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Discover Germany with DFDS

Germany Travel Guides

Germany is home to some of the most vibrant and fascinating cities in the entire world, like Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Frankfurt. But if the countryside is more your thing, Germany’s boasts fairy-tale castles, rolling valleys and verdant vineyards outside of the cities which you can explore by car or bicycle. If you choose to explore Germany this way, you’ll pass medieval towns, villages and monasteries hidden in the foothills of the German Alps.

Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany
Germany-Moselle Merl

Why visit Germany?

Germany’s location in the heart of Europe means it enjoys warm summers and often beautiful, white winters, particularly in the east of the country. The summer is the perfect time to visit the vineyards in the south of the country, while the cities are gorgeous in the winter.

Nowhere does Christmas markets with quite as much aplomb as Germany. Up and down the country, each year, market stalls come out offering numerous delights; from hand crafted toys, tree decorations, candles and lambskin shoes. Gluhwein is heated for the festive season and aromas of gingerbread and sausage fill the air.

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DFDS has one of the largest ferry networks in Europe, with routes operating to Denmark, Norway, the UK, mainland Europe and even the Baltic regions, including major cities such as Copenhagen, Oslo and Amsterdam. Travel with your car and open the gateway to Europe with DFDS.

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