Citadines Kurfurstendamm Berlin
This cosy apart hotel is excellently located, just 2 minutes from the famous Kurfrstendamm boulevard with its elegant shops and boutiques, theatres and art galleries. Savignyplatz and Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church are within a short stroll; the ICC and the international trade fair centre are wit...
Travel Dates: 1 February - 31 March 2018.
Novotel Suites Berlin City Potsdamer Platz
At the 3-star Novotel Suites Berlin City Potsdamer Platz hotel, you can enjoy a relaxing stay in one of our spacious suites. Rooms feature a microwave, kettle and bathtub. Explore the city and its attractions on foot or using the convenient buses and trains. Enjoy a hearty buffet breakfast and ro...
Travel Dates: 1 February - 8 May 2018.
Mercure Hotel Chateau Berlin
Experience the vibrant and flourishing Kurfeurstendamm: At the 4-star Mercure Hotel Chateau Berlin on the Kurfeurstendamm you will be a short walk from the famous boulevard. You will love the relaxed atmosphere of our hotel. All 72 rooms are air-conditioned and have sound-proofed windows and free...
Travel Dates: 1 February - 30 April 2018.
Brothers Grimm Black Forest and Fairytale Chaser, 4 Days
Experience a piece of Germany's fairytale path at your own pace and follow the breadcrumbs in the steps of the Brother's Grimm, the author's of some of the most famous (and gruesome) fairytales in history including Rapunzel, Cinderella, Rumpelstiltskin and Hansel & Gretel. Journey from Munich to ...
Travel Dates: Only on 1 February 2018. Other travel dates available at an additional surcharge.
More than lederhosen, giant beer steins and pretzels
This country is so much more than its 20th-century history – it's bewitching. Contemporary Germany is a financial powerhouse of innovative people. It has a progressive culture and ridiculously romantic vistas (some with a fairytale castle to boot). There are 37 World Heritage-listed sites across this 16-state republic, including buildings, whole towns and landscapes. Regions still have a strong character and pride.
Berlin is an absorbing capital that shifts and changes with a mindfulness of history and a push to the future. Frankfurt is a highrise host to the world's largest book, consumer goods and musical instrument fairs. Literally millions descend on the beautifully-restored old city of Munich each year for Oktoberfest. Roman-founded Cologne is a beautiful blend of architecture and history. Beyond the hum of these cosmopolitan places, there's much to relish on holiday in Germany. In the south, explore the Alps and the Black Forest. In the west, sample the fruits of wine country labours and admire the Rhine and Moselle Valleys. Head north for the popular North Sea and Baltic Sea holiday spots. This is Germany. You're coming to visit, ja?