Travel GERMANY
  • King’s Lake

    Whichever your traveling style is, Lake Königssee has plenty activities for all tastes.

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  • German Beer Lovers

    Germany: Find varieties of beer by the thousands in this brewer’s paradise.

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  • Best Winter Vacations

    In winter, not all travel plans are meant to visit snowy destinations.

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  • Christmas Trees Around the World

    Every traveler finds a spirit of adventure in the natural world. It feeds from landscapes decorated with Christmas trees.

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  • Sleeping Beauty and Town Musicians of Bremen

    Travel to Germany to find two destinations where a fairy tale vacation awaits.

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  • Disney’s Castle

    Relive your childhood and experience fantastic fairytales at Neuschwanstein Castle.

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  • World Cup Venues

    Sports tourism is in vogue. In this trip we’ll visit some of the most recent World Cup venues.

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  • Tonhalle Concert Hall

    Visit a planetarium-turned-concert hall and meet one of the greatest exponents of classical music in the world.

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  • Modern Architecture in Berlin

    Lines represent lightness and they are also symbols of modern architecture. Find great modern sites in Berlin.

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  • Visit Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp in Germany

    The former Sachsenhausen-Oranienburg concentration camp in Germany invites us to consider new horizons based on understanding. It is a place where life is honored.

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  • Flee South

    While the northern hemisphere goes through winter, the southern hemisphere enjoys summer. If you want to avoid the cold weather, travel south in December.

  • Choose the Best Season to Travel

    Avoid visiting Neuschwanstein Castle in the summer, when it receives 6,000 visitors per day.

  • Buy Your Tickets in Advance

    You can get your tickets to Neuschwanstein castle at the Hohenschwangu ticket center or online, only two days in advance.

  • Take a Tour to Neuschwanstein

    Even though you can drive to Neuschwanstein, it’s better to arrive on a tour with prearranged Access.

  • Greet Without Misunderstandings

    In order to greet someone in Germany, give a firm handshake because a hug could be misinterpreted.

  • Buy a German Souvenir

    Before leaving Dusseldorf buy Killepitsch, the perfect liquor to take home as a souvenir.

  • Plan Your Arrival

    In Germany, punctuality is important, so if you plan to go to a cultural event, the show will surely start on time and if you’re late, they might deny you Access.

  • Berlin on Wheels

    You can visit Berlin on a bicycle because the city has the right infrastructure for this.

  • Validate Your Subway Ticket

    If you use the subway in Berlin you’ll notice that they rarely ask for your ticket; however, it’s necessary that you validate it before getting on the train.

  • Cultural Berlin

    Berlin has 170 museums, but if you’re not a big fan of these sites, at least include the Pergamon Museum in your route.

  • Be an Empathic Traveler

    Viktor Frankl, a concentration camp survivor, said: "... man is that being that’s capable of inventing the concentration chambers of Auschwitz, but he’s also the being who has walked into those same chambers with his head held high ..."

  • Destinos sin invierno

    En la zona intertropical, entre el ecuador y el trópico de cáncer hay destinos de playa que no sufren las consecuencias del frío. Son lugares recomendables para visitar en el invierno.

  • Disney’s Castle

    Neuschwanstein’s Castle has inspired countless movies and TV shows. Disney used it as an inspiration to create one of its main symbols.

  • Visitors at Neuschwanstein

    Neuschwanstein Castle is one of the most visited castles in Europe. It receives approximately 1.3 million visitors annually.

  • A King’s Whim

    The construction of Neuschwanstein Castle began in 1869 by order of King Louis II of Bavaria because he always wanted to own a medieval castle. Did he get what he wanted?

  • German Fairs

    Dusseldorf is one of the cities with the greatest number of fairs in the world.

  • Tons of Culture

    Apart from the Academy of Fine Arts, there are other cultural attractions in Dusseldorf such as the German Museum of Ceramics And the Dusseldorf Art Museum at the Ehrenhof.

  • Ancient Modernity

    Dusseldorf is said to be a very modern city; however, its history began over 700 years ago.

  • Ghost Stations

    The Berlin subway was founded in 1902 with 9 lines. When the city was divided, the subway was also separated, so ghost stations were created. The train never stopped in them if they were located at the wrong side of the city.

  • The German Megalopolis

    Berlin is the city with the greatest extension in Europe.

  • Notes by Viktor Frankl

    Viktor Frankl, a concentration camp survivor, said: "... man is that being that’s capable of inventing the concentration chambers of Auschwitz, but he’s also the being who has walked into those same chambers with his head held high ..."

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