Information for Travelers
Germany is a federal state in Central Europe.
It comprises 16 countries since 1990 and is structured as a free, democratic and social constitutional state.
For those looking for recreational activities, consider visiting places like the Bavarian Alps, the Black Forest or the Rhine Valley.
Lovely old cathedrals and grand palaces are everywhere, and in smaller towns and villages.
Some cities keep their original medieval historic centers still intact.
Many centuries-old traditions, including traditional Christmas markets, festivals and fairs, continue today.
At the cultural heart of Germany is the capital, Berlin, home to many museums and galleries.
Nature lovers will also find a world of possibilities in Germany's great outdoors.
History, culture and natural beauty perhaps best describe the essence of a holiday in Germany.
The Federal Republic of Germany, founded in 1949, is the most recent form of German nation-state.
Those wishing to sightsee or experience the arts should head to metropolitan areas such as Munich, Frankfurt or Hamburg.
With its many historic towns and small villages, along with an abundance of forests and mountains.
Visitors have a choice when it comes to choosing a unique place to visit.
Read about Germany in Wikipedia