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Forested and hilly, the country of Germany is a beautiful, varied country with an impressive culture. Despite having a huge array of travel opportunities, it doesn’t get the attention of places like Italy or France and rarely see it on top of travelers’ lists. Why? That’s still unclear. But what is clear is that its deep forests, fairy-tale castles, and picture-perfect towns are something that shouldn’t be missed.
Whether you want to explore a historic museum or take part in one of the world-famous pubs, contact the experts at Sunset Travel & Cruise in Chicago can help you understand all of your options and choose the best things you can experience in Germany!
Germany has a long and rich history. Even if you don’t know the details, you know the names like Albert Einstein, Ludwig van Beethoven and Karl Marx. Add to all these some excellent beer, bratwurst, and an abundance of activities, and you’ll soon wonder what took you so long to visit Germany.
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Visit the city that has the most pubs per person in Germany. Cheers!
Travel in July to take in the Largest Fair on the Rhine.
Everything from fascinating historical architecture to some of the best nightlife in Europe.
See a city on the move with history and modern flair.
Explore the home of Oktoberfest.
The Romantic Road
Take a drive down Germany’s most famous road.
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Set on the Rhine River, Cologne is the perfect European city for a break, whether you’re looking for culture, entertainment, or pampering thermal baths. Full of art, culture and history, it’s home to one of the most impressive cathedrals in the world, colorful botanical gardens, and the several museums and attracts a variety of travelers here.
And for a beer break in between the Romanesque churches and museums, you’re in luck. Cologne is the city with the most pubs per person in Germany. Add in cool neighborhoods, a dynamic new riverside district, and a celebrated cathedral, and you leave with more items on your bucket list than you had when you came.
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Also along the Rhine, Düsseldorf is a university town and a center of art and fashion. But this old electoral capital is also a city of wide streets lined by elegant shops, tons of parks and gardens surrounding the downtown area, and home to an incredible cultural center with dozens of museums and more than 100 art galleries. .
In addition to everything to do in Düsseldorf year-round, you might want to visit in July. That’s when the city hosts the Largest Fair on the Rhine, a massive week-long funfair attracting more than four million visitors. In November, you’re also in for a treat with the popular Karneval, which brings parades and colorful costumes. Contact us to arrange your entire adventure in Germany!
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Hamburg really has it all. Whether you want fascinating historical architecture, striking futuristic buildings, or some of the best nightlife in Europe, Hamburg delivers. Located on the River Elbe, Germany’s second largest metropolis offers up an abundance of parks and green spaces, historic centers, more bridges than any other city in the world, museums rife with world-class art and memorabilia, and fine dining restaurants that line the riverbank.
It’s also one of the biggest ports in Europe, and the Elbe River and hundreds of canals flow through the city center. Because many of its top attractions are clustered in the center, Hamburg is easy to explore on foot.
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As Germany’s capital, Berlin is one of the most interesting cities in Europe, and certainly the one that has changed the most in the last 20 years. Once the symbol of the Cold War, it has become Europe’s capital of cool – a vibrant mix of fashion, design, music, and art. It’s experienced a renaissance as of late, with new hotels and restaurants opening amid the historic museums and landmarks. And of course, there’s the beer.
Berlin is a budget traveler’s paradise, and this cultural city has something for everyone, from buzzing nightlife to more than 170 world-class museums, galleries, and philharmonics. You can go shopping to Kurfürstendamm, the city’s most famous avenue; sample the Berlinese coffee culture in the Mitte (the historical center of Berlin); and really take in the nightlife in the fashionable Friedrichshain area.
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Most people know Munich, the capital of Bavaria, for its world-famous Oktoberfest, a two-week-long festival featuring Germany’s best beers and bratwurst. But the appeal goes far beyond local beer culture (although that’s a big part of it.)
The city bumps against the Bavarian Alps and rests beside the River Isar, and is full of natural beauty and yet its streets are also lined with man-made marvels — designer retail shops and shiny BMWs. It’s a “cosmopolitan city with a big heart” where you can find magnificent architecture, castles, museums, fine dining, shopping, entertainment, and lovely parks, all filled with a contagious creative energy.
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Germany’s most scenic drive, the Romantic Road is based (very) loosely on the old Roman route between the participating towns. Add in some stunning medieval locations to the north, and the Romantic Road appears to be based on history and tradition, but it’s actually a much more modern invention.
In the post-war times, Germany was desperate to rebuild a tourism industry, which gave birth to the idea of the formal “route,” which was created in 1950.
Since then visitors have been coming in droves to discover the rich culture, picturesque scenery, and medieval character of this fantastic country. Be warned that the route is quite touristy and can get pretty busy during the summer months, but it’s one of the most authentic German experiences you can take in. It combines local hospitality with history, art, culture, and natural beauty — where else can you get that?
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is bound to mesmerize all those keen to explore its vibrant culture, cutting-edge architecture, fabulous food, intense parties and tangible history.”
Cologne makes a fab weekend trip! The birthplace of perfume has a great mix of traditional sights and edgier clubs and boutiques.”
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