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Stylish Tiny House for a City Escape Outside of Hamburg, Germany
Tiny Houses
Delve, Schleswig-Holstien (Germany)
Stunning Safari Tent for Glamping in Germany
Safari Tents
Traben-Trarbach, Rhineland-Palatinate (Germany)
Fabulous Dome Tent for Unique Sylt Holidays
Domes
Sylt, Schleswig-Holstien (Germany)

Visit Germany: glamping holidays

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’re spoiled for choice when it comes to places to visit in Germany. Travel the country and you’ll quickly see why Germany tourism attracts so many different kinds of people. From those looking for cultural hubs to outdoor adrenaline junkies, Germany tourist attractions are hard to beat. Go camping in Germany to experience the serenity of the countryside. Explore metropolitan areas such as Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt, or Hamburg before heading out to places in Germany like the Bavarian Alps, the Black Forest, or the Rhine Valley. There is something so undeniably aesthetic about the way Germany’s natural scenery unfolds and evolves. From the dune-fringed coasts of the north through moody forests and romantic river valleys of the center, all the way to the pure splendor of the Alps. While there are many things to do in Munich and Germany’s cities, it’s well worth the effort to get outdoors and enjoy some of these epic landscapes. From the centuries-old cathedrals and the grandeur of the palaces to some of the most awesome outdoor landscapes on the continent, plan a trip to Germany and get ready to be wowed. Glamping holidays to Germany blend the best of everything together, city and country, history and modernity, and of course, near the best Germany attractions. Glamping in Germany is the perfect way to get outdoors in this beautiful country. Glamping & Germany getaways were made for each other.

Things to do in Berlin

Oftentimes you think of glamping as some far-flung, isolated experience. But Germany glamping accommodations can take you to a variety of places, and if you’re looking to go glamping near Berlin, you’re in luck. Germany camping near Berlin is one of our favorites and once you see the tree house, Germany holiday accommodations won’t cut it. Check out this amazing tree house, Berlin holidays just won’t get any better. Once you’ve settled on your accommodation, you’re ready to explore! From the area surrounding Berlin to the many things to do in Berlin, this is a great starting off point if you’re not familiar with the country. Very few countries have had as much of an impact on the world as Germany, and with Berlin as its center and capital, Berlin is a natural place to start. From the Hanseatic League and the Reformation, then yes, Hitler and the Holocaust, Germany has always been a major world player. While some parts of Germany’s history are controversial, the country has contributed much more to society, like the printing press, the automobile, aspirin, MP3 technology; Germany’s contributions have left their mark on human history. Despite some aspects of Germany’s past, they do not shy from acknowledging wrongs and righting them. Some of the best things to do in Berlin so directly confront Germany’s complicated history, it gives locals and visitors alike a chance to really learn about and grapple with the events. History is present wherever you go in Berlin, attractions ranging from the East Side Gallery to the Holocaust Memorial, Brandenburg Gate to Museumsinsel (Museum Island), and of course, the Berlin Wall. Berlin isn’t all history, however; with beautiful beer gardens and amazing nightlife, this city is home to such a varied mix of attractions and things to do, it’s a great place to start.

Places to visit in Germany

With so many amazing places to visit in Germany, you may need to come back a second (or third or fourth) time. To start, no holiday camping in Germany would complete without a visit to the famous Black Forest. Located in the southwestern corner of Germany, glamping Black Forest Germany holidays are 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 in the Black Forest. Popular spots include Germany’s oldest ski area, Todtnau, spa facilities in Baden-Baden, as well as the Black Forest Railway, the famous falls in Triberg, and the Black Forest Open Air Museum. Another top Germany attraction is the Neuschwanstein Castle. One of Europe’s most famous royal castles, this palace was built of King Ludwig II of Bavaria in the 19th century. Head to the town of Füssen, situated between the Ammergau and Allgäu Alps, and find not only a great base for visiting the castle, but the town is also a popular alpine resort and winter sports center. If castles aren’t really your thing, head for the Rhine Valley. 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. The historic town of Bingen, where the river cuts through a deep gorge before entering the Bacharach valley, is a good place to start if you’re looking to visit.

From the depths of the Rhine Valley to the peaks of the Alps, the Zugspitze massif hugs the border between Germany and Austria. Part of the Wetterstein mountain range, the eastern summit of the massif can be reached by the Bayerische Zugspitzbahn, a cog railway, or by cable car. Or hop aboard the Tiroler Zugspitzbahn, a railway that runs to the Zugspitzkamm station at 2,805 meters. From here, the journey can be continued via a cable car to Zugspitz-Westgipfel Station at 2,950 meters; for a treat, make some time to stop for a meal at the excellent panoramic restaurant located here. Another highlight of this part of the country is the 800-meter-long tunnel, with viewing windows, that takes you from the Schneefernerhaus station at the top of the Bavarian cog railroad to the eastern summit with its viewing platforms. This, along with the many ski resorts located nearby, Zugspitze is a wonderful German destination to visit in winter. While we couldn’t begin to review all the places to visit in Germany in just one page, there is one more destination we want to draw your attention to. The Bavarian lake of Königssee, or King’s Lake, is one of our favorite places to go in Germany. This area near Salzburg is riddled with hiking and biking trails and is very popular with outdoor lovers. Probably one of the most popular things to do here is hike the footpath that leads you from the east side of the lake to the Malerwinkel, notable for its superb views over the lake and mountains that surround it. Berchtesgaden National Park is also here, and a place of outstanding natural beauty not to be missed. The best glamping & Germany holidays can be had almost anywhere you go in the country.

Best time to visit Germany

The best time to visit Germany all depends on what you’re hoping to do. Peak tourist season runs from May through September, roughly. Summer has many advantages, from long days and moderate temperatures, but is also the busiest and probably 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. In most of Germany, the climate is moderately continental, characterized by cold winters. In the winter season, average daily temperatures are around 0° C (32° F), while summers are moderately warm, with maximum temperatures around 22/24° C (72/75° F) in July and August, perfect for luxury camping. Germany has four distinct seasons that offer a host of different outdoor adventures perfect for glamping. From skiing to hiking, book your German holidays here.

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