10 Reasons Why You Should Visit Germany

10 Reasons Why You Should Visit Germany

Germany is one of Europe’s largest country and there’s a lot to see. Centrally located and is bordered by Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands. As a result, it is super easy to rent a car or take a train and see multiple countries in one trip.

Popularly known for its rich culture, history, art, architecture and lifestyle. Amazing food, best beers, beautiful forests in the west; great cathedrals; beautiful lakes and castles, therefore, you will not miss anything and you won’t’ regret visiting the country. Germany is a practicable country to visit, stress-free and safe country to travel. Transportation is easily accessible and makes it very convenient to travel.

Whether you are backpacking, travelling on a budget, travelling around Germany is going to be a wonderful travel experience.

Here are 10 reasons why you should travel to Germany!

Germany is a Safe Country

Germany is one of the safest countries in Europe to travel to. It is very safe to travel to Germany or if you are a female travelling solo. there is a very low crime rate. The law is strict and well respected. People in Germany are polite and friendly. Even if you do not know the language many people speak English

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The biggest Oktoberfest in the World

The Oktoberfest is the world’s largest folk festival. It is celebrated across Germany. The biggest one is in Munich every year. It starts in mid-September and goes ion for two weeks. The Oktoberfest traditionally takes place on the Theresienwiese in Munich. Approximately 6 million people every year from around the globe come to Munich to celebrate this festival.

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Public Transport

Public transport in Germany is phenomenal covering regions inside the big cities. Even small cities have good public transportation networks that use buses, trams. In most cities, you’ll see the U-Bahn and S-Bahn. the Deutsche Bahn is the national rail service. You can get anywhere in Germany by train. The German’s transportation is generally reliable, very efficient and comfortable.

Visit the Christmas markets

The Christmas Markets of Germany are unique. The magic of traditional German Christmas Markets attracts many tourists all over to visit Germany. The markets celebrate the Christmas season during Advent, the four weeks before the beginning of the holiday. Nuremberg’s Christmas market is one of Germany’s oldest fairs. If you’re looking for a Christmas market visit Germany this holiday season.

Explore the History of Nuremberg

Nuremberg is the second-largest cities in Germany. The city is remembered in history for its connection with the Roman Empire. It is most famous for its historical landmarks like the walled old town and the magnificent castle. That makes this city stunningly beautiful. In World War II, it was served as the Nazi’s military headquarters.

Exploring the most beautiful lakes in Germany

Germany has excellent beautiful lakes and rivers showcasing the country’s natural beauty. Many beautiful lakes in Germany lie in the Alpine region. Germany has great day trip options with many great experiences to choose from. Whether you are looking for watersports, sailing, windsurfing, swimming you have plenty of choices.

Read More: Visit the Beautiful Lakes in Munich

Germany The Perfect Destination

Germany divided into 16 diverse states, the country has a region and activity for everything. From alpine scenery in the south to the lakes and seashore in the south. You could have an exciting European excursion. Having the neighbouring borders like Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg. Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark can make your trip even more exciting.

Explore The Rhine Gorge in Germany

A Romantic Road Trip in Germany along the Rhine Valley. If you like a weekend get-away this is just a perfect road trip. The Rhine valley is one most popular travel destinations in West Germany. The German Rhine Valley can be explored in several ways. You can either hike or explore the Rhine river and its castles by boat or cruise.

Explore Partnach Gorge in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Please note: Due to the Corona restrictions, the Partnach Gorge has to remain closed until further notice.

Garmisch – Partenkirchen is one of the most popular all-year-round holiday destinations in the Bavarian Alps. Located on the border of Germany and Austria. Nestled at the base of numerous tall mountains. Garmisch – Partenkirchen is a ski town in Bavaria, southern Germany. From Munich is 1 h 10 min ( 89.0 km ) if you are driving. You can take the train from Haufbanhof, the Deutsche Bahn takes you comfortably from Munich to Garmisch Partenkirchen in just over 1 hour. 

There are many places to explore around Garmisch. Stroll through the historic Frühlingstraße in Garmisch. Don’t miss the Partnach Gorge the unique natural wonder in Garmisch and its impressive amounts of water enthral visitors year after year. The Partnach Gorge is a 700-meter-long gorge in the Reintal near Garmisch-Partenkirchen. The creation of a gorge is just as extraordinary as experiencing it up close. Hiking here is enjoyable and promises adventurous paths through dark caves, the elemental force of white water, mountaineering and a breathtaking panorama from the summit.

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While visiting Garmisch you can hike to Zugspitze a paradise for passionate hikers. Plan a day trip to the Zugspitze. You can do so much here, even without skis. The Zugspitze is at 2,962 m the highest mountain in Germany and offers a panorama view of mountains of the Alps.

Rich History and Culture

Germany is known as the largest national economy in Europe and one of the biggest in the world. From rich history and architecture, castles, churches, palaces, beautiful landscapes, mountains and forest, delicious food and the best beers make Germany as the most travelled destination in the world. The rich culture that has immense respect tradition and history.

Bavaria Has The World’s Largest Spa

Therma Erding is the largest Spa centre that has the worlds largest sauna. The spa is located in Munich Bavaria. Excellent Wellness and relaxation, top-class swimming and leisure paradise, beauty treatment and massage. Suitable for all age, kids and families too. You can spend a day on a much-needed relaxation. Don’t be surprised usually, the place is always packed.

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August 19, 2020 4:01 pm

Germany is beautiful and often underrated in comparison to its neighbors. Very informative article.

August 19, 2020 5:43 pm

Oh! I didn’t know about the spa! Will definitely do that next time! I agree, Germany is the perfect destination! So beautiful and lovely :). Gorgeous photos too! 🙂

August 19, 2020 6:15 pm

Amazing reasons to visit Germany. I agree, it’s a fantastic destination, that’s why I’ve traveled there more than 2 times already! And I’m always planning to go back and see more. Next time, I’ll visit Nuremberg. Thanks for this great post.

August 19, 2020 11:28 pm

Omg I’ve always wanted to go to Germany! Will definitely be taking some notes for a future trip! 🙂

August 20, 2020 1:08 pm

I would go for the beer. Only half joking. My husband would love the history of Germany. I never realized how many other amazing experiences Germany had to offer. Now I’m inspired. I hope we can travel soon.

August 20, 2020 3:07 pm

Wow, can’t wait to go back to visit Germany! Hopefully soon! Thanks for the great content.

August 20, 2020 5:19 pm

I loved Germany but need to go back as I didn’t have time to hit everything you mentioned in your post!

August 21, 2020 5:59 pm

I’ve lived in Germany twice, it’s an amazing country. I’d recommend everyone to visit at least once.

August 21, 2020 9:14 pm

I have visited Germany many times, and it is indeed one of the most beautiful countries in Central Europe. The Rhine Valley and the Castles are something that I have always fascinated for a long time, and absolutely in awe when I saw them. Would love to visit back Germany sometime.

August 31, 2020 5:09 pm

You had me at world’s largest spa!! haha! But seriously, so many epic things about Germany!

August 31, 2020 6:54 pm

I have been to Germany a couple of times but still want to go back again. I’ve never made it for their Christmas markets yet and there are definitely some beautiful places I still want to check out. What a great list of reasons, you’ve definitely made me want to get back here again soon

August 31, 2020 7:23 pm

Nuremberg looks absolutely gorgeous! I’ve always wanted to visit Germany and hopefully experience an Oktoberfest too 😉 Great post!

September 1, 2020 10:16 am

I have only visited Berlin and it really impressed me. I would love to go back to Germany and visit other cities like Nuremberg or Cologne. Also, I totally agree with all the reasons you’ve mentioned in the post 🙂

Kaylini Naidoo
September 3, 2020 4:27 am

Great photos! Ive yet to visit Germany, but its on my list!

Hannah Swancott o
Hannah Swancott o
September 8, 2020 11:55 am

Oh we love Germany! It’s such a beautiful place. The spa sounds aaaaaaamazing!

Confidant Candy
Confidant Candy
November 5, 2020 1:04 pm

Travelling to Germany is definitely on my list. I will keep these places in mind. Thanks for sharing!

December 4, 2020 3:19 pm

Germany seems lie such a beauty country! Can’t wait till this pandemic is lifted so we can travel again!

December 4, 2020 6:44 pm

I was in Germany for a summer almost 10 years ago now and had the chance to travel quite a lot throughout the country but there’s definitely a lot more for me to see. I’d love to go back to Germany!