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Northern Germany

Northern Germany is a subtle place and a taste that needs to be acquired.

Mostly flat or gently undulating, its scenery is a continuation of the Netherlands, in a landscape of rich farmland carved up by canals and rivers, with big skies and big cattle and fabulous brick-built farmhouses.

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Andrew Eames

Don’t mention the war!

The British Museum is shining new light on a forced migration that Germany would rather forget.

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Destinations in Northern Germany

Western Germany

The West of Germany is a pot-pourri of places, landscapes, flavours and ideas.

In many parts it could so easily be part of Belgium, with echoes (in the Eifel region) of the rolling forests of the Ardennes, or of France, with the terraced vineyards of the Rhineland Palatinate producing up to 80 percent of Germany’s exported wines.

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Andrew Eames

Don’t mention the war!

The British Museum is shining new light on a forced migration that Germany would rather forget.

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Destinations in Western Germany

Southern Germany

The most-visited region of Germany has everything, great cities, rivers, vineyards, lakes and mountains.

When the Creator was over-flying Germany, distributing eye-candy from state to state, he emptied his basket over Bavaria. Today, the sheer variety of landscapes in Bavaria and its neighbouring Black Forest (in the state of Baden-Württemberg) makes the south the most popular tourist region in Germany.

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Andrew Eames

Don’t mention the war!

The British Museum is shining new light on a forced migration that Germany would rather forget.

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Destinations in Southern Germany

Eastern Germany

The formerly Communist eastern side of Germany has beaches, lakes, historic cities, and the nation’s capital, Berlin.

During the Communist era the Baltic Coast became a huge destination for ordinary citizens who were restricted in their travel. And southwards, the lakes of Mecklenburg were ideal for a Berliner’s weekends away. Beyond Berlin lies Germany’s cultural triangle, home to Goethe and Luther, and the painstakingly reconstructed city of Dresden.

From the Blog

Andrew Eames

Don’t mention the war!

The British Museum is shining new light on a forced migration that Germany would rather forget.

More Blog posts ...

Destinations in Eastern Germany