Germany is becoming more and more important as a travel destination for us Germans. Last year, the proportion of German vacationers in their own country was around a third. Ascending trend! Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Bavaria are at the top of the dream travel destinations. Throughout the whole of Germany there are countless idyllic destinations, charming towns and communities as well as quality-oriented accommodation providers with friendly hosts.
In addition to the well-known cities such as Berlin, Dresden or Hamburg, those interested in cities and culture will also get their money’s worth in less crowded places. Have you ever walked in the footsteps of Goethe and Schiller in the cultural capital of Weimar? Do you already know the historic half-timbered town of Celle? Or have you already visited Heidelberg Castle, high above the city? Germany is rich in cultural treasures, small medieval streets and architectural works that want to be staged in front of your camera lens.
You can spend your family vacation relaxed in one of the numerous holiday parks. Family suite, swimming pool, entertainment – you no longer have to travel to Spain or elsewhere. More and more providers are based on the customer constellation and their specific wishes. Offers for senior citizens, single trips or offers for school groups. A tailor-made holiday advertisement awaits you for every circumstance. Even if you prefer a swaying ship’s floor instead of a cozy room, there is no need to go far. River cruises on the Danube or Rhine are just as attractive as a trip across the open sea.
Over 104 nature parks in Germany make nature lovers’ hearts beat faster. With their enchanting mountains and valleys, they are at the disposal of the hiking tourist or the bicycle vacationer. In harmony with nature, they enjoy the native flora and fauna. From the coast in the north to the mountains in the south there are countless themed hiking trails on whose paths the backpacker can march through the country. Whether on the approximately 400 kilometer long “66-Seen-Wanderweg” in Brandenburg, the “Oberlausitzer Bergweg” or the “Schluchtenweg” in the southern Black Forest, the desire for hiking can be pursued on Germany’s most beautiful paths.
Likewise, for example, hikes in the area around Lake Constance can be combined with a wonderful sea voyage .
But the rich German cuisine should not be forgotten at this point. Eating and drinking at the holiday destination is just as important as a clean, cozy room. Green sauce, Lapskaus, Königsberger Klopse, Kölsch or a glass of local wine – the love of home and holiday country goes through the stomach. Did the previous vacation information whet your appetite for a vacation in Germany? Then, only one question remains to be answered, where are you going first?