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Flights to Germany arrive to major airports like the Frankfurt Airport (FRA), Munich Airport (MUC), Düsseldorf International Airport (DUS), Berlin Tegel Airport (TXL), and the Hamburg Airport (HAM). The busiest one is the Frankfurt Airport, as it carries over 56 million people per year. Travelers may opt to take a private car, taxi cab, bus, or train from any of these airports. Tourists should know that there are two specific stations – the regional, and the long distance stations. Regional train stations travel from the Frankfurt Airport, to the stations close to it, such as the Frankfurt Central Station, Offenbach East Station, and Weisbaden Central Station. Long-distance stations can travel until Cologne, Netherlands, Hamburg, and Belgium.
The climate in Germany is very unpredictable. Most often however, tourists enjoy going to the country from July to early August because there are a lot of open-air festivities going on and it is a good time for tourists to participate in cultural events. During this peak season however, tourists may have difficulty getting good hotel deals, and they may have to wait in line to see tourist attractions. A great time to book flights to Germany is from the later weeks of August until October, because the weather will be cooler, and wine festivals are all out in time for the famous Oktoberfest held in Munich. If booked earlier, tourists may find budget air tickets and discounts at hotels.
Upon arrival from Germany flights, tourists will find that navigating the country has many options that are easy to understand. Those who would like to rent a car will find that the famous Autobahn allows drivers to go about cities toll free with barely any speed limit. The most common yet advanced mode of transportation is the national rail network. With trains traveling more than 190 miles per hour, tourists won't have to worry about wasting their time in traffic. What's fascinating about the railway network is that locations such as the Wuppertaler Schwebebahn, Transrapid, and the Lossnitz Valley Railroad are famous attractions because they serve as reminders of the country's advancements in the development of the monorail system.
After arriving from flights to Germany, tourists may head on to the famous attractions around the country. Among these attractions are the following:
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