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Germany

Germany Holiday Packages & Tours at -30%

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Travel through the most important and spectacular cities of Austria and Germany by train in this stunning independent journey through Vienna, Salzburg, Innsbruck and Munich!

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Extraordinary Holiday Packages & Trips to Germany

Embark on an unforgettable trip to Germany with Exoticca. Immerse yourself in this fascinating country’s rich history, vibrant culture, and stunning landscapes. Discover the buzzing streets of Berlin, the enchanting landscapes of Bavaria, and charming villages along the Rhine.

Exoticca’s meticulously designed packages encompass all the essentials for a seamless journey. Our itineraries cover most of your flights, hotels, tours, transfers, and even some meals.

Trips to Germany from the UK

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Our trips to Germany offer many experiences in the heart of Europe. Immerse yourself in an authentic experience that showcases the country’s significant cultural landmarks. 

Germany serves as a gateway to neighboring countries like France, Switzerland, and Austria, providing opportunities for further exploration.

Book a tour to Germany from the UK. Flights depart from airports in main cities like London, Glasgow, and Birmingham

Top points of interest in Germany


Discover the top attractions in Germany, from magnificent castles to charming medieval towns and stunning natural landscapes.

Berlin


Germany’s vibrant capital offers a captivating blend of cultural sights and an avant-garde art scene. Immerse yourself in a cultural melting pot, savoring global cuisine, art, and nightlife influences. 

Unveil the city’s rich history through iconic landmarks like the Holocaust Memorial and Brandenburg Gate.

Berlin’s youthful atmosphere attracts creatives worldwide, offering a bohemian vibe with street art, renowned nightclubs, and traditional Biergarten

Navigate the city effortlessly with its efficient public transport system. Witness history at the Berlin Wall Memorial and enjoy panoramic views from the Reichstag rooftop on your tour of Germany.

Dresden


Discover Germany’s cultural gem, Dresden, which boasts world-renowned art museums and classic architecture. Its reconstructed spires and towers create an enchanting backdrop. 

Admire Frauenkirche’s iconic domed cupola, and immerse yourself in Dresden’s Baroque architecture.

Inspired by Versailles, the Zwinger hosts three museums with priceless art collections. Dresden Castle unveils royal heritage and abundant treasures, from Ottoman art to royal armor. 

Experience the grandeur of a bygone era at Semperoper, a renowned opera house showcasing classical music. Dresden is a harmonious blend of art, history, and natural beauty, making it a must-visit destination on any tour of Germany.

Munich


The Bavarian capital offers the best traditional German culture and modern affluence. Explore charming beer gardens, enjoy lively oompah bands, or visit the future of automotive technology at BMW World. 

Munich’s vibrant cultural scene, fascinating museums, and architectural treasures make it an ideal city break. Don’t miss the annual Oktoberfest to indulge in the fare from city’s renowned breweries.

Visit the impressive Munich Residence, a palace museum showcasing exquisite architecture and royal collections. Nymphenburg Palace boasts grand gardens surpassing even Versailles.

Nuremberg


Bavaria’s second-largest city captivates visitors with its stunning architecture, artistic heritage, and vibrant nightlife

Immerse yourself in a tour of Germany with everything from medieval castles to atmospheric city lanes. Explore the city’s heritage sites and fascinating museums that showcase its diverse past.

Discover Nuremberg’s industrial revolution history and marvel at the impressive reconstruction of the old town. Indulge in Franconian cuisine, savoring bratwurst, potato dumplings, and gingerbread.

See the iconic Imperial Castle, a symbol of Nuremberg’s medieval heritage, or explore Albrecht Dürer’s House, filled with original artworks. Visit Nuremberg during winter for the famous Christkindlesmarkt, a renowned Christmas market. 

Frankfurt


Frankfurt is Europe’s business and financial hub, with a futuristic skyline and a diverse population. Its historic center, Römerg, showcases charming timber-framed buildings around Römer Square. 

The Eisernersteg Iron Bridge offers stunning views, leading to the Sachsenhausen neighborhood known for traditional pubs and museums. Visit the Gothic Cathedral to learn about its rich history and view its impressive tall tower.

Explore the Palmengarten Botanical Gardens and the modern Hauptwache area, housing skyscrapers and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Frankfurt’s efficient U-Bahn system makes sightseeing easy. 

Discover the city’s vibrant contrasts, from wealthy bankers to lively students, and experience a blend of old and new in this bustling metropolis.

Germany: Off the beaten path


Venturing off the beaten track allows you to explore lesser-known attractions, quaint towns, and stunning natural landscapes. The beautiful country offers more than popular cities. 

Consider visiting these hidden gems on your Germany tour:

  • Discover Cologne’s iconic cathedral and vibrant atmosphere.
  • Enjoy Mannheim’s baroque palace and thriving arts scene.
  • Visit Mainz for its cathedrals, magnificent Roman ruins, and local wine culture.

Book your tour to Germany with Exoticca

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Our expertly crafted packages ensure a seamless and unforgettable journey through this diverse country.

All included: Flights, hotels, tours & transfers


Our Germany holiday packages are all-inclusive and cover most flights, hotels, tours, transfers, and even some meals. We handle the logistics so you can fully embrace the German way of life. Please review the package details before confirming your booking.

Germany partially or fully guided tours


Enjoy outstanding holiday packages to Germany with our varied tour options. Experience the country through guided, semi-escorted, escorted, or independent group tours catering to your travel style. You can also arrange for a private tour with our travel specialists.

Our digital itinerary app is available 24/7 on any compatible device for seamless assistance throughout your guided tours of Germany. Stay connected and make the most of your journey in Germany.

Crafted by our own travel experts


Exoticca’s holiday packages to Germany are meticulously crafted by our own travel experts who have an extensive knowledge of the country, its culture, and its traditions. We understand the nuances that make Germany a unique and captivating destination.

With experience in crafting over 300 distinct travel packages for 60 diverse global destinations, our dedicated team of travel specialists uses firsthand knowledge to tailor the finest holidays.

By working closely with local businesses and experienced guides in each location, we provide our passengers with an authentic travel adventure. Our local partners are instrumental in carrying out our trips to Germany.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many days do you need to see Germany?

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The duration of a trip to Germany depends on travel preferences and planned itineraries. Most travelers recommend 7–10 days for a good overview, or 2–3 weeks to immerse yourself in multiple regions.

What is the best way to travel to Germany?

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Air travel is typically the best way to travel to Germany. Numerous direct flights are available from major cities, and several airlines offer regular flights with competitive fares.

Where should I go for the first time in Germany?

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Explore Berlin, Munich, the Romantic Road, and the Rhine Valley for a first-time visit to this incredible country. These cities offer a mix of history, culture, and natural beauty for the best tours of Germany.

What is the best time to visit Germany?

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Any time of the year suits a holiday to Germany. Summer is great for outdoor activities and festivals, while fall is perfect for scenic drives and visiting wine regions. Winter is famous for Christmas markets and sports, while spring is ideal for outdoor events.

Do you tip in Germany?

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While tipping on trips to Germany is customary, it isn’t mandatory. It’s common to round up the bill or leave a 5–10% tip at restaurants, cafes, and bars. Handing it directly to the service staff in cash is more polite than adding it to the credit card payment.

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Our trip was wonderful beginning to end.

The communication before and during our trip was great. Guides and drivers always showed up on time. The accommodations were comfortable. Any questions were handled well and in a timely manner. Excellent help with getting covid test to come back to the US. We couldn't have been happier.

Germany tourist attractions

More information about Germany

A Central and Western European powerhouse, Germany is a major tourist destination; the 7th most visited country in the world, making it an unmissable destination for a holiday. It is known for its leafy forests and hilly mountain ranges, as well as for being home to a plethora of must-see cities, each with their own distinctive history, architecture and atmosphere.

The country is separated into 16 states, one of the most popular being Bavaria, known for its fairytale castles, such as the idyllic Neuschwanstein Castle, and timber-framed houses. Germany has coastlines on both the North and Baltic Seas and shares borders with Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands, making it a highly accessible destination on a tour of Europe. Its major cities include artistic Berlin, the capital, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Munich, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Hannover and Stuttgart, among others. Famous for being a founding member of the European Economic Community in 1957, Germany has over 2 millennia of fascinating history and heritage and is proud to have produced some of the greatest artists, philosophers, scientists and inventors of all time such as Albert Einstein, Immanuel Kant and Karl Marx. With numerous UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a strong economy and a very high standard of living, a holiday to Germany is a perfect choice for any traveller.

Perhaps the most characteristic landscape attributed to Germany is the dark green forested Rhineland, sliced through by the winding River Rhine, but the country is home to a varied array of scenery and nature, ranging from the snowy Alps to the lowlands and uplands of the north and the rocky North Sea coast. Germany is home to 16 National Parks including the Jasmund and Black Forest National Parks, where the typical wildlife of Central Europe, including wild deer, boar, foxes, hares and badgers, abound. The climate is seasonal, with cold winters, warm summer months and distinct seasons. A tour in Germany is the perfect way to experience a wide array of well-preserved landscapes and wildlife.

Neanderthal fossils dating back 40,000 years were once found in the Neander Valley in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, making Germany a destination of great historic importance. Tales of early Germanic tribes, such as the Saxons still populate the modern imagination. Famously the birthplace of Luther’s ‘95 thesis’ and the consequential Protestant Reformation in the 16th century, for the 600 years preceding this, Germany was an important part of the Holy Roman Empire. In 1871, the country became unified under the German Empire, but the end of the First World War was followed by the establishment of the Weimar Republic. Perhaps the darkest years in Germany’s history are those of the Nazi dictatorship, although eventually concluded in 1945 when the Allied-Powers occupied Germany and the country was divided into East and West Germany. The years of the Cold War were a memorable time in the history of Germany, especially for Berlin, which was split in two between the Soviet Union and the ‘Western Bloc’. With the fall of the infamous Berlin Wall in 1989, a reunified Germany was declared in 1990.

Known as the ‘Land of Poets & Thinkers’, Germany has a rich culture and has proudly spread many of its traditions around the world, for example, the Munich-based Oktoberfest celebration is now enjoyed in beer tents world-wide every October. German Christmas traditions, including Christmas Trees, Christmas Markets and Advent Wreaths have also been adoringly adopted by other countries. The original seasonal markets, which can be found in almost all of the country’s cities, but most notably in Nuremberg and Cologne, attract thousands of tourists every year, making winter a great time for a holiday to Germany. The country has a recognisable culinary culture as well, known for their sausages, pretzels and beer, although being a very diverse country, the big cities are home to restaurants offering flavours from around the world. Berlin, the capital city, is known for being one of Europe’s major creative centres, with an up and coming, bohemian atmosphere, fantastic nightlife and a huge population of artists and creatives, as well as a thriving music scene. Of course, the country is most known for it’s classical music legends such as Wagner and Strauss. Architecture enthusiasts love Germany for its tantalising blend of styles from Romanesque revival castles and medieval Gothic churches to sleek examples of Bauhaus and ornate Baroque facades, not to mention the Soviet-era constructions found in East Berlin. A package holiday to Germany is the ideal way to get to know the lively and limitless culture of this diverse country.

In Germany, you can combine the tranquillity of the sleepy Rhineland and its fairytale castles with the cutting-edge technology and creativity of its modern thriving cities. It is the perfect place to both step back in time to experience the splendour of the days of the kingdom, and also feel the pulse of Europe’s trendiest cities on the same trip.

  • Entry requirements

    Passport with the minimum validity required.

  • Visa

    No visa is required to enter the country.

  • Time zone

    UTC + 01:00.

  • Currency

    Euro.

  • Language

    German.

  • Tourist Office website

  • Electricity

    230V, 50 Hz.

  • Other useful information

    Shops and businesses usually open 08:30 - 18:30 from Monday to Friday and 08:30 - 13:00 on Saturdays.

  • Health

    There are no mandatory vaccinations for travellers from EU countries.

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