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Germany is a charming European country where history merges with modern excitement. Central Europe’s largest country is impressively forward thinking while respecting the past. Rich traditions survive in stunning Alpine ranges and beer flows like water.
Picturesque rivers meander through ancient and commercial cities. Sample exquisite wines on the banks of the Rhine, discover the cultural attraction of Berlin, explore the snowy peaks of the Bavarian Alps and enjoy the Baltic coast’s scenic seaside.
Berlin has fascinating layers of history. Visit ornate and historic museums on Museum Island (Museumsinsel), pay your respects at the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe and stroll along the Spree River’s open-air East Side Gallery, made from remnants of the Berlin Wall. Reach the giddy heights of the TV Tower (Fernsehturm) for panoramic views of the surrounding cityscape. Enjoy a performance of national classical music by the Berliner Philharmonie.
Visit cosmopolitan Hamburg to discover a bustling harborside city. Cologne features magnificent Romanesque architecture and a beautiful cathedral. Many of Germany’s major cities have interesting medieval architecture and exciting nightlife. Grab a street vendor’s bratwurst and pop the cap of a pilsner before dancing at a club, enjoying a friendly game of pool or watching local soccer.
Germany’s north coast is bounded by the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. Enjoy a seaside vacation on the coast and visit the scenic island of Rügen.
Travel south to find Bavaria, home to Oktoberfest, snowy mountain ranges, lederhosen and the Black Forest. Base an Alpine skiing vacation from lively Munich. Discover the Romantic Road, a tourist route winding past charming castles and historic villages. Explore the Rhine Valley to experience Germany’s premier winery region.
Germany has international airports in several major cities, including Frankfurt, Munich, Düsseldorf and Berlin. Use Germany’s excellent Deutsche Bahn railway system to explore the different regions and cities, or drive the autobahn highways, where cars are king. Germany’s climate is diverse, but generally summers are warm and dry and winter snowfall is common.
No regrets going with Super 8 this time, best value for the money, great location, breakfast included big plus as it's an additional 11 euro at other similarly priced nearby places. Only complaint, despite having known it in advance,
Large, comfortable room, well appointed, clean. A bonus: just a short walk to both the airport and the train station.
I liked the location in the airport and the staff and the restaurant very convenient very clean room
Good-Close to flight departure at North Terminal No good -There is no luggage rack to hold the luggage
brand new hotel. no wardrobe, but this is a hotel next to the airport, so assuming that people only stay one night. no mini bar, but a fridge. Not sure what that would be for. I do not like the wash basin design in the bathroom. It is set forward leaving a lot of space between the mirror and the ...
I liked that they offered to keep our luggage because we arrived earlier to check in. The staff was friendly and respectful. The amenities were good, the room was clean and it's close to the subway station and restaurants.
Everything was great, staff were helpful and very polite. Rooms were very clean and had a/c. The only minor downfall was the spare bed which was very uncomfortable. The main bed was very comfy