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Holidays in Germany

 

Germany is a feast for the senses – diverse and beautiful scenery, fragrant forest trails and unexpectedly innovative cuisine… Discover the charms of the countryside on a self-guided walking or cycling holiday, or choose a journey by rail to delve into the rich history and architectural wealth of the cities.

Holidays in Germany
Holidays in Germany
 

Germany is a land of unexpected delights

Architecture, history and wine – or beer! – are common themes in our holidays to Germany, whether you are exploring on foot, by bike or by train. On the verdant shores of Lake Constance, you'll find both a reconstructed Stone Age settlement and a museum devoted to the iconic Zeppelin. In Bavaria, so pretty are the whimsical castles built by Ludwig II and so historically significant are places such as the Eagle’s Nest that sometimes the eye doesn’t know which to linger on – man’s legacy or the mountains framing every scene.
In the Moselle Valley, close to the border with Luxembourg, man and nature again compete, albeit it in a different way. Here, there is a clear winner, as wine-makers conquered the slopes 2,000 years ago and continue to produce delectable Riesling wines from Europe’s steepest vineyards downriver of the country’s oldest city. If you take our train journey in Germany, you can discover a wealth of history and architecture spanning several centuries, right up to the present day, as you explore the intriguing cities which until relatively recently were hidden behind the Iron Curtain. Other treasures which were revealed at the same time were the laid-back island of Rügen, whose coastline of white-sand beaches, chalk cliffs and timelessly elegant seaside villages holds a surprise around every bend, and the Harz Mountains. This central region has its share of ancient towns, but even more fascinating is the folklore surrounding the brooding mass of the Brocken, the ‘mountain of the German people’. If this is a ‘must’ for all German walkers, then so too is the Black Forest, where you would be forgiven for thinking you are walking through the pages of a fairy tale and where the fine gastronomy serves as a just reward for your efforts.
 

Holidaying in Germany

Our flexible booking arrangements, commitment to safety and financial protection mean that you can travel to Germany with us with confidence.

Travellers entering Germany from certain areas of the UK are required to take a Covid-19 test within 48 hours of departure and provide evidence of a negative result on arrival, or to take the test on arrival then self-isolate at your first accommodation until the result is available. In the absence of a negative test result, travellers from the areas in question will be required to quarantine for 14 days. Further details of the requirements can be found at www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/germany/entry-requirements.

Looking ahead, you can find 2021 prices for our winter holidays online, or, for a walking, cycling or touring holiday, you can book for summer 2021 at 2020 prices.

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