More than wildlife
Chill in a cave
At the Berchtesgaden National Park is Germany’s largest ice cave. Stroll through the gaping pits and discover a freezing underground world.
Take a cruise
As one of the longest rivers in Europe, the Rhine, which flows for 1,233 kilometres (766.2 miles), offers the perfect method of scenic sightseeing in Germany.
Visit a castle
There are many castles to view in Germany, but one of the most awe-inspiring is Neuschwanstein Castle in southwest Bavaria, which, at 65 metres (213.3 feet), looms over its wooded surroundings.
See the Alps
At 1,834 metres ( 6,017 feet) above sea level, the Eagle’s Nest mountain chalet offers breathtaking 360-degree views of the Alps.
Germany is famous for its holiday festivities and Christmas markets, especially its November market in Nuremberg, which features 180 wooden huts.