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Germany

Germany
Located in central Europe, Germany is one of the many destinations which can be reached by Austrian Airlines. Fly with Austrian Airlines to Germany and discover the dazzling and cultural city of Berlin. With its modern and impressive architecture, it perfectly combines modern life with cultural history. Other cities worth visiting are Munich, Frankfurt, Dresden and of course, Hannover. If you are looking for a relaxing holiday, Germany has much to offer. Its picturesque landscapes, gardens, beaches and extensive hills will certainly help to make any vacation a memorable one. Germany is also a favourite destination for sport enthusiasts since it offers various sport facilities and festivals. They range from football and cycling to the ever popular Alpine skiing. If you are planning a unique holiday this year, Germany is certainly one to consider!

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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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18:10
FRA
11:40 +1
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Where to eat in Germany

Where to eat in Germany
EDMW
The name EDMW stands for EAT DRINK MAN WOMAN of the Ang Lee movie. The topic? Asian cuisine arts and human relationships. The name says it all. In the unadorned restaurant you'll receive liquid and solid delicacies of Asian cooking: Buddha rolls, spring rolls, shrimp skewers in peanut sauce. If you want to taste it all, choose the Tapas - a perfect cross-section of the edible Asia. DRINK is part of the programme, too. At the bar you get all sorts of colourful cocktails, including Martini Cocktails, Gin Fizz, Pina Colada, Swimmingpool and Vodka Sour. The open room concept invites you to have good conversations in large groups, and those who prefer two-some privacy can choose one of the calm, more intimate corners. The ambiance is classy but still inviting. Giant aquariums create a bluish light, the fish calmly swim their rounds and make the EDMW a perfect place to start into the night.
Tiger-Restaurant
Orfeo's Erben

Where to stay in Germany

Where to stay in Germany
Hotel am Berg
The Hotel am Berg is a secret tip, a Wilhelminian style villa, which has been owned by one family since 1950 and become one of the most popular mid-range hotels. Cultural travellers, in particular, like to come here, so you should reserve beforehand. Often the hotel is booked up. The family atmosphere and beautiful hillside location make it a real jewel. The rooms are individually designed and lovingly furnished, the small garden invites you, if the weather permits, to relax. If you want to spend your time in Frankfurt in a truly charming hotel, this is the one for you: Upon your first step over the threshold you'll find yourself cordially welcomed and thoroughly at home. Doubles start at 67,- euros at night.
Pension Backer
Motel One

Where to shop in Germany

Where to shop in Germany
Kleidermarkt
This hip second-hand shop is located at the popular shopping mile Zeil-Konstablerwache. If you don't find any bargains here, where will you? The secret recipe: A lot of time. If you have enough of it and are in the mood for rummaging, you'll surely find something. There are some new clothes and a great selection of second-hand fashion, including bell-bottoms and ruffled blouses from the 1960s or the most recent fashion. Look closely, there are many labels such as Nike, Adidas or Lacoste. A tip for those who are searching for even steeper bargains: Every Wednesday there are four Happy Hours. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. you'll get another 20% discount on everything - a great deal considering that it's already unbeatably cheap.
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MyZeil

What to see in Germany

What to see in Germany
Städel Museum
It was the biggest extension in the history of the Städel Museum in Frankfurt - both in terms of content and architecture. On February 25, 2012 the annex building for the collection of contemporary art  opened to its visitors in a huge celebration. 3,000 additional square metres for the picture museum. For 1,200 works that stem from donations from the Deutsche Bank and the DZ Bank art collection as well as own collecting activities. For this purpose the Frankfurt architects Schneider+Schumacher put a hall (which is up to 8 metres high) under the museum garden - with a curved ceiling that is only pillared by twelve struts, 195 round skylights that let the daylight from the garden enter the hall. In the evening light all this looks like a modern installation from the outside. Speaking of modern: the contemporary art in the museum ranges from Jean Fautrier to Yves Klein and Gerhard Richter. 
Der Eiserne Steg
Palmengarten

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