Top Destinations in Germany
Types of Glamping in Germany
10+ Accommodations in Germany
Why Choose Glamping in Germany?
Visit Germany and discover a country that so seamlessly blends past and present, where medieval meets modernity; a country where holidays are such a perfect mix of history, culture, and natural beauty you never knew was possible.
With cities steeped in history and charming small towns, an abundance of national parks, forests, and mountains, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to places to visit in Germany.
Travel the country and you’ll quickly see why tourism in Germany attracts so many different kinds of people. From those looking for cultural hubs to outdoor adrenaline junkies, the tourist attractions here are hard to beat.
Top Things to Do in Germany
To start, no trip to Germany would be complete without a visit to the famous Black Forest. Located in the southwestern corner of Germany, glamping at the Black Forest is a hiker’s dream. From Pforzheim in the north to Waldshut on the High Rhine in the south, there are endless ways to fill your holidays here.
Other popular spots include Germany’s oldest ski area, Todtnau, spa facilities in Baden-Baden, as well as the Black Forest Railway, and the famous falls in Triberg. Another top attraction in Germany is the Neuschwanstein Castle. One of Europe’s most famous royal castles, this palace was built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria in the 19th century.
Head to the town of Füessen, situated between the Ammergau and Allgäu Alps to find not only a great base for visiting the castle, but the town is also a popular alpine resort and winter sports center.
The Rhine is Europe’s most important waterway and also one of its most beautiful. Running a total of 1,320 kilometers, the river stretches from Switzerland, through Germany, all the way to the Netherlands. As the river runs so directly through Germany, there are many places along the way to stop and enjoy it.
The most popular section of the river, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the Upper Middle Rhine Valley. This 65-kilometer stretch of river is home to more than 40 castles, 60 medieval towns, and some of our favorite river views. There is also the historic town of Bingen, where the river cuts through a deep gorge before entering the Bacharach valley, which is a good place to start if you’re looking to visit.
With many more incredible things to see and do in Germany, making it difficult to list them all. A trip here is sure to impress, with different attractions and activities to suit a range of itineraries.
When is the Best Time to Visit Germany?
The best time to visit Germany depends on what you’re hoping to do. Summer has many advantages, from long days and moderate temperatures, but is also the busiest and most expensive season to visit.
If you choose to travel during shoulder seasons, like in spring and fall, you will most likely find more availability and lower prices throughout the country. Throughout Germany the climate is moderately continental, characterized by cold winters.
During the winter season, average daily temperatures are around 32° F (0°C). Summers are moderately warm, with maximum temperatures around 72/75° F (22/24°C). July and August are the hottest months and are perfect for luxury camping.
Germany has four distinct seasons that offer a host of different outdoor adventures perfect for glamping. So, no matter when you visit here, you’re sure to be impressed when choosing to glamp in the stunning natural beauty throughout the country.
Can you go dome glamping in Germany?
A truly unique way to experience Germany’s wonderful outdoors is by glamping in a dome. These lovely rentals are transparent, providing the perfect place to immerse yourself in stunning surroundings. Whether you’re visiting with family or planning a romantic break, domes are perfect for all getaways.
Where is the best place to go glamping in Germany?
Germany offers several incredible places to enjoy a glamping getaway, making it difficult to narrow it down. However, great places to start are Berlin and Lübz. These are popular spots in Germany, great for those seeking lots to see and do in the area.
Can you go glamping with your dog in Germany?
If you’re hoping to explore Germany with your four-legged friend, there are some incredible pet-friendly rentals here. This allows visitors to explore the country while having comfortable and luxurious accommodations to relax in afterward.