Perhaps it is not the first holiday destination which comes to mind, but Germany is a country which has lots to offer: The Rhine Valley, the Black Forest, medieval villages and wonderful landscapes.

Berlin is the capital of Germany and it attracts thousands of tourists each year who come to see the evidence of a country which has had its fair share of problems in the past. Go and see what remains of the Berlin Wall and stand under the mighty Brandenburg Gate or visit the museums which have been declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

Let yourself be charmed by the museums, concerts and magnificent architecture in Cologne in the north of Germany and be sure to visit the second biggest city in Germany, Hamburg, which is renowned for its red light district and port.

Discover the hidden wonders in Bavaria in the south-east of Germany, and wander through the cobbled streets of one of the prettiest medieval towns in Germany, Nuremberg. Take a ride on the Black Forest Train to uncover the riches in this wooden mountain range located in the south-west; and don’t forget to visit Munich, the capital of Bavaria and most popular destination in Germany during the annual beer festival, Oktoberfest.

Visit Germany and you won’t be disappointed-it has lots of undiscovered beauties which are waiting to be explored.