BMWâ€™s slogan is certainly befitting for aÂ limitless driving experience in Germany, withÂ more than 12,000 km of autobahnÂ (highway)Â andÂ 65%Â withoutÂ aÂ speed limit.Â Whatâ€™s more, the autobahn has been engineered in a way to ensure safety as well as a frictionless driving experience, soÂ channel your inner racerÂ for aÂ carefree spin!
Many research suggest that access to nature is fundamental to our well-being. With almost one-third of the country covered in green, forests in Germany span across a massive 11.4 million hectare, equivalent to 157 times the size of Singapore. For active travelers, enjoy numerous trekking and cycling routes of more than 200 kilometres in Bavarian Forest National Park, the oldest of all national parks in the country. Discover untouched wildlife, flora and fauna in Berchtesgaden National Park, the only national park in the German Alps.
Although Germany is not as famous as its neighbouring countries when it comes to food, it does offerÂ something for everyone, whether you are aÂ meat-loving person or a vegan.Â Germany boastsÂ over 1,000 varieties of sausages (thereâ€™s even a museum dedicated to the popular currywurst) whileÂ its capitalÂ BerlinÂ is regarded as one of the most vegan-friendly cities in the world with aÂ thrivingÂ andÂ diverseÂ food scene.
For the history and culture lovers, be thrilled by the extensive options ofÂ over 50Â UNESCOÂ WorldÂ HeritageÂ sitesÂ dotted across the country, only surpassed by Italy and China.Â Be awe-inspired by theÂ famed Cologne Cathedral,Â jaunt through theÂ charming old town of BambergÂ andÂ appreciate the legacy of the architectural maestro Le CorbusierÂ in Stuttgart.
Beer is an integral part of Germany culture, with over 5,500 brands of beer made from only four ingredients. Recent years have seen soaring popularity of craft beer and even non-alcoholic beer, making it even more accessible to everyone to indulge some delicious foamy brew. There is also something for the wine aficionados â€“ Germany has some excellent wineries, most notably its Rieslings. Travel this fall just in time to savor the best local wines during the harvest season.
Did you know that the first known Christmas tree (Tannenbaum)Â originated fromÂ Freiburg,Â a town in GermanyÂ in 15thÂ century?Â The countryÂ boasts some of the oldest and best Christmas marketsÂ in the worldÂ â€“Â with the mainstream ones inÂ citiesÂ likeÂ Frankfurt, Berlin and MunichÂ drawing the crowds with their bustlingÂ atmosphere.Â For something a littleÂ moreÂ different, check out theÂ market in the underground wine cellars ofÂ Traben-Trarbach, perfect for avoiding any potential snowstorms,Â orÂ the cozy village of hutsÂ under the viaduct of theÂ HollentalÂ RailwayÂ for a romanticÂ setting in the Black Forest.
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