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Germany Travel

Welcome, or Willkommen, to the land of Oktoberfest, the Berlin Wall, and lederhosen (knee-breeches). Although relatively small in size, this European nation boasts the second-largest population on the continent, making it a lively and bustling place to visit. Known to natives as Deutschland, Germany has a plethora of tourist attractions, museums, festivals, art galleries, and architectural sites. This Web guide offers resources to help you plan a German holiday.

Germany Travel Basics

Germany has much to offer visitors, so it will help to get a broad overview before you decide which ... read more »

Travel Requirements for Germany

Before you book your flight and make a decision on motels, spend some time getting to know ... read more »

Getting to Germany

Due to Germany's land-locked position in Central Europe, most travelers fly or drive to Germany. Of ... read more »

Germany Hotels

Germany is home to dozens of hostels, hundreds of bed and breakfasts, and thousands of hotels. The ... read more »

Getting Around in Germany

German public transportation has a great reputation. The subway systems are reliable, the trains ... read more »

Germany Travel Blogs and Forums

The country of Germany is well-traveled by families, tour groups, historians, and students. This, combined with the power of the Internet, gives new tourists the advantage of reading about fellow travelers' experiences before they book their own trip. The Web is the best place to get fast and free advice through blogs, chat forums, reviews, and trip ratings.

Dulcinea's Insight

  • Many low-budget vacationers enjoy visiting Germany because the country has many inexpensive activities and travel accommodations. The "Eurotrip" link in this section is a great resource for discovering Germany on the cheap.
  • Remember that every traveler has a different experience. While chat rooms, forums, blogs, and reviews can be helpful, they are not always picturesque and accurate. Try not to rely on one Web site's forum or one blogsite for all of your information.
  • Travelogues are the public online version of a travel diary. They are best used to avoid repeating mistakes other travelers have made.

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