Travelling Germany? How Germans enjoy their land?

old man playing musical instrument

From my personal experience, I can say that most of the people go to new countries with a long list of things-to-do and places-to-visit. But don’t you think that the best way of enjoying a country would be the way how its natives do it. No matter how many books we read, or internet blogs we scroll through, its always the natives of a country who know the best things that their place has to offer. If you going to travel to Germany and preparing a list of things to do in Germany then, take my advice, don’t rush! do it the way like Germans enjoy their land.

The best thing about Germany is its well-planned cities, towns, and villages. The public transport in Germany is so good that you can literally reach anywhere in Germany with it. And yes! you can do cheap travel in Germany. Generally, in all the cities, there is a city center around which all the main things are located. In several cities, there are old towns with beautiful churches, cobbled-stone narrow alleys and ages old houses with beautiful European architecture. 

How Germans Enjoy Their Land

You may come to Germany with a long list of things to do and may be successful to even complete it as well but if you haven’t done the German way of enjoying their time then, your trip is going to be incomplete. On a typical weekend evening, you can visit a city center (even better old town). Just go there and order yourself a cup of coffee (or a mug of beer) in an open roof restaurant (or look for a Beer-Garden). Most likely you would find someone who will be playing a piano, guitar or any other musical instrument. With the soothing music playing in the background, enjoy your hot cup of coffee or chilled beer, while appreciating the beauty of old European architecture. 

young man playing guitar in city center

Basically, all I want to say is that; sit back and relax and that’s the proper way of how Germans enjoy their land. No matter if you are planning to travel to the whole of Germany or just one city, keep aside some time to just chill and do nothing. 


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