Destinations in Germany

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Germany

— Munich, Germany

(Rated 9.7, 498 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Munich! BEYOND by Geisel is a residence in front of Munich Town Hall. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. It features luxuriou ...

— Berlin, Germany

(Rated 9.5, 1 reviews)
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Offering free fitness facilities, free refreshments 24 hours a day and free WiFi, this hotel is located in Berlin’s popular Hackescher Markt area. A ...

— Berlin, Germany

(Rated 9.5, 505 reviews)
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Gorki Apartments are centrally located in Berlin's trendy Mitte district, surrounded by numerous bars, cafés, galleries and shops. Guests can relax i ...

— Dresden, Germany

(Rated 9.5, 724 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Dresden.This 5-star-superior hotel offers elegant rooms with free Wi-Fi, a 400m² day spa and the Michelin-star Caroussel rest ...

— Munich, Germany

(Rated 9.3, 1 reviews)
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One of our bestsellers in Munich! Overlooking the Old Botanical Garden, this 5-star design hotel in Munich offers an exclusive spa with indoor pool, s ...

— Dresden, Germany

(Rated 9.3, 5 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Dresden.Situated Dresden Castle in the heart of Dresden’s Old Town, this hotel offers a gym, spa, and elegant rooms with fre ...

— Dresden, Germany

(Rated 9.3, 2 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Dresden.Offering free Wi-Fi, these stylish apartments are situated a 5-minute walk from the historic Frauenkirche Church. Gues ...

Germany - The Land Of Opportunity

Journey to a vast land with more than 2000 years of history behind it. Germany comes with many faces and unique experiences for everyone. If you’re a fan of the outdoors you’ll love the rolling hills, petite villages and evergreen landscape of the black forest. This area in the south west of Germany was also the setting of many Brother’s Grimm fairy tales. Privy to the occasional alcoholic beverage? You’ll feel right at home in Europe’s second largest beer drinking country. Head along to Germany’s infamous Oktoberfest, the world’s largest fair with over 6 million visitors per year. For your history and monument fix, you can’t miss the grand Neuschwanstein Castle - former home of the mad king, or Cologne's Cathedral - a gothic masterpiece which took 600 years to build. If you’re after a thrilling adventure head along to Europa-Park, Germany's largest amusement park and the most visited attraction in this ever changing country.

Travel Germany

Walk The Magical Halls Of Neuschwanstein Castle

The best way to experience the elegance of the Bavarian Alps is by paying a visit to the one and only Neuschwanstein Castle. This mighty fortress instantly transports you to a land of fairytales and magic courtesy of its neverending halls, sky high towers and picturesque mountain top setting. Visitors are welcome to explore the many rooms of the castle and learn all about the mad king - whose obsession with romanticism led to the creation of this almighty stronghold.

Marvel At The Berlin Wall’s East Side Gallery

The Berlin Wall falling in 1989 was an event many people will never forget. This significant day marked the end of the Cold War and represented freedom in the country of Germany. That day is still remembered by the East Side Gallery, an incredible 1.3km stretch of the wall covered with more than 106 amazing pieces of artwork by artists from all over the world.

Spend The Holidays At The Frankfurt Christmas Markets

Almost every German town, city or village has its own unique Christmas markets. And if you’re travelling Germany during the holiday season, there’s no better place to be than Frankfurt's Christmas markets (Weihnachtsmarkt). These markets typically take place in the center of the town where you’ll find stalls selling everything from arts and crafts and local delicacies, to sweets and mulled wine. When it’s snowing these markets are especially stunning.

Tips and Travel Information For Germany

Money The primary currency of Germany is the Euro (€). Around 80% of transactions in Germany are cash and many shops and cafes do not accept cards of any kind. However, some businesses will display stickers on their front doors indicating they do accept cards. Getting Around in Germany In general, Germany’s cities and larger towns have plenty of effective transit networks for you to choose from. Larger cities like Berlin and Munich also combine buses, trams, subway’s and trains into one network. Costs are worked out based on zones and time travelled (sometimes both). Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Jul - Aug) Moderate (Apr - Jun, Sep - Oct) Quiet Season (Nov - Mar) Germany’s high tourist season comes between July and August. During this time expect higher accommodation prices and peak crowds due to a plethora of food and music festivals. Quieter times lie between November and March. Queues will be lower, but some sights will also run for less hours. During this time it’s also concert, opera and skiing season.

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