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Proud home of Einstein, Beethoven and the Brothers Grimm, Germany is a country of historic cities, dotted with hill top castles overlooking valleys of vineyards and lush forests. Travel aboard Deutsche Bahn’s sleek and efficient trains to river bank cities like Cologne and Heidelberg, medieval centres like Nuremberg or cultural hubs like Berlin and Leipzig. Enjoy a spa day in Aachen, treat yourself to plenty of samples at Cologne’s Chocolate Museum, take a tour of Berlin’s magnificent Reichstag or stop for a local beer in one of Munich’s famous beer halls.

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The city of Aachen, Germany.


Boasting a unique geographical position along the borders of Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands, Aachen is historic, varied and exciting. Famous for its natural hot spa waters, its grand, UNESCO-listed Charlemagne-commissioned Cathedral, the city also holds a stunning...



Multi-faceted, elegant, gritty, historic; Berlin is an open history textbook overflowing with a tangible history and things to do. Brightly-hued fragments of the Berlin wall bear political caricatures, the Fernsehturm TV tower pierces the skyline and the ornate...

The city of Bonn, Germany.


Embracing the banks of the Rhine River, Bonn was founded by the Romans between 13 and 9BC. Every inch a historic, riverside hub, the city was chosen to be the administrative capital of West Germany during the Cold War. The city is also famous for its connections to...

The shops and cobblestone streets of the town square in Coburg, Germany.


Occupying a scenic spot on the Itz River, the Bavarian town of Coburg oozes traditional charm and history. The town’s backdrop is dominated by the imposing Veste Coburg Castle, perched on a hilltop overlooking the region’s surrounding landscapes. Travel by rail to...

Aerial view of the canal and the city of Cologne, Germany.


Cologne is a modern German city with an awe-inspiring twin spired Gothic Cathedral, and a charming medieval Old Town area with historic breweries serving the Cologne speciality beer Kölsch. Your Cologne holiday isn't complete without a visit to the Chocolate Museum on...

Colourful boats docked in the Elbe river alongside the city of Dresden, Germany.


Located along the banks of the UNESCO-listed River Elbe between the Ore and Elbe Sandstone Mountains, Dresden is one of the greenest cities in the world. The picturesque cityscape displays a heritage of mammoth importance. The exquisite architecture erected in the...

The Rhine at sunset in Dusseldorf, Germany.


Located on the banks of the River Rhine, Düsseldorf is the capital city of North Rhine-Westphalia in western Germany. Discover plenty of things to do in Düsseldorf: stroll along the riverside Promenade, climb up to the top of the Schlossturm in the Castle Square for...

A view from the Baldeneysee river of the colourful buildings of Essen, Germany.


Combining swathes of greenery with an important industrial heritage, Essen has come a long way since being founded as a small town in 845 BC. Historically a powerhouse in the coal and steel industries, the city is still today home to over a dozen of Germany’s largest...

A view of the Eiserner Steg bridge at sunset in Frankfurt, Germany.


Situated on the River Main, and also known as Mainhatten due to the plethora of skyscrapers, Frankfurt is the centre of finance in Germany and home to one of the world’s largest stock exchanges. A modern financial capital it may be, but the city also has a historical...

An aerial view of the city of Freiburg, Germany.


Nestled on the leafy fringes of the Black Forest, medieval Freiburg is a vibrant university city, a historic hub and a maze of hidden gems. The cobblestoned streets of Freiburg’s Old Town act as gateways to criss-crossed medieval channels called Bachle, gabled...

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