Discover Germany with the Globus Family of Brands
Discover Activity Holidays in Germany as we explore the beautiful river valleys of the Rhine region. A UNESCO World Heritage site, and famous for riesling wine estates, you can hike the famous Rheinsteig trail through breathtaking scenery, peppered with fairy tale castles. And the lively arts capital of Cologne is a perfect stop for a river cruise.
Plan your trip to Germany with the Globus family of brands - leaders in guided vacations worldwide – offering 40 fabulous coach tours in Germany alone. Book now with Globus to experience the 2010 Oberaumergau Passion Play.
Or discover Avalon Waterways' luxury, modern, small-ship river cruising on the German Rhine. The Rhine River is one of the longest and most important rivers in Europe, famous for the imposing medieval castles that line its banks. And Avalon passengers enjoy spacious staterooms offering incredible views, engaging on-ship activities, and insightful local guides.
Air Canada has the best schedule and connections to all major German cities. Air Canada offers more non stop flights from Canada to Germany than any other airline with service to Frankfurt from Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, and from Toronto to Munich. The carrier also provides codeshare service between Vancouver – Frankfurt with Star Alliance partner Lufthansa.
Listen to the show this Saturday for your chance to win a trip for two to Germany, flying Air Canada to Frankfurt, with Rail Europe Select Passes and a fabulous nine day Avalon Waterways "Romantic Rhine" river cruise.
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Walking in the vineyards, Dirk Topel
The Loreley on the Rhine (flag of St. Goarshausen), Gundhard Marth
Cologne/Rhine: boat on the Rhine with Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Mary (1248), Ludwig Museum and Hohenzollern bridge, Rainer Kiedrowski