Step out for a moment from visiting all the classic attractions and consider making your way toward one of these unusual things to do. Here you will get a sense of how much more there is to see in the Bavarian capital than giant beers and tight leather pants.
Fuel up for your day of sight-seeeing biting a traditonal semmel loaded with fresh cuts, cheese and vegetables. The cosmopolitan German city of Munich offers many options that range from more traditional to international ones, such as a slice of dark bread with houmemade marmalade, or a plate of eggs with sausages and warm toasts. No matter what you are craving for, here are a few spots to keep in mind.
There’s more than just a stunning harbour to Hamburg and as such, this one is especially packed with multicultural influences at every corner. You are in for a treat when it to comes to picking up quirky and one of a kind holiday gifts from one of these local boutiques.
Look beyond preconceived notions that Munich is only made up of lederhosen-clad Oktoberfest celebrations, and embrace the reality that this city has become a sophisticated scene. But that doesn’t mean you have to skimp on the beer tasting. Enjoy the best of both worlds with Bavaria’s beer halls and cultural experiences.
Building a strong global presence for itself in creativity and culture, Berlin is one lively, distinguished artistic hub. The city wears its turbulent history on its sleeve, with its countless eye-opening historical and memorial sites to check out while you’re there. Berlin recognises its past, and focuses on the future with innovative architecture.
No city break to Hamburg would be complete without a spot of shopping. What better way to pass some free time than perusing the shops and finding that must have item. Just like other European cities, Hamburg is no exception to the rule, with exclusive home grown talent cropping up over the city to play with all the senses.
Exercising regularly is a lifestyle that we can all easily adopt and if you haven't already then cycling could be your ideal place to start. Albeit we won’t be enrolling in the Tour de France either but scenic coastlines or moderate mountain climbs will do us just fine.