• Wismar Sweden Festival
    Wismar Sweden Festival ©Presse Hansestadt Wismar
  • Highlights of the Rhineland Carnival, Düsseldorf
    Highlights of the Rhineland Carnival, Düsseldorf © Düsseldorf Marketing & Tourismus GmbH
  • Oktoberfest, Munich
    Oktoberfest, Munich ©Frank Bauer
  • Biggest Funfair on the Rhine, Düsseldorf
    Biggest Funfair on the Rhine, Düsseldorf ©Düsseldorf Marketing und Tourismus GmbH (U. Otte)
  • Onion Fair, Weimar
    Onion Fair, Weimar ©Weimar GmbH
  • Carnival of Cultures 2012, Berlin
    Carnival of Cultures 2012, Berlin ©Daniela Incoronato
  • 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)
  • DOM funfair, Hamburg
    DOM funfair, Hamburg ©Frank Scymanska
  • Hanse Sail regatta, Rostock
    Hanse Sail regatta, Rostock ©Archiv Hanse Sail Rostock
  • 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)
  • Cannstatter Wasen Festival, Stuttgart
    Cannstatter Wasen Festival, Stuttgart ©Thomas Niedermüller
  • Festival of Lights, Leipzig
    Festival of Lights, Leipzig ©LTM/Punctum
  • Stuttgart Wine Festival, Stuttgart / Hamburg
    Stuttgart Wine Festival, Stuttgart / Hamburg ©Stuttgart-Marketing GmbH
  • Tree Blossom Festival, Werder
    Tree Blossom Festival, Werder ©www.werder-havel.de
  • New Year's Eve in Berlin
    New Year's Eve in Berlin ©Scholvien
  • Mainz Carnival
    Mainz Carnival ©Landeshauptstadt Mainz – Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
  • Japan Day, Düsseldorf
    Japan Day, Düsseldorf © Düsseldorf Marketing & Tourismus GmbH
  • Hamburg Cruise Days
    Hamburg Cruise Days ©Christian Spahrbier

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Tysklands folkefester

Fra karnevalet ved Rhinen til landsby- by-, markeds- og vinfester til de to største folkefestene i verden har Tyskland et stort mangfold av fester å by på. Mange av dem har lange tradisjoner og er det beste beviset på at historien kan være ytterst levende.

The International Danube Festival has been taking place every other year since 1998, putting the spotlight on a different topical theme from politics or culture each time. A wide spectrum of cultures and lifestyles join together for the festival in Ulm and Neu-Ulm to celebrate the international Danube partnership and to strengthen relations between the communities connected by the river Danube.

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Looking for an alternative to a quiet New Year's Eve? Then Berlin is the perfect place to be. Join a million others for an amazing night in the German capital, and make it one New Year's Eve that you'll never forget.

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Bonn celebrates with the Rhine in Flames but Cologne hosts the Cologne Lights, one of Europe's most beautiful and most spectacular musical fireworks displays, right in the middle of the Rhine – an atmospheric extravaganza that will light up your eyes and bring joy to your heart.

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A smattering of Japanese is always very useful in Düsseldorf , capital of North Rhine-Westphalia and home to Germany's largest Japanese community, but especially on Japan Day, the annual event when the city's Japanese – around 7,000 people – join a few hundred thousand other Düsseldorfers and international visitors for an enthralling celebration.

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For three days in May, the people of Hamburg celebrate one another, their city and in particular their port, the largest sea port in Germany. The Port Anniversary is devoted to seafarers, ships and every other maritime theme, with the whole of Hamburg honouring its great seafaring tradition through this lively festival, the biggest port festival anywhere in the world.

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When it's the Wies'n – local speak for Oktoberfest – in Munich , the Bavarian capital, around seven million people make the pilgrimage to Theresienwiese. This is the world's biggest beer festival, so the catering is on a massive scale: millions of roast chickens are eaten and a veritable herd of spit-roast oxen is washed down by several million towering mugs of beer. Dating back over 200 years, the Oktoberfest is a hallowed tradition that, despite its size, still spells out what it means to be Bavarian.

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The Biggest Funfair on the Rhine is organised by Düsseldorf's St. Sebastian shooting club, which dates back almost 700 years and currently numbers more than 1,500 members. It's held in celebration of the club's patron St. Apollinaris, whose feast day is on 23 July. The highlight is the historical parade, one of the biggest and most spectacular in Germany, with over 3,000 uniformed marksmen, marching bands and horse-drawn carriages.

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