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Family Holidays in Germany: Top Destinations

Family Holidays in Germany

Germany was the home of the Brothers Grimm, so it's no surprise that much of the countryside and its buildings could come straight from the pages of fairy tales. Medieval towns, storybook castles and mystical forests are just some of the enchantments that await you on family holidays in Germany.

Family Holidays in Germany: Top Holiday Lettings

House Wernigerode
8 Oct - 15 Oct
£61 per night
House ∙ 3 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
"Outstanding" (20 ratings)
Wernigerode, Harz, Germany
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Apartment Binz
5 Nov - 12 Nov
£85 per night
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
"Outstanding" (2 ratings)
Binz, Rügen, Germany
Strandvillen Binz
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House Steinhude
12 Nov - 19 Nov
£97 per night
House ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
"Very good" (41 ratings)
Steinhude, Wunstorf, Germany
Belvilla by OYO
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Best Family-Friendly Destinations To Visit in Germany

Best Family-Friendly Destinations To Visit in Germany

Schloss Neuschwanstein in the Bavarian Alps was the model for Disney's Sleeping Beauty Castle and a fairy tale treat for any young princess. The best way to arrive is by horse-drawn carriage. Family holidays in Germany, however, are not just about fairy tales. For active youngsters, there are huge water parks, while car enthusiasts can explore the works of world-famous Porsche and Mercedes-Benz at their Stuttgart museums. Other family-friendly destinations include.

  1. Stuttgart and the Black Forest

    As well as the car museums, Stuttgart is home to the quirky Schweinemuseum (Pig Museum) as well as a Planetarium that whisks youngsters into outer space. On the doorstep is the Black Forest, with zip lines, kayaking, swimming and Europa-Park, Germany's largest theme park.

  2. Bavaria

    The region of Bavaria is straight out of a storybook. As well as being the location for Schloss Neuschwanstein, it is also the home of Munich and Nuremberg, both of which have plenty of family-friendly activities. In Munich, children can explore the intriguing Marionettentheater or Puppet Theatre, while Nuremberg's Playground of the Senses is an interactive education in nature, the human body, and physics.

  3. The Fairy Tale Road

    Driving the Fairy Tale Road is a great idea for a family holiday in Germany. Nearly 400 miles long, it starts in Frankfurt and finishes in Bremen. On the way, children can hike in Little Red Riding Hood's forest or climb Rapunzel's Tower. There are 50 towns along the route, almost all of which offer family-friendly activities such as puppet shows, parades, children's concerts, and statues of favourite fairy tale characters.

  4. Berlin

    From the Legoland Discovery Centre for toddlers to the Computerspielemuseum for teens, Berlin doesn't disappoint with family-friendly activities. Other highlights include Madame Tussauds and the Science Center Spectrum, but a must for any family visit is Tropical Islands. This is the largest indoor water park in the world, featuring the world's biggest indoor rain forest. Its dome, which also houses a beach and endless supply of water slides, dominates the landscape just outside Berlin. You can even stay the night here!

  5. Erlebnispark Tripsdrill Natur-Resort

    This wilderness park lies between Stuttgart and Heidelberg, and is a huge area of outdoor space for children to enjoy with high rope areas and a zoo with over 50 different wildlife species, including wolves and bears. The nature reserve is also home to Tripsdrill. Opening in 1929, this was Germany's first theme park.

Best Places to Stay for Family Holidays in Germany

House Oberasberg
10 Sep - 17 Sep
£45 per night
House ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
"Very good" (69 ratings)
Oberasberg, Rinchnach, Bavaria
Belvilla by OYO
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House Zandt
29 Oct - 5 Nov
£40 per night
House ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Zandt, Cham, Bavaria
Belvilla by OYO
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Apartment Oberdorf
12 Nov - 19 Nov
£84 per night
Apartment ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
"Excellent" (2 ratings)
Oberdorf, Oberreitnau, Bavaria
Die Fee vom See GbR
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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does holiday accommodation for Family Holidays in Germany cost?

Holiday accommodation in Germany usually costs between £78 and £106 per night.

What types of holiday accommodation are available for Family Holidays in Germany?

There's plenty of variety available when it comes to holiday accommodation for Family Holidays in Germany, with 218,867 Apartment rentals and 51,960 House rentals on offer.

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