German Travel Guide
Germany offers a great mix of big cities, medium size towns and countryside with small towns. Berlin, Hamburg and Munich are good destinations for those wishing to experience the pulse of the city. For the family, however, medium-sized cities might be more appropriate, eg Lübeck, Rostock or Kassel. There is also plenty to see in the German countryside. Mosel Valley with its unique nature is a beautiful route to travel by car. Here you will pass many small villages along the river valley.
On the Reeperbahn in Hamburg you will find one of Germany's best nightlife. In the district of St. Pauli Reeperbahn is where you'll find many of the city's best spots.
For those interested in gambling we recommended Travemünde in northern Germany. Travemünde is one of the main casino cities in Germany, and casinos operated on ten-year permit from the city.
Another nice road is "the Romantic Road" (German: Romantisches Straße). The road was in the tourist business given that name in the 50s. It is a stretch of road passing through the states of Bavaria and Baden-Wuerttemberg. The road begins in the north at Würzburg and leads south to Füssen.
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