Germany Vacation Rentals
When staying at a vacation rental in Germany, your first sightseeing stop should be in Berlin, the capital. Since the reunification of the country, the Brandenburger Tor city gate has become symbolic of a renewed Germany. Germany’s government center, the Reichstag, is also worth a visit. In addition to remnants of the Berlin Wall, Berlin attractions include art and ancient history museums. A modern city and finance hub, Frankfurt still has an old town section with some interesting attractions, including the Kaiserdom cathedral and several great museums. Bavaria is known for its breathtaking scenery, which can be enjoyed while skiing or boating on one of Bavaria’s beautiful lakes. Munich is a great setting for enjoying beer gardens or art museums. At a vacation rental in the Baden Wurttemberg region you will find yourself in the midst of vineyards with scenic villages, castles and mountain meadows. Stuttgart, the capital, features excellent museums and the spa town of Baden-Baden is not far away. View the vineyards and stern castles on a cruise down the Rhine River in the Rhineland Palatinate region. Lower Saxony features coastal resort towns with sandy beaches as well as spa towns and megalithic structures. Hamburg, the second largest city in Germany, has many historic and cultural attractions that make it an ideal city to rent a vacation apartment or house. In Mecklenburg and Western Pomerania there are many quaint villages with historic architecture. Use the links on this page to find vacation rentals in Germany that are right for you.