New Website Celebrates German Heritage and Makes Travel Planning Faster and Easier

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People interested in seeing the sights and wonders of Germany can now visit the new Website

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For people interested in seeing the sights and wonders of Germany, planning such a trip can be both fun and challenging at the same time. But for the business traveler who’s suddenly required to fly into Germany, the task can seem quite stressful.

Planning any trip to a non-English speaking country involves many hurdles to overcome, especially for those who’ve never done it before. So many aspects are involved such as figuring out how to negotiate the language barrier, laws, regulations and fitting in upon arrival. Now there’s an antidote to the problem.

Enter the travel website. It’s part of the new Experience Europe website network. The purpose of this content-rich website is to give travelers the ability to quickly and easily plan their trip within an hour or two.

Almost all issues regarding travel to Germany are addressed on this website. For example, visitors to will be pleased to find detailed, informative articles that offer a glimpse into what the major German cities are alike, as well as some of the more popular travel destinations in Germany. Visitors are also treated to crisp, color photos of respective cities and landmarks, thus making the cyberspace glimpse of Germany more tangible.

But more than that, visitors will be able to glean travel tips from fascinating articles such as, “Seeing the Best of Germany in 2 Weeks”, “How to Fit in During Your Trip to Germany”, “Budget Travel to Germany”, “Money Matters in Germany”, “The VAT Tax”, “Traveling to Germany with Children”, “Crime in Germany”, “Packing Tips for Your Trip to Germany”, “What the German People are Really Like”, plus much more. Useful, detailed content like this along with head-turning photos are what make the Experience Germany website a feather in the cap of those planning their trip to Germany.

For those people who opt in to receive the newsletter, they’ll receive a free report titled, “Basic German Words & Phrases”.

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