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Michelin Green Guide Germany

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This eBook version of the updated Green Guide Germany, organized by district for easy travel, presents the best of the country. Discover Germany’s dynamic cities, awe-inspiring scenery and spirit-lifting culture. Take a walking tour of Lübeck’s old town, enjoy a biking tour of Berlin, or head for Moselle Valley’s picturesque villages. Stop in a Dresden café or indulge in a stein at Munich’s Oktoberfest. Michelin's celebrated star-rating system, color photos, respected maps and trusted advice take you to the heart of Germany for an unforgettable journey.
Inside this eBook you’ll find:
• Full-color photos, and plenty of detail travelers look for.
• Attractions reviewed and rated, using Michelin’s celebrated star-rating system, from the one-star town of Wismar showing its old Swedish heritage, to the three-star Rhine Valley crowned with medieval castles and steeply terraced vineyards.
• "Inspiration" section for exciting travel ideas.
• Practical Information section, now split between "Before You Go" and "On Arrival" for quicker reference.
• Walk-throughs of major museums, galleries, churches and attractions; includes illustrations and floor plans.
• Multiple Michelin driving tours across Germany to choose from, such as Baden-Württemberg and the Lake Constance area, or the streets of historic Dresden. Michelin walking and driving tours offer a more in-depth, personal experience of the country.
• Comprehensive illustrated sections on modern Germany, its history, architecture and culture—all written by experts in their fields.
• Sidebars throughout the guide on intriguing topics, such as medieval "water castles" in the Munster region, and East Frisian tea-drinking customs.
• Detailed visitor information for every attraction, including opening hours, tour times, entry fees, phone, and website. Michelin area and city maps.
• Michelin area and city maps.
• Recommendations for great places to eat and stay for every budget.

Download onto any kind of eReader (tablet or smartphone), and you’re set to go. Use the guide to orient yourself at any time with a treasure trove of 80+ detailed maps, even if you’re offline with no Wi-Fi or 3G connection. With the interactive navigation, it’s easy to move within the guide. Click from the index to a point of interest or from a sight description to its location on the map. With one touch, you can even phone an establishment directly from the page or click through to a website for more information.

No matter what eReader you use, the Green Guide Germany eBook will help you discover Germany’s treasures and provide the framework for a fascinating trip.

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German History

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Features

Germany Today

A Way of Life

 German History

Key Events

 German Art and Culture

Architecture

Art

Literature

Music

Cinema

 Nature

Geology

Northern Germany

Central Germany

Southern Germany

Natural Spaces and Protection

Germany Today

A quarter-century after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Germany today is the economic powerhouse of Europe and de facto leader of the European Union. Berlin itself has become a leading avant-garde centre, with art and architecture thriving. Deutschland’s citizens are proud of their country’s preeminence, welcoming visitors from around the world who come to explore their deep history and modern achievements.

 21C Germany

 Food and Drink

 Economy

 Government and Administration

 A Federal State

Solar plant in Eberswalde-Finow, Brandenburg

© Patrick Pleul/Picture Alliance/Photoshot

 

German Art and Culture

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Features

Germany Today

A Way of Life

 German History

Key Events

 German Art and Culture

Architecture

Art

Literature

Music

Cinema

 Nature

Geology

Northern Germany

Central Germany

Southern Germany

Natural Spaces and Protection

Germany Today

A quarter-century after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Germany today is the economic powerhouse of Europe and de facto leader of the European Union. Berlin itself has become a leading avant-garde centre, with art and architecture thriving. Deutschland’s citizens are proud of their country’s preeminence, welcoming visitors from around the world who come to explore their deep history and modern achievements.

 21C Germany

 Food and Drink

 Economy

 Government and Administration

 A Federal State

Solar plant in Eberswalde-Finow, Brandenburg

© Patrick Pleul/Picture Alliance/Photoshot

 

Nature

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Features

Germany Today

A Way of Life

 German History

Key Events

 German Art and Culture

Architecture

Art

Literature

Music

Cinema

 Nature

Geology

Northern Germany

Central Germany

Southern Germany

Natural Spaces and Protection

Germany Today

A quarter-century after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Germany today is the economic powerhouse of Europe and de facto leader of the European Union. Berlin itself has become a leading avant-garde centre, with art and architecture thriving. Deutschland’s citizens are proud of their country’s preeminence, welcoming visitors from around the world who come to explore their deep history and modern achievements.

 21C Germany

 Food and Drink

 Economy

 Government and Administration

 A Federal State

Solar plant in Eberswalde-Finow, Brandenburg

© Patrick Pleul/Picture Alliance/Photoshot

 

Berlin and Brandenburg

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Berlin and Brandenburg

 Berlin

 Potsdam

 Schloss Branitz

Brandenburger Tor, Berlin

© visitBerlin / Wolfgang Scholvien

Berlin and Brandenburg

Dynamic, intriguing, individualistic, forward-looking – Berlin is Germany’s most visited city and the third-most popular in Europe after London and Paris. And for good reason: the wealth and quality of its cultural life is peerless, with world-class museums, opera, theatre, music and a spirited art and gallery scene. Architectural gems also abound, some of them centuries old, others created only during the post-reunification construction maelstrom. By contrast, Brandenburg, the state surrounding it, is imbued with a soothing tranquillity and great natural splendour. This is a region shaped by water – rivers, lakes and canals – wending through a flat, windswept landscape, much of which is protected as a nature preserve. Culturally, Brandenburg’s jewel is Potsdam, which packs more palaces and parks into its compact frame than many a small nation.

 

The Baltic Coast and Inland

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The Baltic Coast and Inland

 Lübeck

 Kiel

 Schleswig

 Wismar

 Rostock

 Stralsund

 Rügen Island

 Greifswald

 Usedom Island

 Neubrandenburg

 Schwerin

 Mecklenburg Lake District

Schloss Schwerin, Schlossgarten

© Gabriele Bröcker/Staatliches Museum Schwerin

The Baltic Coast and Inland

Germany’s Baltic coast stretches for 2 247km/1 396mi between Denmark and Poland across the Länder (states) of Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Thinly populated, the region is rarely overrun with tourists, although its seaside resorts have been a favourite with German holidaymakers since the 19C. Families especially value the shallow and calm waters, wide sandy beaches and relaxing ambience. Hanseatic towns like Lübeck, Stralsund and Wismar are not only picturesque reminders of the region’s former power but are also UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Fans of the offbeat can delve into Viking history in Schleswig, climb aboard a World War II submarine near Kiel or ride a historic train in Bad Doberan.

 

The Northwest

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The Northwest

 Hamburg

 Lüneburg

 Husum

 North Frisian Islands

 Helgoland

 Bremen

 Oldenburg

 East Frisian Islands

 Hannover

 Celle

 Wolfenbüttel

 Goslar

 Hildesheim

 Einbeck

 Hann. Münden

 Hameln

 Lemgo

 Münster

Hafengeburtstag festival, Hamburg

© www.mediaserver.hamburg.de / C. Spahrbier

The Northwest

This vast region forms a triangle between the windswept beaches of the North Sea, the dense forests of the Harz Mountains and the cycle-friendly expanses of the Münsterland with its moated castles. Aside from natural splendours, historical towns abound. Germany’s second-largest city, Hamburg, lures visitors with its cosmopolitan flair, maritime spirit and some of the country’s best nightlife. The red-brick architecture that dominates the north gives way to half-timbered gems in such pretty towns as Celle, Hameln and Goslar. Goslar is also a gateway to the Harz Mountains, a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. Hiking, cycling and even skiing are all popular activities. If water is your element, head to the Frisian Islands for great surfing, swimming and sailing.

 

Cologne

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The West

 Cologne

 Aachen

 Ruhr Region

 Düsseldorf

 Sauerland

 Bonn

 Eifel

 Trier

 Moselle Valley

 Koblenz

 Rhine Valley

 Frankfurt am Main

 Wiesbaden

 Mainz

 Mannheim

 Heidelberg

 Pfalz

 Speyer

 Saar­brücken

The West

Germany’s western regions deliver a cornucopia of diverse and awe-inspiring sightseeing opportunities. Soak up cosmopolitan flair and stunning art and architecture in cities such as Düsseldorf, Cologne and Frankfurt or escape to historic villages in the hilly Sauerland or the gentle Eifel. Follow the mighty Rhine or the meandering Moselle rivers past a fairytale setting of medieval castles, steep vineyards and little towns that are veritable symphonies in half-timber. Walk in the footsteps of the Romans in Trier, check out Charlemagne’s legacy in Aachen and see for yourself the beauty of Heidelberg, which has inspired so many great poets and artists.

 

Aachen

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The West

 Cologne

 Aachen

 Ruhr Region

 Düsseldorf

 Sauerland

 Bonn

 Eifel

 Trier

 Moselle Valley

 Koblenz

 Rhine Valley

 Frankfurt am Main

 Wiesbaden

 Mainz

 Mannheim

 Heidelberg

 Pfalz

 Speyer

 Saar­brücken

The West

Germany’s western regions deliver a cornucopia of diverse and awe-inspiring sightseeing opportunities. Soak up cosmopolitan flair and stunning art and architecture in cities such as Düsseldorf, Cologne and Frankfurt or escape to historic villages in the hilly Sauerland or the gentle Eifel. Follow the mighty Rhine or the meandering Moselle rivers past a fairytale setting of medieval castles, steep vineyards and little towns that are veritable symphonies in half-timber. Walk in the footsteps of the Romans in Trier, check out Charlemagne’s legacy in Aachen and see for yourself the beauty of Heidelberg, which has inspired so many great poets and artists.

 

Ruhr Region

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The West

 Cologne

 Aachen

 Ruhr Region

 Düsseldorf

 Sauerland

 Bonn

 Eifel

 Trier

 Moselle Valley

 Koblenz

 Rhine Valley

 Frankfurt am Main

 Wiesbaden

 Mainz

 Mannheim

 Heidelberg

 Pfalz

 Speyer

 Saar­brücken

The West

Germany’s western regions deliver a cornucopia of diverse and awe-inspiring sightseeing opportunities. Soak up cosmopolitan flair and stunning art and architecture in cities such as Düsseldorf, Cologne and Frankfurt or escape to historic villages in the hilly Sauerland or the gentle Eifel. Follow the mighty Rhine or the meandering Moselle rivers past a fairytale setting of medieval castles, steep vineyards and little towns that are veritable symphonies in half-timber. Walk in the footsteps of the Romans in Trier, check out Charlemagne’s legacy in Aachen and see for yourself the beauty of Heidelberg, which has inspired so many great poets and artists.

 

Düsseldorf

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The West

 Cologne

 Aachen

 Ruhr Region

 Düsseldorf

 Sauerland

 Bonn

 Eifel

 Trier

 Moselle Valley

 Koblenz

 Rhine Valley

 Frankfurt am Main

 Wiesbaden

 Mainz

 Mannheim

 Heidelberg

 Pfalz

 Speyer

 Saar­brücken

The West

Germany’s western regions deliver a cornucopia of diverse and awe-inspiring sightseeing opportunities. Soak up cosmopolitan flair and stunning art and architecture in cities such as Düsseldorf, Cologne and Frankfurt or escape to historic villages in the hilly Sauerland or the gentle Eifel. Follow the mighty Rhine or the meandering Moselle rivers past a fairytale setting of medieval castles, steep vineyards and little towns that are veritable symphonies in half-timber. Walk in the footsteps of the Romans in Trier, check out Charlemagne’s legacy in Aachen and see for yourself the beauty of Heidelberg, which has inspired so many great poets and artists.

 

Sauerland

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The West

 Cologne

 Aachen

 Ruhr Region

 Düsseldorf

 Sauerland

 Bonn

 Eifel

 Trier

 Moselle Valley

 Koblenz

 Rhine Valley

 Frankfurt am Main

 Wiesbaden

 Mainz

 Mannheim

 Heidelberg

 Pfalz

 Speyer

 Saar­brücken

The West

Germany’s western regions deliver a cornucopia of diverse and awe-inspiring sightseeing opportunities. Soak up cosmopolitan flair and stunning art and architecture in cities such as Düsseldorf, Cologne and Frankfurt or escape to historic villages in the hilly Sauerland or the gentle Eifel. Follow the mighty Rhine or the meandering Moselle rivers past a fairytale setting of medieval castles, steep vineyards and little towns that are veritable symphonies in half-timber. Walk in the footsteps of the Romans in Trier, check out Charlemagne’s legacy in Aachen and see for yourself the beauty of Heidelberg, which has inspired so many great poets and artists.

 

Bonn

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The West

 Cologne

 Aachen

 Ruhr Region

 Düsseldorf

 Sauerland

 Bonn

 Eifel

 Trier

 Moselle Valley

 Koblenz

 Rhine Valley

 Frankfurt am Main

 Wiesbaden

 Mainz

 Mannheim

 Heidelberg

 Pfalz

 Speyer

 Saar­brücken

The West

Germany’s western regions deliver a cornucopia of diverse and awe-inspiring sightseeing opportunities. Soak up cosmopolitan flair and stunning art and architecture in cities such as Düsseldorf, Cologne and Frankfurt or escape to historic villages in the hilly Sauerland or the gentle Eifel. Follow the mighty Rhine or the meandering Moselle rivers past a fairytale setting of medieval castles, steep vineyards and little towns that are veritable symphonies in half-timber. Walk in the footsteps of the Romans in Trier, check out Charlemagne’s legacy in Aachen and see for yourself the beauty of Heidelberg, which has inspired so many great poets and artists.

 

Eifel

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The West

 Cologne

 Aachen

 Ruhr Region

 Düsseldorf

 Sauerland

 Bonn

 Eifel

 Trier

 Moselle Valley

 Koblenz

 Rhine Valley

 Frankfurt am Main

 Wiesbaden

 Mainz

 Mannheim

 Heidelberg

 Pfalz

 Speyer

 Saar­brücken

The West

Germany’s western regions deliver a cornucopia of diverse and awe-inspiring sightseeing opportunities. Soak up cosmopolitan flair and stunning art and architecture in cities such as Düsseldorf, Cologne and Frankfurt or escape to historic villages in the hilly Sauerland or the gentle Eifel. Follow the mighty Rhine or the meandering Moselle rivers past a fairytale setting of medieval castles, steep vineyards and little towns that are veritable symphonies in half-timber. Walk in the footsteps of the Romans in Trier, check out Charlemagne’s legacy in Aachen and see for yourself the beauty of Heidelberg, which has inspired so many great poets and artists.

 

Trier

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The West

 Cologne

 Aachen

 Ruhr Region

 Düsseldorf

 Sauerland

 Bonn

 Eifel

 Trier

 Moselle Valley

 Koblenz

 Rhine Valley

 Frankfurt am Main

 Wiesbaden

 Mainz

 Mannheim

 Heidelberg

 Pfalz

 Speyer

 Saar­brücken

The West

Germany’s western regions deliver a cornucopia of diverse and awe-inspiring sightseeing opportunities. Soak up cosmopolitan flair and stunning art and architecture in cities such as Düsseldorf, Cologne and Frankfurt or escape to historic villages in the hilly Sauerland or the gentle Eifel. Follow the mighty Rhine or the meandering Moselle rivers past a fairytale setting of medieval castles, steep vineyards and little towns that are veritable symphonies in half-timber. Walk in the footsteps of the Romans in Trier, check out Charlemagne’s legacy in Aachen and see for yourself the beauty of Heidelberg, which has inspired so many great poets and artists.

 

Moselle Valley

ePub

The West

 Cologne

 Aachen

 Ruhr Region

 Düsseldorf

 Sauerland

 Bonn

 Eifel

 Trier

 Moselle Valley

 Koblenz

 Rhine Valley

 Frankfurt am Main

 Wiesbaden

 Mainz

 Mannheim

 Heidelberg

 Pfalz

 Speyer

 Saar­brücken

The West

Germany’s western regions deliver a cornucopia of diverse and awe-inspiring sightseeing opportunities. Soak up cosmopolitan flair and stunning art and architecture in cities such as Düsseldorf, Cologne and Frankfurt or escape to historic villages in the hilly Sauerland or the gentle Eifel. Follow the mighty Rhine or the meandering Moselle rivers past a fairytale setting of medieval castles, steep vineyards and little towns that are veritable symphonies in half-timber. Walk in the footsteps of the Romans in Trier, check out Charlemagne’s legacy in Aachen and see for yourself the beauty of Heidelberg, which has inspired so many great poets and artists.

 

Koblenz

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The West

 Cologne

 Aachen

 Ruhr Region

 Düsseldorf

 Sauerland

 Bonn

 Eifel

 Trier

 Moselle Valley

 Koblenz

 Rhine Valley

 Frankfurt am Main

 Wiesbaden

 Mainz

 Mannheim

 Heidelberg

 Pfalz

 Speyer

 Saar­brücken

The West

Germany’s western regions deliver a cornucopia of diverse and awe-inspiring sightseeing opportunities. Soak up cosmopolitan flair and stunning art and architecture in cities such as Düsseldorf, Cologne and Frankfurt or escape to historic villages in the hilly Sauerland or the gentle Eifel. Follow the mighty Rhine or the meandering Moselle rivers past a fairytale setting of medieval castles, steep vineyards and little towns that are veritable symphonies in half-timber. Walk in the footsteps of the Romans in Trier, check out Charlemagne’s legacy in Aachen and see for yourself the beauty of Heidelberg, which has inspired so many great poets and artists.

 

Rhine Valley

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The West

 Cologne

 Aachen

 Ruhr Region

 Düsseldorf

 Sauerland

 Bonn

 Eifel

 Trier

 Moselle Valley

 Koblenz

 Rhine Valley

 Frankfurt am Main

 Wiesbaden

 Mainz

 Mannheim

 Heidelberg

 Pfalz

 Speyer

 Saar­brücken

The West

Germany’s western regions deliver a cornucopia of diverse and awe-inspiring sightseeing opportunities. Soak up cosmopolitan flair and stunning art and architecture in cities such as Düsseldorf, Cologne and Frankfurt or escape to historic villages in the hilly Sauerland or the gentle Eifel. Follow the mighty Rhine or the meandering Moselle rivers past a fairytale setting of medieval castles, steep vineyards and little towns that are veritable symphonies in half-timber. Walk in the footsteps of the Romans in Trier, check out Charlemagne’s legacy in Aachen and see for yourself the beauty of Heidelberg, which has inspired so many great poets and artists.

 

Frankfurt am Main

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Frankfurt am Mainaa

Germany’s financial and commercial capital, Frankfurt is characterised by a forest of skyscrapers in its centre, filled with international companies, government organisations and banks. Some of the world’s biggest trade shows, including the famous Frankfurt Book Fair, take place in high-tech halls near the airport, the largest and busiest on the continent. But Frankfurt isn’t all business. Join the locals in the traditional cider taverns, visit Goethe’s birth house or take in the stellar exhibits in the string of museums hugging the south bank of the Main River.

=     Population: 643 000

i      Info: Lobby of Hauptbahnhof (main train station). t(069) 21 23 88 00. www.frankfurt.de.

Ñ   Location: Two major autobahns join near Frankfurt: The A3 (Köln–Nuremburg) and the A5 (Karlsruhe). The city is 2hrs from Köln and 2hrs 30min from Nuremburg.

õ   Parking: Garages are located throughout the city. Visit www.frankfurt.de for specific locations and fees.

 

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