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Germany Destination Information

Located in the heart of Europe and bordering nine countries, Germany has the look of a fairy tale: snow-capped mountains, turreted castles, mysterious forests and charming medieval villages. Germany's scenery ranges from sandy beaches to towering mountains, forests, lakes and some of Europe's most vibrant cities. Each of the country's 16 states offer distinct regional foods and a huge choice of local wines and beers.

Vacation Destinations in Germany

  • Baden-Baden

    Hotels & Resorts in Baden-Baden, Germany

    Brenner's Park 
    Steigenberger Europaeischer Hof 
    Der Kline Prinz 
  • Berlin
    Founded in the 13th century, Berlin has had an eventful history. Almost no other metropolis has experienced such frequent, radical changes, and the city has risen to the urban and environmental challenges of rebuilding itself. Spreading across two rivers, its buildings and monuments represent layers of history stretching back to the early years of the Middle Ages. In addition to popular destinations such as the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, the remaining stretches of the Berlin Wall, and the Wall Victims Memorial, visitors can take in the city's contemporary skyscrapers, the numerous urban "green spaces", a large zoo and aquarium, and many art and history museums, as well as Berlin's modern and vibrant cultural scene.

    Hotels & Resorts in Berlin, Germany

    Hotel Concorde Berlin 
    Kempinski Hotel Bristol 
    The Westin Grand Berlin 
    Crowne Plaza Berlin City Center 
    Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz 
  • Cologne

    Hotels & Resorts in Cologne, Germany

    Dom Hotel 
    Hopper St Antonius 

  • Dresden
    It has been called "Florence of the North" and is the traditional capital of Saxony and the third largest city in eastern Germany after Berlin and Leipzig. It lies in the broad basin of the Elbe River between Meissen and Pirna, 19 miles (30 km) north of the Czech border and 100 miles (160 km) south of Berlin.

    Hotels & Resorts in Dresden, Germany

    Qf An Der Frauenkirche 
    Taschenberg Palais Kempinski 
    Westin Bellevue 

  • Frankfurt
    Known primarily as a commercial center, this affluent port city is also home to the Imperial Cathedral that has been the coronation site for the sovereigns of the Holy Roman Empire. Today, Frankfurt recalls its illustrious past in some 40 museums, many of which are clustered about the Main River bank, and is the home of a variety of skilled artisans and tradespeople.

    Hotels & Resorts in Frankfurt, Germany

    Villa Kennedy 
    Le Meridien Parkhotel 
  • Hamburg
    As Germany's second largest city, Hamburg lives up to its reputation for being elegant, cosmopolitan and "cutting edge", after all, this is the city that put the Beatles on the map. It has more bridges than Venice and Amsterdam combined. Hamburg is also home to world-famous museums, converted covered markets and several art auction houses and galleries. And as Germany's greenest city, over 50 percent of its area is covered in parks, woods and nature reserves.

    Hotels & Resorts in Hamburg, Germany

    Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg 
    Steinberger Hamburg 
    Moevenpick Hamburg 
  • Heidelberg
    Set on the River Neckar, Heidelberg is another of Germany's most beautiful towns. Germany's first university was established here, and the city has inspired many of Germany's poets and composers who lauded the natural beauty of the mountains, forests and vineyards that surround the city.

    Hotels & Resorts in Heidelberg, Germany

    Crowne Plaza Heidelberg 
    Romantik Zum Ritter 
  • Leipzig

    Hotels & Resorts in Leipzig, Germany

    The Westin Leipzig 
    Mercure Hotel Leipzig am Johannisplatz 
  • Munich
    Munich is the capital of Bavaria, set on the bank of the Isar River, and is the site of the Oktoberfest and the Hofbrauhouse. Sip beer in Munich's famed beer gardens, tour the Nymphenburg Palace, and visit the Alte Pinakothek, one of the world's most famous art galleries.

    Hotels & Resorts in Munich, Germany

    Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski Munich 
    Citadines Munich Arnulfpark 
    K & K Hotel Am Harras 

  • Stuttgart
    Stuttgart boasts the best of many things—the most prominent are its ballet, opera, and philharmonic orchestra. Plus, it's no wonder why this fabulous city stands out as one of Germany's biggest manufacturing hubs—Stuttgart is known as the "cradle of the automobile," with 2 of the biggest German car companies, Mercedes-Benz and Porsche, based here. While you're here, make a point to view the astounding scenery surrounding its industrial core. Take a tour of many castles and palaces—one of the most impressive is the towering, majestic castle of Burg Hohenzollern in Swabia, just an hour away. When it comes to local foods, try the Swabian version of macaroni and cheese, Käsespätzle, garnished with crisp, fried onions. Stuttgart is also known as a prominent wine-growing city, and in southern Germany, it's the perfect way to wash down a hardy local dish. Plus, Stuttgart can also be called the gateway to the Black Forest area of Germany, perhaps one of its most fascinating attractions.

    Hotels & Resorts in Stuttgart, Germany

    Le Meridien Stuttgart 

All hotels featured in our European Program have been carefully selected to ensure the utmost satisfaction of our clientele. 
All packages include: • Centrally located hotels  • Hotels with private baths  
Information contained within this web site is accurate at the time of publication and is subject to change without notice.