black Forest near river valleys and scenic routes. http://buzz.mw/b
"27.09.2015 21:05:31" Timeline Photos Trier is Germany’s oldest city and known for its huge amount of historical, Roman sights. The most famous landmark of this city is the Porta Nigra, the best-preserved city gate from Roman antiquity. Trier is also a really vibrant and young city thank
"27.09.2015 01:00:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “No Oktoberfest without traditional Bavarian folk music and... “No Oktoberfest without traditional Bavarian folk music and dances. Having an amazing time here today. #JoinGermanTradition #oktoberfest2015 Photo by:…” Oktoberfest in Munich is one-week old. Besides a large amount of beer and delicious German food, there are also traditional Bavarian folk dances like the “Schuhplattler” and others to enjoy on the Wiesn!
"25.09.2015 20:03:29" Timeline Photos Get this. The recipe for Thuringian bratwurst is 600 years old and remains a closely guarded secret among the 3,000 or so Thuringian butchers! Thuringia's ultimate fast food simply has to be accompanied by authentic Thuringian mustard. http://buzz.mw
"25.09.2015 12:48:29" Timeline Photos There’s the Bermuda Triangle, then there’s Germany’s version. The “Bermuda Triangle” in the heart of Bochum is the Ruhr region's largest and best-known district for restaurants and – more importantly – pubs. Besides the countless tiny bars, many of w
"24.09.2015 20:29:10" travelsquire.com Germany's Culinary Traditions It's no longer a secret: Germany is one of the great culinary destinations in Europe. Forget its old reputation for stodgy meat-and-potatoes fare. In Germany today you can eat very well indeed, from traditional regional dishes to the latest modern cu Check out Travel Squire as they travel Germany's food scene and discover how the regional delicacies shape our country. We're certainly not the land of brats, beer and sauerkraut!
"23.09.2015 16:35:28" Timeline Photos Find your favorite wine in one of Germany’s excellent wine shops, wine estates or wine exhibitions. You could even pay a personal call on the country’s top winemakers to sample and compare different types of their best wines. What are you waiting for
"22.09.2015 18:30:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Good evening from the Zwinger in Dresden! Of all the cities I... “Good evening from the Zwinger in Dresden! Of all the cities I visited on my trip across Germany, Dresden was the most beautiful. Stunning baroque skyline,…” If you are interested in culture and history, don’t miss out on visiting Dresden! The capital of the federal state Saxony offers a variety of historical landmarks, cultural events and highlights! http://buzz.mw/bal3k_l
"21.09.2015 21:31:37" www.germany.travel Gefillde and hoorische dumplings. | Tourism in Germany – travel, breaks, holidays Part of the Saarland 's mining heritage is its fondness for traditional homestyle cooking, especially potatobased dishes such as dumplings, which can be either meatfilled gefillde or plain hoorische . And after you've eaten your full, a walk is... If you’re looking for traditional home-style cooking you’ll need to get to the Saarland region in southwestern Germany. From hearty meat dishes with dumplings to apple wine and beer, the daily culture is filled with locally-made goodness and perfect
"20.09.2015 21:00:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Greetings from Stuttgart: 6th largest city in Germany and home to... “Greetings from Stuttgart: 6th largest city in Germany and home to Mercedes Benz and the Porsche. My morning postcard is from the Schlossplatz- a pretty…” When travelling in Germany, don’t miss Stuttgart, the capital of the federal state Baden Württemberg. The city combines culture, wine, cars and more.
"19.09.2015 19:05:35" www.germany.travel Erfurt: a city confident in its beauty. | Tourism in Germany – travel, breaks, holidays Churches, towers and bridges, great culture and glittering festivals: Erfurt offers medieval charm in abundance and a rich history combined with a lust for life and a warm welcome. Situated at the crossroads of ancient German and European trade ro... Erfurt offers a medieval charm and a rich history. Thuringia’s capital is a magnet for tourists from around the world. Our favorite tip: walk across the Krämerbrücke-a bridge lined with half-timber houses still inhabited today! Anyone else have tips
"18.09.2015 20:03:29" Timeline Photos When in Frankfurt make sure to try some Grüne Sauce! It traditionally contains 7 herbs and is served with boiled potatoes and hard-boiled eggs or with Schnitzel. Frankfurt even has a monument to this delicious sauce! http://buzz.mw/b64x3_n
"17.09.2015 20:53:26" Timeline Photos The Bremen Freimarkt, also known as “5th Bremen season” is celebrated for 17 days at the end of October. Dating back almost 1,000 years, the city is turned upside down by about 4 million visitors enjoying more than 50 fairground rides and countless c
"16.09.2015 16:35:32" Timeline Photos If you want to relive the Middle Ages in Germany, make sure to visit Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Nowhere else will you find such a wealth of original buildings dating from centuries ago! http://buzz.mw/b64xq_n
"15.09.2015 18:33:28" Timeline Photos Looking for a one-of-a-kind hotel experience? Look no further than a castle hotel stay in Germany. These lovingly and individually designed hotels provide a reminder of a time when Germany was ruled by princes and kings and bring the atmosphere of th
"14.09.2015 21:30:31" Timeline Photos Everybody knows the famous Oktoberfest with its “trachten” outfits, traditional music and beer. But, it’s just one of nearly 10,000 festivals that take place in Germany each year! We invite you to visit and #joingermantradition http://buzz.mw/b64sh_n
"13.09.2015 19:47:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Yummy! Traditional "#fischbrötchen" from the north or a... “Yummy! Traditional "#fischbrötchen" from the north or a "#wurstbrötchen" from the south of #Germany - which one would you prefer? #joingermantradition…” There are so many different regional delicacies in Germany! What’s your favorite “German Brötchen”?
"12.09.2015 18:53:27" Timeline Photos Frankfurt is first and foremost a city of growing modernity. Amongst the skyscrapers of “Mainhattan” you’ll find the old town and cobblestone streets-the foundations of the city along the river. If you’re able to explore between flight connections fr
"11.09.2015 20:03:26" Timeline Photos Did you ever try the Halloren Kugeln? The chocolate factory in Halle operating today is the oldest in Germany. The small chocolate covered-balls are filled with chocolate, cream and other flavor varieties. See if you can find them at a store near you
"10.09.2015 20:53:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Have a guess! In which German UNESCO world heritage site are we?... “Have a guess! In which German UNESCO world heritage site are we? © Karl Hoffmann #germanytourism #welterbegermany #travel” Speyer offers one of Germany’s largest and most important Romanesque buildings, the Speyer Cathedral, which was once the largest church in the western world!
"09.09.2015 16:36:31" Timeline Photos As you probably know - Soccer is huuuge in Germany. Therefore, get to know one of the most successful “Fußball Clubs” in Germany: record champion FC Bayern München. The largest soccer club museum in Germany is housed in the Allianz Arena! http://bu
"08.09.2015 21:31:28" Timeline Photos The Mines of Rammelsberg on the outskirts of the beautiful old town of Goslar were once the largest interconnected repositories of copper, lead and zinc ore in the world. They shaped the history and development of the town of Goslar in the Harz regio
"05.09.2015 19:15:36" Timeline Photos Charlottenburg Palace is known as one of the finest examples of baroque architecture in Germany. Originally planned as a small garden palace, it's the largest and most magnificent palace in Berlin today and easily accessible by public transportation.
"04.09.2015 20:03:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Who's hungry for some cake? Matt here again from @LandLopers and... “Who's hungry for some cake? Matt here again from @LandLopers and this morning I got up early to try something special. I joined the cake maker at the…” The Black Forest is home to the darkest, sweetest temptation in the whole of Germany – Black Forest Cake. Its key ingredients are Black Forest Kirschwasser, which gives the cake its unique flavor and of course cherries. #foodiefriday #joingermantradi
"03.09.2015 20:53:29" Timeline Photos When travelling to #Stuttgart, make sure to visit the Mercedes-Benz-Museum. You’ll be impressed by the 125 years of automotive history and this iconic brand. Any other tips for Stuttgart? http://buzz.mw/b6hg7_n
"02.09.2015 16:25:35" www.germany.travel The Moselle wine region: riesling at its best | Tourism in Germany – travel, breaks, holidays The Moselle, Saar and Ruwer rivers twist and turn in narrow loops through countryside where the Celts and Romans first cultivated wine 2,000 years ago. As a wine region, the Moselle is the oldest in Germany and the largest with vines on steep slop... As a wine region, the Moselle is the oldest in Germany and the largest with vines on steep slopes. The Riesling from this region is world famous for its unique taste. #winewednesday
"01.09.2015 21:02:36" If you love cheese, the area between the North Sea and the Baltic is the perfect spot for you. It's a real foodie heaven! Experiences with nature and fine food are the key ingredients of the approximately 310 mile long Schleswig-Holstein Cheese Route Schleswig-Holstein Cheese Route If you love cheese, the area between the North Sea and the Baltic is the perfect spot for you. It's a real foodie heaven! Experiences with nature and fine food are the key ingredients of the approximately 310 mile long Schleswig-Holstein Cheese Route
"01.09.2015 21:02:36" If you love cheese, the area between the North Sea and the Baltic is the perfect spot for you. It's a real foodie heaven! Experiences with nature and fine food are the key ingredients of the approximately 310 mile long Schleswig-Holstein Cheese Route Schleswig-Holstein Cheese Route If you love cheese, the area between the North Sea and the Baltic is the perfect spot for you. It's a real foodie heaven! Experiences with nature and fine food are the key ingredients of the approximately 310 mile long Schleswig-Holstein Cheese Route
"31.08.2015 20:55:30" There are numerous beautiful towns and lively cities in Germany. Whether Berlin, Munich or Hamburg they all have something unique. What German city or town do you love the most and want to see us highlight? http://buzz.mw/b6hgu_n
"30.08.2015 21:55:33" Secluded in southern Bavaria stands Linderhof Palace. Built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria, who also built the famous Neuschwanstein and Herrenchiemsee, the lesser-known Linderhof is the smallest and the only one which he lived to see completed. Don’t
"30.08.2015 03:59:00" This was a close race, but we finally have our winners! We’d like to introduce our next social media ambassadors: Whitney and Fiorella. Congratulations you two! We would like to thank everyone who participated in our Brand Ambassador Program. Please
"29.08.2015 19:11:32" The Cannstatter Festival is one of the biggest and most beautiful in the world. If you’ve visited Oktoberfest already, try this one out. It entices more than 3.5 million visitors to Stuttgart every year. #joingermantradition http://buzz.mw/b6kme_n
"28.08.2015 20:04:26" It's #foodiefriday and definitely time for a good German meal. What about a hock, some dumplings and a refreshing German beer? It looks so tasty! Have a nice and relaxing weekend! http://buzz.mw/b6kmd_n
"27.08.2015 20:53:26" When visiting Munich, don't miss the oldest and most central square in the heart of Bavarian’s capital: Marienplatz. It's the ideal base from which to explore the city and close by are some of Munich's most famous attractions like the Isartor, Karlsp
"26.08.2015 16:35:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Taking Germany's wine traditions literally - I slept in a wine... “Taking Germany's wine traditions literally - I slept in a wine barrel! When these old wine barrels couldn't be used for wine production anymore, someone…” Here’s a unique way of experiencing German wine culture: sleeping in an old wine barrel. In Rüdesheim, they have be turned into hotel rooms! #winewednesday
"25.08.2015 18:31:29" The name of this route speaks for itself: castle after castle and a never-ending number of romantic medieval towns. So go ahead, discover the “Castle Road” for yourself! http://buzz.mw/b6kul_n
"24.08.2015 21:35:00" Our Brand Ambassador Program ended this weekend and we would like to take a minute to thank everyone who participated! Whether it was by entry and/or vote, we were blown away by the results. In fact, it was so close that we are up to our elbows tally
"24.08.2015 20:56:38" Near the border with Belgium and the Netherlands you’ll find Aachen. Known for its relaxed atmosphere, residents, visitors and students alike enjoy the streets and sites of the city which was once named the center of Charlemagne’s European Empire aro
"23.08.2015 21:50:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “It's a beautiful summer afternoon by the Rhine. Let your thoughts... “It's a beautiful summer afternoon by the Rhine. Let your thoughts flow and see where the gentle currents take you. ~ @shivya . ====== #joingermantradition…” Nothing like a relaxing afternoon along the Rhine. We hope you’re enjoying your weekend!
"22.08.2015 19:54:26" Our new TOP 100 attractions in Germany ranking is out! Surprised by the results? http://buzz.mw/b6wk3_n
"21.08.2015 20:04:26" It's #foodiefriday! There are so many great restaurants in Germany that offer delicious menus and regional specialties. In fact, we have over 270 Michelin-starred restaurants! Check out the listing to learn more! #luxgermany http://buzz.mw/b6wky_n
"20.08.2015 20:55:31" This famous castle located in the state of Thuringia holds great historical importance. Almost 1,000 years old, it was here where young Martin Luther sought refuge in 1521 and where he translated the New Testament into German. Which castle is this? h
"19.08.2015 22:02:29" Usedom is one of the biggest Baltic Sea Islands in Germany and straddles the German-Polish border. Enjoy some relaxing hours on the 26 miles of fine sandy beaches or in one of the typical German wicker-beach-chairs. http://buzz.mw/b6wk6_n
"19.08.2015 16:36:36" In a few weeks, wine harvest starts in Germany and there are many festivals to go along. What is your favorite wine region or wine type in Germany? #winewednesday http://buzz.mw/b6wkq_n
"18.08.2015 23:30:01" Thanks to olloclip, our top 2 bloggers will utilize smartphone camera lenses during their trip in Germany! Our Brand Ambassador Program comes to a close this Saturday. Vote here: http://woobox.com/7gqsr4 #Come2Germany
"18.08.2015 21:22:35" Visit Bavaria The beautiful timbered houses are just one thing you can enjoy in Nuremberg. #Nuremberg is always worth a visit! Don't miss this historical city in Visit Bavaria and be impressed by the architecture and unique charm!
"18.08.2015 18:30:28" The Autostadt in Wolfsburg, located right next to the Volkswagen factory on the Mittelland Canal, is a modern adventure and leisure park for people of all ages. Check it out, you won’t be disappointed! http://buzz.mw/b6wkg_n
"17.08.2015 20:53:27" In a month Munich comes alive with Oktoberfest. Germany's biggest festival offers a variety of attractions and delicious food and drinks September 19 – October 4. Put on your Lederhosen and Dirndl, head to the Wiesn, order a Maß and prost! http://bu
"16.08.2015 21:51:36" When visiting Frankfurt, make sure to attend a symphony or concert in the Alte Oper in Frankfurt! The grand Frankfurt Opera Ball is the annual highlight in this prestigious building. If you can’t get in, enjoy a coffee or drink at the outdoor café ri
"15.08.2015 23:05:00" We’ve received a plateful of submissions and would like to thank those who have submitted and voted in our program. We’re heading into the last week – be sure to get your votes in for the blogger of your choice! http://woobox.com/7gqsr4 #Come2Germany
"15.08.2015 19:11:01" nytimes.com 36 Hours in Berlin Summertime highlights, when Berliners head outdoors, include a boat tour, riverside restaurants and evenings enjoying the view from a rooftop playground. Germany's capital #Berlin is always worth a visit. If you’ve got 36 Hours, you’ve got time. Get inspired by the following great video and article from TheNewYorkTimes and find out what makes this metropolis unique.
"14.08.2015 20:03:29" It's #foodiefriday! In southern and central Germany especially, people enjoy the more rustic food items. Wurstplatten (sausage plates) are very common in these regions. Did you ever try Ahle-Wurscht? It's a very delicious cured pork sausage from Hes
"13.08.2015 20:53:27" If you want to combine a lot of culture and history with some free time and shopping, don't miss Aachen. There are a lot of little boutiques surrounded by a range of sight-seeing opportunities in its historic district. http://buzz.mw/b62ka_n
"12.08.2015 22:01:28" While Oktoberfest gets the spotlight in September and October, there are other festivals taking place throughout Germany around the same time. The Cannstatter Wasen in Stuttgart is Baden-Württemberg's largest festival and the second-biggest beer fest
"12.08.2015 16:35:33" It's #winewednesday! Have you ever tried some wine from the Hessische Bergstrasse wine region? The viticulture of this region dates back to the 8th century! Although it's the smallest of Germanys 13 wine-regions, it produces some of the best wines. h
"11.08.2015 22:05:02" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Today we joined another german tradition (remembering our first... “Today we joined another german tradition (remembering our first Instagram tour to the Saarland Tafeltouren) and went on a hike to the as romantic as…” We never tire of looking at pictures of the romantic and beautiful Eltz Castle. We also never tire of sharing them with you!
"11.08.2015 18:33:00" Come Join German Tradition! From handicrafts and regional delicacies to festivals and traditional dress, Germany has loads of traditions and culture just waiting for you to experience! Thank you Reisefreunde for this gorgeous video! #joingermantradition
"10.08.2015 20:55:30" The Margravial Opera House in Bayreuth is one of the most famous theaters in Germany. Its 18th century baroque architecture is impressive and unsurpassed. Add this to your list of must-sees! http://buzz.mw/b62sx_n
"09.08.2015 21:50:30" Germany is famous for so many sausage dishes. The currywurst is one of the most popular to-go meals. Plus, there is even a currywurst museum! Berlin is famous for its currywurst. Do you guys have any tips for the best in Germany? #joingermantradition
"08.08.2015 19:45:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Repost @ay_photo, what a beautiful picture! Close to the region... “Repost @ay_photo, what a beautiful picture! Close to the region where three countries, Germany, France & Luxembourg, meet, you can find the Saar bow. It…” Close to the region where three countries, Germany, France & Luxembourg, meet, you can find the Saarschleife, or Saar bow. It is located in the German federal state of Saarland. What a gorgeous photo AY-Photo!!
"07.08.2015 17:32:00" landlopers.com Black Forest Cuisine: Eating My Way Around Freiburg A culinary look at Freiburg Germany and the surrounding Black Forest region. On this #foodiefriday we bring you a mouth-watering piece written by LandLopers highlighting our German delicacies like Black Forest Cake, Bratwurst, Wine Slushies and more. We can't decide which food item we want more!
"06.08.2015 20:54:25" The story of the Bremen Town Musicians (a donkey, dog, cat and rooster) is a famous fairytale and an emblem of the town. Most Germans first associate Bremen with these 4 animals. Have you ever read the fairytale or visited the statue? #joingermantrad
"06.08.2015 15:54:28" Rail Europe (North America) Germany is known for its beer, bratwurst, and castles, but we want to make an argument for its architecture. Love this shot, courtesy of our friends at Germany - The Travel Destination !
(PS: Select German Rail Passes are currently on sale! Get 2 fr Thanks Rail Europe (North America) for the love! We couldn't agree more: our architecture is amazing! Even better, all the great spots are accessible by train http://bit.ly/1IUdLcS
"05.08.2015 22:02:31" The Cologne Cathedral is one of the most popular attractions in Germany. At the time of completion in 1880, it was the tallest building in the world. Since 2006, it has been on the list of #UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Feel free to share your images,
"05.08.2015 19:05:00" Our Social Media Ambassador program is like a car race. This is the last lap for entry submission – the rest of the program will consist only of voting. We’re sending the top two bloggers with the most votes to Germany with a 1-week all expenses paid
"05.08.2015 16:36:32" Between the beautiful towns of Dresden and Meissen in Saxony lies Germany's smallest wine-growing region. It's also the most northerly in Europe. Have you ever tried some wine from the Saxon-Wine Route? #winewednesday http://buzz.mw/b6o6p_n
"04.08.2015 22:06:06" Sankt Peter Ording has one of the widest beaches in Germany. It's surrounded by dunes and pine forests, so it is a great place for relaxing and walking. #enjoygermannature http://buzz.mw/b6oq9_n
"04.08.2015 18:31:31" The Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg is Germany's largest club-festival and takes place from September 26 – 29. Besides attending one of nearly 400 concerts, revelers can find events throughout the many city districts. If you're in Hamburg, you shouldn
"03.08.2015 20:47:29" The Spree Forest of wetlands, woodlands and meadows is crossed by over 300 miles of water. Sometimes over water is the only way to reach secluded buildings. Between autumn and spring even the post is delivered by boat! http://buzz.mw/b6of0_n
"02.08.2015 21:56:32" There's the magnificent Neuschwanstein Castle and the lovely old town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber. But, there is so much more to see and experience in Germany. Have a look at our Top 100 sights - you may just get inspired for your next trip! http://b
"31.07.2015 20:04:30" www.germany.travel A 600-year-old classic. The Thuringian bratwurst. The recipe for Thuringian bratwurst , as enjoyed by Goethe, is 600 years old. But aside from the pork, marjoram, caraway and garlic, the full recipe remains a closely guarded secret among the 3,000 or so Thuringian butchers. All we do know is that... The recipe of this German delicacy is actually over 600 years old! Incredible don’t you think? We hope you have a happy #foodiefriday!
"30.07.2015 23:41:48" We recently launched our Brand Ambassador Program, a blogger/influencer social media campaign for all sorts of themes. For example: we’re in search of someone who loves to take long walks through fields of grapes. Someone who enjoys a good wine tasti
"30.07.2015 20:53:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Thanks a lot @moyatere for this stunning shot. Deep in the south... “Thanks a lot @moyatere for this stunning shot. Deep in the south of Germany lies the Berchtsgadener Land. This picture shows the municipality of Ramsau in…” Deep in the south of Germany lies Berchtsgadener Land. This picture shows the municipality of Ramsau in Bavaria. Thanks a lot @moyatere for this stunning shot. http://www.germany.travel/en/leisure-and-recreation/natural-landscapes/national-parks/berc
"29.07.2015 22:01:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Repost @visitcochem, stunning picture. This picture was taken in... “Repost @visitcochem, stunning picture. This picture was taken in the Calmont region, which is home to Europe's steepest vineyards. The river on the…” On this #winewednesday we bring you the Moselle wine region. Some of the best Riesling wines are produced here! This picture was taken in the Calmont region, which is home to Europe's steepest vineyards. http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-cult
"29.07.2015 16:36:32" As you have already proven, our followers won’t need more than two clues to recognize this German city. #1: With almost 1,000 years of history, this port city’s old town is protected as UNESCO World Heritage site. #2: This place is popular for a very
"28.07.2015 22:06:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Who can tell us the name of this castle? It is one of the... “Who can tell us the name of this castle? It is one of the numerous castles located at the Mosel and was constructed as early as 1100. © Gundhard Marth…” This could be easy, but which castle is this? It is one of the numerous castles located along the Moselle and constructed as early as the year 1100! http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-culture/palaces-parks-gardens/palaces-parks-gardens.html
"28.07.2015 18:32:28" If you’re in #Frankfurt around August 28 – 30, you shouldn’t miss the Museum Embankment Festival. With around three million visitors every year, it’s one of the largest festivals of culture in Europe and offers a program full of live entertainment, a
"27.07.2015 19:06:34" When travelling along the “International Dollart Route” in the northern part of Germany you can find, among other things, houses with thatch rooftops just like this one. Pretty unique right?! #joingermantradition http://buzz.mw/b67i2_n
"25.07.2015 22:01:33" #Zollverein Coal Mine in #Essen is a cultural highlight in the Ruhr region and a living museum of mining history and the development of industrial architecture. Absolutely worth a visit and with good reason- it’s a UNESCO World Heritage site! #Welter
"24.07.2015 20:03:01" Visit Bavaria Yummy! Treat yourself: Bavarian "Prinzregententorte" #BavarianFood Other than the well-known Black Forest Cake there are so many more delicious cakes you shouldn’t miss when in #Germany! Just like this Bavarian "Prinzregententorte"! Sooo good! #foodiefriday #foodanddrink #joingermantradition http://www.germany.trave
"23.07.2015 20:53:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Repost @capitals_of_our_world, thanks a lot!! Berlin - Germany's... “Repost @capitals_of_our_world, thanks a lot!! Berlin - Germany's capital, the largest city of the country, its political and historical center. Among the…” Thx @capitals_of_our_world for this amazing shot of #visitBerlin! What are your favorite spots in the city? http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-culture/towns-cities/berlin.html
"22.07.2015 21:35:30" We’re on the lookout for the top bloggers/influencers of every theme you can imagine (cars, fashion, travel, food, drinks, history, etc.). Interested in becoming one of our Social Media Ambassadors? We have two all-expense paid trips to Germany to gi
"22.07.2015 16:36:33" The Rheingauer Weinwoche (Rheingau Wine Week) in Wiesbaden will take place from August 14 - 23, 2015 and offers a great range of local treats and delicious wines! If you’ve never visited before, now is a great time to do so! #joingermantradition #foo
"21.07.2015 18:30:01" The federal state of Schleswig-Holstein is the northernmost state of Germany. The land between the North Sea and the Baltic offers its visitors unique towns, endless beaches and is an ideal holiday destination for families, water sports enthusiasts a
"20.07.2015 19:08:27" When traveling along River Danube you will come along a small Abbey called Weltenburg near Kelheim. Enjoy a traditional Bavarian meal and drink-up locally-brewed beer in the beer garden. Fun fact: Weltenburg Abbey brewery is believed by many to be th
"18.07.2015 22:00:00" Berlin, Germany’s capital and cultural center, dates back to the 13th century. Divided during the Cold War, today it's popular for its art scene, nightlife and diverse architecture! Enjoy our new video of Berlin! #germany25reunified
"17.07.2015 20:30:30" The city we are looking for is famous for its university, its historical heritage and its status as a media hub! This regional capital has three most defining features: a Romanesque cathedral, the Gutenberg printing press and the Rhineland carnival!
"16.07.2015 20:35:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Such a beautiful shot @jvodickaphotography, thanks a lot for... “Such a beautiful shot @jvodickaphotography, thanks a lot for sharing. "Nestled in a valley just beyond the small town of Gerold in Germany lies the�” We love sharing images of the region near Garmisch-Partenkirchen - the lakes and mountains just pair so well together. Thanks a lot for sharing JVodicka Photography Just stunning! http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-culture/towns-cities/garmisc
"15.07.2015 20:02:30" www.germany.travel Hessen's signature drink. Apfelwein. Apfelwein , also known as stöffche or ebbelwei, is a type of cider that has long been considered the signature drink of the Hessen region. In and around Frankfurt in particular, you can find lots of inviting cider houses and beer gardens where... Happy #winewednesday! #Apfelwein is a type of apple cider and a typical drink in the state of Hesse. You should enjoy it in a cider house or a beer garden where Apfelwein is served the old-fashioned way: in a blue earthenware pitcher. So delicious an
"15.07.2015 16:33:49" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “This picture was taken at the Imperial Castle, which is a part of... “This picture was taken at the Imperial Castle, which is a part of the Nuremberg Castle. Its oldest parts were constructed more than 800 years ago. Thanks…” This picture was taken at the Imperial Castle, which is a part of the Nuremberg Castle. Its oldest parts were constructed more than 800 years ago! Thanks @patmirlach for sharing this beautiful picture. http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-cultur
"14.07.2015 21:16:43" instagram.com Andrew John Virtue Dobson on Instagram: “Remember back in April when I got stuck at the... “Remember back in April when I got stuck at the Frankfurt airport for over 8 hours on my way home from Dubrovnik and wrote "Grindr saves the day at…” Lucky DobbernationLOVES was the first journalist ever to experience the airport's VIP service program at the Frankfurt Airport! It’s an access, typically used by heads of state, celebrities and fancy jet-setters. We are jealous!
"14.07.2015 18:30:01" tripfilms.com Cologne Perfume Museum: The Best Smelling Museum in the World Get Lost in Germany with Kelley FerroIt might seem obvious that perfume was invented in Cologne, but the history behind this 'eau de parfum' is fascinating. This entertaining tour/performance brings you back to the Middle Ages and takes you through t Eau de Cologne and 4711 are two well-known perfume brands from Cologne-with a history dating back 300 years! At the 4711 House, visitors can immerse themselves in the world of scents. Activities include a fragrance seminar, in which visitors have the
"13.07.2015 23:12:30" www.germany.travel Bremerhaven: maritime museums and benevolent spirits Seafaring is an integral part of Bremerhaven's past and present. Indeed it was the ambitious sailing voyages of the early 19th century that led to the founding of the town in 1827. Today Bremerhaven preserves a great deal of Germany's maritime her... Bremerhaven has a number of sites and attractions worth a visit. The Klimahaus, German Maritime Museum and the German Emigration Center and more are found among the old and new harbor, shedding light on the maritime history as well as German heritage
"13.07.2015 20:10:09" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “With this shot from the big party in #Berlin we wish you a great... “With this shot from the big party in #Berlin we wish you a great evening. There is nothing more to say. Thanks to the DFB-Team:…” It was a year ago today that Germany conquered the soccer world with a 1-0 win over Argentina in the FIFA World Cup final. – We need to admit: We are still very proud of our team!
"11.07.2015 22:00:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Thanks a lot @bemytravelmuse for this amazing picture. Here you... “Thanks a lot @bemytravelmuse for this amazing picture. Here you can see a part of Heidelbergs old town and the old bridge. This city in Baden-Württemberg…” This beautiful place is Heidelberg! It’s one of our Historic Highlights of Germany cities and should definitively be on your bucket list. http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-culture/towns-cities/historic-highlights-of-germany/heidelberg.html
"10.07.2015 20:04:28" www.germany.travel Maultaschen. Swabian ravioli. There are competing theories as to how maultaschen , or 'Swabian ravioli', first came about. One theory holds that the Cistercian monks of Maulbronn Monastery hence the name maultaschen were loath to go without meat during Lent. So they concealed... This popular Swabian dish was invented by imaginative monks who weren’t allowed to eat meat during Lent. Therefore, they hid the forbidden food from the sight of the Lord by enclosing it in a pasta dough. We think Maultaschen are just delicious!
"10.07.2015 16:24:24" thatbackpacker.com Living Traditions in Germany's Spree Forest A visit to Germany's Spree Forest Spreewald, where you can go punting, sample pickles, and learn about the local Sorbian culture. Meet Audrey from That Backpacker and check out her new article about her time in the Spree Forest, a beautiful area just 90 minutes outside of #Berlin. She discovered the Sorbian culture, visited at a Pickle Museum (yes, that exists!) and a German Sa
"09.07.2015 19:24:33" Mein Hamburg Ein Film sagt mehr als tausend Worte...
http://www.hamburg-tourism.de/sehenswertes/historisches-hamburg/unesco-weltkulturerbe/ The Speicherstadt in Hamburg just became the 40th UNESCO World Heritage Site in Germany! Congratulations to Hamburg Tourism! We are very happy for you!
"08.07.2015 20:02:25" Where the country was once separated into East and West, you can now find more than 5,200 species of flora and fauna, some of which were thought to be extinct. Bit by bit, the “Green Belt” is becoming a great region for biking, hiking & nature walks.
"07.07.2015 18:31:30" www.germany.travel Coffee in Bremen. Decaff or regular? The first coffee shop in the German-speaking countries opened here in the far north of the country in 1673. Since then, coffee has become a daily essential for practically everyone. An... Every second cup of coffee enjoyed in Germany has its origins in Bremen. Coffee roasting is something of a tradition on the Weser River -the first coffee shop in Germany opened here in 1673. Make sure to enjoy a cup when in town! #joingermantradition
"06.07.2015 21:53:27" How well do you know your German castles? Any idea what this majestic castle is called? http://buzz.mw/b61ag_n
"03.07.2015 20:04:26" Saarschleife is one of the better known sights of the small state of Saarland. If you are lucky, you can take photos just like this one! Beautiful shot Caspar Diederik! #photofriday http://buzz.mw/b66ll_n
"02.07.2015 20:53:25" Ever thought of traveling along a scenic route to discover Germany? You may have heard of the Romantic Road, which includes Rothenburg ob der Tauber and the Neuschwanstein Castle. But there are actually 150 other routes to travel along – like the Gla
"02.07.2015 17:27:00" Ok, so there's of course German Beer, but do you know what other kinds of drink choices we have? Enjoy our explanation and we welcome you to #joingermantradition!
"01.07.2015 20:03:30" www.cntraveler.com The Most Beautiful Islands in Europe Are in...Germany? Once the playground of West and East Germanyâs elite, respectively, the islands of Sylt and RÃ¼gen are reminders of the country's throughthelookingglass historyâand reveal a side of the country relatively few outsiders have ever seen. Conde Nast Traveler shared this beautiful photo selection from the islands of Rügen and Sylt. Like many, they’re just as surprised to learn of Germany’s gorgeous islands. We recommend you visit them, too!
"30.06.2015 18:33:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Few minutes away from Freiburg, Mount Feldberg is the highest... “Few minutes away from Freiburg, Mount Feldberg is the highest point of the Black Forest. Amazing view from the Feldsee lake to the Alps ! Pic by…” A few minutes outside of Freiburg you can find Mount Feldberg! It is the highest point of the Black Forest, one of our favorite regions in Baden-Württemberg. This view is pretty amazing! #TT http://www.germany.travel/en/sustainable-travel/sustainable
"29.06.2015 22:42:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Good Morning ! I'm @mmeoreille, a french blogger currently... “Good Morning ! I'm @mmeoreille, a french blogger currently visiting Baden-Württemberg and this is a place I fell in love with : Ettlingen, right next to…” This marvelous photo was taken in Ettlingen, just a short drive outside of Karlsruhe in Southwest Germany. It makes us want to take a summer stroll along the river with some ice-cream. Thank you @mmeoreille for sharing this image with us! http://www.
"27.06.2015 22:00:31" We never grow tired of showcasing Germany’s various castles & palaces. They’re often surrounded by beautifully landscaped parks & gardens worth a visit any time of year. Any guesses where this is located? http://buzz.mw/b6q7s_n
"26.06.2015 20:03:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “After our trip on the schooner "Oban" and watching the first... “After our trip on the schooner "Oban" and watching the first races of the Kiel Regatta we spent some time at the beach of Strande, a small town outside…” Along the beaches of Germany's North Sea and Baltic coastlines you will find these comfortable wicker beach chairs. Not only do they look great, they also offer protection from the sun and wind. Plus, there’s even a tradition of beach-chair racing. H
"25.06.2015 20:53:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Incredible! So many of you have already tagged a picture with... “Incredible! So many of you have already tagged a picture with #germany25reunified. Thanks! That is awesome. Here you see one from @msglc Is the…” Thanks @msglc for this great image of the #Hofbräuhaus in #Munich. The next time you’re in the city you should definitively drop by and enjoy some typical Bavarian food, beer and atmosphere! #joingermantradition http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cit
"25.06.2015 16:45:01" landlopers.com My First Travel Date With Stuttgart Germany A look at my first experience traveling in Stuttgart, Germany. Matt Long from LandLopers provides a great glimpse of #Stuttgart. From his thoughts on the old town, the city vibe to Maultaschen we can’t help urge you all to visit! http://landlopers.com/2015/06/24/first-stuttgart-germany
"24.06.2015 20:03:32" www.germany.travel Lübeck marzipan. Sweet temptation of the north. Nowhere is Schleswig Holstein's sweet tooth more apparent than in Lübeck, home of the worldfamous Lübeck marzipan. Once the preserve of the wealthy and the powerful, the marzipan is still largely produced by hand. At the Niederegger Marz... Lübeck in the north is famous for its #Marzipan! Although it wasn't invented in the city, Marzipan was definitively perfected here. Our tip: get to the Niederegger Café! #joingermantradition #foodanddrink
"23.06.2015 18:30:28" We love this image. Any idea which city in Germany this could be? http://buzz.mw/b6gc2_n
"22.06.2015 21:53:25" The Rheinsteig Trail is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year! The path curves along the Rhine from Wiesbaden to Bonn, passing a series of old castles, cliffs and vineyards.
#Traveltip: Make sure not to miss the mysterious Loreley rock! http://
"20.06.2015 22:03:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Thanks @anggiangela for this amazing picture of Nürnberg.... “Thanks @anggiangela for this amazing picture of Nürnberg. Nürnberg is the second biggest city in Bavaria and has a history of almost 1000 years.…” What a great picture of #Nuremberg! The city has a history of almost 1,000 years and visitors love its various facets. What is your favorite place to see, thing to do and food to eat when in Nuremberg? http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-cultur
"19.06.2015 08:03:00" There is so much to discover when traveling along Danube River. Get on your bike and explore Germany’s beautiful nature!
"18.06.2015 21:47:00" Check out this Backpacker's Guide to Stuttgart Tourismus. You don't have to be backpacking, though, to enjoy these tips! Maultaschen, Spätzle or Fladle Pancake Soup… we can’t decide which of these dishes from the Stuttgart region we enjoy best!
"18.06.2015 17:48:59" Visit Karlsruhe Happy Birthday, Karlsruhe! Ab jetzt wird gefeiert - und zwar 100 Tage lang! KA300 Happy 300th Birthday to the city of Karlsruhe! The celebration will take place over 100 days this summer, so make sure to visit the city near the Black Forest. http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-culture/towns-cities/karlsruhe.html
"17.06.2015 20:03:29" www.germany.travel Winegrowing regions: vintage countryside German wines are grown in special places. The varied soil types of Germany's 13 winegrowing regions produce exquisite wines, from crisp rieslings to floral... Happy #Winewednesday to you! Our 13 winegrowing regions in #Germany are not only home to the famous Riesling, but also a whole lot of other delicious wines. Discover them this summer!
"16.06.2015 18:30:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Great view by @arrivalguides from the Middle Rhine region. If you... “Great view by @arrivalguides from the Middle Rhine region. If you look closely you can see the Lorelei rock in the background. The castle on the picture…” Happy #TravelTuesday! If you look closely you can see the famous Lorelei rock in the background. The castle in the picture is called Katz Castle and was built around 1371! The original name of the castle is Neukatzenelnbogen, which roughly translates
"15.06.2015 21:53:30" www.germany.travel Villeroy & Boch. Manufacturers of tradition. More than 260 years of Villeroy & Boch's history are brought to life inside the Old Abbey in Mettlach, the magnificent baroque building where the company has its headquarters. The discovery centre features scenes of days gone by in the Keravision ... For more than 260 years, the strong brand Villeroy & Boch has developed into a large manufacturer of ceramics known for excellent quality. The company headquarters is located in Mettlach, 19 miles south of Trier. If you visit the historical museum ca
"13.06.2015 22:00:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Amazing view of Dresden and the Elbe at sunset. Thanks... “Amazing view of Dresden and the Elbe at sunset. Thanks @storytravelers for this beautiful shot. #dresden #elbe #river #city #sun #sunset #beautiful…” When you are looking for both historical sights and a vivid atmosphere you will find it in #Dresden. Thank you @storytravelers for this impressive image! http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-culture/towns-cities/magic-cities/dresden.html
"12.06.2015 08:04:27" With 1,500 different varieties, #Germany is famous for its excellent range of sausages. Whether the Bavarian #Weisswurst, tasty Frankfurter or the popular Thuringian bratwurst they epitomize Germany. What are your favorites? #joingermantradition #foo
"11.06.2015 20:53:30" www.germany.travel 114th Rhine Funfair The biggest funfair alongside the Rhine river. From July 17 – July 26 you can experience the biggest funfair on the Rhine in #Dusseldorf. If you do, make sure to enjoy some free time strolling the city, which also happens to be the fashion capital of Germany. So, don’t miss the chance to go #shop
"10.06.2015 20:02:01" The summer season has arrived in #Germany. Time to show you the various warm-weather sides of our beautiful country. #germanytravel http://www.germany.travel/en/leisure-and-recreation/natural-landscapes/natural-landscapes.html
"09.06.2015 18:30:32" landlopers.com A German Fairy Tale Come To Life: Exploring Rothenburg Exploring the beautiful Germany town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber. A variety of lucky historical twists made sure that we can still experience the mediaeval old town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Colorful, half-timbered houses unchanged for centuries make you feel like you’re in your favorite fairytale.
"08.06.2015 21:53:30" Who has been to the Black Forest of #Germany and what did you think? We want to see your pictures! Tag @GermanyTourism or use #germanytravel. We may even wish to reshare. http://buzz.mw/b6bj0_n
"06.06.2015 22:00:32" If you plan on being in #Cologne on July 11th, don’t miss Cologne Lights, one of Europe's most beautiful and most spectacular musical fireworks displays, right in the middle of the river Rhine. http://buzz.mw/b6ike_n
"05.06.2015 21:42:32" www.germany.travel DÃ¶ppekuchen potato flan. An Eifel speciality. | Tourism in Germany â travel, breaks, holidays DÃ¶ppekuchen is a typical dish from the Eifel region , traditionally made with grated potato, bacon and onion. These ingredients are based on the recipe for kartoffelpuffer potato fritters, though the people of the Eifel were the first in German... As you might know: #Potatoes are very popular in #Germany. There are countless dishes made with them just like the Döppekuchen from the Eifel region! #joingermantradition #foodiefriday
"04.06.2015 17:26:29" The #Völklingen Ironworks are the world's only surviving smelting works from the Golden Age of the iron and steel industry. Over 20 years ago the compound became the first industrial monument on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Today, it’s a cultural
"03.06.2015 20:05:36" Dear fans of Wagner’s operas: safe the date! Between July 25 and August 28 the world-class event, the #Bayreuth Festival will take place. Make sure you grab the last tickets. Even if you can’t join the festival – you will be impressed by the beauty o
"03.06.2015 15:46:32" landlopers.com Discovering Esslingen - Germany's Real Medieval City "...Esslingen isn’t just a nice city to spend some time in but one that absolutely should be on your own German travel bucket list." During his travels through #Germany, Matt Long from LandLopers also got the chance to visit #Esslingen. In his blog he describes how impressed he was of this marvelous town with its more than 200 half-timbered houses. You will love the pictures he to
"02.06.2015 18:30:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Beautiful shot by @serialtourist Thanks for sharing! This is the... “Beautiful shot by @serialtourist Thanks for sharing! This is the famous Burg Eltz near the river Mosel. #germany #joingermantradition #deutschland…” This beautiful building is located near the Moselle River between Koblenz and Trier. After a short hike, you will be treated with an amazing view of the #Eltz #Castle, which has been owned by the same family for over 800 years. http://www.germany.tra
"01.06.2015 21:52:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Have you ever tried a pretzel with cream cheese? @emmalucey did... “Have you ever tried a pretzel with cream cheese? @emmalucey did and took this lovely shot + she is back in #germany. Follow her adventures for…” This is maybe as famous as the German beer: the Pretzel. We love it with crème cheese, butter, in combination with a Bavarian weisswurst or just plain. Is there a better snack in the morning? Discover other typical #German #foodanddrink http://www.g
"30.05.2015 22:00:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “This is the eighth German World Heritage Site of @michaelturtle... “This is the eighth German World Heritage Site of @michaelturtle challenge. The Würzburg Residence - one of the finest baroque palaces in the world. So he…” The #Würzburg Residenz is one of the finest Baroque palaces and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We definitely recommend a visit and be sure to enjoy a glass of wine in the town afterwards!
"29.05.2015 21:43:24" Looking for some relaxation? Our #traveltip this Friday is the federal state of Schleswig-Holstein. In the land between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea you will find places far off the beaten path. http://buzz.mw/b68ja_n
"28.05.2015 17:25:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Here is an other amazing pic from our picture contest for... “Here is an other amazing pic from our picture contest for #germany25reunified. Isn't that a beautiful shot of Lake Königsee? Tanks to @blueglacier…” You can find this beautiful lake approximately 75 miles from #Munich. Who of you have already had the chance to visit Lake #Königssee? http://www.germany.travel/en/leisure-and-recreation/natural-landscapes/national-parks/berchtesgaden-national-park.h
"27.05.2015 20:02:00" instagram.com Historic Highlights of Germany on Instagram: “The Old Town of #Mainz in #Germany!... “The Old Town of #Mainz in #Germany! #historicgermany #WeAreGermany #JoinGermanTradition #Wine #Rhine” The history of #Mainz dates back almost 2,000 years. It has a beautiful old town with picturesque buildings and small, narrow streets. It is also considered Germany’s wine capital! #winewednesday http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-culture/town
"26.05.2015 19:33:24" Matt Long recently wrote about his unique stay at the Sababurg castle. There are so many more opportunities to experience a night at such a historical place, like here on the Wartburg Castle. Looks amazing doesn’t it? #luxgermany http://buzz.mw/b68j6
"23.05.2015 22:00:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Such a wonderful experience to witness how bread is baked in a... “Such a wonderful experience to witness how bread is baked in a traditional German way. That's what our #JoinGermanTradition group did today at the Johann-…” Bread is very much part of the German Culture. Germany produces more varieties of breads than any other country and uses almost all available types of grain. Do you have a favorite? #joingermantradition
"22.05.2015 21:42:01" youtube.com Backpacker Survival Guide: Leipzig Mike Corey from http://www.kickthegrind.tv/ was on tour in Leipzig. The video will provide all backpackers all information they would need to know prior to a... Quarkkeulchen is a typical sweet dish from #Leipzig. Watch Mike Corey’s Backpacker Survival Guide in the hometown of this delicious treat! Kick The Grind TV
"21.05.2015 17:20:02" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Good morning from Amrum from @voyagesetc A great day for you all!... “Good morning from Amrum from @voyagesetc A great day for you all! #jaimelallemagne #welterbegermany #germany #amrum #northsea #europe #travel #tourism” Have you ever thought about an island vacation in #Germany? No? Than you should consider it on your next trip! You can find this light house when wandering along a beach that seems to stretch on forever. The north Frisian island of #Amrum offers you
"20.05.2015 20:03:28" www.germany.travel Hessen's signature drink. Apfelwein. | Tourism in Germany â travel, breaks, holidays Apfelwein , also known as stÃ¶ffche or ebbelwei , is a type of cider that has long been considered the signature drink of the Hessen region. In and around Frankfurt in particular, you can find lots of inviting cider houses and beer gardens where... #Apfelwein is a type of apple cider and a typical drink in the state of Hesse. You should enjoy it in a cider house or a beer garden where Apfelwein is served the old-fashioned way: in a blue earthenware pitcher. So delicious and refreshing! … #joing
"19.05.2015 18:36:00" “Follow me” is our new promotional video about #Germany, we hope it will inspire you to visit! #TT
"18.05.2015 21:52:37" You can find half-timbered houses throughout #Germany. That’s why there is a 1,850 mile-long route which showcases the various half-timbered styles in around 100 towns from Stade to Meersburg on Lake Constance. #joingermantradition http://buzz.mw/b6f
"15.05.2015 21:53:25" www.germany.travel German cuisine â from gourmet delights to currywurst | Tourism in Germany â travel, breaks, holidays Cuisine in Germany is as diverse as the regions in which it is made. Good oldfashioned taverns, more than 200 starrated restaurants and everything inbet... Experience an excellent dinner prepared by a Top chef in one of more than 200 Michelin-starred restaurants located in Germany. #foodanddrink #foodiefriday
"14.05.2015 16:36:36" One of the many places to visit this summer is Lake Constance. Check out the Flower Island of #Mainau or historical Island #Reichenau, explore the lake by doing a sailing trip or a bike tour along the waterfront and stopover in the picturesque towns
"13.05.2015 20:07:30" The Franconian Wine Region is one of 13 wine regions located in #Germany. When visiting Würzburg or Rothenburg ob der Tauber don’t miss out on trying original Franconian wine. #winewednesday http://buzz.mw/bqvym_n
"12.05.2015 18:30:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Wonderful shot by @photographvkp That is the Neues Rathaus in... “Wonderful shot by @photographvkp That is the Neues Rathaus in Hannover. #germany #germanytourism #travel #tourism #hannover #townhall #beautiful #amazing…” This impressive building is the Neue Rathaus in #Hannover, one of two town halls situated in the city. Discover what else there is to see in #Hannover! http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-culture/towns-cities/hannover.html
"11.05.2015 21:53:24" The famous brothers Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm are responsible for many well-known fairytales. The region around their hometown was the inspiration for many stories. Check out the Museum in #Kassel devoted just to them! #joingermantradition http://buzz.
"09.05.2015 22:00:02" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “We wish you a happy Sunday and hope you have time to enjoy a... “We wish you a happy Sunday and hope you have time to enjoy a coffee outside of a nice restaurant as here in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin. Thanks to…” We hope you have a great weekend and can enjoy some time at a café in the sun! Just like in this image, which was taken in Prenzlauer Berg, #Berlin. Remember to follow us on Instagram @GermanyTourism or tag images with #germanytourism. We may feature
"08.05.2015 20:37:01" Visit Bavaria Schuhplattln, the traditional bavarian dance. #bavariantradition This way of dancing is called “Schublattln.” It’s a folk dance popular in the Alpine regions of Bavaria and mainly performed for a special occasion. We dare you to try it yourself…or maybe you already have!
"07.05.2015 17:25:00" The #Saarland – smallest of the 16 federal states in #Germany, is popular for its spectacular culinary delights and amazing walking tours along the picturesque Saarschleife! @Kickthegrind and StoryTravelers captured their journey in this video. Have
"06.05.2015 20:02:00" #Rügen is famous for its snow white chalk cliffs, but the Island located in the Baltic Sea has so much more to offer. If you are looking for a relaxed vacation and want to explore Germany’s beautiful landscape don’t miss this gorgeous, off the beaten
"05.05.2015 18:31:29" www.germany.travel All aboard! Seafaring in Hamburg. | Tourism in Germany â travel, breaks, holidays Where better than Hamburg for a maritime museum? It is impossible to imagine this Hanseatic city without its seafaring heritage, and the International Maritime Museum in Hamburg is a must for anyone interested in ships and life at sea. Housed in K... 3,000 years of history about explorers, conquerors, captains and sailors can be found in the International Maritime Museum in #visitHamburg. It’s a must for anyone interested in maritime history. #joingermantradition #artsandcrafts #TT
"04.05.2015 21:52:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Thanks to our friend @fotoeinsfor this shot of the Krämerbrücke... “Thanks to our friend @fotoeinsfor this shot of the Krämerbrücke in Erfurt. Beautiful! #gtm15 #joingermantradition #thueringen #erfurt #fotoeins #germany…” When walking across the Krämerbrücke (Merchants' Bridge) in #Erfurt you may not realize you’re on a bridge. 62 half-timbered historical buildings, once stores and living quarters of merchants, line the sides. Today, locals still choose to live on the
"02.05.2015 16:15:02" instagram.com Historic Highlights of Germany on Instagram: “The Porta Nigra in #Trier in #Germany was built by... “The Porta Nigra in #Trier in #Germany was built by the #Romans over 1,200 years ago! #historicgermany #WeAreGermany #UNESCO #JoinGermanTradition…” If you’re a fan of the history found in #Germany and are on Instagram, make sure to follow @historicgermany! You’ll discover places like the Porta Nigra in #Trier. Built by the Romans over 1,200 years ago. http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-cu
"01.05.2015 22:10:00" instagram.com Anthony D. on Instagram: “if I had to pick a favorite German tradition it'd be this one -... “if I had to pick a favorite German tradition it'd be this one - #joingermantradition” With around 5,000 different beers brewed in more than 1,300 breweries, Germany is rightly known as the land of beer! Every beer is produced in line with the German Beer Purity Law, which permits only the traditional ingredients of water, malt, hops a
"30.04.2015 19:33:23" When staying in Hamburg make sure to walk along the Landungsbrücken promenade and explore the city in a “Barkasse,” that’s how the inhabitants of the city call a small boat. While floating along the channels, which are called “Fleete” you can have a
"29.04.2015 21:03:28" landlopers.com Sababurg - Spending The Night In The Sleeping Beauty Castle A unique hotel experience in Germany: Sababurg The Sleeping Beauty Castle. You NEED TO read Matt Long’s LandLopers new blog post about his experience in staying in the Sleeping Beauty Castle Sababurg. We can highly recommend a stay in a castle hotel after reading this!
"29.04.2015 04:25:00" Want to discover the Spree Forest? We suggest doing it by canoe! Don’t forget to try one of the famous gherkins while you’re there. #germany25reunified #germanytourism #spreewald
"28.04.2015 18:30:29" Friday is May 1 and in some regions of #Germany the day is celebrated with unique Maypoles, decorated with emblems depicting local crafts and industry. Who has experienced the Maibaum festival? #joingermantradition #TT #livingtraditions http://buzz.m
"27.04.2015 21:53:27" King Ludwig II of Bavaria was responsible for the famous Neuschwanstein castle and Herrenchiemsee. The lesser-known Linderhof Palace is the smallest and the only one which he lived to see completed. Don’t miss to visit this wonderful place when trave
"26.04.2015 19:01:27" Love cheese? In northern #Germany there is a scenic route covering 310 miles devoted to cheese-touring. Plus, along the way you’ll hit cities like Hamburg, Kiel and Lübeck! #joingermantradition #foodanddrink http://buzz.mw/bqxt7_n
"24.04.2015 21:59:26" The #German #Food Tour in #Berlin leads you to hidden restaurants in small side streets, where you can enjoy traditionally made German food at its best. Make sure to come with an empty stomach! #JoinGermanTradtion #foodanddrink #Foodiefriday http://b
"23.04.2015 21:30:01" White chalk cliffs, amazing wilderness and mouth-watering seafood are just a few of the ways one comes to describe #Germany’s Islands. This summer, we invite you to explore them yourselves! http://www.germany.travel/en/leisure-and-recreation/germanys
"22.04.2015 19:01:42" Visit Bavaria Many traditional houses in Bavaria have a colourful und nicely decorated facade - we call it "Lüftlmalerei". When traveling through southern #Bavaria you will find these beautifully decorated houses set in the foothills of the #German #Alps. These traditional paintings are called “Lüftlmalerei” and are very unique to the region. They depict saints, professi
"21.04.2015 21:27:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Matt from @LandLopers here one last time - reporting from my... “Matt from @LandLopers here one last time - reporting from my final destination Hamburg. Thank you so very much for following along as I explored areas of…” Matt from LandLopers wrapped up his trip from southern #Germany to the northern city of #Hamburg with this beautiful image of the Speicherstadt-the old warehouse district worth seeing. Thanks to Matt for his wonderfully inspiring images of #Germany a
"20.04.2015 21:52:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Matt from @Landlopers here reporting live from one of the most... “Matt from @Landlopers here reporting live from one of the most unique sleeping experiences I've had - the Sleeping Beauty Castle! That's right tonight I…�� The almost 700-year-old castle Sababurg is said to have been the inspiration for the Brothers Grimm fairy tale "Sleeping Beauty." Matt from LandLopers certainly had a memorable stay! https://instagram.com/p/1qx8oOMSfr/?taken-by=germanytourism
"18.04.2015 16:00:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “The National Park of Saxon Switzerland in eastern Germany,... “The National Park of Saxon Switzerland in eastern Germany, south-east of Dresden offers endless ways to spend your holiday. The 93 km region between Pirna…” The National Park of Saxon Switzerland is one of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe. The region south-east from Dresden provides more than 700 summits for rock climber enthusiasts, 154 square miles of marked hiking-trails and an abundance of cyc
"17.04.2015 21:59:28" The Allgäuer Cheese Route runs for approximately 93 miles through southern Germany offering you the chance to learn all about delicious varieties of cheese. Numerous alpine dairies are open to visitors and offer tours and cheese tasting sessions! #fo
"16.04.2015 19:33:58" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Who's hungry for some cake? Matt here again from @LandLopers and... “Who's hungry for some cake? Matt here again from @LandLopers and this morning I got up early to try something special. I joined the cake maker at the…” For an afternoon delight, nothing beats a Black Forest Cake. Matt from LandLopers got to make one on his own today in Freiburg. Who else is jealous?! #joingermantradition #foodanddrink https://instagram.com/p/1iktyaMSQd/?taken-by=germanytourism
"15.04.2015 21:11:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “"Venice for your feet" is how one visitor described Freiburg and... “"Venice for your feet" is how one visitor described Freiburg and after exploring this beautiful town in Southwestern Germany today I have to agree. Summer…” End of Day 1 and Matt shares a lovely image of #Freiburg, complete with the Bächle! In the south, the city with a beautiful old town is feeling warm and summer-like today. Find out why one visitor described it as "Venice for your feet"! #joingermantr
"15.04.2015 16:26:34" landlopers.com Next Stop: Germany! Details about my next trip to Germany. We’re super excited to have Matt Long LandLopers traveling through Germany this week. Today he starts his journey in Freiburg. Next stops are Stuttgart, Rothenburg-ob-der-Tauber and then Sababurg Castle. Quite the journey from south to north, but he’
"14.04.2015 18:30:27" Have you ever heard of #Eisenach? The town in central #Germany is known for the #Wartburg Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site, set on a hilltop and visible for miles around. Martin Luther found refuge here in 1522 under the pseudonym of 'Squire Geor
"13.04.2015 21:52:25" Still not sure where to spend your summer vacation 2015? Have a look at our updated “Vibrant Towns & Cities” brochure and get inspired to travel through Germany! http://buzz.mw/bqzpn_n
"11.04.2015 16:00:45" How well do you know the traditions and customs of Germany? True or False-Every Black Forest Cake contains exactly 100 cherries. http://buzz.mw/bqrds_n
"10.04.2015 22:00:33" www.germany.travel Well-known recipes from Munich & the South | germany.travel/GermanOriginality Even though the name of this delicious cheese spread might be hard to pronounce for the American tongue, the hearty taste sure can be appreciated! It is #foodiefriday and we want you to discover Cheese Spaetzle (Käsespätzle)! Have a look at the recipe and let us know your favorite variations!
"09.04.2015 17:25:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “View over the Drachenburg castle, the #rhine and #bonn.... “View over the Drachenburg castle, the #rhine and #bonn. Beautiful! Happy Easter! Thanks to @shaymeinecke for this lovely shot. #germany #germanytourism…” This impressive building is Drachenburg Castle located on the river Rhine near the city of #Bonn. Thanks to @Shay Meinecke for this lovely shot. https://instagram.com/p/1BJLy2MSTw/?taken-by=germanytourism
"09.04.2015 14:39:56" oak.ctx.ly The Best Places To Eat & Drink In Berlin Berlin sommelier Billy Wagner tells us what’s new and notable in Berlin’s dining scene, and lets us in on some of his favorite spots. Loving this great list of amazing places to eat in Berlin!
"08.04.2015 21:26:35" www.germany.travel The Baden region produces top-quality wines | Tourism in Germany â travel, breaks, holidays Baden is a remarkable wine region. Shielded by the Odenwald hills and the Black Forest on one side and the Vosges mountains on the other, it enjoys the sunniest and warmest climate in Germany, with temperatures that are almost mediterranean. This ... This #WineWednesday we want you to explore the Baden Wine Region. Discover the sunniest and warmest climate in Germany, where temperatures can almost feel Mediterranean-like.
"07.04.2015 18:30:00" Travelling along the river Danube can be fun! Watch Kick The Grind TV and StoryTravelers as they discover the towns and landscape along the River. #germany25reunified #TT http://www.germany.travel/en/germany-reunified/25-perspectives/perspective-21-
"06.04.2015 21:53:24" Happy Monday! Do you know about the city of #Augsburg? It is one of the oldest cities in Germany and after #Munich and #Nuremberg the third largest in Bavaria. Interesting fact: the famous reformer Martin Luther was here in 1518 defending his new the
"04.04.2015 21:56:31" This weekend is a very family-oriented time in #Germany. You will see spring flowers on display and many traditional "Easter trees," decorated with colorful eggs. Happy Easter Weekend! #joinGermanTradition
"02.04.2015 17:25:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “True Cologners are quite literally overcome with emotion when... “True Cologners are quite literally overcome with emotion when they glimpse the spires of Cologne cathedral in the distance on returning from their…” #Germany is rich of beautiful historical buildings and stunning architecture, just like the UNESCO World Heritage Site Cologne Cathedral or the many castles and palaces. These are musts for any trip! #welterbegermany http://www.germany.travel/en/town
"01.04.2015 21:25:00" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “The Eibsee lake is located around 13 km (8 mi.) southwest of the... “The Eibsee lake is located around 13 km (8 mi.) southwest of the center of Garmisch-Partenkirchen beneath the Zugspitze mountain in the Wetterstein range…” The Eibsee Lake is located around 8 miles southwest of the center of #Garmisch-Partenkirchen beneath the #Zugspitze in Bavaria. With its clear, emerald green water, it is truly one of the most beautiful lakes in the Bavarian Alps and a great excursio
"01.04.2015 20:02:00" youtube.com Willkommen in besten Lagen / Welcome to Wines of Germany Deutschland zählt zu den bedeutendsten Weinregionen der Welt. In 13 Anbaugebieten werden auf über 100.000 Hektar Fläche begehrte Qualitäten produziert. Erleb... On this #Winewednesday we want to introduce you to “Wines of Germany,” the exclusive U.S. office of the Deutsches Weininstitut. Find out why #wine in #Germany is so worth a try! Wines of Germany - USA http://www.germanwineusa.com/
"31.03.2015 18:30:00" germany.travel All-round champion: The FC Bayern Experience World in the Allianz Arena Munich | Tourism in... The record German champion FC Bayern has had an appropriate world of experience for its fans in Munich since 2001. The largest club museum in Germany is housed in the Allianz Arena, which has thereby also become a destination for visitors on non-matc As you probably know - Soccer is huuuge in #Germany. Therefore, get to know one of the most successful “Fußball Clubs” FC Bayern München. The largest club museum in Germany is housed in the Allianz Arena! #youth #mustsees #shopping #munich
"30.03.2015 21:52:25" Today and tomorrow are the last chances to vote for your favorite sights and attractions in Germany! http://buzz.mw/bq7ng_n
"28.03.2015 16:00:03" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Look at this fantastic shot by @gabobassman we are inCochem... “Look at this fantastic shot by @gabobassman we are inCochem here. Ever been there? Cochem is the seat of and the biggest town in the Cochem-Zell district…” This beautiful shot reconfirms why it’s so necessary to visit Cochem on the Moselle. Whether by car, train or cruise make sure it’s on your bucket list! https://instagram.com/p/0p_L2asSZB/?taken-by=germanytourism
"27.03.2015 22:00:33" For all the foodies among you: A popular dish in Frankfurt is green sauce or Grüne Soße. Traditionally containing seven herbs, Frankfurt's green sauce is served with boiled potatoes and hard-boiled eggs. Frankfurt even has a monument to the sauce and
"26.03.2015 17:26:32" www.germany.travel FÃ¼nf HÃ¶fe in Munich | Tourism in Germany â travel, breaks, holidays Where two banks once resided, the Funf HÃ¶fe Five Courtyards is now one of the most attractive shopping passages in Munich. The Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron, who also built the Olympic stadium in Beijing, created this CityQuartier with ex... When in #Munich, you shouldn’t miss to go #shopping in Fünf Höfen (Five Courtyards), one of the most attractive shopping passages in the city. It’s the new hotspot for fashion, food and lifestyle.
"25.03.2015 21:53:26" We are looking for your vote on the Top 100 sites/attractions in #Germany! Help decide on which places you like most and take part in our survey. Be sure to check out the Top 100 app to see the results. http://buzz.mw/bquyo_n
"24.03.2015 14:16:18" We’re deeply sorry to hear of the tragedy that a Germanwings plane has crashed on its way from Barcelona to Düsseldorf in the French Alps earlier today. Our thoughts are with the families and friends of those who have lost their lives.
"23.03.2015 21:53:25" Germany is more than castles, cities and festivals. You can find dazzling white cliffs, which rise up steeply from the horizon, elegant promenades and sandy beaches that stretch for miles and miles on Rügen, Germany’s largest Island! #germany25reunif
"21.03.2015 16:30:01" youtube.com Backpacker Survival Guide: Frankfurt Mike Corey from http://www.kickthegrind.tv/ was on tour in Frankfurt. The video will provide all backpackers all information they would need to know prior to... Interested in backpacking through #Germany? Kick The Grind TV gives you some valuable tips and the best places to be in the city of #Frankfurt! http://www.germany.travel/en/towns-cities-culture/towns-cities/magic-cities/frankfurt.html
"20.03.2015 22:00:01" instagram.com Germany Tourism on Instagram: “Ever been to the monastic island of Reichenau? It is a really... “Ever been to the monastic island of Reichenau? It is a really historical place and absolutely beautiful. Surrounded by the beautiful Lake Constance it is…” The island of #Reichenau-historic beauty. Surrounded by Lake Constance, the UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to three Romanesque churches of the former Benedictine Abbey from the 9th to the 11th century. A must-see on any trip itinerary. #welterbeg