Germany Flights GuideThe Federal Republic of Germany is Central Europe's largest country consisting of 16 states all with their own unique culture. Germany has a strong culture overall with a long history. The capital city of Berlin draws many tourists throughout the year holding world renowned sights like the Brandenburg Gate. Berlin is also home to the historical Berlin Wall and has over 175 museums. Looking for the famous Oktoberfest? The annual beer filled event takes place in Munich. The Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria is the world's most famous castle while Europa Park is Germany's largest amusement park. Trier is Germany's oldest city dating back to 16 BC and the Cologne Cathedral stays standing hundreds of years later.
Frankfurt Airport is Germany's busiest with connections to around 300 international airports. If you're not landing at Frankfurt, most other travelers will land at Franz Josef Strauss Airport in Munich, taking the name for Europe's Best Airport in 2014. Most of the country sees a temperate seasonal climate with warm summers and mild winters. Travelers can expect some rainfall throughout the year with the most rain occurring in the summer months.