Germany offers a wide range of incredible experiences. Here are our top picks:
Year-round winter-sports at Snow Dome
It’s not that often we get the chance to ski in perfect snow conditions back home, so head to the slopes in Snow Dome , located in Bispingen, and have fun! Here you can ski, ride your snowboard or toboggan (fancy word for going on a sled ride), you can go for freestyle or hit the slopes. Doesn’t matter if you’re a professional or beginner, kid or adult, there’s something for everyone, and you can rent the equipment there.The snow is always perfect, there’s no wind, no risk of getting your noses sunburnt, and it’s always -4°, and plenty of space. Race ya!
Relax in the Enchanting Black Forest Spa Retreats
The Black Forest is particularly well known for its thermal baths. Some of them were built by the Romans more than 2.000 years ago after they discovered the healing power of thermal springs. Visitors can indulge in various treatments, from mineral-rich mud baths to aromatic herbal massages. Surrounded by dense forest and traditional villages, these spas provide a perfect blend of natural beauty and ancient wellness traditions.
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Sip and Savor on the Baden Wine Route
Explore Germany's scenic Baden Wine Route, a 500-kilometer journey through eight charming wine regions. The route offers not just wine tastings but also vineyard tours, local gastronomic delights, and encounters with winemakers who share their passion and knowledge of viticulture. It's a wine lover's paradise in stunning landscapes. Prost!
Experience the Magic of Europa Park in Rust
Europa Park is Europe’ s second most popular theme park. In the cold season, it transforms into a magical winter wonderland for the whole family. With themed areas representing different European countries, the park offers a wide array of attractions for all ages, from thrilling roller coasters to enchanting shows. The winter season brings special highlights like festive decorations, seasonal treats, and a magical atmosphere that captivates both children and adults.
Winter adventures in the Harz Mountains
This mountain range is a popular destination for hiking, skiing, and snowboarding. It's also home to a number of charming villages, such as quaint villages in the region, with their half-timbered houses and cozy inns, add to the charm of a winter getaway.
Eltz Castle: A fairytale come to life!
Eltz Castle isn’t just a building that appears torn from the Disney playbook, it’s a living piece of history. Inside, visitors can see original furnishings, armors, and artworks, giving a glimpse into the life of medieval nobility. The surrounding hiking trails offer scenic views of the castle and the lush Eltz forest.
Autostadt - Volkswagen theme park
A must-see for car enthusiasts! It features a collection of classic cars, a ride-through factory tour, and a test track. The park features pavilions dedicated to different car brands, interactive exhibits on automotive technology, and a factory tour showcasing Volkswagen's manufacturing process. The park's car museum displays an impressive collection of vintage and modern cars, appealing to car enthusiasts of all ages.
This world-famous model railway is a must-see for anyone visiting Hamburg. It features a replica of the city's streets, buildings, and trains. It's the world's largest model railway exhibit!
This Renaissance palace is one of the most impressive buildings in Celle . It houses a museum with a collection of Baroque art and furniture, and historical exhibits, offering insight into the region's cultural heritage. The palace's gardens are a tranquil retreat, perfect for a leisurely stroll.
Charming weekend getaways in German towns, like Bremen!
This medieval district is a labyrinth of narrow streets and half-timbered houses. It's a great place to wander and explore. Visitors can browse through small, unique shops selling local crafts, antiques, and handmade jewelry. Cafés and traditional German restaurants dot the area, inviting visitors to sample local delicacies. The historic Bremen Town Hall and Roland Statue, both UNESCO World Heritage sites, are just a short walk away, adding to the cultural richness of a weekend getaway in this charming German town.