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Free Download: Easy German Travel Phrase Guide [Infographic]
from The Intrepid Guide

Free Download: Easy German Travel Phrase Guide [Infographic]

While this would've been handy two years ago, I wouldn't say "auf wiedersehen" to say goodbye in Germany. That's the formal farewell that isn't used often. Tschüss (pronounced like "choose") is what you'd say of the time.

from Travels in Translation

50 Things to Do in MUNICH

Germany is one of the world’s longest-established wine producing countries. Vineyards have been found in the country’s western region, along the Rhine River, since the days of the Ancient Romans.

from Global Traveler

Why You Should Visit Germany

Munich (Germany) is splashed by colours, especially in #summer. What a better plan than a walk among its curious buildings and beer in one of its Biergartens afterwards?