Berlin & Munich

German cities to touch

Germany’s cities offer a wide range of experiences for cultural travelers. Completely preserved medieval half-timbered towns, lovingly restored Art Nouveau ensembles and impressive brick Gothic, but also state-of-the-art architectural designs characterize their appearance. Many are UNESCO World Heritage Sites as testimonies of cultural history. World-renowned theaters, orchestras and ballet ensembles, musicals, shows and festivals attract connoisseurs of the performing arts, while connoisseurs of fine arts find important exhibits in classical and avant-garde museums and exhibitions.


Berlin is everything. Except boring. World city in the middle of the continent, creative city, trendy city, fashion city, design city, music city and sports city. And of course Germany’s capital. Berlin has experienced a lot – and is an experience in every respect. A magnet for millions, the metropolis of an open and hospitable country, the epitome of urban life, grown together from the East and the West. So typically German – but a world apart.

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Berlin Airport Schönefeld


The Bavarian capital is one of the largest economic centers in Europe. Munich gained international fame at the latest through the historic Summer Olympics 1972, which also brought the city architectural highlights such as the famous Olympic Park.

In Munich’s pedestrian zone, top designers and large department stores have settled next to small, traditional shops. The Viktualienmarkt, with its unique atmosphere, is not only one of the most beautiful markets in Europe, but has remained faithful to its origins as a farmer’s market to this day.

The Munich beer gardens have a long tradition and are a fundamental part of Munich’s gastronomy culture. Probably the most famous taproom in the world is the “Hofbräuhaus am Platzl”, where guests can experience culinary and cultural Munich from its best side. Not to be missed here, of course, the famous white sausage typical of Bavaria.

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Munich Airport