There is never really a bad time to visit Germany – even the freezing winter is brighten up with powdery slopes and magical Christmas Colors. The favorites, however, are May when the weather is just getting warm and cherry trees starting to bloom and in October when the world’s largest beer festival is being celebrated in Munich
The Romantic Road in Germany received its title for a reason. The drive along the meandering road from Wurzbug to Füssen is so peaceful and quiet with changing sceneries from medieval villages and tiny Bavarian towns to fairytale-like Schloss and never ending greenness. The most exciting part of the drive is the freedom to stop wherever your heart desire, dine in whichever romantic restaurants and spend the night at one of the picturesque towns along the road, each with its own distinct charm. Waiting for you at the end of the road is the 19th century Neuschwanstein Caslte that rises majestically from the heart of Bavarian Alps
The wall may be torn down, but history lived forever in the city of Berlin. A walk in the city is essentially flipping through pages of a history book with endless list of museums and monuments to discover starting from the Prussian Kingdom Era and Nazi’s Holocaust to the Cold War period and wall reunifications. A private guide will make a huge difference as he/she share unique stories behind each influential site, sometimes a personal story related to past events, and give you insider knowledge of Modern Day Berlin.
From a luxury spa hotel to historic villa, here are some of our handpicked accommodation in Germany
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