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Germany is an Central-Western European state, with Denmark bordering to the north, with Austria and Switzerland to the south, Poland and Czech Republic to the east and with France, Luxemburg, Belgium and Netherlands to the west. Berlin is the capital, one of the most coveted and dreamed of European cities.
This incredible country extends from the high mountains of the Alps until the wet coasts of the North Sea and of the Baltic Sea.
Germany is considered the heart of Europe, rich in natural resources and historic and artistic attractions, it’s characterised by a sequence of fabulous landscapes, from the mountain to the plains, from the forest to the lake, from the north coasts to the more modern cities. Any type of traveller can find the perfect holiday for his/her needs, without missing anything and letting oneself be cuddled by the German acceptance.


The German culture has a very ancient tradition in wellness, relax and thermal cure, one must go back to Roman times when the first historic thermal centres were built, spread across all the national territory, known for their beauty, reputation and efficiency of their thermal cures, both in thermal centres and in the numerous Hotel & Spa that benefited from healing and beneficial waters unique in their genre. Here is our selection of the best Hotel with Spa in Germany. Without a doubt, the Baden-Württemberg region is the richest area in this aspect, in fact, the Black Forest region (Schwarzwald) is the ideal zone for relax, walks through the woods and regenerate mind and body thanks to the thermal waters.


Germany presents a large quantity of resources and heritage humanitarian sites UNESCO valorised every year by millions of visitors fascinated by the German history and culture.
Here are some of the protected sites that give particular emotions during one’s holiday:

  • Museum Island (Museumsinsel), centre Berlin, composed by 5 museums built between 1824 and 1930, and what gives them importance is their architectural quality;
  • City Hall and Roland statue in Bremen, unique example of an ancient city centre built in gothic style in the XV century;
  • Aachen Cathedral, imposing construction and main catholic place of worship of Aachen, north Germany;
  • Hanseatic City of Lübeck, located in the north of the country, even today is an important centre for the maritime trade mainly for the northern countries, constituted by patrician dwellings and monuments of great value remained unaltered;
  • Cologne Cathedral, in gothic style, which construction began in 1248 and ended after 7 centuries in 1880, where many architects have passed, all inspired by the same original project;
  • Wartburg Castle, that combines perfectly with the surrounding forests and is considered for many aspects the ideal castle, one of the fortresses better preserved of the Middle Ages;
  • The prehistoric stilt houses in the alpine region, built between the 5000 and 500 a.C. at the lake, river and swamps borders, a unique group of archeological sites exceptionally preserved, have permitted numerous scholars to comprehend life in the prehistoric era.


In Germany, the events are a very interesting and sought-after part by both Germans and tourists whom never miss the opportunity to visit some cities during an event. The rich and structured agenda of events, exhibitions, festivals, fairs and concerts makes the air of Germany sparkling and intriguing. The Germans certainly love to celebrate, especially during the cold season.
The most popular festival renowned throughout the world is Oktoberfest, a historic and beloved festival in Munich in honor of tasty Bavarian beer, while you can breathe an atmosphere of joy and celebration, typically from mid-September until the first Sunday in October. Staying on the subject of folk festivals, even the Cannstatter Volksfest is the second largest beer festival more than Germany, which takes place in Stuttgart from late September to mid-October.

In most German cities, during the Christmas period, the squares assume a new look. Yes, every year they host the famous and magnificent Christmas markets, rich of picturesque souvenirs and tasty dishes (for inspiration and advice on culinary traditions, see this article on our blog).

The Fruhlingsfest, the Spring Festival of May 1st, which you can choose to visit in Munich, Stuttgart or in Nuremberg.

During the summer, there is no better place to have fun than the International Festival of Baden-Baden, Germany's summer capital, an ideal place to enjoy at the same time good music, fun and relax, immersed in the Black Forest.
Another special event is the Rhine in flames, where the cities crossed by the river Rhine, Bonn and Mainz, offer a unique and exciting show, thanks to the illumination of the boats on the water of the Rhine accompanied by fireworks that illuminate the night landscape.
Not far from Bonn, more exactly in Cologne, you can’t miss the Carnival, the famous event marked Made in Germany, for advice take a look at our blog article.


In general, Germany presents a moderate Continental climate, characterised by cold winters and rather hot summers. The variability is given from the cold air currents coming from the north and the rainfalls are more abundant in the mountain areas of the country. The best period to visit Germany goes from May to September, but the winter sports and spa enthusiasts won’t lose the chance to book Germany in the winter months.