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Germany is a country with vast natural beauty & adventure experiences. It produces some of the best beers and cars in the world. Many are attracted to the unique beauty of the Black Forest, exhilarating adventure sports & attractive quaint towns. The heritage & history of the country also draws a lot of attention...

A local concierge service with a 24×7 emergency contact number assisting you with all facets of Germany – restaurants, shopping and local experiences. We focus on local experiences as much as important sounds and sights that you must visit. Our tailor made touring looks into finer elements including pace of travel and off beat as well as insider experiences where possible

Europa Park
High-octane thrills are on the agenda at Europa-Park in Rust, along with themed European worlds and spectacular events with a Europe-wide reputation.
At Europa-Park, the whole family can look forward to a sensational mix of adventure, entertainment and white-knuckle thrills. The 90-hectare grounds are divided into themed lands, 13 of which feature the architecture, food and flora of a particular European region. More than 100 shows and attractions – including eleven rollercoasters – promise extreme thrills, excitement and plenty of memorable moments.

Mount Zugspitze
Zugspitze is one of the most famous mountain peaks in the Alps. Measuring 2,962m, it is not only Germany’s highest mountain, but also one of the most popular destinations for visitors from all over the world.
There is a 360° panoramic view from the top and in good weather more than 400 peaks in surrounding Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy can be seen. Walks high among the Alps where the ice never melts, summer and winter toboggan rides on natural snow and the fact that is easily accessible by two cable cars and a rack-railway make the Zugspitze an ideal mountain destination

Eagles´s Nest, Salt Mine & National Park of Berchtesgaden
From the foot of the Obersalzberg, hop on a special coach that will take you to the WWII-era brass elevator, which then whisks you up to the Eagle’s Nest, perched on top of the mountain. Enjoy magnificent views of the towering snowcapped peaks of the Bavarian Alps and the surrounding countryside. It is a short walk from here to the cross on the summit of the Obersalzberg.
Below Obersalzberg are the 450-year-old salt mines. Walk in miners’ footsteps as you don a traditional mining outfit and descend into the grottos. Hear fascinating tales and learn interesting facts about this underground world from your guide, and then end your mining adventure with a raft sail on the salt lake and a train trip around the lake.
Berchtesgaden National Park is one of the oldest nature reserves in the Alps. Located in southern Bavaria, this is a particularly beautiful part of the Berchtesgaden Alps, with majestic mountains, fantastic walking trails, scenic lakes and dense forests.

Automobile Museums
‘Building the future on tradition’ – the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart is more than just a home for 125 years of automotive history. The building housing the Mercedes-Benz Museum is an exceptional piece of architecture, which reflects the ideals of originality that lie at the heart of the Mercedes-Benz brand, always striving to create completely new concepts for human mobility. A double helix inside the museum, based on human DNA, symbolizes the ‘genetic makeup’ of the brand.

BMW Welt
See, hear, feel and experience mobility. A car collection point and themed attraction unlike any other in the world, BMW Welt brings this prestigious brand to life. With a prime location close to the BMW corporate headquarters, museum and factory, BMW Welt is not just for car buffs and lovers of all things technical. It also offers a wide range of activities and regular special exhibitions, combining engineering, design and innovation with lifestyle, enterprise and culture, in a stunning, state-of-the-art building.

Porsche Museum
The extraordinary architecture of the Porsche Museum is as impressive as the cars inside. The monolithic building looks as if it is about to take off. Around 80 vehicles and numerous smaller exhibits are on display here. The German sports car manufacturer Porsche opened this impressive new automotive museum right on Porscheplatz square. For discerning fans of these iconic sports cars, it offers an unforgettable experience, making it an essential part of any visit to Stuttgart.

In the Bavarian town of Günzburg there’s a land where everyone can be a hero: it’s called Legoland. In eight fascinating worlds of adventure, the park has more than 50 attractions, rides, live shows, a holiday village and faithfully replicated models made from over 50 million pieces of Lego.

Water attractions and rollercoaster’s help turn a visit to the park into an unforgettable highlight of any holiday. Fun and entertainment combined with learning through play and interactive elements are an outstanding combination that make Legoland truly special.

With all that’s on offer in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, it’s no surprise that the town is actually two. Garmisch and Partenkirchen were once two separate market towns and both offer charming historical centres, a wealth of culture and plenty of good old-fashioned Bavarian hospitality amid scenic surroundings. Together they form the number one winter sports venue in Germany. When people in Germany think of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the first thing that springs to mind is winter sports: seven months of snow, 60 kilometres of pistes, pristine slopes and Germany’s only glacial ski area.

Rothenburg ob der Tauber
Rothenburg ob der Tauber is a small town with a big reputation. Nowhere else will you find such a wealth of original buildings dating from the Middle Ages.
You can’t help but ask yourself whether time has stood still, as you amble past the beautiful old houses, secluded squares and tucked-away corners of the old quarter, where towers, taverns and town gates alternate with fountains, fortifications and former storehouses.

The Romantic Road
The Romantic Road whisks you away on a journey of approximately 400km from Würzburg to Füssen in the Allgäu. This ‘grandfather’ of Germany’s scenic routes – now more than 60 years old – is a highlight that attracts visitors from all over the world.
Nature, culture and hospitality are the three hallmarks of the Romantic Road. This route offers excitement for art lovers, festival goers, history buffs, sports devotees and everyone who likes a celebration. It will take you to historic towns with striking buildings and historical sites that have lost none of their original charm. Jewels come in swift succession, be it magnificent stately homes, palaces of courtly splendour or medieval timber-framed architecture.

Allianz Arena
For all fans of the beautiful game, the chance to soak up the atmosphere at the awe-inspiring Allianz Arena is one not to be missed. Whether it’s a Bundesliga battle, Champions League thriller or an international game, any match held in this masterpiece by star Swiss architects Herzog & De Meuron is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
If you wish to enjoy the ultimate buzz, deafening chants and goosebumps galore along with 69,900 other spectators, this is the ideal place to be. Guided stadium tours offer a fascinating behind-the-scenes insight into one of Europe’s most modern and beautiful stadium.

Loreley Rock
Celebrated in song and shrouded in legend – the Loreley rock is a 194-metre-high slate cliff towering above the narrowest point of the Rhine near St. Goarshausen.
It became famous for the tale of Loreley, a beautiful but melancholy siren who would sit on the rock and sing as she combed her golden hair. Her beauty and beguiling song distracted passing sailors from the strong currents and their ships smashed to pieces against the rocks. Today, the Loreley is a magnet for tourists from all over the world. In the Loreley visitor centre, an interactive exhibition tells you everything you need to know about the region. The Upper Middle Rhine Valley  where the rock is, became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2002.

Autostadt is an exhibition complex in Wolfsburg, the home of the Volkswagen Group. Focused on the subject of mobility, it offers a variety of exciting attractions and activities.
Autostadt Wolfsburg takes you on a fascinating journey through the world of the automobiles. Set in more than 25 hectares of parkland, a mixture of stunning architecture, design and nature provides the framework for a wide range of attractions. Exhibitions feature classic cars through the ages and focus on what made them so groundbreaking at the time.

Bavarian State Opera
In 1818 Munich finally gained an ‘opera house for all’ in the form of the Royal and National Theatre at Max-Joseph-Platz. By 1825, however, Klenze’s neo-classical structure had to be rebuilt because of a fire, this time with a pillared portico. Since 1875 it has been the venue for the Munich Opera Festival.
The National Theatre is home to Bavaria’s state orchestra, state opera and state ballet. At 2,500 square metres, this is the third-largest opera stage in the world.

Motorcycle Fair – End of January
If you love motor sports, speed to one of the largest motorcycle fairs in Germany. In Leipzig, enthusiasts can discover the latest bikes and gear from all over the world and watch some great performances on two wheels.

Rhine in Flames- May
During this festival, the stunning landscape of the Rhine valley is illuminated by firework displays, and thousands of Bengal fires bathe river, banks, and medieval castles in magic colors.
You can watch this spectacle along the Rhine promenade in Bonn – or get real close and board one of the illuminated Rhine ships that parade down the river that night.

Kiel’s Sailing Week- June
“Kiel Week” is the largest sailing event in the world, attracting 5,000 sailors, 2,000 ships, and more than three million visitors every year.
The event dates back to 1882 and offers hundreds of regattas, historic ship parades, and a cultural program that transforms the city center of Kiel into the largest summer festival stage in Northern Europe.

Rheingau Wine Festival- end August until first week of September
Over 600 wines from vintners of the Rheingau region are poured at the Frankfurt wine festival; celebrated in the heart of Frankfurt, the fair takes place adjacent to the “Fressgasse”, a street which is famous for its gourmet restaurants and international cafes.
Don’t leave without trying a glass of Riesling, the signature wine of the Rheingau region.

Berlin Marathon- September
The Berlin Marathon, one of the top five international marathon races, attracts more than 40000 runners from over 90 countries. Spanning 10 Berlin districts, the marathon ends at the national symbol of Germany, the Brandenburg Gate.
Visitors will be entertained with over 70 street concerts, performances, and international food and drink.

Wine Festival Stuttgart – end August until first week of September
Wine enthusiasts can raise their glass in the city of Stuttgart, which hosts one of the largest and best wine festivals in Germany. Located in the Neckar wine region, Stuttgart is proud to have a 1000-year old viniculture.
It’s wine festival attracts more than a million wine connoisseurs, who can sample Swabian specialties and try 250 regional wines, including Trollinger, Riesling, Kerner, Müller-Thurgau.

Stuttgart Beer Festival – Cannstatter Wasen- September/October
The Cannstatter Wasen, as this festival is called in German, started as an autumn fair in 1818 and quickly became one of the leading beer festivals in Germany, second only to Oktoberfest in Munich.
Celebrate autumn with Swabian food, beer and wine, and bring the family for Oompah bands, parades, roller coasters, and the world’s largest mobile Ferris wheel.

Oktoberfest in Munich – September/October
Oktoberfest in Bavaria is the highlight of Germany’s festival calendar: Every September and October, visitors from around the world mingle with locals to celebrate Bavarian culture and cuisine and to have a good time with German beer, music, parades, concerts, and fun rides.

ChocolART Festival in Tübingen – December
If you have a sweet tooth, don’t miss the largest chocolate festival in Germany, which is celebrated in Tübingen, a traditional university town in the southwest of Germany.
Visit the open-air market in the Old Town, which offers chocolate delicacies from around the world, and indulge in mouthwatering activities like chocolate-making classes, chocolate massages, tasting sessions, and chocolate art exhibitions.

Christmas Markets – last weekend of November until Christmas Eve
Christmas markets in Germany are a wonderful part of the holiday tradition and a great way to get into the Christmas spirit.
Almost every German city celebrates the season with a least one Christmas market (Berlin is home to 60 different Christmas markets!). German Christmas fairs start on the last weekend of November and usually last until Christmas Day.

Neuschwanstein Castle
Neuschwanstein is known all over the world as a symbol of idealised romantic architecture and for the tragic story of its owner.
After losing sovereignty in his own kingdom, Ludwig II withdrew into his own world of myths, legend and fairytales. It is also known as the ‘fairytale castle’.

Cologne Cathedral
Building first began in 1248 on what eventually became one of the finest ecclesiastical edifices in the world and the epitome of high-Gothic cathedral architecture in its purest possible form.
The scale of Cologne Cathedral is evident from its two mighty towers. Completed in 1880, they dominate both the city and the surrounding region. At the time of its completion in the 19th century, the cathedral was the biggest building in the world.

Brandenburg Gate
No other monument in Berlin is as famous around the world as Brandenburg Gate in the heart of the city. After the Berlin Wall was built in 1961, Brandenburg Gate became impassable for 28 years.
As a signature attraction and symbol of German reunification, it now represents the past and present of the German capital in exemplary fashion. The gate is supported by six Doric columns, forming five passageways with pedestrian-only access. The famous quadriga depicting the goddess of victory, Victoria, riding a four-horse chariot was added in 1794.

Berlin Wall
From 1961 to 1989 the Berlin Wall divided the city in two. Most of this concrete structure has since been torn down, but fragments do remain a feature of the city. The Berlin Wall Trail, a route for walkers and cyclists split into 14 sections, follows the path of the former wall. Information panels installed at 30 points tell the story of the Berlin Wall.
The colourful and recently restored East Side Gallery in Friedrichshain is a piece of the hinterland wall that in 1990 was painted by artists from 21 countries. On Bernauer Strasse, where there is a replica section of the Berlin Wall, you can also visit a memorial site, a documentation centre and the Chapel of Reconciliation.

Dresden’s Zwinger Palace is famous around the world for its beautiful baroque architecture. It was built in 1709 during the reign of Augustus the Strong. It was originally an open area surrounded by wooden buildings which was used by the Saxon nobility for tournaments and other courtly pursuits.
The remarkable sculptures adorning the gallery walls are by various artists and help make this one of the main attractions in Saxony’s regional capital.

Aap Ka Suroor
This movie was shot in Cologne North Rhine – Westphalia, Frankfurt/Main, Hessen, Heppenheim, Hessen, Königstein, Saxony, Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, Rüdesheim Am Rhein, Hessen, Stuttgart & Baden-Württemberg. The story revolves around a wealthy woman who falls in love with a rock-star who soon gets arrested for Murder.

Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya
This movie had its song ‘Meri Sanson Mein Basa Hai’ shot in Mainau Island, Lake Constance, Germany. The story revolves around a girl whos family wants to get her married to her father’s friends son. She goes to meet him & enroute meets someone else who pretends to be him & she falls in love with him.

Dil Toh Pagal Hai
This movie had its song ‘Dil toh pagal hai…’ shot in Europa-Park, Rust, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The story is of four lovers: Rahul, Ajay, Pooja, and Nisha. This movie explores romance as the days go on, and for some their dreams come true where as for others they find their dreams.

Don 2

This movie shooting has taken place extensively in Germany at the following locations:

• Berlin Cathedral for the scene: Diwan Waits For Shahrukh To Give Information.
• Berlin Wall for the scene: Kunal’s Entry Scene.
• Brandenburg Gate for the scene: Shown While Priyanka Chases Shahrukh After Charity Fundraiser Party.
• DZ-Bank for the scene: Shown As DCB Bank While Shahrukh Discloses The Plot.
• Fernsehturm for the scene: Tower Shown In The Intro Scenes Of Berlin.
• Konzerthaus, Gendarmenmarkt, Mitte, Berlin for the scene: Charity Fundraiser Party Held In This Hall.
• Marie-Elisabeth-Lüders-Haus, Berlin for the scene: Diwan Receives Shahrukh’s Call For Meeting Rescheduling Olympic Stadium, Berlin for the scene: Kunal’s First Meeting With Shahrukh.
• Park Inn Berlin Alexanderplatz, Berlin for the scene: Shahrukh’s 300 Ft Jump Scene.

The story goes as: Having conquered the Asian underworld, Don now has his sights set on European domination. In his way are the bosses of the existing European underworld and all the law enforcement agencies. The action shifts from Kuala Lumpur to Berlin as Don must avoid assassination or arrest, whichever comes first, in order for his plan to succeed.

Hadh Kar Di Aapne
This movie had its song ‘ Mujhe Kuchh Tumse Hai Kehna’ shot in Europa-Park, Rust.
The story goes as: Anjali Khanna had always suspected her husband, Sanjay, of cheating on her, and flirting with other women. In order to keep an eye on him and his activities, she asks her friend, who is also named Anjali Khanna to go abroad under her name, which she does. When Sanjay finds out that Anjali is going to go abroad, he hires his friend to follow Anjali and make sure she is not having an affair.

Hero No. 1
This movie had its song ‘Mohobbat ki nahin’ shot in Europa-Park, Rust, Baden-Württemberg.
The story goes as: Two young Indians, Meena and Rajesh, meet in Europe and fall in love with each other, promising to get married when they return back to India. During the meeting of both families, both fathers get into an argument, and refuse to permit the young couple to get married. No amount of persuasion gets them to change their minds. Then Rajesh, with Meena’s help, decides to work as a servant in Meena’s household – with a view of winning over her father, and thus finding a solution to their wedding problems.

Jeena Sirf Merre Liye
This movie had its song ‘Pyaar Maange’ shot in Alte Oper, Frankfurt. Also the song ‘Pyaar Maange’ was shot at Holbeinsteg Bridge, Frankfurt & Kurhaus, Wiesbaden.
The story goes as: Pinky alias Pooja Malhotra and Karan are childhood sweethearts. During this time they exchange vows that they will live for each other only. They separate shortly after but they do not forget their vows. Pooja frantically searches for her sweetheart, but to no avail. She finally decides to write her own story in a the form of a love story. This story turns out to be very popular, and Pooja does get to meet Karan, only to find out that he has a girlfriend by the name of Seema.

Black Forest
Use it or lose it’ is the motto of the Black Forest’s nature parks. With a total area of 7450 sq km, they are the two largest nature reserves in Germany, and there are so many different ways to discover the scenery and landscape.
They border the fertile Rhine valley to the west, and hilly meadows and farmland to the east. In between there are swathes of woodland, Germany’s highest hills (up to 1493m), medieval towns and cultural centres such as Baden-Baden and Freiburg. Visitors can tour these regions that spans 11100 square kilometres for free by bus or train, using the KONUS card available at nearly 140 holiday destinations.

Lake Constance
The Lake Constance region, where Germany borders Austria and Switzerland, is a holiday paradise set around one of Europe’s largest lakes. The most popular excursion is to the Flower Island of Mainau, famous for its magnificent park and gardens surrounding the baroque family residence of Count Bernadotte. Discover an oasis of natural beauty, harmony and relaxation.
Also on Lake Constance is the Monastic Island of Reichenau, which documents the religious and cultural role played by the large Benedictine abbey in the Middle Ages and has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list since 2000. The three well-preserved Romanesque churches on the island are notable examples of monastic architecture.

Harz National Park
A mountainous region shrouded in mist or brightly lit by the sun. Water and woodland, tales of witches and state-of-the-art wellness – you can find all this and more at the Harz National Park.
Located within Germany’s most northerly mountain range, the national park is a popular area for walking and skiing.

Eifel National Park
The Eifel National Park has majestic beech forests interspersed with gnarled oak woods and tumbling brooks ensconced in mysterious ravines.
The chance to get close to nature offered by the numerous plant and animal species here is unrivalled anywhere in western Germany.

Lake Königssee
It is no exaggeration to describe the Berchtesgadener Land region as a mecca for health-conscious holidaymakers. The region has been officially designated a climatic health resort in recognition of the high concentration of therapeutic activities and amenities on offer.
Together with the adjoining national park, the region’s resorts are part of a UNESCO biosphere reserve. Unspoilt nature, organic farms, crystal-clear water and pure air – this is the essence of Berchtesgaden, a holiday destination well served by a marvellous local infrastructure which, with countless wellness hotels, beauty parlours, spas and health retreats, is fully geared towards wellness, health and spa breaks.

Mary is the Patrona Bavariae, the patron saint of Bavaria, and Marienplatz with its towering St. Mary’s column is the oldest and most central square in the heart of Munich. At the centre of the pedestrian area, it provides a setting for a number of major events and is the ideal base from which to explore the city.
The square is dominated by the neo-Gothic New Town Hall with its imposing façade and the sound of the delightful carillon in the town hall tower. Close by are some of Munich’s most exclusive shopping streets, markets and beer gardens, as well as the trio of famous city gates – Isartor, Sendlinger Tor and Karlstor.

This small, atmospheric town in a beautifully scenic location in southern Germany offers charming hotels, magnificent green spaces and a variety of health-focused options. It is also known as the Black Forest’s world-famous thermal spa region. Baden-Baden’s tradition as a spa resort dates back over 2000 years.
The Romans, who were the first to appreciate the health benefits and healing powers of its hot springs, established the first baths here as long ago as AD 69. There are a total of twelve thermal springs in Baden-Baden with therapeutic powers that remain undiminished till today.

German Wines
The main grape varieties are Riesling, Silvaner and Rivaner for white wines, and Pinot Noir for reds.

German Cuisine
Cuisine in Germany is as diverse as the regions in which it is made. Good old-fashioned taverns, more than 200 star-rated restaurants and everything in-between offer something for all tastes and any budget.
People love to eat in Germany, and it’s easy to see why! But it wouldn’t be half as good without all the regional specialities, which include fish in the north, fruit from the orchards of the Altes Land, potato dumplings in eastern Germany, sauerbraten in the Rhineland, and egg noodles and sweet treats in the south. Between mid-April and late June the humble asparagus features heavily in dishes in almost all parts of Germany.

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Come and discover Germany’s theme parks, mountain peaks, salt mines, national parks, automobile museums – they are as varied as the country itself.

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