Everyone loves the Black Forest but why not check out SouthWest Germany’s splendid wines and into a wine barrel
Munich’s (and Bavaria’s) beer-lubricated living rooms reach a strategic anniversary this year, so we recommend a few where you can have a few.
Holy home of historic Diets, traditional sausages, ancient bridges and modern Popes and Princesses
For a city break in the south off the beaten track, try Stuttgart and its triumvirate of culture, cars and wine.
Cobble-stoned lanes, half-timbered houses and a fabulous Christmas market: Esslingen near Stuttgart is a medieval gem of a town and wine lovers will not be disappointed either …
Beer is an intrinsic part of the Bavarian culture, and Bavarian breweries are part of the landscape, as places to drink, eat, stay and even pray.
Meet the Fuggers: a family of medieval bankers who were famous for influencing elections and exploiting simple citizens. Sounds familiar?
Germans love their cafés and you should try them as well. Have a piece cake with a cup of coffee. The choice is yours.
Germany’s football temples are state-of-the-art and tickets for a Bundesliga match are easier to get than you might think. Try it and see for yourself.
Skiing in Germany
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