Germany really is a fairytale land and Black Forest is part of it. Legend insists that the Grimm Brothers drew inspiration for the tale of “Hansel and Gretel” from the impenetrable Black Forest. The dark, slightly sinister canopy of evergreens seem like the perfect setting for two children to get hopelessly lost and encounter the wicked witch. Ηowever, the Black Forest embraces Germany’s most picturesque regions.
Heidelberg, a dynamic city within a stunning setting is a beloved destination in Germany. The Heidelberg castle with its magnificent gardens, historic buildings and elaborate fountains in the old town whisper the city’s fascinating tales.
Whether you are a family or a lover of culture Karlsruhe has something to suit every occasion. The baroque castle in the heart of the city, the Botanical Gardens and public parks along with over 50 museums, theatres and galleries create a unique atmosphere.
Bordered by three countries, Lake Constance occupies a wonderful corner of Central Europe and is an ideal destination for a relaxing short break or longer family holiday.
Munich, the capital of Bavaria, has a beautiful historic city centre which is perfect for exploring on foot. With its fairy-tale castles, outstanding museums and seasonal festivals Munich is full of delights.