YWG to Germany
February 19, 2016
Germany is a country rich with natural beauty and steeped in history. Travellers will discover an absolute wealth of natural landscapes to take in and cultural and historical landmarks to visit.
For the eco-traveller, Germany boasts several UNESCO Biosphere reserves and national parks, including Hainich National Park, renowned for its walking trails through forests of thousand-year-old trees.
There is no shortage of historical landmarks and culturally significant places to visit, including 40 UNESCO world heritage sites. From the Brandenburg Gate to the Berlin Wall, the Cologne Cathedral to the Neuschwanstein Castle, travellers will be overwhelmed by the multitude of tourist destinations on offer.
A trip to Germany wouldn’t be complete without experiencing Oktoberfest, the world’s biggest beer festival held on the Theresienwiese grounds, in the Bavarian capital of Munich every year in September/October.