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Germany Travel Articles
- If I’m Lost in the Clouds, How Come I Found Some Other Sides to Germany?
- Roy A. Barnes visited many notable attractions during his recent trip to Germany, but it's the little things from that visit that he remembers just as much, if not more.
- Getting Into The Christmas Spirit German Style, Part Two – Nuremberg, Germany
- Roy A. Barnes found out that in Nuremberg, Germany, one can get into the Christmas spirit anytime of the year.
- Lebkuchen and Other Delicacies…not so Grimm in a Bavarian Tourist Haunt – Rothenburg, Germany
- Visitors have drunk long and deep from the well of Rothenburg's charms, but it hasn't run dry yet, writes Robin Graham of the medieval town in southern Germany
- I Love Lederhosen: Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany
- Oktoberfest is mostly about the beer, so how's a 'lightweight' to survive? Jess Clarke reveals some other compelling points of interest.
- Getting Into The Christmas Spirit German Style, Part One – Saxony, Germany
- Roy A. Barnes found out more about the traditions and gifts of Christmas in eastern Germany, where Christmas is a way of life.
- Discover Bavaria’s Best Kept Secret
Bavaria's familiar towns play host to swarms of tourists every year. Maureen Bruschi gives you eight reasons to leave the crowds behind and explore walled in Amberg, one of Bavaria's "not so famous" old towns.
- Germany’s “Other” Beer Festivals in 2009
- Everyone has heard of Oktoberfest in Munich, but not everyone realizes the German calendar is packed with other smaller festivals. German resident Jennifer Price takes us on a tour of some others.
- Communism and Kitsch in Central Europe – Krakow, Budapest, Bratislava, Berlin, Europe
- With the fall of the Soviet Union, Central Europe has opened up to Western tourists. Alongside the return of the old favourites, Communism has become a tourist attraction. John Guzdek provides a guide to the new Communist East.
- The Real Santa’s Workshop – Sieffen, Germany, Europe
- All along you thought that Santa's Workshop was located at the North Pole. Gordon H. Ficke found it's in a remote area in the dark forests of eastern Germany.
- Slow Way to Berlin – Germany, Europe
- Sometimes broken plans mean eyes are opened. Such was the case for Tom Dibblee.