Germany’s Baltic Sea

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Germanys Baltic Sea | The Baltic Sea Coast of Germany is a popular vacation region – among Germans. International tourists are rare or they are Swedish and drunk. Germany’s Baltic Sea Coast is located in the northern federal states of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Schleswig-Holstein. Besides the obvious draw of a beach destination, many of the old coastal

Visiting Berlin yes, but only in summer

visiting berlin yes summer

Visiting Berlin yes, but only in summer | Berlin is not as romantic as Paris, not as old as Rome, and not as cool as Amsterdam. Still Germany’s capital offers enough to attract tourists from all over the world to come and visit the remains of the Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate, the TV tower at Alexanderplatz,

Top 10 Tourist Hot Spots Germany

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From today onwards we navigate a bit deeper into the heart of Europe: Germany. Our next six blog posts will reveal our Top 10 tourist hot spots in Germany, we guide you thru Berlin, compare Germany with France, and we will visit the Baltic Sea. Top 10 Tourist Hot Spots Germany | In large parts

Urban Beaches: Badeschiff Berlin

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Urban Beaches Badeschiff Berlin | This urban beach is actually comprised of a few different elements, including an old tug boat that has been converted into a pool during the summer months. Not the nicest urban beach to be honest, but swimmers here can catch a great glimpse of the Berlin skyline and take part

France vs Germany

France vs Germany

France vs Germany | Ok, ok. It’s not entirely fair to compare France and Germany the way we do it here. It lacks a bit of scientifically proven depth. But it’s fun. Enjoy our tourist mix pics comparing elegant France with links-zwo-drei-Germany … France vs Germany. By Chili and Churp | © International Destinations |

Germanys Stereotype Tourist Photos

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Germanys Stereotype Tourist Photos | Germany in the eyes of an overseas tourist means: playing football, eating Sauerkraut, drinking beer, driving German cars, dressing in Dirndls and Lederhosen, listening to Rammstein or Kraftwerk and looking grumpy. International tourists prefer to collect their proof of evidence in the Bavarian countryside and maybe up to a small