Here are the nine things you should not miss in Berlin.
Don't expect much, and you will be sure to find a kind word for this underdog.
One of Germany's best-preserved medieval cities delights in unexpected ways.
A castle at a great cultural crossroads provides the perfect base for exploring a German region often overlooked by overseas visitors.
War history, industrial heritage and the world's largest Christmas tree.
Wurzburg's baroque palace and history is only topped by a cold glass of the Franconia region's favourite drop, silvaner.
Five weeks travelling with a group in one campervan was a lesson in living simply with fewer belongings.
There is so much more to Germany than beer and sausages. This is a tantalising country of spectacular scenery, grand palaces and magical forests. From Berlin to Bavaria and Oktoberfest to Christmas markets, this is an all-in-one experience for travellers of any age. Indulge in local treats, learn of folktales or bask under big-city lights. This place won't disappoint.