Germany is full of culture, history, undeniably beautiful scenery. There is something for everyone in Germany, whether looking to explore the buzzing cities and famous architecture or virtually untouched natural landscapes and outdoor adventure.
• Christmas Markets
• Vibrant Berlin
• Stunning castles such as the famous Neuschwanstein
• The Black Forest
• Incredible history, both ancient and modern
Germany can be visited all year round with July and August being high season, and November to March being low season.
Weather Germany has quite a temperate climate, with extreme temperatures being rare. Winters are often overcast, and can be quite cold in elevated areas in the south of the country.
Festivals & events From the super festive Christmas markets, known as Weihnachtsmarkts, to the very famous Oktoberfest, Germany knows how to celebrate. In the lead up to Christmas, you’ll find stunning markets in almost every town and city in the nation – don’t forget to try a glass of gluhwein (mulled wine)! Oktoberfest takes place in Munich from late September to early October, with more than six million attendees celebrating with beer, music, and lederhosen! Movie buffs may wish to experience the Berlin Film Festival, which rivals Venice and Cannes.
Notes *Please be aware that Health information is subject to change at any time and you should always double check these requirements at the time of booking and before travel.