Cheap Flights to Germany
It might not be the first country you think of when planning your summer holiday but Germany is surprisingly versatile with gorgeous cities, a countryside that stretches for miles, and a lively coastline battered by both the North and the Baltic Seas. There are also over 30 World Heritage sites in Germany for you to enjoy.
Visitors flock to Germany for the fascinating culture, well-documented history, plus the beer and delicious sausages! Germany is a place that can be visited throughout the year, with ski-ing available as well as beach holidays, hiking through forests, and warming yourself up with Gluhwein on a bitter winter’s night in a city square in Germany.
Bonn might not be the capital of Germany any more - its brief moment of glory coming to an end in 1991 - yet it holds its head high and offers up delights such as Beethoven’s birth place, a serene riverside setting along the Rhine, and many interesting museums.
Cologne is another of Germany’s gems to be admired. Its famous cathedral dominates the skyline with its twin spires, there is a Roman wall to marvel at, and even a museum dedicated to the art of chocolate making.
Sylt is a tiny island off the north coast of Germany that almost brushes up alongside Denmark. Its west coast offers championship windsurfers the opportunity to show off in September during the Surf World Cup, yet the east coast is calm and peaceful with shifting dunes and colourful lighthouses.
Another fascinating retreat is Rugen Island on the northwest coast of Germany with 570km of coast, chalk white cliffs, and historic buildings. It is a place to go to enjoy protected nature reserves and long sandy beaches.