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A world of adventure in Germany

Book flights to Germany and enjoy a land where fairy-tale forests and charming castles rub shoulders with fast-moving, modern cities.

This is a country that offers the historic and the high-tech – all set against spectacular scenery.

See the colourful celebrations of Oktoberfest, take in the atmosphere of a fiercely contested football match and enjoy the cosy charm of the country’s festive markets.

Fly to Germany and discover different cities and regions with their own stories to tell. Whether it’s the traditional beauty of Bavarian Munich, the charm of Cologne on the Rhine or the ever-changing bohemian capital, Berlin.

Sample world-famous wurst and indulge in sweet treats such as Bienenstich (‘Bee Sting Cake’), with its honey and almond flavours.

This is a country of classical music, amazing architecture and stunning vistas just waiting to be explored. Start your adventure now by booking a flight to Germany with Etihad Airways.

What's the weather like in Germany?

Figures shown are for Munich.

Average temperatureAverage rainfall

JAN

-1°C

5cm

FEB

0°C

4cm

MAR

4°C

6cm

APR

8°C

7cm

MAY

13°C

10cm

JUN

16°C

13cm

JUL

18°C

13cm

AUG

17°C

11cm

SEP

14°C

8cm

OCT

8°C

6cm

NOV

3°C

6cm

DEC

0°C

6cm

July and August are the hottest times of year in Germany, with daytime temperatures regularly reaching the mid 20°Cs and above. From May to September, the country is mainly dry.

Germany’s famous festive markets run from the end of November to late December – wrap up warm to tackle temperatures around 3°C or below, with a chance of snowfall.

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aerial view of frauenkirche munich germany

Munich (MUC)

Munich International Airport – also known as Franz Josef Strauss Airport – takes you straight to the home of Oktoberfest. Munich, Bavaria’s capital city, is filled with gardens and parks, museums and palaces – making it great for a city break. Munich is also ideally positioned to explore Bavaria and the rest of southern Germany.

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frankfurt old town with the justitia statue in germany

Frankfurt (FRA)

Frankfurt Airport is the largest airport in Germany – and one of the busiest airports in Europe. Frankfurt is a major financial centre and the airport is perfect for those travelling for business. On holiday? Explore old town Frankfurt or travel onwards to towns and cities in the regions of Hesse, Baden Württemberg, and North Rhine-Westphalia.

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dusseldorf communication tower between trees germany

Düsseldorf (DUS)

Düsseldorf Airport is just four miles north of downtown Düsseldorf and is a hub for the busy metropolitan Rhine-Ruhr region in Germany. Fly to Düsseldorf and enjoy a spot of luxury shopping or take a walk along the picturesque Rhine embankment promenade.

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Reasons to visit Germany

daytime at residenztheater in munich germany

The museums of Munich

With more than 80 museums to choose from, there’s something for every interest in Munich. The Deutsches Museum is probably the most famous, boasting 28,000 items that celebrate the progression of science and technology.

The Munich Residence, once owned by the city’s rulers during the days of the Wittelsbach dynasty, boasts lavish interiors guaranteed to take your breath away. Meanwhile, the Lenbachhaus features works by some of the world’s most acclaimed artists including Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee.

Munich is proud of its many museums, and you can often secure good value tickets and enjoy late-night openings.

cologne cathedral at night germany

Visit Cologne’s beautiful cathedral

Cologne Cathedral is one of the most visited landmarks in the whole of Germany, with six million people a year making their way to this medieval masterpiece. This great Gothic structure towers above the city, with the slightly taller north tower standing at 516 feet.

Marvel at the architecture and intricate stained glass windows and explore the shrine to the Three Wise Men. Then, climb up 533 steps in the south tower for a breathtaking view over the Rhine.

east side gallery close up of berlin wall germany

Walk along the Berlin Wall

The East Side Gallery is a mile-long stretch of the Berlin Wall that still stands today, covered in art that has been painted since the fall of the wall.

The wall divided the city during the Cold War but the gallery, on the banks of the Spree, features paintings and artwork that reflect the celebratory mood as the wall came down and Germany was reunified.

Explore for yourself or book a guided tour before you fly to Germany for a more detailed insight into the wall’s history. There are also plaques in remnants of the wall across the city, as well as many other tangible reminders of the Cold War.

Things to know before you fly to Germany

currency Local currency

The euro (EUR) is Germany’s official currency, and has been since 2002, when it replaced the Deutsche Mark. Notes range from EUR 5 to EUR 500.

globe Language

German is the most widely spoken language in Germany. However, most Germans learn English from a young age too.

socket Plugs

Type F plugs and sockets are used in Germany, with a standard voltage of 230V and frequency of 50Hz. Plug types C and E can also be used here.

holiday National holidays

German Unity Day falls on 3 October every year. This national holiday celebrates the reunification of East and West Germany in 1989.

Flying to Germany: FAQs

Where should I visit in Germany?

Germany is a wonderfully diverse country, with breathtaking scenery and bustling cities to explore. Head to Munich and admire the architecture, and organise a day trip to Neuschwanstein Castle – it looks like something out of a fairy tale. Enjoy museums and an upcoming food scene in Frankfurt, or head to Berlin, with its unique history and creative atmosphere.

How many days do you need to visit Germany?

Two weeks will give you time to visit Germany. It’s a large country with lots of different regions to explore. It’s well connected by air, road and rail. If you’re visiting one of the major cities, they can be typically be explored in a couple of days.

What food is Germany known for?

Traditional German food includes bratwurst (sausages typically served at winter markets), sauerkraut (fermented cabbage enjoyed as a condiment) and sauerbraten (roast beef stew), which is considered one of Germany’s national dishes. For something sweet, try lebkuchen, spiced gingerbread cookies, or stollen – a rich fruitcake topped with powdered sugar.

Why we love Germany

"There are so many great cities to explore, the winter markets are amazing, and the food is great too - warm and comforting, ideal fuel for exploring. Germany boasts beautiful outdoor scenery too, from the Black Forest, to waterfalls, to glacial lakes."

Why fly to Germany with Etihad?

Fly to Germany with Etihad, personalise your travel experience and make it the journey you want it to be. Choose how to check in, add extra baggage and select from a number of upgrade options.

It all starts with our airport lounges – the perfect place to relax before your flight to Germany. Lounge access is included as part of your First and Business flight tickets and available for a fee for Economy guests at most airports.

If you want a bit of extra space and privacy, bid for an Economy Neighbour Free seat or book Economy Space for extra legroom.

E-BOX, our onboard entertainment system, offers the latest films, TV and boxsets as well as live sports and news on selected aircraft. Stay connected while you travel with Wi-Fi packages available for purchase.

Every guest can enjoy a complimentary meal made using fresh, seasonal ingredients with options inspired by your destination.

You can also shop for gifts, gadgets and perfumes from our Duty Free magazine and find more travel inspiration in the pages of our travel magazine.

Book an airport transfer service with us and a driver will be waiting for you in arrivals.

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