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Germany is a country located in western-central Europe as well as a major economic and political power. Often regarded as the face of the European Union, Germany is a global force. The country has a long and proud history and culture, from the barbarian tribes of the Rhine, to the establishment of the Holy Roman Empire, Germany is a country which has undergone many political and social changes which have helped shape Europe. The Germany of today is still home to many towns and cities full of Gothic architecture and iconic landmarks, yet is also a thriving modern country which attracts many. Finding your ideal hotel in Germany can be a daunting task, especially when there are thousands of hotels to choose from. Hotels.com makes it easy to find the hotel suited to your expectations with the aid of user submitted reviews, hotel photo galleries, and a Google maps applet for a look at the local area.

What's Germany Like?

Germany is a country packed with history and culture, and almost every town and city will offer plenty of modern attractions, also. Possibly the most iconic landmark in Germany is the Brandenburger Tor (Brandenburg Gate) in Berlin, an 18th century triumphal arch, and is built upon the site of what was the Brandenburg city gate. For a historic look at Germany, there are plenty of castles, such as the hilltop Hohenzollern Castle in Baden-Württemberg, the fortified palace of Schloss Nordkirchen near Münster, and the Middle Ages Wartburg Castle in Eisenach. Germany also hosts several famous festivals, such as the renowned Oktoberfest in Munich, Carnival of Cultures in Berlin, as well as St. Nikolaus Day (a Christmas, of sorts) nationwide.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Germany

Summer will span from June to August in Germany, however, the temperature will vary slightly depending on where you travel. For instance, cities in the north will experience temperatures of approximately 20°C, whereas cities in the south will experience temperatures such as 24°C. The few degrees may not seem like much, but can make all the difference during an unexpected heat wave. Many Germans will speak English to a degree, with younger generations being more fluent, however it would be advisable to carry of pocket phrase book for an easier time communicating with the locals. Germany has a modern and efficient rail and road network, making it easy to travel between towns and cities, or across borders. Wherever you stay in Germany, be sure to check the Hotels.com website so that you can enjoy a virtual tour of the area around your hotel before you travel.

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