Explore Germany

Explore Germany

When I set out to plan my trip through Germany, I had World War II as an interest. One hour into my research my interest grew towards the fairytale castle of Neuschwanstein, intense drive via the black forest, ever so scenic Bavarian alps – you know where I am going with this, don’t you? While I went to Germany in search of the best beer garden and to perhaps view the pages of history little did I know that Germany had a lot more planned for me! Are you ready to explore Germany and its secrets?

Through my blogs on Germany, I take you through my journey. Right from the ultimate guide to visiting Germany, which answers all your questions about planning the trip. To location-specific blogs – Munich, Berlin, Fussen- where I share my personal experience along with details on things to do, where to stay and how to save money while travelling to Germany. What more? I have city-specific vegan food guides for Germany.

So go ahead, explore Germany through my Words!

Best Books to Read Before Visiting Germany

Woman in Berlin: Eight Weeks in the Conquered City
for those travelling to Germany, this book is a powerful memoir that offers a first-hand account of life in Berlin during World War II. This book provides insights into the everyday experiences of women during wartime and is a must-read for anyone interested in German history and culture.

Berlin Now — The City After the Wall by Peter Schneider
is a contemporary guide to Berlin that explores the city’s rich history and culture. This book offers a comprehensive overview of the city’s neighbourhoods, museums, and cultural institutions and is a great read for anyone planning a trip to Berlin.

When in Germany, Do as the Germans Do by Hyde Flippo
is a cultural guide to Germany that offers practical tips on everything from dining etiquette to social customs. This book is a must-read for anyone looking to understand German culture and society.

Night by Elie Wiesel
is a powerful memoir that chronicles the author’s experiences in Nazi concentration camps during World War II. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in understanding the impact of the Holocaust on the Jewish people and on the world as a whole.

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