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Germany

Germany
Why not fly with Austrian Airlines to Germany? Germany is located in Western Europe and is bordered by Austria, Poland, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Belgium, France, The Netherlands, and Denmark. The capital of Germany is Berlin. If you enjoy a nice, cold, freshly brewed beer, you've found the right place, Germany is host to the world famous Oktoberfest. Oktoberfest is an annual festival held in Munich, where over five million people gather to drink beer and enjoy the world's largest fair. Germany was named the world's most valued nation among 50 other countries in 2008. This year, it was recognized as the most positive influence in the world. With all of this in mind, it seems to me there is no debate where your next vacation should be!

Western Europe

Whether you are on a business trip or a city tour – the extensive Austrian network means Europe’s key centres and most interesting cities are at your fingertips.

Worth knowing

Worth knowing

Germany
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: German
  • Capital: Berlin
  • Austrian flight destination: Berlin, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Cologne, Leipzig, Munich, Stuttgart, Usedom
Airport
  • Airport Frankfurt (FRA): The airport is located 12 km (8 miles) southwest of Frankfurt city center.
  • Address: Flughafen Frankfurt, 60547 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
  • Telephone: +49-180 53 72 46 36
  • Airport Frankfurt You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.

Timetable Germany

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15:35
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Where to eat in Germany

Where to eat in Germany
Orfeo's Erben
When Orfeo's Erben (heirs) was opened in January 1999, as a successor of one of the most renowned art house cinemas in Germany, nobody had an idea that Andreas Lucas and Harry Dehnhardt had hit on an excellent concept: They made the Orfeo's into a unique, public cinema restaurant, which is unrivalled in Germany. Both sides of the business are a great deal. In the smallest THX cinema in Germany you see movies, trailers and the latest production of aspiring German film-makers. The open bar and restaurant area has also got many fans. Who's surprised? The atmosphere is great, and the food, too. Trade Fair visitors, neighbours, regulars, and movie lovers are repeat customers here. You find delicious international dishes on the menu: Crunchy salads with a sophisticated dressing, pasta, fish and meat. If you are lucky you get one of the sought-after tables next to the screening room - then you can enjoy your food with a good movie.
EDMW
Tiger-Restaurant

Where to stay in Germany

Where to stay in Germany
Pension Backer
If you are looking for a cheap yet comfortable pension in Frankfurt, this is the place for you. Ideally located, only ten minutes from the Frankfurt Trade Fair and 15 minutes from the city centre, the Pension Backer offers the perfect base camp for outings and projects of all kinds. The rooms are clean and nicely furnished, the breakfast room welcomes you with the charm of the 50s. It's a place to feel at home, though you cannot expect too much comfort - the guests of the 25 rooms share the showers. The flip side is the reasonable price. In any event, the Pension Backer is a good alternative to a youth hostel and very popular among backpackers. No wonder, with prices like 25,- euros for singles and 40,- euros for doubles a night
Motel One
Fleming's Deluxe

What to see in Germany

What to see in Germany
Palmengarten
Roses, stone, heath and rhododendron garden, long walking paths lined by tropical plants and then a romantic waterfall. If you need some downtime from the stress in the city, if you want to take a deep breath, and be one with nature, the Palmengarten (palm garden) is right for you. With 22 hectares this is the biggest palm garden in Germany, and if you manage to go with the calm flow, you'll feel like in paradise. Aside from beautifully designed walking paths, a boat rental at the pond as well as shady green areas with reclining chairs, the different exhibition spaces such as the palm house, the petal or the subantarctic house invite you to discover botanical diversity. With an entry-fee of only 5 euros for adults, the green oasis is a reasonably-priced option for relaxing and revitalizing in the middle of the city.
Der Goetheturm
Der Eiserne Steg

Where to shop in Germany

Where to shop in Germany
Organicc
Never before has eco fashion, also beyond the eco scene, been as hip as it is today. There are more and more shops that fit this category. Organicc is a special one among them: Owner Gerd Palmer only sells clothes and accessories that were produced under fair working conditions. Moreover, they should be made of organic or recycled materials. The cotton for the clothes is grown in an environmentally friendly way, and the switch to different cultivation methods is supported financially. Child labour or the exploitation of workers are a taboo. For Palmer, eco is not a hip trend that you can turn into gold, but an attitude towards life. Designers such as Katherine E Hamnett, Bono's label EDUN or Ivana Basilotta are part of the collection, as are shoes by Terra Plana!. The selection of wearable and modern street ware is great, and on top of that you'll get the feeling of having shopped responsibly for free.
Kleidermarkt
MyZeil

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