2016-12-09T11:03:05ZWhat German festivals and events are on in October 2013? Find out what´s happening during your Germany vacation in October, and learn about dates and places of September events, holidays, and festivals; including Oktoberfest, music festivals, sport events, and wine festivals in Germany.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZUnusual Hotels in Germany: List of unique German hotels, from tree houses to ice hotels to castles. Includes budget-friendly hotels as well as luxury hotels in Germany.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZThe best things to do in Dusseldorf, Germany, from the Old Town and modern museums to shopping on Dusseldorf's exclusive Konigsallee.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZBest of Germany's events in January; find out which events and festivals are on in January, from music, and art, to sports, and fashion; including dates and places of January events and festivals.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZRead about the traditional German Christmas Stollen, including a recipe, Dresden Stollen and check out other German Christmas recipes and traditions.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZWhere to go shopping in Berlin, from Berlin fashion, and shopping streets, to flea markets, and department stores in Berlin
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZCastle Hotels in Germany: Review of the German Castle Hotel Colmberg, close to the German Castle Road. Castle Hotel Colmberg is a medieval German castle, offering breathtaking views of Bavaria; it is a great choice for a romantic vacation. Review of the Castle Hotel Colmberg includes address, website, photos, and rates of Colmberg
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZList of best museums in Frankfurt, Germany, from modern art to film history museums.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZNeuschwanstein, nestled in the Bavarian Alps, is the most famous German castle. It inspired Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle and is a top attraction in Germany.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZChristmas Market in Munich: Photo of the Christmas market in Munich, Germany. The Marienplatz in the old city center of Munich is an enthralling setting for the traditional Christkindl Market. It is especially beautiful in the evening, when the huge Christmas tree in front of the Town Hall is illuminated. Page 2.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZCologne isn't the only German town that knows how to celebrate Karneval (Carnival). Find 5 other festivals around the country to get wild before Lent.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZMulled Wine, called "Glühwein" in German, is a traditional and tasty Christmas drink in Germany and the
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZFrom medieval castles to elegant palaces, here are Germany's best castle hotels and hostels for your fairy-tale vacation.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZRomantic Road Photo Gallery: Photos of the Romantic Road in Germany, a beautiful scenic drive through Bavaria. Photos of the Romantic Road show medieval villages, palaces, historical castles, and churches. Includes Photos of Neuschwanstein, Rothenburg ob der Tauber, and Dinkelsbühl.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZFrom traditional German breweries in old monasteries to state of the art operations, step behind the scenes of Germany's beer culture and history.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZSpa visits are not a luxury but a necessary step to good health. The cornerstone of these visits center on sweating it out in the German sauna.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZWhere to buy a Dirndl or Lederhosen in Munich for Oktoberfest. The biggest beer festival in the world is more fun in traditional attire.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZWeimar, the heart of German culture, home of Goethe and the Bauhaus movement. Find out which Weimar landmarks and attractions you should visit.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZPlanning a trip to Germany? Here are the top ten attractions and sights in Germany, including Neuschwanstein, the Brandenburg Gate, and much more.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZNuremberg Christmas market: Photo of the Christmas Market of Nuremberg, one of the best Christmas markets in Germany. The Nuremberg Christmas market is celebrated on the main square of the old town, and you can stroll through 180 wooden huts festooned with red and white cloth, lights, and fresh garlands. Try the Nuremberg bratwursts, little charcoal-grilled sausages, and have some gingerbread cookies as dessert. Page 7.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZLearn where you can go shopping in Germany and get a bargain on designer brands, fashion, shoes, and toys with this list of discount outlets.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZLearn useful German for dining out. Our German-English phrasebook includes common German phrases you can use in a restaurant like asking for the menu, ordering and asking for the check in German.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZOur Hamburg travel guide is a great introduction to this independent city on the harbor. We offer travel tips; weather info, restaurants, sights and more to plan the perfect trip.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZGermany is filled with must-see sites, including 41 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Here we highlight 11 of the best UNESCO sites in Germany from castles to fossils.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZGerman Fairy Tale Road Guide: The Fairy Tale Road in Germany is a 370 mile scenic drive that connects the German towns of the Brothers Grimm's fairy tales.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZBest 6 beer halls and beer pubs in Munich, where you can enjoy Bavarian hospitality at its best.
2016-12-09T11:03:05ZA city of contrasts famous for its futuristic skyline and its financial district, Frankfurt is also home to cobble-stoned squares and traditional apple wine bars.