Flights from Germany

Auf Wiedersehen. That’s goodbye in German. But fret not if you’re unfamiliar with the language as Germans do speak English in general. Bordered by nine fellow West European Countries, Germany covers more than 350 thousand square kilometres of land and is home to more than 82 million people. Touching both the North and Baltic Seas, it has a coastline of about 2400 kilometres, which explains the abundance of beach life.

Germany is a leader in technology and its products are often associated with high standards and innovativeness, but it is also a country of the arts. Many cities boast theatres and orchestras in the hundreds that you should absolutely visit before leaving. Before saying your goodbyes, make sure you’ve not missed out these places:


A city which exudes the spirit of the arts is Berlin, Germany’s capital and largest city. Walking through Berlin is quite the experience for art lovers. The city boasts sophisticated architecture, both via buildings with longstanding history and present day skyscrapers. Learn more about German culture at monumental sites such as Brandenburg gate, The Reichstag and Museum Island.


Munich is also an excellent city to visit while in Germany. In west Munich, locate the Nymphenburg Palace where King Ludwig II once resided and you can see his bedroom as well as the fresco covered interior of the grand hall. You’ll find the English Garden, one of the world’s largest urban parks, where you can not only enjoy the trees and breeze, but also engage in a number of recreational activities such as soccer.


Frankfurt has its share of buildings that sport eye-catching designs and bear cultural significance. With rooftops that resemble steps, Romer is Frankfurt’s city hall and also an enchanting venue for weddings. The Imperial Cathedral can be seen from a distance away from its distinct pointy structure and was where kings were allegedly elected.

If you’re ready to leave Germany, the following countries could be your potential destinations:


France is a fellow West European country and roughly a one and a half hour’s flight from Germany. While there, admire the romantic city landscape and see its world famous attractions, such as the Eiffel Tower and Louvre Museum.


Belgium is another short distance destination that would make a good weekend trip from Germany. Belgium is small, relatively easy to navigate and most Belgians speak English – perfect for the tourist. See the Atomium, which is the only article left behind from the 1958 Brussels World’s Fair, the gothic architecture of the St. Michael and St. Gudula’s Cathedral and Mini-Europe, the scaled-down model of Europe that highlights its key features.


Fly north to Denmark to see its neat cities and scenic countryside. Take exhilarating roller coaster rides at the century-old Tivoli, explore the colourful Legoland Billund and let yourself go at the Faarup Sommerland amusement park.

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