With its bold modern design, this hotel is directly connected to Frankfurt International Airport's Terminal 1, near downtown, and close to European Central Bank ...
Located in Tiergarten, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Freie Universität Berlin and Reichstag Building. Brandenburg Gate and Victory Column are also ...
Located in Friedrichshain, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Karl-Marx-Allee, ALEXA, and Nikolaikirche. Alexanderplatz and TV Tower are also within 2 mi (3 ...
This family-friendly Frankfurt hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of The Squaire and Lufthansa Flight Training Center. Opel Factory and Monchhofkapelle are also within ...
This landmark tower is the tallest hotel in Berlin, located in Alexanderplatz next to the famous Television Tower, three kilometres from the Reichstag and Brandenburg ...
Germany offers visitors a taste of European culture unlike that found anywhere else in the world. Famous for its beers, sausages and rich heritage, the country entices travelers from abroad with gothic architecture and many historical landmarks.
Many of Germany's cities were rebuilt after World War II, but medieval buildings and evocative structures still stand tall in Berlin, Cologne and many other areas. Germany is home to many castles, some dating back to the 11th century. Many of these can be viewed on a cruise down the Rhine river, or as you drive along beside it. Festivals and events let visitors discover the many facets of German song and dance. Let Orbitz.com help you craft your plans for a trip to this iconic nation.
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Visit food stalls serving traditional German and Jewish cuisine in this small market nestled between government and administrative buildings in Berlin.
Bremen's Schlachte promenade features cafes and restaurants serving a wide array of North German and local dishes.
One of Munich's most popular Oktoberfest locations, this beer house hosts similar events year-round.
Disco remains popular throughout Europe and locals in Munich flock to this disco dance hall to strut their stuff each evening.
This bridge stands as one of the most romantic secrets of Cologne. Couples bring padlocks inscribed with important dates and secure them to the bridge as a sign of devotion.
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