Travel Blogs from Germany

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Rothenburg, Germany, Rothenburg, Germany travel blog

Rothenburg, Germany

A travel blog entry by jtpharr


Rothernburg is a city that lies at the intersection of what used to be two of the most traveled trade routes. Rothenburg is one of the only fully walled and fortified cities with the wall still completely ...

Out Of Berlin, Berlin, Germany travel blog

Out Of Berlin

A travel blog entry by yearoftheshorts


The last morning for the wonderful house of Tim. Goodbye queen size bed, goodbye second story, goodbye exploited nights of wireless broadband. But not yet. The morning is a little late, with me centering the time round sending packages I no longer want ...

Munich day, Munich, Germany travel blog

Munich day

A travel blog entry by mauza


... located on the River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps.. and the Austrian Alps/ border too.. Munich is the third largest city in Germany, behind Berlin and Hamburg  About 1.42 million people live within the city... and most of them seemed to be in ...

snow white and the 40 dwarves, Munich, Germany travel blog

snow white and the 40 dwarves

A travel blog entry by ashnbrieurope

... We went in and out in 15 minutes but it counts and we then drove through Austria and had a lunch break there. We were back in Germany by 2 30 and then in Munich by 4.  We went and checked into our hostel, somewhat unsure of what was to come for that ...

A Long Walk and Hakuna Matata!, Potsdam, Germany travel blog

A Long Walk and Hakuna Matata!

A travel blog entry by deb.garrett


I´m so glad we stayed an extra night in Potsdam. This is a lovely town with lots to see. I was especially interested in the Sans Souci Park that had many castles and huge gardens and fields for walking. The Palace Sans Souci was specifically named ...

The Whole Town is UNESCO, Bamberg, Germany travel blog

The Whole Town is UNESCO

A travel blog entry by deb.garrett


Best Room View, Weimar, Germany travel blog

Best Room View

A travel blog entry by deb.garrett


In old Bavaria..., Munich, Germany travel blog

In old Bavaria...

A travel blog entry by kiaelise


... .  Granted, Munich was the birthplace of the Nazi movement.  And even Hitler recognized how detrimental separation from the rest of Germany would have been for the Nazi movement.  He was so worried about it in fact, it drove him to commit ...

sailing, sailing, Bodensee, Germany travel blog

sailing, sailing

A travel blog entry by steve_n_tracy


... in time for our launch. It actually was quite warm for nearly an hour, providing a spectacular view of three different countries (Germany, Austria, and Switzerland all border the lake), including the snow-capped Alps. Then it hailed. It let up after a ...

THREE COUNTRIES IN ONE DAY, Passau, Germany travel blog


A travel blog entry by joyous9


... countries belong to the EU,  there is no border control at any borders. Linz was totally destroyed during the war. Austria and Germany have a holiday for Ascension Day so of course shops all shut in Linz too but many people were out in the square as ...

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