Germany is one of the richest historical and cultural travel destinations in Europe for people of all ages.
However, this guide will provide you with hand-picked places to vacation on your own or with your partner without having to worry about children, whether they’re yours or other travelers!
Although children may find this castle similar to the ones depicted in fairy tales, the Lichtenstein Castle in the Swabian Jura of Germany is the perfect vacation destination for couples.
The location is the ultimate representation of surrealism through architecture and romance.
While children are allowed, most visitors prefer to view this historical treasure without them in order to really appreciate the historical significance.
THE WINE ROUTE
This travel destination is perfect for singles or couples!
Driving from Schweigen-Rechtenbach to Bockenheim will take you on a splendid 85 km trip across the warm wine regions of Germany while offering you delicious Rhineland Palatinate cuisine.
Stop by the many vineyards along the route and taste your way across the country!
Robotic enthusiasts are likely to find Monster Kabinett in Berlin particularly appealing.
While providing you with a combination of robot engineering and art, this display may result frightening for children, yet fascinating to adults.
Enjoy the moving mechanical creatures, winding staircases, and grossly fascinating sculptures.
NUDIST BEACH OF SYLT
Nude sunbathing is not an uncommon activity in Germany.
So while you’re here, come to visit not only the most romantic beach in Germany but the oldest German nudist beach around.
Named the Island of Sylt, this beach area has been an active nudist beach since the 1920s.
As cliché as it may sound, there’s nothing like experiencing authentic sauerkraut and German sausage accompanied by many liters of Oktoberfest beer during your German vacation.
While you’re here, dress in traditional German clothes and celebrate until the early hours of the morning.
If you’re thinking of attending an Opera show, the iconic Semper Opera House in Dresden is the place to go.
The original building was destroyed by bombers during the Second World War, but the building reopened 40 years later and has been showing performances ever since.
ROTHENBURG OB DER TAUBER
Tauber is a charming Medieval town that you can walk around for hours on end, exploring the history and traditions of the era.
Walking the streets of Tauber at twilight is the ultimate romantic experience as the town empties and you’re left alone in an enchanting and historically rich village.
PAINTER’S WAY TRAIL
The name “Painter’s Way” was given due to famous Romantic artists visiting the area for inspiration.
Ambitious hikers will find the 112km Painter’s Way trail a challenging yet fulfilling journey.
The hike typically takes 8 days, walking 17km during each, so bringing children is not advised.