From medieval castles to glittering skyscrapers, from the fairy-tale splendour of the Alps to the forest-fringed coastline of the Baltic Sea, Germany is a sightseer’s paradise.
You’ll find 185,770 Germany hotels on Expedia starting at €85 a night. Want to make your holiday budget stretch a little further? The best way to save money and time is to bundle your flights, hotel and rental car into a Germany Holiday Package. If you want to start sorting out your itinerary now, you can also add experiences to the mix. If historical attractions are your thing, why not add on a tour of the Berlin Wall?
Day 1-2: Home to Germany’s busiest airport, Frankfurt is where most travellers start their journey. Take in the towering skyscrapers of the country’s financial centre from a river cruise before admiring some art at its world-class galleries and museums.
Day 3-4: Rent a car and head south to Nuremberg. Famous for its post-WWII war crimes trials, this city also boasts some stunning architecture. See the best of it with a walking tour through the Old Town.
Day 5-6: Continue your road trip to Munich. No visit would be complete without a stop at Marienplatz, English Garden and Nymphenburg Palace.
Running from September to October in Munich, Oktoberfest is one of the world’s most well-known festivals. Don your lederhosen, follow the crowds and sample some of the famous Bavarian beer.
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