Something for everyone

SPONSORED: Do you have a bucket list of unique destinations you want to visit? Well, if Germany isn’t on your list it should be. It is a country rich in history and nature – a cultural patchwork offering something for everyone. You will be truly surprised by its beauty and all the amazing experiences on offer.

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The amusement parks

Seeking new thrills? Germany has numerous theme parks, including Europa-Park aka the largest theme park in the country, offering a diverse and fun range rides. When you’re not whizzing through on the attractions, you can unwind in one of the many restaurants, and indulge in shopping experiences and other entertainment. Most amusement parks also stage live shows. Here are some of our favourites

BELANTIS theme park in Leipzig

Find the Egyptian Valley of the Pharaohs, which will take you back to when the Pharaohs ruled Egypt, and make sure to visit the other fascinating sections like the Land of the Duke and the Knights Islands, and many others. You can’t miss the water roller coaster that passes through Europe’s largest pyramid! Don’t forget to get your Segway driving license in advance as it is a requirement for anyone who want to choose this fun form of transportation through the park.

Europa-Park in Rust

You cannot visit Germany without going to the largest amusement park in the country! We think spending one day wouldn’t be enough, so we recommend visiting more than once. Everything you can imagine and more can be found there, with an exciting mix of adrenaline-stimulating games, modern architectures, beautiful gardens, as well as 23 hours of live performances including a children’s theatre, snow shows and much more.

Make new furry friends

Dresden Zoo in Dresden

One of the oldest zoos in Germany, it is ideal for nature lovers with nearly 300 species from all over the world and about 3,000 animals. So make sure to equip the cameras and wear comfortable clothes because you can easily spend a whole day there

Hagenbeck Zoo in Hamburg

Hagenbeck Zoo in Hamburg has amazed visitors for more than a century with its plant diversity, historically preserved parades and the magnificent ice lake. The park is home to 1850 animal species from all the continents.

Work it out

Alb Valleys Cycle Route

A workout with a side of culture? Alb Valleys Cycle Route was awarded a four-star quality rating by the German Cyclists’ Federation (ADFC), and along the way you can travel back to the Stone Age. How? On the road you will find stone-age relics and some interesting cave formations.

Wannsee Lake in Berlin

If you are there during the warmer months, head to Lake Wannsee. You’ll find spectacular views over the extensive gardens. After Wannsee Train Station, there’s a magical place perfect for swimming, snorkeling, canoeing and sailing

One with nature

Schauinslandbahn Cable Car in Baden-Wurttemberg

While contemplating the lush greenery, we recommend riding the longest cable car in Germany. You can also stop at the climbing trails and explore the beautiful nature away from the city lights. Make sure to bring hot or cold drinks for a full on relaxing experience.

Western Pomeranian Boddenlandschaft National Park

The park is the largest nature reserve on the Baltic coast. Relax between the scenery of cliffs, sand dunes and lakes from the Darss-Zingst peninsula towards the west coast of Rügen, stroll with loved ones and take stunning photos for Instagram.

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