Whatever the weather, you can enjoy a spot of browsing, buy fresh produce and indulge your taste buds in one of Germany's many market halls.
From quaint little clusters of huts to huge traditional markets: nowhere on earth will you find so many uniquely individual Christmas markets as here in Germany, the place where it all began some 600 years ago.
World-renowned Bach soloists, classical music in beautiful venues and concerts to remember forever – you can experience all this and more from 23 November to 3 December in the city of Würzburg.
Old bunkers, tunnels, secret passages and the many tales they have to tell … If you're up for going down into the depths of Berlin, you'll be amazed by what you discover.
The New Fall Festival is everything that traditional festivals are not – but in a good way. And that's why it's so popular with fans and artists alike.
There's something hugely spooky about the ancient walls of castles that makes them a perfect setting for Halloween celebrations.
Over autumn, more than 150,000 cranes converge on the lakes of northern and eastern Germany on their journey south, creating a memorable natural spectacle.
Martin Luther's act of nailing his theses to the church door in Wittenberg on 31 October 1517 signalled the beginning of the Reformation. 500 years on, it's still cause for a very special celebration.
For almost 70 years, this book fair has been attracting publishers, authors and literary enthusiasts from all over the world to Frankfurt. And they come for much more than just the books.
Embrace a custom that dates back to the Middle Ages: celebrate the delights of Riesling and Rivaner in a landscape shaped by winegrowing traditions.