Germany For Dummies (Dummies Travel) by Donald Olson

By Donald Olson

This can be a selective guidebook to Germany. If you’re new to this a part of the area, this guidebook is for you. Germany has quite a bit that's well worth on account that you don’t have to waste some time with the second-rate, the puffed up, or the dull. during this advisor, I skip locations which are tough to arrive or of curiosity basically to a student or specialist.
Use Germany For Dummies as a reference consultant. you could, in fact, commence on the first web page and browse all through to the top. yet, if you’ve already been to Germany and be aware of the fundamentals of foreign commute, you could turn to the categorical half you wish or hone in on one particular bankruptcy.

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Enjoying the Best in Classical Music, Opera, and Ballet Lovers of classical music, opera, and ballet will find that Germany is a gold mine. Tickets for musical events, including grand opera, are reasonably priced, and the quality of musical performance is extraordinarily high. qxp 14 4/18/07 6:25 PM Page 14 Part I: Introducing Germany ߜ Berlin (Chapter 12) is home to three major symphony orchestras, including the famed Berlin Philharmonic, conducted by Sir Simon Rattle, and three opera houses that share their stages with resident ballet companies.

It suffered little damage during the war and was the home of Germany’s greatest writer, the poet and dramatist Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749–1832), and to the playwright Friedrich Schiller (1759–1805). The homes of these two literary giants are Weimar’s most popular tourist attractions. The small Bauhaus Museum exhibits paintings, textiles, pottery, furniture, and drawings from the Bauhaus school, which began here in 1919. qxp 28 4/18/07 6:27 PM Page 28 Part I: Introducing Germany died, can be an intense and profoundly moving experience.

Lindau, an island-city connected to the mainland by a causeway, is the best spot to stay. In the Black Forest, the lively and lovely city of Freiburg is a delight. From there you can explore the surrounding forest or hunt for a cuckoo clock, one of the traditional industries of the Black Forest region. Farther north is the city of Baden-Baden, with its famous mineral baths and glamorous casino. Details about the Bodensee and the Black Forest are in Chapter 17. qxp 4/18/07 6:27 PM Page 29 Chapter 3: Deciding Where and When to Go 29 Wending through western Germany Western Germany is a densely populated area with an ancient history and cities with vibrant personalities all their own.

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