Motoring holidays in Germany, Driving Tips and Tourist
Information for Germany
Everything for your holiday in Germany all on one site.
offers fantastic variety for those willing to venture further afield than the already
popular major cities such as Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Munich and Bremen, although
a visit to these vibrant centres makes for a great short break. German cities are
steeped in history and those that were heavily bombed in the second World War have
been mostly lovingly restored to their former glory, so the elegant historic houses
of Germany's mercantile past sit alongside soaring skyscrapers testament to Germany's
importance in the modern world.
huge areas of this large country consist of vast forests, rolling hills and, in
Bavaria, Alpine pastures and mountains. The Black Forest is a lovely and deservedly
popular tourist region, but for a less crowded experience try the Harz Mountains
in central northern Germany. In the far south Lake Constance is perfect for
a family or activity holiday, with elegant resorts and all types of water sports.
The winter sports enthusiast is catered for in the skii resorts of the Bavarian
Alps, such as Garmisch Partenkirchen.