You don’t have to be German to love traditional German Christmas Markets. In fact, many visitors travel to Germany just for the Christmas markets alone.
Nymphenburg Palace was once the summer residence Bavaria’s historic Wittelsbach line, and it’s a beautiful place to visit in the fall season. At this stately palace outside of Munich,you can step back in time to Bavaria’s royal past.
While Germany may be known for beer, in Franconia, a region of Bavaria, wine heritage runs deep. Vineyards cover the hills and countryside, and wine cellars are a favorite place to meet. Take a tour through Franconian Wine Country and explore this unique region in Germany for yourself.
From the Saxon State Art Collection at the Royal Palace to the Bach Museum in Leipzig, the German state of Saxony makes its cultural landscape a focal point of its tourism
Planning a trip to one of your bucket list destinations doesn’t have to be expensive. A new travel app called Flightdrop exposes mistakes in flight prices and sends you deals to incredible destinations for 60%+ off. Here are some examples we found to nine top world destinations.
Though Germany is better known for its beer culture and Bavarian villages, the quiet islands of Sylt and Rügen offer a different side of travel in Germany.
From the Loch Ness Monster to the Abominable Snowman, stories of mythical creatures abound. Here’s a look at some of the most fascinating mythical creatures from around the globe.
An unlikely pilgrim becomes fascinated with the Martin Luther story, and travels to Germany for the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
Attending a live performance in the opulent opera houses of Munich and Dresden is an unforgettable cultural experience. Here are tips for planning and enjoying a night at the opera.
The long-awaited Elbphilharmonie has quickly become an iconic symbol of Hamburg, a world-class Hanseatic city that many have yet to discover.
Want to attend an opera in Germany? Here is what you need to know about attending the opera in Munich, Dresden and more.
25 years ago the Wall came down – and Germany hasn’t looked back since.