Take the bus from France to Germany
Located in the middle heart of Europe, Germany is an astonishing country offering many touristic spots, breathtaking landscapes and dynamic cultural life!
> Before departure
- Capitale: Berlin
- Currency: euro
- Official language: german
- Time difference: none
- Administrative formalities: valid identity card or passeport
With modern museums, hip clubs and an incomparable night life, Berlin is a much more than an attractive destination, especially for young people. Historically and culturally Berlin is also one of the premier destinations in Europe. The Parliament, the remainder of the Wall that divided Germany into West and East or the Brandenburg Gate, everyone will find something to amaze in this impressive city.
Boasting the largest sea port in Germany and the third largest in Europe, this beautiful city at the River Elbe is well-know as the "North Venice". Explore the different neighbourhood of this city such as the merchant one with the famous red bricks or the Fishmarket.
Frankfurt is nicknamed as the "Mainhattan" of Eruope with its numerous skyscraper! The city also offers many sightseeing spots such as historical monuments.
More than 6 million people make the pilgrimage every year to the 157 metre high Gothic Cologne Cathedral that is a centrepiece of this city on the River Rhine. The typical Cologne accent and the joie de vivre of the "Köllen" make this city likeable like none other. Visitors can enjoy a "Kölsch" in the rustic breweries that are scattered all over the city and Cologne certainly lives up to its name as the stronghold of the German Carnival.
Renowned the world over for Oktoberfest, Munich is also a beautiful and romantic city. With its many historical buildings, the Hofbräuhaus and the English Garden, Munich provides an exceptional quality of life. Due to it's proximity to the Alps, Munich does not only appeal to historically and culturally oriented people, but those who appreciate its diverse landscape.
Located on the Elbe banks, Dresde is a green city with many gardens, parks and forests. The town is well-known as the "Florence of Elbe", because of its art collections and its baroque architcture. Dresde also has an important cultural and artisitc heritage: Richard Wagner, famous opera composer, presented its first works!