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The re-unification of Germany in 1990 has seen a difficult time financially for this now greatly enlarged country. But for tourists it meant the already wide spectrum of places to visit almost doubled overnight.

It’s fair to say that there’s still a discernable difference between places in the old East  and West Germany’s, but if anything that gives a certain additional charm and local identity to each.

Germany is a land dominated by mighty rivers, including the Rhine, Mosel, Neckar, Elbe, and Danube. And in Europe, wherever you find rivers, you generally find castles which once defended them, along with many centuries of history and legend. This is certainly the case in Germany, and the country boasts some of the oldest settlements in Europe.

But it’s the stunning scenery, the impressive cities (many rebuilt after devastation in the Second World War), and the wide range of cultural attractions that draws the majority of travellers here.

It’s a great place to drive, walk, cycle, tour, or just chill out with a glass of the excellent local wines and beers. You’ll be certain of a warm welcome!


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Bonn, Koln, Koblenz, Essen, Dusseldorf, Dortmund, Munich, Frankfurt, Leipzig, Stuttgart, Nuremberg, Hamburg, Hannover, Dresden, Heidelberg

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