What to do in Germany this year

Here’s a round-up of things to see and enjoy in this beautiful country

Eisenach: Dramatisation, Martin Luther Festival Image (c)Thüringer Tourismus GmbH, Photographer Andre Weise

Experience the TOP FIVE Luther locations and events in Germany

This year Gemany is celebrating 500 years of the Reformation. Check out the personal top 5 Luther locations and events: Wartburg castle in Eisenach, Eisleben, where he was born and died, the famous castle church in Wittenberg and the town’s wedding festival in June and several Luther exhibitions throughout Germany. This is just a fraction of what’s happening.
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Skulptur Projekte Münster

After an interval of 10 years, the time has come once more for the Skulptur Projekte in Muenster. From 10 June to 1 October, Muenster becomes a laboratory for “art in public spaces”, where some 35 new works can be seen in the city. Admission is free.
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Take a trip back in time

Imposing palaces and secretive castles – their architecture bears witness to days gone by. Take a trip back in time and experience the world of Bavaria’s former rulers. The “royal” journey gives insight to castles and traditional handicrafts. Events in the royal setting let the nostalgia come alive.
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Cycling in Germany – between city and countryside by bike

Looking active holidays in Germany? Perfect for a summer holiday, a variety of cycling routes in Germany – with 200 long-distance cycle routes spanning a wide range of regions – provide an inspiring range of summer cycle route stories. Check out the top 10 cycle trails, bicycle-friendly accommodation and a YouTube film.
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Natural landscapes: experience – enjoy – relax

Germany has a wealth of natural landscapes, many of them virtually untouched by the hand of man. Diverse and often unique flora and fauna create an unforgettable experience for the visitor.
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Towns and cities – from big nights out to romantic old quarters

There is something for everyone in Germany’s towns and cities – whether it’s the big city buzz or the famous architecture, the historic sights or the packed shopping streets, the enchanting medieval houses or the scintillating nightlife.
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BarrierFree

Welcome to BarrierFree Germany – where everyone should be able to travel with enjoyment, with ease and ‘without barriers’. BarrierFree means you can explore anything from national parks to a wealth of hands-on museums, sports experiences and everything else in between. Through this website, the doors to Germany’s are open to most exciting destinations, without having to worry about everyday obstacles – leaving you to concentrate on the attractions and the beauty of all that Germany has to offer.
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Planes, trains… and more flights to Germany announced

Flybe has announced a new flight route from Birmingham to Hamburg, flying once a day on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The new route starts on 10th July.

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