Fairy tale medieval cities, plus the shockingly new, make this part of Germany particularly attractive to explore by bicycle.
Dresden’s 800 year history is peppered with tragedy, but the Saxony capital has risen Phoenix-like from the ashes to become one of Germany’s most beautiful and prosperous cities.
Located in the centre of the historical old town and just 20 minutes’ drive from Dresden Airport, Amedia Plaza Dresden is perfect base for a long weekend in the city.
The Tour de France is open only to professional cyclists, but that’s not to say that you can’t get a taste of the action on your own bike tour.
If you are planning a trip to Munich for the Oktoberfest, or even if you are not, here is our whirlwind guide to the city.
For your next weekend jaunt, consider the marzipan capital of Germany, Lubeck, for a short and very sweet weekend away.
With over 170 museums in Berlin, just how do you chose one when on a short break? Ben Julius picked his top five.
Berlin may be the traditional German city of ‘cool’ but Hamburg, Germany’s second biggest city, is hot on its heels. Tthis chameleon like city has a thriving cultural, art and nightlife scene. From the famous Reeperbahn district to the Sunday Fischmarkt, Hamburg is a night out not to be missed.
This fully operation and highly busy port city, is Germany's second largest city and is choc full of canals and bridges and scenic lakes.