• Cannstatter Wasen Festival, Stuttgart
    Cannstatter Wasen Festival, Stuttgart ©Thomas Niedermüller
  • Japan Day, Düsseldorf
    Japan Day, Düsseldorf © Düsseldorf Marketing & Tourismus GmbH
  • Cologne Carnival
    Cologne Carnival © Foto Oliver Franke/Tourismus NRW e.V.
  • Oktoberfest, Munich
    Oktoberfest, Munich ©Frank Bauer
  • Highlights of the Rhineland Carnival, Düsseldorf
    Highlights of the Rhineland Carnival, Düsseldorf © Düsseldorf Marketing & Tourismus GmbH
  • Onion Fair, Weimar
    Onion Fair, Weimar ©Weimar GmbH
  • Tree Blossom Festival, Werder
    Tree Blossom Festival, Werder ©www.werder-havel.de
  • Luther's Wedding – The Wittenberg Festival
    Luther's Wedding – The Wittenberg Festival ©WittenbergKultur e.V.
  • Port Anniversary, Hamburg
    Port Anniversary, Hamburg ©www.mediaserver.hamburg.de (Christian Spahrbier)
  • Schützenfest fair in Hannover
    Schützenfest fair in Hannover ©Hannover Marketing und Tourismus Gesellschaft (HMTG)
  • Potsdam Erlebnisnacht festival
    Potsdam Erlebnisnacht festival ©Potsdam mittendrin e.V. (Olaf Dettmann)
  • Freimarkt, Bremen
    Freimarkt, Bremen ©BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
  • New Year's Eve in Berlin
    New Year's Eve in Berlin ©Scholvien
  • Carnival of Cultures 2012, Berlin
    Carnival of Cultures 2012, Berlin ©Daniela Incoronato
  • Hanse Sail regatta, Rostock
    Hanse Sail regatta, Rostock ©Archiv Hanse Sail Rostock
  • Stuttgart Wine Festival, Stuttgart / Hamburg
    Stuttgart Wine Festival, Stuttgart / Hamburg ©Stuttgart-Marketing GmbH
  • DOM funfair, Hamburg
    DOM funfair, Hamburg ©Frank Scymanska
  • Festival of Lights, Leipzig
    Festival of Lights, Leipzig ©LTM/Punctum
  • Biggest Funfair on the Rhine, Düsseldorf
    Biggest Funfair on the Rhine, Düsseldorf ©Düsseldorf Marketing und Tourismus GmbH (U. Otte)
  • Wismar Sweden Festival
    Wismar Sweden Festival ©Presse Hansestadt Wismar

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从穿越莱茵河岸各州和城市、市场的狂欢节以及葡萄酒节,到全球最盛大的两个民间节日,德国的节日丰富多彩。 其中许多节日都有着悠久的历史,这是对传统最生动的描述,也是最佳证明。

The Rhine in Flames is a fireworks spectacular that takes place along the most scenic stretches of the Rhine every year between May and September. From Rüdesheim to Bonn , spectacular pyrotechnics and curtains of fire bathe the riverbanks and landmarks in a magical red glow, and a flotilla of illuminated riverboats glides beneath mesmerising patterns of light in the night sky – a romantic and unforgettable experience for the whole family.

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The Carnival of Cultures, which takes place in Berlin's Kreuzberg district, is a multicultural festival that has been celebrated around the Whitsun weekend every year since 1996. Berlin's vibrant carnival is an international, peaceful celebration of diversity, openness and tolerance, with parades, music, dance, theatre, exotic food and drink and all kinds of arts and crafts.

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Christopher Street Day (CSD) and ColognePride bring colourful parades, extravagant outfits and fever-pitch excitement to the streets – a huge, vibrant festival enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of people but with a very serious message. Every year, when gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgenders descend on Cologne with their high spirits and good humour, they are demonstrating for homosexuals' rights and for acceptance, tolerance and equality.

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Every September, Stuttgart hosts the Cannstatter Wasen, Baden-Württemberg's largest festival and one that is ranked as the second-biggest beer festival worldwide after Munich's Oktoberfest. Swabians have a reputation for frugality, but the Cannstatter Wasen shows them in a very different light – as happy, friendly, fun-loving folk with a sense of tradition.

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Bremen locals might have a reputation as reserved north Germans rather than party animals, but every year the Bremen Freimarkt dispels that myth. More than four million people enjoy all the funfair entertainment and music, with dancing in the streets, excitement in the air and merriment in the beer tents and inns around Bremen's beautiful old quarter.

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You know it's carnival time in Cologne when odd things start to happen. From the moment the mayor hands power to a trio consisting of a prince, a peasant and a maiden, this cathedral city in North Rhine-Westphalia is turned on its head. In the week before Ash Wednesday you'll have Kölle alaaf ringing in your ears and wonder if people have taken leave of their senses.

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" Düsseldorf Helau! " Once Düsseldorf's carnival is under way, there's no holding back the revellers, the rhyming orators and the festive hordes in this Rhineland city in North Rhine-Westphalia . Düsseldorf's jokers perpetrate their tricks every year from 11 November until Ash Wednesday the following year.

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