Whether it's the world's largest Schützenfest fair, or 1,000 years of teeming markets, or the kind of public festivals that can only be found in Germany, tradition is alive in this country and is constantly being renewed. And that includes the many old customs rooted deep in the countryside. Customs that gladly include guests and visitors. So embrace Germany's festivals and traditions. You'll feel right at home.
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The people of Hamburg know how to party. Not once but three times a year they team up with visitors for northern Germany's biggest funfair – which lasts a whole 30 days. For almost a month in spring, summer and winter, peo ...
Markusfest is a traditional island holiday.
8.45 clock parade of vigilantes on Münsterplatz
9.00 clock festival service in Münster St. Maria and Markus
ca. 10.30 clock procession
ca. 11.30 clock parade o ...
The oldest and largest paddle steamer fleet in the world connects Dresden along the Elbe with the Saxon Switzerland and the Saxon Elbland. At the start of the season, all 9 historical paddle steamers and both salon ships of ...