Oberammergau, Germany

Oberammergau water-colour facades

Oberammergau’s world famous Passion Play: Oberammergau, a small colourful alpine town in Germany is inundated by visitors once every ten years.  This town is world famous for its Passion Play, a play about the “Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ”. Oberammergau began out of a desperate promise that the people made if their village […]

Monument to Kaiser Wilhelm I (Emperor William)

Kaiser Wilhelm monument at the Deutsche Ecke, Coblenz

Monument to Kaiser Wilhelm I (Emperor William) at the Deutsche Ecke, Koblenz See our Photos of Kaiser Wilhelm’s Monument HERE RIVER CRUISE GUIDE Bank (Moselle) Left KM 592 Rhein Altitude m/ft Population N/A   Archbishop Diether von Trier donated a small part of the landed estates of St Castor Monastery to the Knights of the […]

Travel to Germany

Reichstag, the German Parliament in Berlin

Germany: a country that’s a lot more than Beer, Lederhosen and Cuckoo Clocks! Most people associate travel to Germany with either big modern cities and Mercedes thrashing down autobahns or quaint wood-beamed houses, men in lederhosen and buxom barmaids holding gigantic steins of beer in each hand while cuckoo clocks chime in the background. OK, […]