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The Federal Republic of Germany - known as Germania in Roman times
- is the seventh largest country (by area) in Europe.
Germany Travel and Tourist Information with
links to official travel and tourism websites and state resources for
visitors to Germany.
Along The Rhine, Bavaria,
Berlin, Black Forest, Germany Tours, Germany Travel Guides, German
Wine and Beer, Hamburg, Hotels in
Germany, Learning German, Map of
Germany, Travel to Germany, Visiting Germany.
Driving From Berlin, Driving From Bonn, Driving
From Essen, Driving From Frankfurt, Driving From Hamburg, Driving
From Hannover, Driving From Koln, Driving From Leipzig, Driving
From Munich, Driving to Nuremberg, Driving From Stuttgart.
Countries neighbouring Germany are: Holland,
Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic, Poland and Denmark.
Weather in Europe:
Local weather forecasts for destinations around Europe.
Find and Book a Hotel in Germany.
Cities in Germany.
Frankfurt am Main, Heidelberg,
Accommodation in Munich
Timetables and public transport information, if you are flying into, or out of, Munich.
Find more about the city of Munich at the official pages of the Munich Tourist Office.
Each year, the Oktoberfest is attended by around 6 million visitors, who drink around 5
million litres of beer and consume over 200,000 pairs of pork sausages - mostly in the
beer tents; put up by the traditional Munich breweries.
The Black Forest panorama route from Waldkirch to Hinterzarten is a must see if you are in
the south of Germany. This site offers you a taste of the Schwarzwald, but is not the same
as real life contact with unpolluted scenic vistas. Includes hotel listings in the area.
Titisee-Neustadt includes the towns of Titisee, Neustadt, Waldau, Langenordnach,
Schwarzenbach and Rudenberg. The lake is the centre of attraction, and of course you can
taste some excellent smoked hams from the region.
The Rhine Land:
Explore the fascination of the Rhine and the Loreley Valley with tourist information on
Airlines and Airports:
Lufthansa is the award-winning German airline.
Travel by Rail:
DB issues tickets to the huge network of German Railways. Check the schedules, or find out
about special offers.
Berlin Tourist Information:
Berlin Tourismus Marketing GmbH (BTM) is charged with the world-wide promotion of Berlin
as a tourist destination.
Checkpoint Charlie was the former border crossing at the Berlin Wall. Ten years after the
fall of the Wall, one can pass freely again.
120,000 Berliners gathered in front of the Schoneberg Rathaus (City Hall) to hear
President Kennedy speak on 26th June, 1963.
Map of Berlin:
Interactive street map that lets you search for addresses. If you type the address wrong
you'll get alternatives to choose from. Zoom out to view the neighbouring area.
Hamburg Tourist Board:
Get tickets for Hamburg's wide-ranging leisure time activities from the Hamburg Tourist
A kilogram of sturdy glass, half full of beer and hundreds of sweaty
strangers 'prosting' to the oompah; Germans are proud of the drink that oils the
Oktoberfest, and drink plenty of it.
The Aisch Valley Beer Trail, between Bad Windsheim and Uehlfeld, has eight traditional
breweries along its 50 kilometres.
An impressive castle dominates the Heidelberg skyline. But there's plenty more to see and
do in Heidelberg, even if you don't make it for the wine festival.
Learning and teaching German from the Goethe Institute.
Bosenberg Motorcycle Excursions:
Scheduled 12-day tours on 3 Alpine routes start at Frankfurt/Main, Germany. Tours are for
discriminating motorcyclists where the destination is almost as important as the ride
Germany is a federation. The federation and the 16 Länder (states) each
have areas of responsibility of their own.
Embassy in Washington DC:
4645 Reservoir Road NW.
German Tourist Board:
The German National Tourist Board invites you to explore their cities.
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