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Fly to Germany with Skiddoo! Most people visit Germany during the month of Oktoberfest when the streets become alive with celebrations for weeks. Little known is the array of attractions also waiting to be discovered. Countless beautiful castles line the country mountains, famous wineries and vineyards, Roman ruins, WW2 history, world famous skiing, trekking through the alps, or hiring a Porsche and blasting down the famous Autobahns, you are sure to have a holiday of a lifetime!

Germany truly is a place where an eclectic mix of activities come into one amazing country.



For most people, when you say Germany, the first things that come to mind are bratwurst (sausages), beer, food, castles, fun parties and hiking. Germany is a very large country and is not homogenous at all. Germans are not cold and serious at all, but the majority is polite. Germans are one of the most helpful and approachable people in Europe. You’ll find this out when you visit the country.

Germany is such an interesting and enchanting country, with a history and culture that is fascinating. It has close to 6,000 museums. Germany still retains about 2.5 million half-timbered houses that cannot be found in other countries. The country is truly synonymous with beer, what with some 1,300 breweries in the country that produces over 5,000 beer varieties. Germany’s classical music is some of the finest, with Richard Strauss, Wagner, Brahms, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Beethoven, Handel, and Bach its famous sons.


Germany’s climate is generally favourable, with mild although cloudy winters and warm summers. Prolonged winter frost and extremely hot summers are very rare in Germany. January is the coldest month, registering an average temperature of -2 °C (33.8 °F) in the south and 1.5 °C in the north (34.7 °F). The reverse happens during the warmest month, July, when the north becomes cooler than the south. Average temperature in the north is somewhere between 16 °C (60.8 °F) and 18 °C (64.4 °F) while the average in the south can be 20 °C (68.0 °F) or higher.

Quite a diverse mix of sights to explore

Berlin is a highly urban city filled with museums, vibrant nightlife, great restaurants and bars, and important history. Munich is more upscale and quite an expensive city but is equally historical. It is known for its beer halls and amazing food. It’s close to Bavaria where you can go on day trips. Hiking in the Black Forest is quite an experience. You also get to see the cuckoo clock makers.

Follow the Romantic Road to the historic cities of Augsburg and Würzburg to the walled cities up to the Neuschwanstein Castle. Near Lake Constance are the wine and fruit growing regions. Explore Dresden, Cologne, Frankfurt and Trier, the oldest German town.

This is just a sample of where to go and what to see in Germany. Get ready to explore culture-rich Germany and book a cheap flight to this fascinating country via Skiddoo now.

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