Niedersachsen, aka Lower Saxony, has a surprisingly stacked royal story, and one which overlaps heavily with ours.
Fish is a tradition in northern Germany, but it may not be what you expect, and it has a long association with a type of salty humour you’re unlikely to hear elsewhere.
No, not the cathedral – this DOM is the northern German equivalent of Munich’s Oktoberfest, but with more rollercoasters.
The world’s finest model railway is in Hamburg. Prepare to be surprised by its extraordinary ambition, gorgeous detailing, and surprising sense of humour.
A beautifully-preserved, enthusiast-run, steam-hauled railway network which serves historic towns and villages in a spectacular landscape.
Flat, pastoral, villagey and not too hot, northern Germany is ideal cycling country, with a selection of local and long-distance routes.
For some the North Sea islands are a string of sandy pearls; for others, they are backward and claustrophobic. It depends on the eye – and the age – of the beholder.
Germany’s most famous fairytale, the Pied Piper of Hamelin, has its setting in a pretty town on the banks of the river Weser.
A stylish boutique hotel in Hamburg brings a little bit of Britain to Germany’s second biggest city. The George is only one example of the affinity Hamburg has for all things British.
Lots of style for little outlay. The Motel One budget hotel group offers value for money and contemporary design all over the country.
Skiing in Germany
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