There's been plenty written about the world's tallest and oldest buildings. But what about the longest?
Old-fashioned, off the beaten track and full of small vineyards, the Tauber Valley is a delightful sojourn.
A stroll around this city will provide a dark, sobering and harrowing insight into the banality of evil.
There's no better city for street life, contemporary culture and simply soaking up the vibe.
The Bauernhausmuseum Schneiderhof is a beautifully preserved, 400-year-old slice of rustic German history.
Never heard of Fussen? Nor have most of the 1.5 million visitors who cram into Neuschwanstein Castle just four kilometres down the road.
At Mutterland Colln's, Germany's oldest oyster bar, my starter is a selection of oysters, plump and ocean fresh.
Bavaria is one of Europe's richest and most diverse regions, with castles, hiking trails, scenic drives and good beer to entice visitors.
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.