Information about Germany

Let me start by saying that Germany is a great place to visit. It was reported that more than 4 million Americans visited Germany in 2005. To be honest, it didn’t surprise me. There are so many wonderful things to do and see, who wouldn’t want to be?

Let’s begin with the obvious: German Beer, German Food and Castles.

Castles: Germany’s number one attraction Castles are a treasured possession that has been around for centuries. There is a Castle in almost every German town. This ensures that you have somewhere to go no matter where you travel. Many of these Castles also have great restaurants where you can find information about the historical value of the place. I’ve had excellent food at many of these restaurants.

German Beer: German beer is often regarded as the best in the world. Many German breweries don’t want to let go of their ‘tricks’ and instead say ‘it’s in the water. It doesn’t matter if this is true, Germany has a reputation of producing delicious preservative-free beer. According to German law, only a handful of ingredients can be added to beer.

German Food: You have probably all heard of or tried German food, such as the Spatzle (German sausage), Schnitzel, Wursts (German sausage) and Spatzle. You may have heard of Wursts (German sausage), Schnitzel and Spatzle. But what you might not have tried is some of the more common, but less traditional, dishes from Germany. If you’re planning a trip to Germany, I recommend that you go to any German restaurant to order the house special. Like the U.S., most restaurants have a house specialty that’s unique to each restaurant. It is usually very tasty.

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