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The new progressive Berlin is fast becoming the place to be. The cities history speaks for itself, with huge attractions such as the Brandenburg Gate, to modern historical sites such as Checkpoint Charlie and the Berlin Wall.
Berlin has everything you would expect a modern European city to have. Hundreds of new trendy bars and restaurants, modern architectural landmarks, and nightlife becoming second to none.
Football fans in Germany are well known as some of the best, and the Hertha Berlin fans are no exception. With one of the highest average attendances in the Bundesliga.
This historic city lies in the South of Germany's Bavarian region, at the foothills of the Alps. Visitors always comment on how friendly and welcoming the city of Munich is.
The city is best known for its Oktoberfest, and in Munich, no one drinks alone. Why not take in a few wheat beers at one of Munich's great beer halls before making your way to the luminescent Allianz Arena to watch Bayern Munich.
The home of Müller, Rummenigge and Beckenbauer. Munich has seen some of the best players in world football dominate German and European competitions for a long time.
Munich is simply one of Europe's most beautiful and culturally rich cities.
Dortmund is mostly know for its shopping, beer and football. A friendly city with plenty of night clubs and bars to dance on into the night in. The city is home to many great theatres and cultural centres, as well as a range of fascinating museums.
The famous yellow wall is a sight to bear for any football fan. Dive right into the passion and exuberant atmosphere at the Signal Iduna Park, and join the yellow army in creating one of the greatest atmospheres there has ever been.
A trip to Dortmund is definitely a must do for anyone looking to experience a passionate football atmosphere, with the city perfect for a group of travelling football fans looking for the best of weekends.
One of Europe's best kept secrets. Hamburg is about to become one of the continents must go cities. Voted the best night out in Europe in 2017, and there is no wonder why.
It's not all partying however, with the city is home to two beautiful lakes, many canals, and over 2,000 bridges stretching across Germany's second largest city.
Hamburg's atmosphere rivals none. The vibrant bars and clubs align the modern rejuvenated dockland areas, which creates a party vibe across the city.
Top off a booze filled weekend away with a trip to watch Hamburger SV, one of Germany's best supported club.
Stuttgart is a retro and diverse German city which is on the rise. The cities old styled beer halls accommodate hundreds while the huge techno nightclubs allow visitors to dance the night away.
The city is also famous amongst car enthusiasts, being home to the museums of both Mercedes-Benz and Porsche, showcasing some of motorsports most legendary cars.
Germany’s 4th largest stadium is also situated within the city and is home to local club VfB Stuttgart. The stadium is full every week with passionate supporters cheering for one of Germany’s great clubs, giving the stadium a unique atmosphere to rival that of any other stadium.
Germany’s financial capital is also becoming another capital for stylish football. The cities skyscrapers will make you think you’re in downtown Manhattan rather than the centre of Germany but Frankfurt has so much to offer any eager traveller.
A real capital of German culture, slap bang in the middle of the country. Frankfurt mixes a futuristic modern scene with historical traditional Germany. Trendy restaurants and bars line the streets of the historic centre, while vibrant nightclubs can be located around the modern business district.
Local football club Eintracht Frankfurt play some of the most entertaining football in Germany, with a trip to the Am Main Arena never disappointing.
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