Easy, fast and comfortable, German trains are air-conditioned with stylish interiors, a relaxing atmosphere and offer cell phone and wireless reception as well as designated quiet areas. A selection of drinks and meals from the menus can also be served at your seat while you enjoy the view.
With 200 long-distance cycle routes spanning a wide range of regions, Germany also offers plenty of variety for cyclists. The many riverside routes are ideal for families while the more advanced will want to tackle cycling in the Alps. For more leisurely tours, take your bike through the vineyards and make sure to take advantage of Germany’s wide range of cyclist-friendly accommodation.
Travel between Bonn, Cologne, Koblenz and Mainz on a river cruise through Germany with the KD Rhine Pass. This is the best way to see this famous region, taking in the scenery on the Rhine and Moselle and also enjoying expertly guided shore excursions.
“Whether you choose leisurely exploration, a spa or wellness break or a sports activity, you’ll be amazed at what Germany’s natural landscapes have to offer,” said Stefanie Eberhard, Director of the German National Tourist Office in Sydney.
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