Stretching from the Alps to the Baltic and North Seas, Germany makes for inspiring, fascinating and invigorating travel. Spend one day exploring half-timbered medieval towns and spectacular baroque palaces in Bavaria, and the next immersing yourself in fast-paced cosmopolitan cities. Metropolises such as Berlin provide a world of variety, with renowned historic attractions Brandenburg Gate and the Berlin wall right next to the top techno clubs on earth. Art and design explode in continual evolution, with Weimar providing the mecca for fans of Goethe, Schiller, and the Bauhaus Movement, and forward-thinking galleries dotted all over the country. Nature lovers have a paradise to explore, including pristine Alpine pistes, huge glimmering lakes, and thousands of miles of dense forest dotted with curative thermal springs. Culinary enthusiasts will delight in Germany's world-famous beer, sausage, and 'stollen'.


6 Mar 2018 - 9 Mar 2018

Resting on the eastern banks of Lake Constance, the Bavarian town of Lindau is best known for its historic Old Town set on an island, which is connected to the mainland. The town features ancient winding alleyways hugging Medieval buildings, surrounded by the crystal-clear waters of the lake. The mainland is scattered with wonderful museums, art galleries, theatres, lakes, and lush parks, such as the historical Lindenhof Park. Visitors can stroll along the promenade, soak in the views of the Alps while taking a boat tour, and view the famed harbor entrance with its Bavarian lion statue and white lighthouse.


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