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Since unification, Germany has steadily caught the attention of travellers across the globe. With a now firm reputation as a safe and stable nation, increasing numbers of visitors are experiencing its special convergence of modern and medieval, interspersed with some of Europe’s most picturesque landscapes. Well-kept towns and villages throughout the countryside each have their own unique character, while telling the broader story of German history through their art and architecture. Larger cities like Munich, Cologne and Berlin are hotbeds of innovation and contemporary art and design. German food has long had the reputation of being wholesome and delicious, from bread to beer, to lesser known local delights. The diverse range of dramatic landscapes is much-enjoyed by locals, and often pleasantly surprises visitors. Thick forests, large lakes, the dune-fringed northern coasts and the mighty Alps add hearty character to a country full of inspiration and beauty.
  • University is free for everyone, even non-Germans
  • 65% of the highways in Germany have no speed limit
  • To get ONE beer in Germany, you show your thumb. To show your first finger means that you want 2 beers: one with the thumb, and one with the finger
  • One third of Germany is still covered in Forest and Woodland
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Signature Moments
  • Take pictures in front of the Berlin Wall
  • Visit an old Cathedral (they have so many!)
  • Walk around the Brandenburg Gate
  • Take a moment to reflect in front of the Holocaust memorial

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