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Traditions and Customs

What comes to mind when you first think of Germany? Designer fashion or lederhosen? Cuckoo clocks or sports cars? Cutting-edge technology or traditional costumes? Oompah bands or pop culture? To discover the different traditions and customs of each individual Bundesland (Federal State), simply order a copy of this very informative brochure or download the online version.

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Germany reunified. 25 years on.

The fall of the Berlin Wall, 25 years ago, was one of the most memorable moments in German history. Now, 25 years after the Wall came down, we present you with 25 exciting perspectives on Destination Germany. Over the past quarter of a century, a whole host of new attractions have been added to the tourism map. East or west, north or south – Germany is yours to discover!

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The Wall: Berlin's Most Thrilling Breakthrough

Built in 1961, the wall completely cut off West Berlin from East Berlin and the rest of the former GDR, separating many friends and families from each other for over 28 years. But what exactly happened all those years ago, and how did the Wall come to fall? To find out more, order this free guide about the history of the wall and how the city has transformed itself over the last 25 years.

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Destination Germany - Naturally Unique

Germany ticks all the right boxes for a sustainable travel destination. Green living is part and parcel of everyday life in Germany, from energy-saving measures and conservation of resources through to seperating rubbish for recycling. The purity of the water and air is guaranteed by strict regulations, while an exceptional transport network allows people to travel in a climate-friendly way. In this brochure we present a host of natural, unique and sustainable travel experiences, including nature, culture, events, cycling, infrastructure, cuisine and hiking.

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Time Travel - UNESCO World Heritage in Germany

UNESCO World Heritage sites are outstanding testimonies to the history of mankind and nature. Only the most exceptional examples are inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list and enjoy the special international protection associated with that status. Sites range from individual architectural monuments to entire towns, and from industrial heritage to extraordinary natural landscapes. Travelling to UNESCO World Heritage sites is a remarkable journey back into history

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Discover the German Christmas Markets

Join us for the original German Christmas Market, an eagerly awaited joyful fair, held annually in historic town centres during Advent, the four weeks leading up to Christmas. 14th century traditions are still alive today in Germany with handcrafted nativity scenes, wooden toys and tree ornaments as well as the aroma of gingerbread, mulled wine and roasted chestnuts greeting all visitors. Order this brochure for a selection of Fred.\ Holiday offers and Christmas Market Breaks.

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UNESCO Destination Kassel

Kassel is the capital of the "German Fairy Tale Route" where art and nature are equally important. Designed in the style of an English landscape garden, Germany's 38th UNESCO World Heritage Site is the baroque Wilhelmshöhe Park & Palace, one of Kassel's most treasured highlight. Kassel is also World renowned for its documenta contempary art exhibition which is held every 5 years at the magnificent edifice, a building that housed the first public museum on mainland Europe, after it was completed in 1779.

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UNESCO Regensburg

Regensburg ist Bavaria`s fourth biggest city with about 150.000 inhabitants and is located on the northernmost point of the Danube River. The best preserved medieval city in Germany, Regensburg presents a perferct combination of an inviting skyline, impressive historic monuments and legendary Bavarian hospitality. The Old Town of Regensburg was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in July 2006. Here, like in no other central European city, authentic buildings of outstanding quality bear witness to the town´s political, religious and economic significance during the Middle Ages.

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UNESCO Cities of Franconia

The diverse travel destination Franconia is located in the Northern part of Bavaria. Franconia offers cultural diversity, historical heritage as well as many culinary delights, like the famous Franconian wine. This combination guarantees a sensual and exciting experience for all. There are shiny castles inside towns, majestic medieval fortresses overlooking valleys, the absolute highlights are the UNESCO World Heritage Sites: The magnificent Residenz Castle in Würzburg, the historical old town of Bamberg, the Roman border fortification Limes, and the baroque-era, margravial opera house in Bayreuth.

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British German Royal Heritage Route

This information pack highlights the main attractions and family link between Germany’s Royal Houses and Great Britain, a history which goes back to almost 300 years. The first Hanoverian King of England was only 52nd in line to the throne, but thanks to the Act of Settlement, George was the nearest Protestant eligible to take the crown. 2014 sees the 300th anniversary of the Georgian Accession to the thrones of Great Britain and Ireland and provides a perfect opportunity to take a tour of Germany’s Royal Heritage with British links, a heritage dating from 1714 to the accession of Queen Victoria in 1837.

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Discover Germany BarrierFree (Accessible Travel)

Welcome to accessible BarrierFree Germany – where everyone should be able to travel with enjoyment, with ease and ‘without barriers’. BarrierFree means you can explore anything from national parks to a wealth of hands-on museums, sports experiences and everything else in between, without having to worry about everyday obstacles – leaving you to concentrate on the attractions and the beauty of all that Germany has to offer. Germany is able to provide some amazing facilities, for all visitors - including wheelchair users, people with limited mobility and for the hearing and visually impaired as well. For a selection of BarrierFree brochures please follow next line.

 

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Accessible & BarrierFree Destinations in Germany

The “BarrierFree Destinations in Germany Association” is an official organisation which provides accredited information on the various "BarrierFree" holiday regions and activities in Germany, including the East Frisian Islands, the Ruppiner & Lusatian Lake Districts, the historic city of Magdeburg, the Eifel National Park, the Franconian Lake District in northern Bavaria, Saxony Switzerland and the incredible historic city of Erfurt. Every one of these 8 BarrierFree destinations has its own unmistakable character – from urban regions, to upland areas and the coast. If your interests cover nature, the arts, activities, or simply relaxation – we guarantee there won't be a dull moment.

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BarrierFree Frankfurt

The brochure "BarrierFree Frankfurt" takes a closer look at the many touristic offers available in Frankfurt am Main. Sights, museums, theatres, shopping locations, restaurants and other attractions have been examined on their overall accessibility. It provides a wide variety of essential information such as providing door and stair measurements, access alternatives, locations of wheelchair-accessible toilets, details on guided city tours and much more. Special icons throughout the prospectus make it simple to find the information quickly and easily, enabling you to plan book and realise your trip with a minimum of hassle.

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BarrierFree Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf captivates the hearts of people with its hospitality and a joie de vivre that is typical of the Rhineland. The Altstadt with its more than 260 pubs and restaurants and the MedienHafen prove that both historic and modern nightlife districts hold equal attraction. The metropolis on the Rhine also has a lot to offer as a shopping destination. Major international designers present themselves on the Königsallee, one of Europe’s most luxurious shopping boulevards. This guide includes information on hotels, public transport as well as on accessibility of museums and many other attractions.

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BarrierFree Erfurt

Erfurt, the 1270 year old capital of the federal state of Thuringia, has become a popular city destination in the heart of Germany with its historical old quarter and highly renowned sights and attractions - from the Erfurt Cathedral and the Merchants´ Bridge to the Augustinian monastery. The services and facilities on offer to visitors place a strong emphasis on ‘BarrierFree tourism for all’, which has enabled Erfurt to emerge as a leading destination for accessible city breaks.

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BarrierFree East Frisia

East Frisia’s natural and cultural landscape is diverse. Located between the mainland and the East Frisian islands is the Wadden Sea, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage site – a habitat for common and grey seals and a breeding ground and resting place for millions of waterfowl and wading birds. People with disabilities will find a broad range of services and options in East Frisia: from accessible sights and activities to accommodations and restaurants. Especially the North Sea Island Langeoog with a beautiful 14 km long sandy beach and the moor spa town Bad Zwischenahn in the park-like landscape of Ammerland offer plenty of activities for disables people.

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TravelLog Magazine

Culture in Germany is always in season. This is perhaps best reflected by the 4,000 or so museums that make Germany a melting pot of culture and the arts. But now there's a new and exciting creative demension to the world of "Made in Germany"; art, fashion, cuisine and music, read the whole story in this new and very informative magazine about German culture.

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Vibrant Towns and Cities

German towns and cities are both modern and ancient, cultural and culinary. They are the focal points, the transport hubs - the gateways to whole regions. Everyone has favourites on their list, but wherever you’re headed, Germany’s towns and cities are perfect for a city break or as the starter point to discover all that Germany has to offer

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Campsites and Motorhome Sites in Germany

Welcome to the land of camping. Our latest camping guide details individual campsites in Germany's various holiday regions and is packed with ideas and inspirations.

 

Use the guide to plan your trip and keep it handy as you tour the country. It contains information on more than 800 campsites of all prices and categories throughout Germany. For an online version with even more campsites please see: www.germany.travel/camping

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Health Travel

Dotted throughout Germany are more than 350 approved spa and health resorts where holidaymakers can relax, get active and healthy. As well as spa centres, there are rehabilitation clinics in which highly trained specialists focus on the wellbeing of their patients. These are complemented by top wellness hotels whose fantastic facilities and holistic approaches restore harmony to mind, body and soul.

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Medical Travel to Germany

Germany owes its world leading reputation for advanced medical care due to the unparalleled level of collaboration between science, research, industry and medicine. Many of our highly respected doctors and hospitals are ideally placed to provide the best standard of care to patients from around the world. The brochure puts the spotlight on a broad spectrum of expertise and specialist services available throughout Germany.

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Discover Germany by Bike

If you enjoy exploring your holiday destination by bike, then Germany is the place for you. Over 200 long-distance cycle routes pass through a wide variety of landscapes on their way to some of the most beautiful places in Germany. Our pocket guide presents a selection of outstanding cycling routes that show Germany in all its rich variety. It provides you with information on the length, terrain and character of the route as well as the scenery and places of interests that make a cycling holiday in Germany such an unforgettable experience.

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Walking in Germany

With about 200,000 kilometres of marked walking trails, "Destination Germany" offers any number of variations, from leisurely strolls to challenging hikes, and there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the scenery or admire Germany’s cultural heritage along the way. In our pocket guide each trail is accompanied by a summary that gives you all the important information at a glance. It shows you where the trail begins and ends, how long the trail is, the number of stages, and the altitude variation in approximate values (ascent, descent).

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Germany for the Jewish Traveller

Germany abounds with celebrated sites evoking the country’s rich Jewish history. This new travel brochure ‘Germany for the Jewish Traveller’ is packed with travel tips and information about Jewish life, Jewish culture and places of interest in 64 German cities.

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Great Holidays on a Small Budget

Discovering Germany under your own steam can certainly be very good value too. With more than 300 places to stay, this brochure offers a representative selection of the wide variety of accommodation that is available. Whether you are looking to stay in a modern city or a historical town, you will find affordable accommodation everywhere. In addition, the standards in Germany are very high.

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Palaces, Parks and Gardens

Discover the Beauty and Romance of royal splendour. Palaces, Parks and Gardens – in towns, cities or incorporated into the beautiful rural landscape – are among Germany’s most attractive holiday destinations, drawing visitors from all over the world. Detailing over 250 places of interest, this brochure takes you on a journey back in time through various periods of history with their differing styles and conventions, bringing thousands of years of German history to life.

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