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Germany is the largest nation in the whole of Central Europe and is famous for its rich culture, stunning scenery and diverse nightlife scene. People who enjoy locally brewed beer will love spending time in Germany’s traditional taverns, where they are always sure to receive a warm welcome. Germany’s scenery is richly diverse and while much of the country is landlocked, the northern edge meets the sea with northwestern Germany meeting the North Sea, while the Baltic Sea laps the shores of northeastern Germany. This entire coast is scattered with a large number of beautiful beaches as well as world class beach resorts for sun worshippers to enjoy.
Berlin is Germany’s capital city and boasts and large number of world famous attractions such as the striking 18th century Brandenburg Gate, the Deutsches Historisches Museum, the remnants of the Berlin Wall and the Topography of Terror, which tells the emotional story of the atrocities that were committed during the Nazi regime. Berlin is also known for its vibrant nightlife and there are more than two hundred clubs to choose from. Frankfurt is another city that should not be missed while visiting Germany. Among the attractions that are just waiting to be discovered by visitors are the large and lovely botanical garden and the Museum of Modern Art, while people who visit Frankfurt in the summer months will be able to enjoy a large number of free concerts. Situated just to the north of the Bavarian Alps, Munich is a particularly lively city that people who are young at heart will love. Check out the 16th-century Michaelskirche and go shopping in Marienplatz.
People who are planning on taking a road trip in Germany will probably fly into Frankfurt airport, which is Germany’s main transportation hub. After spending a couple of days exploring the city of Frankfurt and the surrounding area by car, motorists can the drive south to visit the city of Stuttgart. Bavaria is one of the most picturesque regions of Germany and is home to the Alps. Motorists can spend time following the roads that wind their way through the Alps before heading further south to the city of Munich. Nuremberg is located almost directly to the north of Munich and it is worth spending a few days exploring this stunning city as well as the surrounding area before heading northwest to return to Frankfurt, completing a full circuit of southern Germany.