This page was last updated Wed 27 January 2021.
This page lists all reports that for Germany including those that involve other countries too.
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All descriptions are in English, unless otherwise noted.
|The Twizi hostel directory - the cheapest places to stay on the planet
, submitted 6 January 2007
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[The author travels around the world and reviews hostels, and has built up a large hostel directory.]
What are hostels?
The quickest answer I can give to you is that hostels are budget accommodations where you share a room with other travelers. To be more specific though and to give you a better idea of what to expect I will say that a hostel room is like a hotel room but instead of being just one bed there are a couple (or a few) bunk beds. There are also (gasp!) other people. People you do not know! These other people are travelers who are most likely very much like you in the sense that they are exploring and traveling and doing it as absolutely cheaply as possible. Hostels have been around a long long time. There are over 20,000 of them around the world. Hostels are very much a part of the culture of Europe, and are starting to be known in the USA as well. Hostels are a cheaper way of staying in a city where you do not live.
|How to travel with your bike on trains in Germany, Austria, and the Czech Republic
, submitted 7 November 2005
A Web site devoted to the challenges of getting you and your bicycle on a train and to your destination in Germany, Austria, and the Czech Republic. Specific ``how-tos,'' detailed photos, hints and tips, useful links, etc.
|Rec.Travel Library: Germany|
|Discovering Germany by Bike
Exploring Germany by bicycle, finding your favorite bicycle route, culture routes, mountain biking, family routes, European routes, city routes, planning your tour, bed & bike, brochures, bike & rail.
A thorough introduction to the subject of Radtourenfahren - call it recreational touring by bicycle. Includes calendars, addresses, general info, etc.
|The North Sea Cycle Route
language: en, nl, de, no, se, dk
The North Sea Cycle Route: 6000 kilometres of fascinating adventure await you. Explore a wealth of cities and villages, beaches and farms, lowlands and uplands, cliff paths and byways - all without fear of getting lost - just keep on for long enough and you'll return to your starting point.
The world's longest signed international cycle route encircles the North Sea, passing through no fewer than 7 countries: the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Scotland and England. From Harwich and Hoek van Holland in the south to Bergen and the Shetland Islands in the north.
What you don't manage this year will wait till next year, or the year after - the North Sea Cycle Route will be there for you whenever you are ready. Choose one convenient section at a time, linked by the many North Sea ferries sailing out of major ports such as Amsterdam, Hamburg, Esbjerg, Göteborg, Bergen and Newcastle.
This online guide will provide you with all the information you need before you start to pack your bags. Naturally, you are also more than welcome to contact the local tourist information offices, which can supply additional details of the attractions, events and accommodation in their area.
Welcome to a fantastic cycle tour around the North Sea - just jump on your bike.