The coasts in northern Germany border on the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. As different as both are, both are equally charming in a somewhat rough way. Breathtakingly beautiful cities, beaches and islands, easily accessible from Hamburg or Berlin.
Lots of history and natural beauty, unknown even to some Germans, but certainly to very few visitors from abroad. The island of Sylt is at the top of the list of “must-sees”. It combines everything from low-key to jet-set and is in no way inferior to the Hamptons.
Lake Constance, Lake Chiemsee, Lake Wörthersee, Lake Lucerne, Lake Geneva, Lake Starnberg, Lake Tegernsee and Lake Walchensee are just a few of the many European lakes. Boat trips, private yachts and hikes around these natural landscapes offer dreamlike settings.
The Alps and offshore low mountain ranges are always impressive. Countless hikes or mountain tours are possible and offer a very special magic every time. From Germany’s Upper Bavaria to the Swiss Engadine and the Austrian Vorarlberg, from the Portes du Soleil to the Chiemgau Alps just outside Salzburg. The possibilities are endless and fantastic.