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"I love showing guests the depth of German culture and cuisine; it lets them experience how truly multifaceted Germany really is!"

Paul, Travel Director
Germany at a glance
Covered in enchanting forests, Cinderella-inspired castles, quaint villages and emerging cities, a trip to Germany will leave you with memories to cherish for years to come. Join your expert Trafalgar Travel Director and discover why Germany is more than the sum of Berlin and Bavarian beer. 
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What to pack for Germany

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Otto Wolff’s guide to German food

Gelbwurst, rindswurst. Kartoffelpuffer, kartoffelkloesse. German food can be a mouthful before the dish has been served. The Wurst! By Otto Wolff will guide you through the very best of German cuisine.

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An eye for fairytale architecture

Most sources claim that over 20,000 castles can be found across the hills of Germany. Allow this trip to inspire childhood nostalgia with its fairytale architecture.

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Digital maps

It's always good to have a backup of digital maps on standby when you're out exploring in your own time. Download them prior to your trip so you can reach them even when your phone is offline.

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Travel adaptor

Though many hotels will have adaptors available for use, being prepared with your own will ensure you're always charged and ready to go.

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Traditional costume

Oktoberfest is not the only time that traditional dress could be called upon in Germany. Travellers looking to connect closer to the culture may like to pack the 19th century German attire of a Dirndl or lederhosen.

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