Germany, renowned for its contributions to culture, philosophy, and history, also boasts a rich Christian heritage that spans centuries. This article invites you to embark on a journey that intertwines faith and exploration, leading you to some of Europe’s most remarkable Christian sites. From towering cathedrals to hidden monastic retreats, Germany’s landscapes are adorned with sacred treasures waiting to be discovered.
Christian Tours Germany: Exploring Faith and History
With its rich history and diverse cultural heritage, Germany offers Christian travelers a unique blend of religious significance and captivating historical sites. Embarking on a Christian tour through Germany provides a spiritual journey and an opportunity to delve into the country’s remarkable past. From majestic cathedrals to serene monasteries, Germany has much to offer to those seeking a meaningful and enlightening experience.
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Germany and Oberammergau Travel GuideSome information and tips about Germany and Oberammergau
There are many good reasons to visit Germany. European tourists opt for trips to Berlin, Munich, or Hamburg because of the exciting culture and lively cities. Businesspeople from all over the world are attracted to Germany as the top destination for international trade fairs. The ever-growing number of visitors has long since become an important economic factor.
How many international tourists come to Germany?
The German National Tourism Board (DZT) counted 84 million overnight stays by international travelers in hotels, guest houses, and campsites in 2017: the eighth record results in a row. The largest percentage of tourists come from Germany’s neighboring country Netherlands (11.2 million), followed by Switzerland (6.7 million) and the USA (6.2 million).
What are the forecasts for the travel market in Germany?
The DZT expects the annual number of overnight stays by international guests to rise to about 121.5 million by 2030. Most will still be from European countries. In addition, the experts expect more tourists from South America and Southeast Asia.
Weather, Climate and Geography
Overall, Germany has a warm, temperate, wet climate with westerly winds. Extreme fluctuations in temperature are rare. Rain falls throughout the year. Mild winters (2ºC to -6ºC) and moderately hot summers (18ºC to 20ºC which is approx. 68 F) are the norms.
Germany borders Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Poland, and Switzerland. The northwest has a coastline on the North Sea while the Baltic coastline in the northeast stretches from the Danish to the Polish border. The country is divided into 16 states (Bundesländer) and has an exceedingly varied landscape. In what was once known as West Germany, the Rhine, Bavaria, and the Black Forest stand as the three most famous features, while in the east, the country is lake-studded with undulating lowlands. River basins extend over a large percentage of the region, and some of Europe’s most prominent rivers ow through the country. These include the Elbe, the Danube, and the Rhine. The highest point in the country is the 2,962m (9,718ft) peak of Zugspitze Mountain in the Bavarian Alps. Cable cars run to the summit – it can also be climbed.
Light- to medium weights in summer, medium- to heavyweights in winter. If you intend to visit the mountains or if you plan a long-distance hike, then pack waterproof gear and extra layers with you, no matter what the time of year.
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