Travel Insider Tips

With the help of our user base (also on Facebook and Flickr) we compiled a list of useful and interesting travel insider tips. Browse through them and learn more about where to go and what to do in Germany.

Ilona

Sylt

I heard a lot of great things about Sylt. My niece loves it there. If you ever visit, you have to eat at Gosch. That is tradition.

Shared by Ilona Yagyagan, Aug 2009

Sandra

Bayreuth

Man muss unbedingt mal nach Bayreuth und sich eine Oper im Wagnerhaus anschauen! Ganz Klasse!!!

Shared by Sandra Trader, Aug 2009

Daniela

Munich

Kunst und Kultur...das vermisse ich ganz arg! Haus der Kunst, Alte und Neue Pinakothek, staedtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Schloss Nymphenburg-Ausstellungen.

Shared by Daniela Kracker, Aug 2009

Amy

Langenargen

I lived in Langenargen and Friedrichshafen. I miss the Kase Spaetzle. I make it all the time, but it's not the same :) I was so much healthier living there ... riding my bike and walking.

Shared by Amy Ashworth, Aug 2009

Isabella

Lindau

I lived there for almost two years. Lindau, the island, is very beautiful. Wasserburg and Langenargen are worth a visit as well, as is Friedrichshafen with the Zeppelin-Museum.

Shared by Isabella Hensley, Aug 2009

Monika

Aachen

Aachen is a very beautiful town, been there many times. Get into one of their cozy cafes in the town-center. You will like them. My Tip: Alt Aachener Kaffee- & Weinstuben van den Daele, old town center, next to the Dome and City Hall.

Shared by Monika Petra, Aug 2009

Christine

Vilseck

Wir waren in Vilseck stationiert...eine wunderschoene Gegend...uns hat es sehr gefallen.

Shared by Christine Seefeldt, Jul 2009

Tammy Johnson

Bad Kreuznach

I love Bad Kreuznach! They have an awesome fest in August! We use to go every year when we lived in Germany. Miss it :(

Shared by Tammy Johnson Eastman, Jul 2009

Nicole

Waldgirmes

Heimatmuseum Waldgirmes: I've been to that exact spot...absolutely gorgeouss!!!!!!!!

Shared by Nicole Hamilton, Jul 2009

Scott A.

Koblenz

Burg Eltz: There's a small place to eat near the entrance. Bratwurst und Hefeweissen Bier. There are also tours of the Burg Eltz. The tour guide speaks many different languages. I went on the English speaking tour. You cannot take pictures inside. Pictures are only allowed in the courtyard. And yes, there is a big hill going down to Burg Eltz, and going up to the parking lot. Very nice place to visit.

Shared by Scott A. Strohman, Aug 2009

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