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Cities in Bavaria region

Munich

Munich

The city is linked to a colony (in a place called Petersbergl) of monks from the monastery Schäftlarn. It is unknown the exact date of foundation settlement. The first document dates from 1158 under the Medieval Latin Munichen villa during Heinrich der Löwe (Henry the Lion), Duke of Saxony. A half century later the town received city status and was fortified. Munich is a popular tourist destination, being called the secret capital of Germany. Maria Square (Marienplatz, named after the column with a statue of the Virgin Mary in the center plaza), with the new and the old town hall, by appealing to their towers in the main tower of City Hall in November with the mechanism being housed statues and bells (Rathaus-Glockenspiel), an ornate clock moving figures representing medieval scenes and is operated at certain times.


Nurenberg

Nurenberg

Nuremberg is a city in Bavaria, Germany, with over 500,000 inhabitants, the second largest city in Bavaria. English name of the city is "Nuremberg." Together with the cities of Fürth, Erlangen and Schwabach form economic and cultural center of Franconia. The city of Nuremberg is situated on both sides of the river Pegnitz a length of 14 km, the river which springs from 80 km north-east of town. The portion of the old town, the river Pegnitz was quite focused. Pegnitz river silt produced (which is named after the first village in which creeps, city Pegnitz) in the north and north-west of Nuremberg has turned this area into an agricultural area called Knoblauchsland (country / region garlic).


Bad Reichenhall

Bad Reichenhall

Amid the Bavarian Alps, at the foot of the Predigtstuhl mountain, you will find Bad Reichenhall at an altitude of 473 m. Just a stone's throw away from Salzburg, the modern salt and spa town provides the ideal setting for real relaxation. With the Floriani square and pedestrian area which starts at the town hall square, the historical town centre invites you on a pleasant stroll. The philharmonic orchestra and Rupertus Therme spa and fitness resort top off the offer. Furthermore, typical Bavarian cuisine tempts with specialities such as roast pork and "Krustenhaxe". The wonderful winter landscape with snow-covered mountains and glistening mountain lakes entice you on a leisurely walk. Not surprisingly, Bad Reichenhall was awarded Alpine Town in 2001.



Gunzburg

Gunzburg

Günzburg is a town in Bavaria, Germany. It is a Große Kreisstadt and the capital of the Swabian district Günzburg. This district was constituted in 1972 by combining the city of Günzburg – which had not previously been assigned to a Kreis (district) – with the district of Günzburg and the district of Krumbach. Günzburg lies where the river Günz enters the Danube, and has a population of about 20,350.


Passau

Passau

Passau is a city in Lower Bavaria, Germany, also known as Dreiflüssestadt ("City of the Three Rivers"), because the Danube is joined by the Inn to the south and Ilz to the north.


Ingolstadt

Ingolstadt

Ingolstadt is a city in Bavaria, Germany, on the banks of the Danube, in central Bavaria. In 2016, it had 133,638 citizens, making it the fifth largest city in Bavaria. It is part of the Munich Metropolitan Region.


Thurmansbang

Thurmansbang

Thurmansbang is a municipality in the Lower Bavarian district of Freyung-Grafenau, the seat of the administrative community Thurmansbang and a nationally recognized health resort.


Bodenmais

Bodenmais

Bodenmais in summerKeep fit and healthy - and choose a sport you enjoy from many offered at your holiday resorts. Swim a couple of lengths at the swimming pool, hire a bicycle or mountain-bike, enjoy the countryside while walking or rambling. Go for a horse ride across the green meadows and through the valleys, challenge your partner to a game of tennis or improve your handicap on the 18 hole golf course "Oberzwieselau". For the needs of the less professional golfers, there is also Mini-golf.



Schonau am Konigssee

Schonau am Konigssee

Schönau (630 m) is located at the edge of the Berchtesgaden National Park, the most south-eastern community in Germany. The peaks of the Hohe Göll, the Hagen Mountains and Steinernen Meerauf form a stony border to the east and south – the common border with neighbouring Salzburger Land. The excellent location, directly on the idyllic Königssee, offers you the opportunity to take both daytime and moonlit boat tours. Additionally, you can only reach the St. Bartholomew pilgrimage church, which is situated in the heart of the Berchtesgaden nature preserve, by boat. Only a few kilometres away is the Jenner ski area, and Schönau, located near Berchtesgaden, is an ideal destination for a great winter holiday. Whether beginner or expert, everyone will find just the right piste! Especially beginners benefit from our offers in Ramsau: Here you have the option to book our "Learn to Ski"-package. It comprises a 3 days (12 h) ski course and a BASICS Ski Complete Set equipment hire for 6 days for an additional charge of altogether only £86.50! The perfect start into winter sports fun - and you can choose between 6 ski areas to practise in.


Grainau

Grainau

The small resort Grainau's origin can be traced back 700 years. It lies in the shadows of the mighty Zugspitze (2,962 m) and Waxenstein (2,277 m) in the Wetterstein mountain massif. The Grainau valley offers a wonderfully unique and original panorama with its two mountain lakes and the picturesque landscape. The Bavarian village itself is divided into Upper Grainau and Lower Grainau and demonstrates country idyll. The most prominent landmark is the new-baroque church St. Johannes with a very pretty onion dome.The village is a wonderful retreat place, offering magnificent views, but also providing access to lively Garmisch-Partenkirchen, which is only approx. 7 km away. In Grainau, holiday guests can explore winter sports activities, such as ice skating on the Bader- and Eib lakes, cross-country skiing, tobogganing, sledging and of course skiing in the ski areas of the Zugspitze.



Bad Hindelang

Bad Hindelang

Bad Hindelang in summerBoredom has in Bad Hindelang no chance. Bad Hindelang have new ideas for you - active holidays with much variation. Biker, mountain-biker and inline-skater will find that, for what they have always looked - maybe more. The routes ares best prepared and offer for each level the best conditions. Youn can also make bike-tours about the border to Tirol, which are longer than 100 km. If you want to go hiking, you will find best conditions: a cable-car, the new 'Hornbahn' and more than 60 singed hiking-routes are waiting for you.




Oberstdorf

Oberstdorf

Germany's southern-most community is situated at an altitude of 813 m and lets winter sports fans' hearts beat faster. The 31 lifts bring guests to the runs of approx. 45 kilometres of piste. The low-traffic resort is especially attractive among families due to its pleasant climate and great leisure time activities. Winter sports fans will also get their money's worth in Oberstdorf. After fun on the piste, lodges, bars and restaurants invite visitors in to party and dine. On a clear day, guest can enjoy a gorgeous view of the approx. 400 peaks between the Zugspitze and the Swiss Säntis on a clear day. This should not be missed!


Dasing

Dasing

General informationDasing is located 800 m above sea level in the region of Augsburg. This small and friendly family resort with 5.346 inhabitants offers picturesque countryside with natural and cultural treasures in abundance, along with a wide range of sports and leisure facilities.



Seebruck

Seebruck

General informationSeebruck is an area of the municipality of Seeon-Seebruck and is located at the northern end of Lake Chiemsee which is also called the 'Bavarian sea'. The area domiciles approx. 1550 inhabitants and over 900 guest beds of all categories. Because of its special geographical location at Lake Chiemsee (on a height of approx. 520 m sea level) and the still intact environment, Seebruck has been a recognized health resort for decades.






Cities in Berlin Brandenburg Metropolitan region

Berlin

Berlin

Berlin is a city-state, the capital of Germany, the largest city in the country with approximately 3.4 million inhabitants and covering an area of approximately 892 km ². Berlin is located in eastern Germany, about 70 km west of the border with Poland, in a marshy area of land. Berlin is at the same time and one of 16 federal, provincial government with its own, called "Senate", Prime Minister (of land), its own constitution and other prerogatives of a state (Land). His position on the map is like an island / enclave completely surrounded by the Land Brandenburg.


Charlottenburg

Charlottenburg

With elegant antebellum buildings and luxury boutiques, the western Charlottenburg neighborhood is known for its elegant atmosphere. The Kurfürstendamm shopping boulevard is bordered by hotels and department stores. Charlottenburg Palace and Park offers baroque interiors and carefully landscaped gardens. Savignyplatz, a pre-war center for literature and performing arts, is now surrounded by Asian restaurants, which attract an international audience.





Cities in North Rhine Westphalia region

Cologne

Cologne

Cologne, and Cologne in English and French, is a big city, active nightlife with many bars and restaurants, but also old, full of history, monuments and sites. Period famous Cologne carnival is a good enough time to visit the city. From Cologne you can make a boat trip on the Rhine to Strasbourg, France. The picturesque area of the route lies between St. Goar and Rüdesheim (many castles, vineyards, etc..). There are a rail route from Frankfurt to Cologne passing through Loreley, Rhine Valley and other scenic places. Cologne offers more than history: whether it is street music on the Hohe Strasse or galas in modern opera, the paving from the set of paintings of cathedrals or old masterpieces Wallraf Richartz Museum, the annual music festival along inner ring road or carnival in town, in Cologne all this combines into a vibrant work of art, a cosmopolitan metropolis with nearly one million inhabitants and that, despite the size, it apparently never lost his district.


Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf, or better Doesseldorf, is one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. It is an elegant and modern city on the banks of the river Rhine. Here all the locations are near one another: just near the famous shopping street is Konigsalley Oudstad, the old city center. With 260 pubs and taverns city is known as "the biggest bar in the world."


Dortmund

Dortmund

Dortmund is 8th in the ranking of the largest cities in Germany. The city is crossed by the Ruhr and Emscher rivers, but also by the Dortmund-Ems canal on which is the largest canal port in Europe. It is a city renowned for its sports, traditions in music and theater. The city has an airport 9km from the center, a central station and a port all intensely circulated and of great importance for the city's economy.


Neuss

Neuss

Neuss is a city in the Land of North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany and has the administrative status of an urban district, belonging to the county of Dusseldorf. Düsseldorf is the capital and one of the five largest cities of the North Rhine-Westphalia. It is an elegant German city, with old medieval landmarks and numerous wineries.



Bottrop

Bottrop

Bottrop in summerThis is the place to bring your children - the big wheel is a firm favourite with younger visitors. The château Schloss Beck in Kirchhellen-Feldhausen is amongst one of the few remaining buildings designed by Johann Conrad Schlaun, one of the most famous architects of the late baroque period. Today the gem of the Ruhr chateaux accommodates a fairy tale castle and is surrounded by a leisure park which includes a big wheel, go-carts and water rides, a zoo for children, a railway, slides, trampolines, a cable slide and play areas. Also at Haus Beck there are places were you can eat. The Kirchheller heath is particularly appealing as a place to relax and unwind, with around 100 kilometres of marked cycle paths and footpaths and its streams and lakes, such as the Heidesee and the Heidhofsee. With barbecues, shelters, and a 35 metre high viewing platform, as well as play areas and rest areas, a wide variety of interests are catered for. A picnic at the forest station and the "Heidhof" holiday centre or long walks around one of the lakes - all of these guarantee rest and relaxation.




Cities in Hesse region

Frankfurt

Frankfurt

Frankfurt is the 4th largest city in Germany, a magnificent metropolis famous for its ultra-modern buildings but also for numerous events that delight the public.


Frankfurt City

Frankfurt City

Frankfurt is the 4th largest city in Germany, a magnificent metropolis famous for its ultra-modern buildings but also for numerous events that delight the public.



Cities in Berchtesgadener Land region

Berchtesgaden

Berchtesgaden

Berchtesgaden is situated at an altitude of 570 m in the south-eastern part of Upper Bavaria, bordering neighbouring Austria. This resort offers everything necessary for an enjoyable winter holiday: romantic village scenery with two distinguished church towers, a wide variety of sports and leisure activities, as well as the Watzmann thermal baths in which you can relax after a busy day. Typical Bavarian cuisine entices with specialities such as roast pork and "Krustenhaxen". A definite eye-catcher is the royal palace with palace museum, which surrounds the market square.Beginners will especially benefit from our offers in Berchtesgaden: Here, you have the option to book our "Learn to Ski" package. It comprises a 3 days (12 h) ski course and a BASIC Ski Complete Set for 6 days! The perfect start into winter sports fun - and you can choose between 6 ski areas to practise in. Prices can be seen during the booking process.


Ramsau

Ramsau

The idyllic mountain resort Ramsau is at 670 m elevation in the heart of the Berchtesgaden National Park. The impressive mountain landscape of the Watzmann and Königssee at its feet attract visitors year round who are drawn to the area as if under a spell. Whether on a relaxed winter hike or a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride, the natural surroundings are highly enjoyable. Take a stroll through the tranquil resort centre past the world-renowned Parish Church St.Sebastian (1512) and be delighted in the guest houses and inns by traditional Bavarian cuisine. In addition, activities like ice-skating on the Hintersee, tobogganing, and skiing-both alpine and cross-country are all possible here. Those looking for a day of total relaxation should head to the Watzmann Therme baths in Berchtesgaden, approx. 9 km away. Beginners will especially benefit from our offers in Ramsau: Here, you have the option to book our "Learn to Ski" package. It comprises a 3 days (12 h) ski course and a BASIC Ski Complete Set for 6 days! The perfect start into winter sports fun - and you can choose between 6 ski areas to practise in. Prices can be seen during the booking process.


Cities in Baden Wurttemberg region

Stuttgart

Stuttgart

Stuttgart is the capital of the German Land Baden-Württemberg. With over 590,000 inhabitants, is the largest provincial city. Germany is the sixth city in size, and "Region Stuttgart" is the fourth conurbation in the country. It is divided into 23 districts (Bad Cannstatt, Möhringen, Stammheim, Feuerbach, etc..). Stuttgart is to say Schwabenmetropole (metropolis Swabians), a reference to the Swabian dialect spoken by the locals. In this dialect, the name is pronounced Schturget or Schtuagerd city. Located in the heart of southwestern Stuttgart region, near the Black Forest Mountains, from which it springs, along the Danube and the Neckar River, which traverses the city.


Baden Baden

Baden Baden

Baden-Baden is a city in western Germany, located at the foot of the Black Forest mountains. The city has about 55,000 inhabitants and is a world-renowned spa resort. The locality was founded by the Romans in the 1st century AD, initially originally Aurelia Aquensis, today, the ruins of the Roman baths are still preserved in the city.


Black Forest Baden Baden

Black Forest Baden Baden

Baden-Baden is a city in western Germany, located at the foot of the Black Forest mountains. The city has about 55,000 inhabitants and is a world-renowned spa resort. The town was founded by the Romans in the 1st century AD, initially being called Aurelia Aquensis.


Sindelfingen

Sindelfingen

Sindelfingen is a small city in southern Germany in Baden-Württemberg. It has a total area of 50.85 km² and a population of 60745 inhabitants. Cities: Böblingen, Stuttgart (15 km), Leonberg. The highest point is 531 meters above sea level, and to the north is Glemswald.





Feldberg

Feldberg

Feldberg in summerEnjoy the nature and sun - here you will fullfill all your holiday-dreams! Titisee, Schluchsee and Windgfällweiher invite you for swimming as well as the heated outdoor-pools in Neustadt, Schluchsee and Titisee. Enjoy the wonderful nature by a biking-tour along the singed biking-routes. In Todtnau you will find a fun-park with downhill-race and chair-lift. Or you can also discover the Schwarzwald by feed - make a tour up to the Feldberg and you will appreciate the fantastic view off the Schwarzwald. Forget hectic and stress - play golf at the golf-court 'Obere Alp' betweem Stühlingen and Bonndorf and enjoy the fantastic view.


Cities in Hamburg Metropolitan Region region

Hamburg

Hamburg

Hamburg is the name of one of the 16 federal states of Germany. As land is the same city, namely the state-city official called "Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg (Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg, German). The Mayor is also the president and government land, government in Hamburg called "Senator." City official name refers to its links with the Hanseatic League. Currently Germany is the main port. It has 1.8 million inhabitants and is thus the second city in number of population in Germany and seventh in the European Union. The heart of the "European Hamburg metropolitan region, with an area of 750 km ².


Cities in Lower Saxony region

Hannover

Hannover

Hanover (German: Hannover) is situated on the river Leinen and is the capital of the federal Lower Saxony, Germany. With a population of 522,944 (2007) inhabitants, is an important city in northern Germany, known as host of important annual trade exhibitions such as the Hannover Fair and CeBIT. Every year Hanover hosts Hannover Schützenfest, practice different shooting sports festival and Oktoberfest Hannover (the second magnitude in the world). Hanover has a significant regional importance, due to its universities and faculty of medicine, and zoo huge international airport.




Carolinensiel

Carolinensiel

Carolinensiel in summerThe holiday-offer includes swimming, sailing and boating as well as hiking-tours at the Wattmeer and sun bathes at the beach. Riding and biking in the wonderful nature is an unforgettable event. In Harlesiel a yacht-bord is situated, which is independed of the tides. From Harlesiel you can make trips to Helgoland or to the 'Ostfriesische Inseln'.





Cities in Germany region

Garmisch Partenkirchen

Garmisch Partenkirchen

Garmisch-Partenkirchen lies at an altitude of approx. 707 m at the foot of the Wetterstein mountain range. Even today there is still a special kind of atmosphere in this resort, which was the site of the 1936 Winter Olympic Games. Garmisch-Partenkirchen is also Germany's most significant winter sports location and has one of the best therapeutic climates. No matter whether you are looking for rest and relaxation or sports and fun, here you will find everything you seek. The historic street "Ludwigstraße" invites you to shop, stop in and savour its elegant stores, the quaint, often traditional shops, various restaurants, and cosy huts. You shouldn't miss the big yearly sporting events such as the Four Hills Tournament ski jumping competition or the world cup downhill event!


Cities in Sachsen Freistaates region

Dresden

Dresden

Dresden is a city in Germany, capital of Saxony (Sachsen Freistaates) and is situated on the Elbe river valley in the nearby Czech border. The city has a long tradition as the capital of the province and the royal residence for the kings of Saxony, who for centuries have enriched the cultural heritage and artistic acestuia. Dresden was completely destroyed during the controversial bombing of the Allies at the end of the 2 - World War which changed the face Dresden. The restoration works have helped to rebuild some parts of the historic town would be like the Catholic Church, Our Lady's Church and the Opera House.


Cities in Saxony region

Leipzig

Leipzig

Leipzig is a city in eastern Germany. It is the largest city and one of the six major centers of Saxony. The name comes from the glory of the city, in the forms Lipski, Lipsko and means "place of lime." In Romanian the city's old name was "Leipzig" and residents were called "Lipscani. Bucharest Street Lipscani so called because they used the Leipzig merchants to sell goods on the street. In the 17th century, Leipzig was one of the most important European centers of culture and education in areas such as music, astronomy and optics. After World War II, Leipzig has become an important urban center of Communist Germany.








Cities in Bavarian Forest region

St. Englmar

St. Englmar

The state-recognised spa resort St. Englmar is situated at an altitude of 808 m and is known as the centre of winter sports in the Bavarian Forest. The idyllic village is located on a southern slope of a mountain range in the Bavarian Forest and offers ideal conditions for skiing, winter hiking, tobogganing or horse-drawn sleigh rides. Here you will find both an entertaining and eventful holiday, as well as all sorts of relaxation and fun in a beautiful natural setting. The Arber, the Bavarian Forest's highest mountain at 1,456 m, became well-known due to the international ski world cup. The local mountains Predigtstuhl, Pröller and Hirschenstein also offer great winter sports opportunities.


Lohberg at Großer Arber

Lohberg at Großer Arber

The spa and winter sports resort Lohberg is located in the nature park Oberer Bayerischer Wald, at the foot of the Osser and Arber mountains. With approx. 2,000 inhabitants the resort is the most eastern village in the Upper Pfalz. Due its diverse offer of trails, the area is known to be a true cross-country skiing paradise. But not only active winter sports possibilities are to be found here, you will also find more relaxing options available. Besides other things, there are winter hikes, snowshoe tours, natural toboggan runs and horse-drawn sleigh rides on offer. In the fresh mountain air and in midst the wonderful mountains of the Bavarian Forest you are guaranteed to spend some relaxing days.


Bischofsmais

Bischofsmais

The renowned and state approved health resort Bischofsmais with its approx. 3,200 inhabitants is found in the lower Bavarian region of Regen in the middle of the natural park of the Bavarian Forest. The town was formerly dominated by agriculture. With its unique forest landscapes and hills, the area is known today for its large selection of ski and toboggan runs, an extensive cross-country network and diverse hiking trails. The many beautiful mountains invite you to spend lots of time in the outdoors. In addition to numerous athletic activities, the resort also offers tranquility and relaxation away from all the stress. Further, the healthy climate and clean air let you find new strength. Those who are interested in culture and tradition can indulge in the regional arts and history.


Hauzenberg

Hauzenberg

Hauzenberg has been state-recognised air health resort since 2002 and is located at an altitude of 546 m in the Danube forest region in the Southern Bavarian forest. The city Passau, which is definitely worth a visit, lies approx. 25 km away and the three country triangle Germany, Austria and Czech are more or less located around the corner. From the peak of the county Passau, the high Oberfrauenwald (950 m), you can enjoy a view all the way to Austria, thanks to an observation tower!This region is the only one to find Germany's graphite, through which Hauzenberg became famous for being Germany's capital city for graphite industries. The first mines started to develop over a century ago, some are still in operation and its rocks can be found in historic buildings.The north facing slope of the Oberfrauenwald is perfectly suitable for winter sports athletes, as differences in altitude are part of the geographic features. Within the city area there are unsteady climatic differences: When spring starts in the lower part of the area, it is still freezing in the higher parts.


Cities in Region of Bremen region

Bremen

Bremen

Bremen is a city located in north western Germany. Port town, along the river Weser, Bremen is part of the Bremen-Oldenburg metropolitan area. Bremen was a member of the medieval Hanseatic League and is still one of the most important cities in northern Germany. Together with the city of Bremerhaven, bordering the North Sea, is the smallest province of Germany. Bremen has more than 1,200 years of history, along which functioned largely as an independent city-state. Bremen is an interesting city, most of its tourism objectives can be found in the Altstadt (Old Town), an oval area surrounded by the river Weser.