Shopping on your agenda and a city full of cultural events, filled to the brim of historical sites. Star rated restaurants to excellent street food, a hectic nightlife and family fun at zoo and museums. The broad variety of things to do, German cities have it all!
Massive shopping among unique boutiqes and large shopping malls, cultural events and a heavy nightlife for those who love clubbing behind hidden doors. This is Berlin. Top attractions and most significant for the city is the Brandenburg Gate, the pointing "Fernsehturm" Berlin Television Tower and the remains of the Wall. Explore the food at the Berlin Food week during autumn, excellent street food to fine dining at Michelin starred restaurants.
Hamburg got it all. The second largest city in Germany is also one of the largest port cities in the world. Thrilling, impressive and charming, all at once. Take a boat tour on river Elbe and see harbour from the waterside, the ships, the skyline, passing the red brick buildings of Speicherstadt. Don't miss the view from the concert venue Elbphilharmonie - the city's newest landmark. And if you're a huge fan of musicals and theatres, you will not be let down in this city.
Frankfurt got the nickname "Mainhattan" rightly so, the skyline of high-rise buildings in the banking quarter is impressive and makes this one a global metropolitan city. This city caters for both business and entertainment. The picturesque square of Römerberg in the old town center, the museum district, return to the hotel with shopping bags from the many stylish shops. Dinner at night and end the evening at the opera house. Frankfurt was also the birthplace of Germany's greatest writer, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.