Getting into the City Frankfurt am Main Airport is about 12 km southwest of central Frankfurt and it’s near the Autobahn intersection (Frankfurter Kreuz) that’s the junction of A3 and A5 motorways. The airport is a major hub for Lufthansa and is the 3rd largest airport in the world besides being one of the busiest… Read the full article
Germany Travel Guide You Need At Every Step
The most robust economy of Europe and the birth land of the three biggest luminaries of the world of music; Mozart, Beethoven and Bach is justifiably proud of its lineage. The Germans have excelled in everything right from music to literature to science and technology to sports.
The major cities of Germany i.e. Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Hamburg, Bonn, Dusseldorf, etc. are all hubs economic power but also have a rich bevy of attractions and distinct lineage. There are medieval towns with incredibly beautiful buildings like Cologne and there are romantic towns like Heidelberg with its Castle and the Philosophers Walk.
If an escape is what you seek then fly off its Baltic Sea Island… Rugen that boasts of theme parks, boat tours, museums and distilleries. If you are a music lover then Leizpig with its Bach Music festival, multiple concert halls and numerous shopping hubs will entice you. Cruising on the lovely Rhine and spotting the exotic fauna in the mystic Black Forests and celebrating in wild abandon at the Karneval and Oktoberfest are just some of the wide array of things you could do in Germany.
With such diversity in activities, architecture and terrain… Germany has to be understood better to be explored. Know more about the different areas of Germany, the richness of its terrain, the strength of its intellect and the best of its offerings. Learn all this and more in our painstakingly researched Tourism guide to Germany.
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Be it during Oktoberfest or any other season, Munich offers a couple of things 365 days a year and those are ‘Excellent View & Excellent Brew’. However Munich is not all about Oktoberfest or visiting Dachau or Neuschwanstein, it was the home of Dukes of Bavaria and is steeped in history. Located in the southern… Read the full article
The largest city and the capital of Germany, Berlin is also one of the sixteen states of the country and the second populous city of Europe after London. It’s located in the northeastern part of Germany on the banks of river Spree and Havel. An international metropolitan city, it’s a worldwide hub of politics, culture,… Read the full article
The Land of Landscapes, Castles and Adventures, Germany or the Deutschland is also known for its rich and long history and famous October festival. What to expect The Federal Republic of Germany is situated in the Central Western part of Europe. Germany shares its international border with nine countries. In east it shares border with… Read the full article
General Climate Germany is the seventh-largest country in Europe and has a varied topography from the Alps in the south to the Baltic Sea in the north. It also covers the North European plains. However, due to North Atlantic drift, Germany has a temperate climate varying little from north to south. Most cities experience a… Read the full article
Getting to the City Berlin has two international airports. Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL) also known as Otto Lilienthal Airport is located northwest of Berlin City Centre at a distance of around 9 kilometres (airport to Alexanderplatz). The other airport is Schonefeld (SFX) airport located at a distance of 23 kilometres southeast of City Centre. Note… Read the full article
Getting into the city Franz Joseph Strauss International airport or Flughafen Munchen (MUC) is located 38 kilometres Northeast of Marienplatz (Munich City Centre). This airport is operational since 1992 and has 2 terminals. Over 80 passenger airlines operate to this airport. This place is a hub of Lufthansa, Lufthansa City Line, Air Dolomiti and Condor… Read the full article
Frankfurt, officially known as Frankfurt am Main, is the financial capital of Germany. The commercial centre of the city is known as ‘Mainhattan’ of Europe for its unmatching skyline on the bank of river Main. Frankfurt was shaken by plague, fire, invasions and war but still excelled as a beautiful city of Germany. Frankfurt is… Read the full article
You have passion for western classical music? And you are visiting Berlin!! Then you must visit Berliner Philharmonie concert hall to watch live performance of Berlin Philharmonic. This century old ‘Orchestra’ has numerous awards and recognitions under their belt including BRIT Awards, Grammy Awards and Gramophone Awards. I took a casual stroll from Potsdamer Platz… Read the full article