Germany Hotels – Must see Attractions For Every Travellers


Although Germany is traditionally known as “the land of poets and thinkers” (Das Land der Dichter und Denker), the country’s magnificent sites and prosperous cities offer a much more tangible way to connect with its people, its past – and its future. So instead of studying the works of Goethe and the thoughts of Kant while staying in this vast and wonderful country, you can see and dine at some of the sites where locals do – you’ll find it in a much cheaper way to spend your vacation.
Of course, not all of Germany’s attractions and destinations can be covered here, so contact your hotel concierge in Germany upon arrival and let one of the local Marriott experts help you enjoy the trip of a lifetime. In the meantime, some things to do on each traveller’s list are:
o Try a German Wurst. Each region has its sausages and special concoctions. And whether you are in Bavaria – where white sausages and sweet mustard are the order of the day or on tour in Berlin – where you can find thinly sliced ?? sausages covered with ketchup and sprinkled with curry powder, the sausages make part of the fabric of German Culture, so find out where to get the best local interpretation and dine with sausage you won’t find anywhere else.
Explore a castle. From Cologne to Heidelberg, Dresden and Leipzig to Frankfurt, graceful and breathtaking castles dot the German landscape – and thanks to the conservation efforts of local and national governments, many of them are open to the public. An interesting note: the architecture will vary considerably from one region to another (from the Baroque to the Renaissance and beyond), so if you are travelling to different cities, be sure to visit a castle in each region and see how they differ.
o See local art. While Leipzig is known for its local art scene, each city has something special to offer. From little-known spaces to major museums, open-air exhibitions to upscale galleries, have your hotel staff in Germany direct you to the city’s art district and spend an afternoon browsing local wares.
o Buy (or at least browse) cuckoo clocks. Even if you can’t find your way to the Black Forest region in Germany, you will likely find at least one or two stores at your destination selling the region’s legendary cuckoo clocks, so ask around and have or take a look. You will not find anything else like them.
o Go back in time. History is alive … and flourishes in Germany. From the Checkpoint Charlie Museum in Berlin to Munich’s Old Town and the world-famous carillon (carillons), World War II memorials to the Museum f¸r Hamburgische Geschichte (“Museum for the History of Hamburg”), whatever your interest, the concierge of your hotel in Germany can direct you to the ideal place to spoil your passion.
o Discover a new favourite beer. Like sausage, beer in Germany is part of the cultural fabric – and changes by region. Some of the varieties you may come across while travelling include: Helles – a blonde lager from Bavaria, Export – a blonde lager from Dortmund, Rauchbier – a dark beer from the Bramberg region made from smoked malt and M‰rzen – a lager with an average body traditionally served at the Oktoberfest party in Munich.
o Cruise on a river. Whether your hotel in Germany is near the Rhine, the Moselle, the Danube, the Elbe or one of the country’s lesser-known rivers, local businesses make it easy to access water day by day. Once onboard, glimpse historic cities, stop for shopping at picturesque harbours – or just watch the sunset over the “homeland” and dine in the stars.

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