Campsites in Germany
As a large country full of passionate campers there are many great campsites in Germany to choose from! Camping - und Ferienpark Wulfener Hals is the perfect destination for families and those with an interest in watersports as it is located between Lake Burger and the Baltic Sea. It even has a jacuzzi and a 9 hole golf course! On the opposite side of the country in the foothills of the Alps you will find Camping Brunnen, a five star rated campsite sat on the shores of the Forggensee. It is dog friendly and has many beautiful walking and cycling routes in the local area. If you want help finding campsites in Germany, including free spots, make sure to check out our blog on the best websites and app sources.
Things to do in Germany
Whether you want to explore Germany’s big cities, get lost in its national parks or experience some unique German culture, there are always so many things to do in Germany! A trip to Germany would not be complete without sampling its distinctive culinary offerings of several different varieties of sausage from bratwurst to currywurst. The country also has a delicious selection of beers to choose from which notably vary by region. If you are a history fan then Germany has you covered with many charming medieval towns, magical castles and of course more the remains of its more modern history from the world wars and the east west divide. One of the best ways to access these sites is to take a one of the many driving tours! The Romantic Road through the southern state of Bavaria is the best known and most picturesque taking you through chocolate box towns such as Rothenburg ob der Tauber and the world famous castle Neuschwanstein!
Events in Germany
There are so many exciting events in Germany that you are sure to find the perfect one for your holiday needs, no matter the time of year! Notable in the calendar is of course Oktoberfest in Munich in September and October a folk and beer festival with several unique traditions. Many of the activities take place in tents set up in the city squares with beers served by servers in traditional dress and is a sight not to be missed if you visit in the Autumn! If you want an unforgettable Christmas experience then you have to head to the German Christmas markets across the country. The markets in the spectacular cities of Nuremberg and Aachen offer two of the best with a variety of food, craft and gift stalls. Make sure to enjoy a warm glühwein (mulled wine) or eggnog served in unique colourful cups! Wagner fans should head to the charming city Bayreauth in July and August for the annual opera cycle of the composer’s works. It is a firm favourite of the German Chancellor Angela Merkel! No matter your interests you are sure to find an event for you during your campervan holiday.