There's music in the air in Weimar! The Thuringia Bach Festival will be celebrating the 333rd anniversary of the birth of the great baroque composer with concerts held in particularly atmospheric places across the region.
Having two big anniversaries so close together is a real stroke of luck – and Rostock will be celebrating this history in style over the next two years.
Pressing, kneading, pulling, tipping – youngsters can explore the world of science with all their senses at Germany's science centres.
From 2 to 4 February 2018, the Upper Black Forest will host the FIS Snowboard Cross World Cup. The event will see the A-list of global snowboard cross talent competing on and around Mount Feldberg.
Every year, one of Germany's oldest festivals keeps alive local tradition and heritage in the most magical way.
This January, the Fichtel Mountains have a treat in store for everyone who loves walking, nature and snow.
Germany is proud of its traditions and its hospitality, and there will be a whole host of events over the course of the year to celebrate this fact.
Throughout the year, we have been showcasing interesting destinations and events to visit in Germany. If you think you might have missed something, why not take a look at our review of the year.
Waves, water slides, tropical ambience and perfect swimming weather regardless of the season – Germany's leisure pools are worth a visit at any time of year.
Germany offers many unforgettable ways to ring in the New Year, from a romantic evening for two to a buzzing party with crowds of people or maybe in an unlikely setting.