Die hauptsächlich deutschsprachigen Länder Europas enthalten einige der besten Reise-Empfehlungs-Werte der Welt. Zum Überblick: gibt es Berlin – die Vibrant und multikulturelle Hauptstadt Deutschlands, Bern – die hübsche UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe-Stätte in der Schweiz, und Tirol in Österreich – einer der schönsten Alpenregionen auf der Welt. Reisen ist eigentlich auch sehr einfach in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz. Es gibt überall öffentliche Verkehrsmittel, die Züge (die DB, ÖBB und SBB) die, die Großstädte verbinden, sind regelmäßig, pünktlich, recht billig (besonders wenn man ein Interrail-Pass kauft) und schnell. Es gibt eine große Menge an verschiedenen Urlaubstypen, die man in diesen Länder machen kann. Zum Beispiel: Städtereisen, ein Wellnessurlaub mit Thermalbad, Skiurlaube, ein Wanderurlaub, ein romantischer Ferienaufenthalt, ein Sporturlaub, ein entspannter Ausflug, weil man Kultur, Natur, Extremsport, historisches Wissen, und schöne Architektur dabei vorfinden und erleben kann.

Germany:

Some of the best places to visit in Germany include Berlin; arguably one of the most diverse and unique cities in the world having survived two world wars and being the centre of the cold war. Munich; the regional capital of Bavaria, Germany’s fiercely independent southern state, a vibrant city which somehow also manages to feel relaxed. Heidelberg, a river town with a Renaissance castle. The Black Forest including Freiburg and Baden-Baden for the scenic drives, thermal spas, and pretty architecture. Lake Constance for its beauty and water sports (this also borders Austria and Switzerland). The romantic road beginning in Würzburg and ending in Füssen where the famous Neuschwanstein overlooks the valley, it looks exactly like a fairy-tale. Garmisch-Partenkirchen, a ski resort near Germany’s highest mountain the Zugspitze. The river Rhein and the Rhein valley for its sweet wines and historic towns including the bigger city of Cologne. The seaside resort island of Rügen, and lastly Erfurt which is known for its medieval bridge. These are all places that I have either visited or have planned and booked trips to.

Austria:

Vienna, as Austria’s capital is one of the most visited places in the country and no wonder, with so much history, culture and imperial beauty to offer. Its’s also not far from the Hungarian border and the exciting city of Budapest. Salzburg is potentially the second most popular, it’s beautiful all year round and is surrounded by lakes where the sound of music was filmed. Graz is also a vibrant and exciting city near the border to Slovenia not far from the beautiful lake Bled. Tyrol and Vorarlberg are in my opinion the most beautiful regions with their stunning mountain ranges and endless lakes. Blindsee and Achensee are my favourite lakes. Innsbruck itself is one of the prettiest cities I’ve ever seen, surrounded by high mountains and full of beautiful domes and towers. Hiking and skiing are really easy to do in Tyrol – there’s Stubaital, Seefeld and many more. Innsbruck is one of the best cities to do stunning day trips from.

Switzerland:

Zurich and Geneva are the most well-known, but I find them overrated, I prefer the pretty town of Luzern and Interlaken near the gorgeous Jungfrau region. Montreux is in the more Mediterranean feeling south near the French boarder, and palm trees and tropical plants surround Lac Leman. Bern is a very pretty, but small capital city covered in stunning old buildings and surrounded by a glistening river. Bern is named after a bear so there’s still a green bear park in the city. But the most mesmerising place in Switzerland has to be Zermatt with the Matterhorn mountain rising like a shark fin over the small alpine town. The famous Glacier Express also ends it journey there. Switzerland also has a beautiful Italian part in the south east, and the pretty town of Basel in the north. But the real beauties of the country are its nature.

Both Austria and Switzerland are so close to many boarders that it’s very easy to travel with the European trains. There also aren’t many hard boarders in continental Europe, meaning taking a bus or train around it is even simpler.

Europa ist voll von Schönheiten und es ist ziemlich einfach und billig zu besuchen, was auch besser ist, wenn man die Sprachen spricht. Dann ist es auch leichter alles zu machen, weil es nicht immer englische Übersetzungen gibt. Man empfindet dann auch die Einheimischen freundlicher, wenn man auch nur ein bisschen Deutsch spricht.

Das war alles! Viel Spaß mit dem Unterricht und hoffentlich konnte ich Sie für einen Besuch Europas überzeugen.

Hannah

Travel and Transport

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