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Other than Berlin, there are only a few other cities worldwide offer more exotic places for gays and lesbians. If you’d want have a perfect gay holiday, Berlin is the place to be!

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Feeling parched for some adventure and something a tat bit stronger than water and more fun than wine? Maybe it’s time you travel to Europe more specifically to Germany; home to cities that have been devoted to making and drinking beer for hundreds of years. Thirsty and European travel, the perfect combo for a beer adventure, time to hit all those places that have held a stronghold in beer brewing since the middle ages!

Home-brewed beer

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Christmas means shopping and nothing puts us in the holiday spirit like visiting a traditional market filled with all the sights and sounds of all that Christmas stands for.

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If you love beer, autumn is the season to be in Munich, which hosts world-famous Oktoberfest, an annual beer festival, during September-October. The city boasts more than 150 biergartens that remain open from April to October. The largest and the oldest beer gardens are within the city limits. Taste a Bavarian beer in one of the traditional beer gardens, as month of October is coming to a close. But what is a beer garden? A true beer garden dotted with chestnut trees serves handcrafted Bavarian beer in beer mugs and uses wooden tables instead of modern plastic tables and umbrellas.

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Berlin is abounding with purchasing potential, whether you’re equipped with money to burn or are one of the city’s many budgeted traveler. From the offbeat neighborhoods of Freidrichshain and Kreuzberg to the more mainstream found in Berlin’s central districts, indulgence is easy. There are, however, are a couple things unique to the city that shouldn’t be missed.

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The world’s largest fair of the year is right around the corner and the city of Munich, Germany and the city is preparing for its annual average of 6 million visitors that typical inundate the town for the duration of Oktoberfest, the country’s largest annual event. Even though you don’t want to sound like a local, it takes more than just learning the tips in your guidebook for ordering a few liters of beer and sounding somewhat like a local. Here are a few tips for attending Oktoberfest this year and enjoying yourself among the crowds.

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Europe’s largest dance festival of the year takes place for four days every spring when the Euro Dance Festival is held near Freiburg, Germany in the town of Rust at the Europa Park.

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A number of tourists today take health and wellness vacations where they book reservations at spa resorts domestically and internationally. They have numerous choices to select from. Some go for hot springs or mud baths while others prefer facials or therapeutic massage. One way are the other, there are numerous options. One of the latest health and wellness crazes is beer spa therapy which is extremely popular in Austria and Germany as well as the Czech Republic. Surprisingly, beer spa therapy dates back to the days of ancient Rome.

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All of us like gorgeous landscapes, manmade skylines and bird’s eye view, but we cannot fly like birds. We can be flown. We can use hot balloons, hang gliders and parachutes to enjoy the expansive views, but all four means are expensive. However, climbing stairs and/or using modern lifts that lead to various observation platforms commanding panoramic views of Berlin, Germany, and its neighbouring regions is very much affordable. Avid photographers and travelers can take advantage of the platforms in many tall buildings of the city, including Fernsehturm and Müggelturm.

Berlin Germany From Above

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Located in the state of Bavaria, the city of Munich, Germany is one of Western Europe’s most popular destinations for European and international travelers. Many individuals and families visit the city for the architecture, art, culture, and history. However for many others, it is the beer and the different festivals that hold most of the allure. Germany is well known worldwide for the caliber of beers that come from the country.

Munich Germany Night

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Berlin, Germany‘s nightlife is as diverse as the city itself and due to the influx of international residents and visitors in the past few years, the city now features a nightlife scene that can certainly rival any other European metropolis. It’s much more than a watering hole with beer bars, as some may expect. From classic hotel bars to the local pub around the corner, Berlin provides tourists and locals alike with a fascinating variety of bars, clubs, and lounges that ensure a good time.

Berlin Germany Night

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Visiting Germany and the city of Berlin avails the international traveler with a number of different tourist venues that are all worth taking in. The Black Forest, famous World War II landmarks, winter skiing venues, and more are there to please those with different tastes. In many instances, it is the German cuisine that holds the major allure for international visitors despite the architecture, culture, and history of the country. We have compiled a listing of the top gourmet restaurants in Berlin for your consideration.

Berlin Germany Food

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As the capital city of Germany, Berlin is a city of culture, art, and modern architecture, but also of internationally beloved nightlife and diversity. There are nocturnal activities to boot and everyone has something they love. A little known fact is that Berlin also provides entertainment for those who seek laughter: English-language Comedy Clubs! The scene is on the rise and well-established comedy shows as well as amateur “open mic” nights are flourishing all over the city’s international quarters.

Berlin Nightlife

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Berlin‘s nightlife is synonymous with great bars, clubs and electronic music. Tourists and travellers alike flock to Germany in droves every year to participate in this city’s distinct brand of hedonism. But you should be warned, its not for the faint hearted. Most bars and clubs don’t open till very late and close whenever the crowd dissipates and don’t even dream of entering a club before 2 am.

Berlin Night

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Art is huge in Berlin, Germany. Not only is every other person you see on the street very likely to be an aspiring artist, but galleries and art museums abound, making it easy to fill days, if not weeks with art experiences. The fact that ”everyone” does art is a combination of the low living costs, which have caused a pilgrimage of artists within basically every field to Berlin, but also it is due to an unusually allowing and creative atmosphere. As a result, the quality of the work exhibited can be more or less questionable, but there are a number of reliable art institutions that usually won’t disappoint.

Berlin Museum

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