The best guide to Germany, updated everyyear Country drives and city walks to churches and abbeys, museums and monuments, castles and gardens, east and west Great shopping -- dirndls, woodcarvings, antiques, and wine After dark -- concerts, opera, jazz, folk dances, bars, clubs Where to stay and eat, no matter what your budget Hotels, castles, spas, Gasthauser, inns, and pensions Restaurants, wine taverns, bistros, Kneipen, and beer halls Fresh, thorough, practical -- off and on the beaten path Costs, hours, descriptions, and tips by the thousands All reviews based on visits by savvy writer-residents 63 pages of maps, 46 vacation itineraries, and more Important contacts, smart travel tips Fodor's Choice What's Where Pleasures a Pastimes New a Noteworthy Festivals Historical chronology Further reading, videos to watch Comprehensive indexThe Complete Guide with the Best of the Cities, Medieval Villages and the Bavarian Alps. many, and no duty is required. Bikes can also be carried on trains a though not on ICE trains a if you buy a Fahrradkarte, or bicycle ticket. ... FISHING*- Fishing is possible at many locations in Germany, but a permit, valid for one year at a cost of DM 1 0-DM ... Tennis*- In the home country of champions Steffi Graf and Boris Becker, courts are available practically everywhere, summer and winter.
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