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Travel and Insurance in Germany

Want to visit Germany, but don’t know where to start? Here is a selection of the different German cities to visit during your trip to Germany. Also, before you leave, be sure to check on the German health system and take out travel insurance that can cover all your medical expenses in the event of an accident.

When to leave?

The climate is rather temperate. Like most European capitals, the best season to visit Berlin is during spring or autumn (May, June, September).

The must-see places to visit in Germany

Berlin

The capital of the country, Berlin is a city full of historical monuments such as Charlottenburg Castle, the Brandenburg Gate, the Alexanderplatz Esplanade and the Holocaust Memorial. Berlin is also a modern city with a lively nightlife. It has become one of the most popular cities in Europe to party.

Munich

The Bavarian capital is the most interesting city in Germany after Berlin. It is distinguished by its architectural style oscillating between the 18th and 19th centuries, and the famous Oktoberfest beer festival held every year in October. Munich also has a large number of green spaces. More than 30 of the city is covered with parks and gardens, the most famous of which is the English garden “Englischer Garten”.

Cologne

Also known as Northern Rome, Cologne has no shortage of assets. This city is known for its beer, carnival, cathedral, and ancient Roman city “The Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium”. Don’t miss the Cologne Water Museum!

Frankfurt

Frankfurt is the financial heart of Germany. The city is best known for its American skyline, but it is also home to many monuments such as Frankfurt Cathedral, the Dom R-mer district and its medieval-style buildings. Climb the Main Tower for panoramic views of the entire city!

Hamburg

A major port city, Hamburg is one of the most important cities in Germany. It seduces its visitors with its diverse architecture, its bridges, its sumptuous shores of the Alster Park, and its fish market “Fischauktionshalle”

Dresden

If you are a history buff, the capital of Saxony is full of historic buildings such as a terrace in Brhl and the Taschenberg Palace. You will also have the opportunity to participate in the various cultural events organized at the Opera Sempre.

Heidelberg

Ideal for a romantic weekend, Heidelberg is renowned for its charming old town, small squares like the Marktplatz, and its magnificent castle that offers stunning views of the entire city of Heildelberg.

Baden Baden

A few kilometres from Strasbourg and at the foot of the Black Forest, this prestigious spa town is one of the most chic resorts in the world. The Lichentaler Allee is Baden-Baden’s must-see promenade: it is an elegant avenue through a large park. You can admire beautiful little bridges crossing the Oos River as well as prestigious hotels.

What travel insurance for Germany?

Travel in complete serenity and avoid any unpleasant surprises by purchasing travel insurance in Germany. Mondassur offers a wide range of insurance tailored to your needs and budget.

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