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Germany: info and things to do

Germany is one of the most densely populated countries in the European Union but still boasts one third of its land covered in forests. Hosting the renown car manufacturing brand Mercedes Benz, the region couldn't go unnoticed. But quality car manufacturing is not the only thing Germans are famous for. The cathedral at Ulm is an architectural marvel, being the tallest cathedral in the world. And as you probably are well aware already, with over 1,500 varieties, in Germany beer is considered more a food than a drink. In fact Oktoberfest, the biggest beer festival in the world, is held every year in Munich and Bavaria. Book flights to Germany with Air Berlin, Condor airlines or Germanwings flights, which will land you either in Berlin Tegel Airport, Dusseldorf Airport, Frankfurt Airport or Munich Airport.

Berlin City and the capital is a modern metropolis with renowned universities, entertainment venues, museums, orchestras and hosts to sporting events. To show its love for classical and orchestral music, contemporary art and dance, Berlin has 3 opera houses and 150 theatres. The history of this country and the fall of the Berlin Wall are well documented across the 170 museums and over 200 private galleries. Centrally located, it is the base for car manufacturers like BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen. Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany and also the second largest port in Europe. Germany is a tourist destination with a number of attractions but the most noteworthy are the Miniatur Wunderland, Cologne Cathedral, Mercedes-Benz Museum and the Holocaust Memorial.

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