Germany for two - where to spend a romantic weekend?

A view of the Charlottenburg palace garden near Berlin

Polish Western neighbour is not a place commonly associated with romantic exultation. However, a journey through Germany for two provides unexpected and unforgettable emotions that will last as memories for a long time. Plan a weekend with your loved one and discover the most romantic places in Germany!

Wine on the bridge in Wüzburg

To begin with, head to Wüzburg. Right from the start you will be impressed by the huge Baroque palace of the bishops of Würzburg. This magnificent residence, inscribed on the UNESCO list, is one of the most important monuments of its kind in Germany. It is surrounded by a beautiful garden offering an impressive view of the majestic building visible from almost every corner. The city is famous for one more thing - great wine. Come here in late summer or early autumn, stroll through the old town and, following the locals, order a glass of red wine. Take it to the bank of Men and taste it in a leisurely rhythm.

A romantic shot of the bishop's palace in Wuzburg, Germany

Advent in Dresden

Germany organises some of the world’s oldest Christmas markets. This tradition dates back as far as the 15th century! The best and biggest Advent event is organised in Dresden. Which is actually great news, as direct flights from Poland allow you to travel to this magical place with an unusual and unique atmosphere in just a few hours. Wonderful Christmas decorations, lots of craft stalls, handmade ornaments and the scent of mulled wine - no Weihnachtsmarkt can do without these symbols! Let's add to this several carousels, shows and other attractions which make this time even more magical.

Christmas market, Dresden

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

Crazy Berlin

Romantic moments are also waiting for you in the shaky, pulsating and vibrant Berlin. This city is simply made for couples! Interesting and varied districts, excellent restaurants serving food from all over the world, antique markets, green areas, a rich cultural offer, a cruise on the Spree - if you manage to accomplish at least some part of this intensive itinerary, we guarantee that your relationship will enter into a new phase!

Bamberg - German Italy

Why not trying Bamberg? Due to its location on seven hills, it is sometimes called the “German Rome”. Others prefer to name it the “German Venice” inspired by stylish gondolas floating on the Regnitz River, resembling the sights from that famous Italian city. Could there be anything more romantic? Of course, you have to discover the local Old Town better - its beauty lies in its precious Gothic monuments. It is thanks to them that Bamberg is regarded as the best-preserved medieval town in Germany. Don’t miss the Cathedral Hill with one of Germany’s most valuable monuments: the 11th-century Cathedral of Saints Peter and George. You will also be impressed by the many traditional half-timbered buildings and atmospheric back streets where you can hide from the world for a while. For shopping, head to the Green Market, where, from Monday to Saturday, you’ll find fresh and local food products. Of course, a romantic weekend in Germany wouldn’t be complete without... an atmospheric candlelit dinner. Bamberg offering its tasty Franconian cuisine is a perfect place for such an event, but instead of wine order a beer - there is no other option in the country’s brewing basin!

Bamberg w Niemczech

Saxony - discover the land of wine with your loved one

Visiting Germany with your loved one can be a great opportunity to explore the Saxon Wine Route! It's widely known that German wines, especially white ones, are a guarantee of high quality. This concerns also the wines from Saxony, Europe’s northernmost wine region! You can explore it by car, but the most beautiful views await you on a cycling tour: the 60-kilometre route runs along the picturesque Elbe River. You will enjoy interesting views of small, intimate plots of grape vines. Don’t forget to visit the porcelain museum in the charming town of Meissen on the way. You can also visit the castle or find some cosy restaurant and drink - of course! - a glass of wine. You can also extend your sightseeing programme and discover the beautiful sites of the Saxon Switzerland Nature Park. As you can see, it is impossible to get bored in Germany!

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german winery

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

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