Visiting Germany for the First Time? Ideas and Destinations
From historical villages, towns, cities, castles, lakes, and forests, Germany is a vibrant and arguably underused country for tourism. It has been the scene of historical precedence throughout the centuries and if you’ve never been there before you are in for a treat.
You can uncover more about Germany by visiting the country’s tourist board.
So now we know how cool Germany is let’s look at some of the exciting places that should feature on your itinerary.
Getting to Germany
Germany has some of the best airports in the world so you should be able to find one near the place you want to visit. That said, no matter if you’re travelling for business or pleasure, you may want to consider chartering your own flight to Germany. This gives you several advantages outlined below:
- Check-in times and custom control is greatly reduced so waiting times are kept to a minimum.
- You are not affected by industrial action.
- Comfort levels are far higher on a private jet than on a commercial flight. Even first or business class can’t match it.
- You can charter flights internally so you see more of the country thanks to reduced travelling times. Although Germany is well served by train and a massive autobahn network, it is far quicker to charter a flight to get from one place to another.
- You’ll probably find a closer smaller airfield closer to your destination to use.
There are a lot of advantages of travelling by chartered flight.
Where to Go in Germany
If you are planning a visit where to go? Here are some ideas.
Berlin is one of the most historic cities in the world. It is vibrant and like one of the world’s leading cities is a cultural, economic, and historic powerhouse.
It has culture in abundance dedicating a whole island packed full of museums, showing the country’s history and modern art. There are numerous places to visit including the Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie which is a relic from the Cold War years.
Munich is one of Germany’s most influential cities and has shaped the country’s cultural and political landscape for centuries. Its roots go back to the 1100s and features some of the oldest surviving churches, and buildings including Peterskirche built in the 1300s, the iconic Frauenkirche cathedral, and the Michaelskirche are all located here.
The cities green spaces and historic city centre are popular and should be explored for their vibrancy and beauty. And why you’re at it, go for a drink in one of the world famous beer halls!
The old town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber is located in the heart of Bavaria. It can be reached via Frankfurt and it is truly an unspoilt medieval town on the River Tauber.
It is the kind of town that Instagram feeds were made for as every building dates back to the time of the horse and cart. You’ll marvel at the 13th century town hall, or the Imperial City Museum set in the well preserved Convent building.
It is a must see place for any visit to Germany.
Germany is an amazing country, take some time to explore it.