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Germany offers many activities for families with children throughout the year.
Visit Neuschwanstein Castle: For children, a stay in the Bavarian Alpine town is a must, because Neuschwanstein Castle reminds of a fairy tale castle and is very popular with children. You have the option to walk to the castle and admire the beautiful landscape of the Alps or you can go directly in a carriage, which is certainly a highlight for children.
Beach Vacation: Spend a beach vacation on Sylt or Usedom with your kids, ride along the promenade on an electric bike while exploring the breathtaking landscapes of German cities.
Visit a German theme park: kids will love a visit to Europapark, Holidaypark or Phantasialand.
These are just a few examples of the many things you and your family can experience in Germany, as the country has so much more to offer its visitors.
EXAMPLE OF A THREE-DAY TRIP:
Visit the most beautiful island in Germany: Sylt.
Day 1: Do some sightseeing and visit the famous "aquarium" of Sylt as well as the lighthouse, from where you can enjoy a breathtaking view.
Day 2: Enjoy the sports activities that Sylt has to offer. Rent a bike to explore Sylt's beautiful landscape, then relax on the beach for the rest of the day.
Day 3: Go surfing or hiking and have dinner at a local restaurant near the beach.
German culture has been influenced and shaped throughout Germany's rich history, which today is considered one of the most stable economies in the world.
Cuisine: German cuisine is known for its curried sausages, potatoes, schnitzels, homemade bread and much more...
Architecture: German architecture is as varied as the country itself. You can find everything from very old buildings to more modern ones.
The people: Germans respect rules, they are very punctual and direct people. Germans are also very determined and are therefore often seen as businessmen. In addition, they generally act on the basis of reason and logic.