Modern yet traditional: Germany delights all
The roots of German history and culture date back to the Germanic tribes and after that to the Holy Roman Empire. Since the early middle ages Germany started to split into hundreds of small states. It was the Napoleonic wars that started the process of unification, which ended in 1871, when a large number of previously independent German kingdoms united under Prussian leadership to form the German Empire (Deutsches Kaiserreich)
Being a federal republic, Germany is very much a decentralised country, which embraces the cultural differences between the regions. Some travellers will perhaps only think of beer, Lederhosen and Oktoberfest when Germany comes to mind, but Germany’s famous alpine and beer culture is mostly centered around Bavaria and Munich
Stuba has over 2,500 Properties in Germany:
Munich:Bavaria’s capital and economic powerhouse combines high tech with fine arts, world class shopping, a vibrant nightlife and the Oktoberfest, and is the gateway to the Alps. With dozens of castles, palaces, churches and other sites, your clients will have a full itinerary !
Frankfurt — Seat of the European Central Bank (ECB), with a skyline reminiscent of Manhattan (“Mainhattan”) . Skyscrapers and modern buildings mixed in with the tradition that tourists love. Brest time to visit is in late sprint to early autumn. Attractions include Römerberg, Eiserner Steg Alte Oper, and things such as Palmengarten Staufenmauer: (remains of the old city wall), and even an ice skating rink at Am Bornheimer Hang 4 .
Berlin — The reunified and re-invigorated capital of Germany; known for its division during the Cold War by the Berlin. Head to Museum Island which houses extensive Greek, Middle Eastern and Islamic art. Churches, landmarks, and restraunts abound. check out, check-point Charlie – cant be missed !