Find out about what to visit in Germany by using the “Germany Travel Tips” Alexa skill
Do you feel like relaxing and enjoying nature, or would you prefer the buzz of a city? Whatever your preference, Alexa knows where to go.
Alexa travel skills are a new way of planning your trip to Germany. Maybe you are asking yourself something like “What cities to visit in Germany ”, “What are the main tourist attraction in Germany? ” or “Where is the best place in Germany to visit ”.
The new ‘Germany Travel Tips’ Alexa Skill from the German National Tourist Board is full of exciting travel ideas. The skill is aimed at all types of travellers – city lovers, nature fans, active holidaymakers and those seeking relaxation.
From must-see Germany attractions to insider tips, the Alexa Skill will have the right suggestion for you. Did you know, for example, that there is a tropical paradise in Germany? Or that Hercules stands in a park here? Find out what is the best city to visit in Germany.
Say “Alexa, open Germany Travel Tips” to activate the Alexa Skill. Alexa will then give you a choice: do you prefer nature or culture? Do you like to be active, or do you want to unwind? Once you have made your selection, Alexa will be your personal Germany travel guide and provide you with personalised tips for your holiday in Germany. Prepare to be surprised!
For those with a passion for nature and burning off energy outdoors, Alexa will recommend a canoe tour in Brandenburg, for example, or a hike up Germany’s highest mountain, the Zugspitze.
For those looking to unwind and get away from it all amid beautiful scenery, Alexa will offer a walk along the coastal mudflats in Schleswig-Holstein, for example, or in Wilhelmshöhe hillside park in Kassel.
For those who can’t get enough of cities, culture and full-on fun, Alexa will suggest the Carnival of Cultures in Berlin, for example, or the ExtraSchicht Festival in the Ruhr region.
For those who prefer to explore Germany’s cities and cultural attractions at a more relaxed pace, Alexa will propose the Elbe Philharmonic Hall in Hamburg, for example, or the Städel Museum in Frankfurt.