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Germany

Germany

Capital: Berlin

Currency: Euro

Language: German

Time Zone: GMT +1

 

Overview

Germany

Wearing all it's riches and charms in the most attractive manner, Germany welcomes all those adventurous travelers. It has the glamour of elegant big-cities, picturesque postcard towns and festivals inspired by pagan, art and cultural heritage and enduring pleasures of huge tracts of forest. It does not lack in historical architectures such as the delightful castles. Being situated deep in the heart of Europe, the country has always had an impact on the continental history. The way Germany has molded Europe, no other country could do better than it. Moreover, it is often known as the Das Land der Dichter und Denker (the land of poets and thinkers). Both religious and secular intellectuals and famous people of Europe have shaped the culture of the country. German tradition cannot be classified into a specific category of the large framework of European high-culture. Germany is believed to be a cosmopolitan with the largest denomination of Christians, while some of the people follow Islam, Buddhism, Judaism and Hinduism.

The weather of the country is friendly which the North Atlantic Drift moderates. The country experiences temperate climate with humid westerly winds being predominant. The country borders the North Sea that further consists of the peninsula of Jutland and area around the Rhine River that are affected by the warm water that flows in through the North Atlantic Drift, which is believed to be the northern extension of the Gulf Stream.

Being an important transportation hub in Europe due to its central position, it has had an enormous growth of its modern transportation network. An extensive motorway (Autobahn) network, a polycentric network of high-speed trains and the InterCityExpress (ICE) predominantly serve the country. Also the ICE and few rail lines connect some of the major airports of Germany. Some of the most significant airports are Frankfurt (IATA: FRA), Munich (IATA: MUC) and Düsseldorf (IATA: DUS). For some international travelers Berlin (IATA: TXL), Cologne (IATA: CGN) and Hamburg (IATA: HAM) have some relevance. While Germany's main hub and Europe's one of the four major hubs to handle most of the intercontinental flight is Frankfurt. The most reputed and popular airline for Germany is Lufthansa.

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