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Sizzling sausages, Glühwein and gingerbread: it will soon be Christmas market time again. "Finally!", one might say, but what's the best place to visit German Christmas markets? The Rheinland-Pfalz is one of my favorite regions: it has many historically fascinating places such as Trier, Mainz and Koblenz but also charming wine towns such as Bernkastel-Kues and Traben-Trarbach (famous for its outstanding Riesling wines). If you are looking to combine a cultural and gastronomical getaway with the best Christmas markets of Germany, Rheinland-Pfalz is the place to

Germany is without any doubt Europe’s leader when it comes to Christmas Markets. Millions of people come every year from all over the world to visit them. Germany must clearly be doing something right! As a true Christmas fan, this time I want to stay far away from the classic and major Christmas Markets such as in Munich, Cologne, Berlin and Hamburg. This time, I am longing for real authenticity and you and I are about to find out where the cutest and most

Hannover is a vibrant metropolis in the South of Germany. The city is home to trendy pubs, cafés and stylish boutiques where you can while away on a laidback trip. Wander in the tranquil streets, visit art galleries, museums, theatres or one of the many coffee bars. Hannover is bursting with charm so what are you waiting for? It’s just around the corner! 1. International Firework Festival The beautiful Royal Gardens of Hannover Herrenhausen function as the venue for the international Firework Festival. On five evenings

Getting around in Hannover is quite easy, most of Hannover's sightseeing attractions can be found along the city's Red Thread discovery route. The Red Thread is a unique personal guide for visitors who want to discover downtown Hannover and explore its history on their own. Painted on the ground in the center of the city, this red line weaves its way past 36 of Hannover's most important attractions on a 4.2km circular tour that is accessible to all. With highlights including the roofless Church of St.

Herrenhausen Gardens are Hannover’s most famous attraction and have been a striking example of grand horticultural style for more than 300 years. The centerpiece, the “Great Garden”, is the most important baroque garden in Europe. Just like the ladies and gentlemen of the court in centuries gone by, visitors today can stroll around amidst opulently designed beds, splendid sculptures and artistically clipped, illuminated hedges. Water features can be heard babbling in hidden corners while the Great Fountain rises to an impressive height of 70

With its seven fantastic theme worlds, Hannover Adventure Zoo is one of the most important attractions of Hannover. You can observe more than 3,300 animals and watch daily shows and feeding times. Take a boat down the Zambezi through the savannah, follow the Evolution Trail to the top of the Gorilla Mountain, or observe elephants, tigers and pythons in the Indian Jungle Palace. Kangaroos, emus and wombats await you as you make your expedition across the shimmering red landscape of the Outback. Relive the thrill

If you are as big of a fan of brunching as I am, then Berlin is definitely the place to be. The hipster vibe runs through this city as wine runs through my veins. And as we all know; with hipsters also come great brunch spots. My top spots for a Brunch in Berlin. brunch in berlin 1. Café am Neuen See Hidden in the middle of the Tiergarten park you find this green getaway. Plump down at one of the cozy tables in the middle