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Why Visit Germany?

With more than 2 millennia of history, one might say that Germany’s story is a long one, with many chapters, plot twists, highs and lows, but a story, nonetheless, that is ever-evolving and most definitely far from boring! Germany is approximately 357,386 square kilometers and offers much diversity with its eye-catching landscape. For those travelling to Germany for the first time, expect to be astounded by its emerald forests, impressive mountain ranges, scenic rivers and the unspoilt beaches of the North Sea.

Germany has also made plenty of contributions to the world, such as classical music with highly-accredited composers including Bach and Beethoven, fine art from notable artists like Caspar David Friedrich and Albretch Dürer - and, of course, it wouldn’t be a list of contributions without mention of Germany’s great beer and wines.

There are 13 wine-producing regions throughout Germany offering, alongside its outstanding wines, some of the most astonishing landscape views and mouth-watering dishes in the country. Wine holidays to Germany’s scenic regions such as the Mosel-Saar-Ruwer showcases some of the world’s steepest vineyards, which, in turn produces the sweet, crisp taste of the most popular wine of the region - Mosel Rieslings.

While on your wine trip, you’ll want to make the most of the charming vineyards situated close to Cologne, Heidelberg and Würzburg, but if you dig a little deeper and venture to the growing areas near Leipzig, Jena and Dresden, you’ll be pleasantly surprised. Embark on the many fabulous wine and food tours in Germany to get a true taste of wine country lifestyle.

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