Historical Heritage

Germany in Western Europe borders Denmark, Poland, Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands and all of these countries form part of the Schengen region.

Explore Germany for has a landscape of forests, rivers, mountain ranges, North Sea beaches and deep history. The capital of Germany, Berlin, is home to art and nightlife scenes, the Brandenburg Gate and many sites relating to WWII. Munich is known for its Oktoberfest and beer halls, including the 16th-century Hofbräuhaus, while Frankfurt is known for its skyscrapers and the European Central Bank.  

The Oktoberfest folk festival featuring a travelling funfair and beers is held annually in Munich and Bavaria, which runs for 16 to 18 days from mid-September to early October. This festival has been held since 1810 and is an integral part of the Bavarian culture.

If you are visiting during the winter, the famous Christmas markets Germany begin at the end of November through New Year!

Germany is the home of Bach and Beethoven for theatre and fine art lovers, boasting theatres, professional orchestras, and art museums with internationally acclaimed collections.

Neuschwanstein Castle, an inspiration for Disneyland’s Sleeping Beauty, is a stunning fairytale structure that is a must-see and easy day trip from Munich. 

Germany is indeed a travel destination that has to be on everyone’s travel list, offering rich history, culture, beautiful nature and cosmopolitan people.



The best time to visit Germany is late spring and early autumn, May to September, when the weather is warm and sunny. Temperatures are comfortably averaging the low to mid-20s.

From 10th to 20th October, this is the harvest period of good weather where the autumnal colours of the leaves change, and the Germans call it “Goldener Oktober“.

The ski season in the Alps runs between Christmas and the end of March.



The climate in Germany is moderately continental, with cold winters, and average daily temperatures around 0°C (32 °F) or slightly above, and warm summers, with maximum temperatures around 23/26°C (73/79 °F) in July and August.




Language: The official language is German Deutsch, but English is widely used.


Currency: Euro (EUR)


Banks & ATMs: 

Deutsche Bank is the leading bank in Germany, and Geldautomat is the German word for ATMs widely available inside or outside bank branches and at most major airports. ATMs are less common in places such as shopping malls and petrol stations. 


Plugs and Sockets:

There are two associated plug types, types C and F.

Plug type C is the plug that has two round pins, and 

Plug type F is the plug that has two round pins with two earth clips on the side. 

Germany operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.


Highly recommended to carry an international plug adaptor.



Germany, on the whole, is a safe country to travel to for tourists. Crimes rates are low, and the most common form of crime you’ll probably encounter is pickpocketing or bicycle theft.


Flight Connections:

The largest airport in Germany is Frankfurt Airport, with its leading airline carrier as Lufthansa (Deutsche Lufthansa), being the largest airline in Germany and one of the largest in Europe. Frankfurt Airport, Munich Franz Josef Strauss Airport, and Duesseldorf Airport are its primary hubs.

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Hi, I’m Angela, here to inspire you on how much fun travelling can be after the kids have left the nest. This opportunity provides a perfect start to planning trips to places you’ve always wanted to see. No more choosing your travel destination based on what your kids want (and don’t want!) to do. 

So as a fellow empty nester, buckle up, step out of your comfort zone and mark the beginning of the next phase of your life.