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Welcome to Germany

Germany Holidays, Flights and City Breaks

Germany is one of those countries that you have to experience at one time or another. It's located in western-central Europe and with a population of 81.1 million inhabitants, it is a country that offers visitors a vast array of amazing sights and attractions in every German city and town that you decide to visit.  

Berlin, the German capital, is one city that you definitely have to experience and visit today. During your thorough exploration of Germany’s towns and cities, you are sure to come across Germany’s historical sights, its booming nightlife, bustling shopping streets and magnificent medieval houses.

 Touring Germany is an explorer’s paradise as you are bound to discover many interesting and magical things, which you won’t experience anywhere else.

During its intriguing history, Germany has been referred to as Das Land der Dichter und Denker (The Land of Poets and Thinkers) due to the major role German philosophers and writers have made in the development of Western thought and culture.

When German music is mentioned the names of  some of the world renowned classical composers spring to mind including Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Richard Strauss, Ludwig van Beethoven, Richard Wagner and Johannes Brahms.

If you are contemplating a trip to Frankfurt, then a visit to the Frankfurt Book Fair, which has been a major tradition for Frankfurters and the world over 500 years should definitely be on the cards.  It’s the most important Book Fair in the world where you will get a chance to see international deals being made and the trading here is immense to say the least.

During your German vacation, making yourself understood won’t be an issue at all. English is widely spoken throughout Germany and many German sights and attractions are offered in foreign languages.

Germany is a country that everyone should have the opportunity of visiting.

Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich are the three top cities to visit in Germany.


Berlin is Germany’s capital city and with a population of 3.5 million people, it is a must see for any visitor to Germany.

Berlin as a city break destination offers so much to the passionate traveller, with great deals on flights and holidays to Berlin from Ireland  that available year round. There are so many major attractions here. Take your time; you will get around on them all. First of all, you should visit the Fernsehtrum (Television Tower). The Fernsehtrum is located in Alexanderplatz in Mitte and it is one of the tallest structures in the European Union standing at 368 metres. It was built in the late 1960’s at a time when relations between East and West Berlin were at an all-time low. Today, the Fernsehtrum is one of Berlin’s most popular striking images.

Cycling is a religion in this city, so you may as well do the Berlin thing and hit the bike  when you are in Berlin.

The Brandenburg Gate is a must see when you are on your city break in Berlin.  The Brandenburg Gate was built as a triumphal arch. The Brandenburg Gate has had an eventful life.  The iconic Brandenburg Gate was the scene of much celebration when the wall came down in 1989.

The Reichstag Building  is a super place to visit. It can be visited by the public, and it has spectacular views of the parliamentary and Government District of Berlin. But, be advised to arrive early at the Reichstag Building, as queues usually form early. Once you are in, have a ball, and make sure to try out the wonderful restaurant.

If you are interested in a trip a little further afield, why not visit Berlin’s Olympiastadion. Berlin’s Olympiastaion is a must see Berlin landmark for the entire family, even if you are in to sport or you are not. The Olympiastadion was originally built for the 1936 Summer Olympics in the southern part of the Reichssportfeld (today Olympia Park Berlin.) We can get you there to the German capital with cheap city and weekend breaks to Berlin from Dublin at very affordable rates.

Come and enjoy this fascinating German city and be swept away by all that Berlin has to offer


Frankfurt is the financial and transport centre of Germany and the largest financial centre in Continental Europe. For the chance to see Frankfurt’s financial centre, checkout our super deals on city breaks to Frankfurt from Ireland at very reasonable prices.

Explore Frankfurt’s hidden wonders and seethe history of Frankfurt come alive during your visit.

Visit some extraordinary and magnificent Frankfurt landmarks. Römer is a must see for any keen traveller to Frankfurt. Römer is a complex of nine houses, with the Frankfurt City Hall (Rathaus). The middle house became the city hall and was later connected with the neighbouring buildings. It is located on the upper floor and it is the Kaisersaal (Emperor’s Hall), where the newly crowned Emperor’s held their banquets. It was partially destroyed during the Second World War and it was later rebuilt. The surrounding square of Romberg is named after the City Hall.

Eiserner Steg (Iron Bridge) is a pedestrian-only bridge over the River Main, which connects Römerberg and Sachsenhausen. It was built in 1868, only the second bridge to cross the River in Frankfurt. After WWII, when it was blown up by the Wehrmacht, it was quickly rebuilt in 1946. Today, around 10,000 people cross the bridge on a daily basis.

You definitely should enjoy a tour with the Apple Wine Express, a historical tram, which locals refer to as the ‘’Ebbelwei-Express.’’

You will find a large number of skyscrapers (twelve out of a total of thirteen are located in Frankfurt) in Germany’s fifth largest city.  

For those of you who wish to shop on your Frankfurt holiday, a trip to the Zeil is a must. The Zeil is Frankfurt’s central shopping street and it’s one of the most crowded in Germany.

Frankfurt is a fantastic city break destination


Munich is the capital and the third largest city in Germany. Munich is an amazing city to experience German culture. Marienplatz is a central square that is famous amongst tourists to this German city. Marienplatz has been Munich’s main square since 1158. It’s located in the heart of Munich. During the Middle Ages, Marienplatz used to be a market place as well as a place where tournaments and festivities took place.

Viktualienmarkt, Munich’s most popular market is definitely worth a visit during your city break to Munich, where we can offer cheap flights and holidays from Ireland all-year round.

Visitors to the city of Munich are totally amazed by the Carillon (Glockenspiel). At specific times of the day (11.00, 12.00 and 17.00), visitors to this magical city can watch the famous Glockenspiel when the figures perform the Schafferltanz or the cooper’s dance, which was originally performed in 1517 at Marienplatz to commemorate the end of the Plague.

I am sure you will want to return to this bustling picturesque German city after experiencing it for the first time.

For cheap flights, holidays and city breaks to Germany at the best available rates and last minute deals, call us today.


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