You may not consider a family holiday to Germany, but surprising this country is full of rich culture, history ,and fabulous natural scenery. With so much on offer for families, it may just be worth checking it out!
Help the kids with their history homework by exploring the romantic medieval castles, or travelling back through time in historical Berlin, or the whole family can let their hair down at the numerous amusement parks!
Whilst in Germany, if you get the chance, don't miss the world's most famous castle, Neuschwanstein, nestled in the Alps, or a trip around Berlin, the capital, with its fascinating history and iconic Brandenberger Gate, the national symbol for Germany.
In Cologne, don't miss the the Cathedral of Cologne, one of Germany's most important architectural monuments and the third tallest cathedral in the world. Head out to the Black Forest to enjoy outdoor fun and activities.
If you visit Nuremberg, take in the imperial castle, towering over the city, and if you are visiting during the festive period you will find it particularly magical.
Rolling hills dotted with old farm houses and wineries; valleys with lakes, rivers, and waterfalls. The Black Forest is one of the best places you can go to explore some of the natural beauty of this country.
Hamburg is more than just a city, in fact it is known as Germany’s “Gateway to the World”. This is mostly thanks to the incredibly important harbour that has its home within the city. However, whilst the locals are proud of this heritage the city of Hamburg has developed another character bringing into modern times.
Berlin is a city that is not only a cultural and historical wonder but also a fantastic place to enjoy a city break with your family.
A city of smiling faces, sunshine, tasty beer and sausages! There is also plenty to keep the little ones happy in and around Munich.
Known as the “city of the empires" Nuremberg has charming medieval fortifications, magnificent gothic churches, colourful market places and is renowned for it Magical Christmas market.
Frankfurt is a city where the modern meets the historical with a skyline that is full of buildings that have stood the test of time and some that will form the future.
Cologne is the capital of the Rhineland, and the oldest city in Germany. Famous for the magnificent Cathedral which spires tower over the city, and for its chocolate museum!