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Best Holiday Destinations In Germany

Whether you're looking for a fairy-tale castle to explore, a city built on culture and history, or an incredible art collection, you can be certain that Germany really does have it all. On top of this, you can enjoy some fantastic surfing locations, and holiday resorts perfect for families with young children too. If you're heading on holiday to Germany and you're an EU citizen, then it is important to ensure that every traveller has an EHIC card so they are prepared in case they face a medical emergency while they are travelling. While it remains less well-known there are a huge number of festinating places to visit in Germany, perfect for a holiday. Whatever you're looking for in Germany, you are certain to find it, and so we've put together a list of some of the best holiday destinations for you to choose from in the country.

Skiing & Hiking In The Black Forest

If you're a fan of the Grimm Brothers' fairy tales, then you are likely to know of The Black Forest where many of their fairy tales were set. In fact, the Black Forest really does live up to the cuckoo-clock, evergreen forest imagery that the fairy tales will have you believe, and with a growing tourist industry in the region, you can be sure that this is one of the very best holiday destinations if you're looking for an active area. With excellent skiing and spa facilities, along with plenty of hiking trails through the forest, you are certain to enjoy your time exploring here making it the perfect holiday destination for an active holiday.


If you're looking for a traditional German holiday then Munich is the best place to head to. Germany takes beer pretty seriously, and you can raise a Stein in the city as a commemoration of the famous beer festival Oktoberfest unless you're lucky enough to head out to the area to enjoy it when it is on. If you're looking to enjoy Oktoberfest, then Munich is the best place to go. On top of Munich, you also have the Nyphemburg palace, the Munich Residenz which used to be the old royal residence, the Englischer Garten, Neuschwanstein Castle and plenty of exquisite beer halls which feature shows and restaurants.


The revival of Berlin really is one of the most interesting holiday destinations if you're looking for an exceptionally intense holiday. With the 20th century history dotted around with the Holocaust Memorial and the Berlin Wall's graffitied remains, as well as the city's infamous art scene you can be sure to find plenty to do in the city. The city is also known for its modern landmarks such as the Berliner Philharmonie. With plenty of museums, massive parks, the Reichstag parliament, and plenty of hip restaurants and bars for both the tourists and the locals to enjoy, Berlin really is one of the greatest holiday destinations, perfect for all. Pergamon Museum is one of the most exquisite that you should consider viewing, or if you want to take a step back into history, then Checkpoint Charlie is the perfect Cold War landmark to visit.

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