​Attr​actions in Germany

From the historic and cosmopolitan city of Berlin and hiking in the Black Forest to enjoying the atmosphere at Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany has much to offer the discerning traveller.

A great way to discover all that Germany has to offer is by car and it's easier than you think. Take our car ferry to Dunkirk, Calais or Amsterdam and travel through the beautiful countryside at your own pace. The German autobahn covers over 8,000 miles and stretches across most of the country, making it one of the most convenient ways of seeing this historic country. 

Germany is packed with ancient cathedrals, spectacular palaces and charming medieval towns as well as a host of top museums and art galleries. It also boasts spectacular countryside from tranquil lakes and imposing mountains to sprawling forests. 


The Brandenburg Gate

The Brandenburg Gate was built in the 18th-century and is one of the best-known landmarks in Berlin.  At 26-meters high it is an impressive sight, especially with the four-horse chariot perched on top. Once a symbol of division during the Cold War, it is now a national symbol of peace and unity.​

Image - ​Steve Collis (https://www.flickr.com/photos/swampa/)



The Berlin Wall

What's left of the Berlin wall is a must see for anyone travelling to Berlin. What once divided East and West Berlin is now reduced to a few sections that remain as a symbol of the Cold War. The infamous Checkpoint Charlie still remains and for a brief history lesson make time for a visit to the Berlin Wall Exhibition. ​

Image - Francisco Antunes (https://www.flickr.com/photos/vilavelosa/)​​


Cologne Cathedral

One of the largest cathedrals in Europe, Cologne Cathedral or Kölner Dom, is a masterpiece of gothic architecture and sits impressively on the banks of the Rhine. The cathedral covers almost 8,000 square metres, can hold more than 20,000 people and is said to contain the remains of the Three Wise Men. In 1996 UNESCO declared Cologne Cathedral a World Heritage Site.​


Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Castle in southern Bavaria looks like something out of a fairy tale and is without doubt one of the most frequently photographed sights in Germany. The castle was commissioned by King Ludwig II as a dedication to the composer Richard Wagner. It is most famously said to be the inspiration for Sleeping Beauty's Castle in Disneyland.​


Kaiserburg Castle

Kaiserburg Castle in Nuremberg is one of the most important medieval imperial palaces in Europe. The imposing castle sits on top of a rocky outcrop overlooking the city and was one of the most important fortified imperial palaces of the Holy Roman Empire. The observation platform of the Sinwell Tower offers a panoramic view of the entire city of Nuremberg. ​

Image - Ralf Schulze (https://www.flickr.com/photos/rs-foto/)


Nymphenburg Palace

Nymphenburg Palace or 'Castle of the Nymph' lies just west of Munich and is one of the most beautiful and breath-taking palaces in Europe. Elector Ferdinand Maria commissioned the build in 1664 following the birth of his son and heir. The palace is also one of the largest royal palaces in Europe and is not to be missed if you're planning a trip to Munich.​

Image - Ștefan Jurcă (https://www.flickr.com/photos/stefanjurca/)


We are Europe’s Leading Ferry Operator 2012-2019 & the World’s Leading Ferry Operator 2011-2018!​​