The North Sea coast and "Swabian Ocean". The mountains of the Harz and the Bavarian Alps. Rhine and Danube. Berlin and Heidelberg. Fish market and Oktoberfest. Germany has so much to offer. The north of the country is dominated by the Northern German Lowlands with their large areas of cultivable land. The ideal area for cyclists. If you are looking for something more varied will find the Mecklenburg Lake District a perfect destination. Or should it rather be the Spree Forest. There is an awesome lot to discover outside the cities of the north.

Central Germany is characterised by her low mountain ranges, be it the Harz, the Taunus, "Saxon Switzerland", the Ore Mountains, the Franconian or the Swabian Alb down to the Black Forest. As versatile as these areas are, as different are their people and specialities that are produced there. They were usually created as a result of the poverty of the people and served to generate some extra income in order to survive. In recent decades, many of them have developed into prime export products. Treacle is one example of that.

Germany´s South starts with the foreland of the Alps. An area whose features were formed during the Ice Ages, the mighty moraines having left behind a suave, hilly relic. The further south you get, the higher the mountains get. The Allgaeu is characterised by smooth ridges making and mountain massifs making way for each other. The small streams and rivers have carved themselve deep into the mountains, making their way into the high mountain landscape on the southern border of Germany.

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