The illustrious capital city of Germany, Berlin is Germany’s largest city and arguably its greatest. The metropolis has had a significant place in the history of the world. Berlin is famed all over, for its varied architecture, art and culture, nightlife and a high standard of living. There are a wide range of accommodation in Berlin: for cheap apartment rental visit Booking for luxury Berlin hotels... [Read more...]
To people who are described by The Rolling Stones song as men “of wealth and taste,” then you should definitely visit the land famous for its sauerkraut, bratwurst, and many other delicacies: Germany. Literally at the heart of Europe—since it is bordered by nine other European countries—Germany is the perfect gateway if you want to deliberately get lost in Western Europe. [Read more…]
Munich is a city with such a rich culture and history, that you could spend years and still discover new things about it. While we won’t be able to cover everything there is to do, we can look at the things we believe nobody should miss. [Read more…]
Munich’s rich culture can be experienced, at least in part, by any visitor. There are plenty of ways to make sure that, in this experience, you feel less like an outsider and more like a local. Here are a few essential tips for it. [Read more…]
Millions of visitors travel to Germany each year, United States alone accounts for almost 3 million visitors each year. Tourists to Germany come for the welcoming and friendly nature of the people, the breathtaking landscapes and natural beauty, and the world-class accommodations available for every one from the budget-minded traveler to the jet-setting celebrity. Here is a list of some of the top... [Read more...]
Berlin has risen from the ashes of post-war division to become one of the world’s greatest, exciting and innovative cities. [Read more…]
What is the fun of playing golf when the air all around is polluted? Germany offers some of the most thrilling golf courses for both amateurs and professionals and is the perfect gateway to enjoy your holidays without sacrificing on your favorite sport. It also provides tourists with some of the most picturesque golf courses in the world. It is a well-established fact that golf lovers always check... [Read more...]
Welcome to Germany, famous over the centuries for its spas and wellness. Julius Caesar might have died centuries ago, but had he been alive today, you might have found him wandering around in the streets of Baden-Baden. Chances are bright that he might have visited this place when he was alive because history recalls that the Romans were fascinated by the hot mineral springs of Baden-Baden. It is a... [Read more...]
Surprise everyone by opting for a trip to Germany! The holiday season is round the corner and its time to take the loved members of your family along with you to some foreign destination. Boasting of a huge variety of amusement and theme parks, there are few countries in the world that can challenge Germany in this regard. Here are some favorite locales that will help you to plan your trip. [Read more…]
Once you have committed to being flexible about the date and location of your last-minute vacation, it is time to do the research and find the best vacation deal. There are websites that will help you with your search. One of the best websites for finding last-minute vacation deals for all inclusive resorts is Luxury Resort Guide. Sign up for their e-mail promotion codes to take advantage of special... [Read more...]
Bielefeld is in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Although it boasts a history dating back to the year 1215, you find it on nary a travel advisory. Thus overshadowed by other German cities and their landmarks, the solo traveler will nevertheless be well served to make Bielefeld a stop. If you need a hotel room in Bielefeld check out the latest hotel deals at www.luxury-resort-guide.com.
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The peaceful hotel attracts both business and leisure travelers wishing to be within walking distance of shopping, dining, nightlife, history, and culture in the center of what was called West Berlin before the Berlin Wall dividing the city was torn down.