If you haven’t seen your friends for a long time or just want to experience something together – what could be better than traveling together? We have put together some of the top travel destinations * recommended by German group travelers – from the mountains in the south to the sea in the north.
On the Teufelsberg, gray history meets colorful present
Berlinis mainly known by group travelers as Europe’s party metropolis, but few know that you can also explore nature together in the city. On a bike tour through the Grunewald to the Drachenberg you have the opportunity to experience Berlin from its green side. And as the name suggests, many Berliners use the Drachenberg to let their aircraft soar into the air against the backdrop of Berlin. If your group is passionate about history, then the ascent to the nearby Teufelsberg is worthwhile. At the top there is a former listening station from the Cold War. The building is no longer in operation, but group tours are offered and local artists have painted the cold military building with colorful graffiti.Resting guesthouse Pauline .
A bike ride with friends is a great way to discover the city
In the historic Auerbachs Keller in Leipzig , Goethe sat with his friends and was inspired. The city is known for its alternative culture and art scene. While strolling through the alleys you can admire the numerous graffiti works of art on the walls. But real fans don’t have to go into illegality to conjure up their own picture on the wall. Numerous providers give visitors the opportunity to learn the craft from experienced professionals and to use a spray can to spray their own motif on a wall at a graffiti workshop. After painting, the artists can compare the works with friends and dream of a big breakthrough overnight at INNSIDE by Meliá Leipzig .
The port of Hamburg is the perfect starting point for an excursion or just to relax
The hometown of Hans Albers offers numerous other sights in addition to the famous pubs, the Hamburg harbor and the Reeperbahn. In order to get the group in the mood for the beautiful port city, a common harbor tour is recommended. From the water you can marvel at the most beautiful sights of the city without the risk of getting lost in the stream of tourists. After visiting the city on the water and on land, one deserves a visit to one of Hamburg’s famous pubs in the evening. Various pubs offer Sunday evenings the chance to indulge in a German tradition: to watch the crime scene together and to guess who the perpetrator is. When the case is resolved, you can spend the evening in the bar of the Adina Apartment Hotel Hamburg Michel let it fade away.
Surfers try their luck on the standing wave of the Eisbach
The capital of Bavaria has more to offer groups than just going to the Oktoberfest in lederhosen and dirndls. Nymphenburg Palace in Munich West offers a regal atmosphere and culture as well as, in the adjoining botanical garden, tropical green in the middle of the Alpine foothills. For refreshment, take your friends to the Viktualienmarkt, which has been attracting Munich residents for their daily shopping for 200 years. Here you can enjoy excellent Bavarian “delicacies”: white sausages and wheat beer. Munich offers a special surprise for groups who are enthusiastic about sports. The Eisbach in the English Garden invites amateur surfers hundreds of kilometers from the nearest sea to try their luck in the cool water. Here, a standing wave allows the athletes to perform daring tricks on the river – to the cheering applause of their friends who are watching from the adjacent bridge. After you have completely exhausted yourself in the white water,Boutique Hotel Splendid-Dollmann .
Along with the cathedral, the stone bridge is the city’s most important landmark
In order not to get lost, explore the winding streets of medieval Regensburgbest together. In summer, students and sun-seekers have a barbecue on the Jahninsel, which is a natural place for excursions in the middle of the city between the Danube and Danube Canal. You can get there via the historic stone bridge, from which even the brave jump into the Danube Canal in summer. When the group has relaxed enough, they can devote themselves to the culture and take part in a historical city tour, during which the city guides lead the group through the streets in suitable clothes. If your group is looking for a little more excitement, the Frankenjura climbing area about an hour away is a good tip. The rock formations and climbing routes there are considered to be one of the best-developed climbing areas in the world and offer something for all levels of experience. In a larger group, someone can always secure the rope, while another daring man works his way up the rock. After a day of activity you can relax in the middle of the romantic old town in theibis Regensburg Zentrum relax.