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.
From Beethoven to gummy bears, schnitzels to war history, Bonn has plenty to offer.
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.