Welcome to our selection of holiday rentals in Germany.
Did you know that there are over 5,000 brands of beer to choose from in Germany? Water is lower down the scale with just 500 brands! Germany offers a great time for the traveller, with places to see and things to do ranging from the medieval to the modern.
The most famous castle in the world, Neuschwanstein, is nestled in the Alps and seems fairy like in its appearance. It is easily the most photographed building in Germany! Inside, one can see a beautiful grotto, throne room and other lavish artefacts. Those with an interest in history can make a trip to the Brandenburg Gate in Munich to see this symbol of peace and reunification.Move on to Weimar to get a feel of German culture. It is often referred to as the cradle of art, design and architecture in Germany. Pamper the romantic in you by taking a stroll through the Romantic Road. It has the best scenic routes in Germany and the region boasts some quintessential German scenery and culture. There are charming towns, historical buildings, towers, castles and restaurants to make it an unforgettable experience. The Cathedral of Cologne is a gothic masterpiece that took over 600 years to build and is a must see.
Visit the area often referred to as the Black Forest to experience rolling hills, lush forests and small villages. Two highly recommended tours are the Wine route and German Clock Road. Round off the trip with a piece of the famous Black forest Cake the place is renowned for.
If all this makes your thirsty, head to the Hofbrauhaus in Munich that is the most famous beer hall in the world, to enjoy the different Bavarian specialities with giant pretzels. Alphorn players and yodellers provide accompaniment.
On the banks of the river Moselle lays Trier, the oldest town in Germany. It was founded by the Romans in 16 B.C. and has many religious monuments. From here, head to the Christmas market that is worth a visit any time of the year. From November, this place turns into a magical winter wonderland. It takes on a festive air and young and old alike can have a great time in the Christmas Market.
For those among you who like to get the adrenaline racing, head to Zugspitze for a fantastic ski run from the highest mountain in Germany. Or you can take it easy with some great river cruises, while participating in the many wine festivals.
Whatever you do, Germany will leave a lasting impression with its mix of the medieval and modern.
Looking for self catering holiday accommodation in Germany?, then below is a selection of villas in Germany and apartments in Germany that can be rented direct from their owners. You can either click on each listing for further details or you can use our search engine on the left if you are looking for something in particular.
Lake Steinhude, Lower Saxony
SLEEPS : 4
Holiday Rental in the heart of Steinhude close to the lake...
Last Updated: 29 September 2016
Lake Steinhude, Lower Saxony
SLEEPS : 5
Holiday Apartment in the heart of Steinhude close to the lake...
Be Our House Guest In Germany!
SLEEPS : 8 gue
Vacation in Germany While Staying With Friends In a Bed and Breakfast Rather than a Stuffy Hotel! Inexpensive and Close to All Public Transportation!...