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Oktoberfest arrives, radiant Regensburg, 17 historic highlights and more

November 2, 2018 Destination Germany No Comments Email Email


Whilst spring has sprung in Australia, Germany is settling into all the comforts of Autumn. Colours of cities, towns and villages are changing and fantastic festive periods are in full swing, including of course the annual beer festival Oktoberfest. So here’s Prost to as we share with you the latest travel news from Germany.

Culinary Delight: Germany & Australia
The Goethe-Institut and German National Tourist Office will present a truly unique German and Australian food showcase in November when acclaimed Australian chef Darren Taylor teams up with Hamburg chef Helge Hagemann for the exclusive ‘Culinary Delight: Germany & Australia’ event held at Goethe-Institut, Sydney.

Hagemann is known in his homeland for giving traditional German dishes a contemporary makeover.

Details: Wednesday 14th November 2018 from 6pm at Goethe-Institut Sydney, 90 Ocean Street, Woollahra

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Regensburg: a magical combination of stone and charm

Anyone thinking a medieval town with a 2,000-year-old history might be slightly on the quiet side is greatly mistaken: Regensburg is anything but dull. World heritage comes to life in the historical buildings and squares. What’s more, this is a town for fun-lovers with the highest concentration of bars in Germany.

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Spotlight: Franconia

Franconia is widely regarded as a miniature version of Germany because it offers so much variety – from beautiful vineyards to gorgeous hiking tracks. Over half of the territory is ringed in ten nature parks making Franconia a dream come true for nature lovers. Countless historical and natural sights, museums and local culture are waiting to be discovered.

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The 17 Historic Highlights of Germany 

They are among Germany’s most important destinations for history, culture, business and academia. The Historic Highlights of Germany offer a memorable mix of the traditional and the modern.

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All the fun of the fair in Bremen 

Experience one of Germany’s oldest festivals. Bremen’ Freimarkt fair, or ‘fifth season of the year’ t is now one of the longest-running festivals in the country. More than four million people from near and far are expected to come to the Freimarkt this year.

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