Germany is a destination for those who appreciate tranquillity, a slow pace, moderation and grandeur. Medieval castles, cosy villages, natural beauty and hearty cuisine – and it really doesn’t matter what season you visit. Germany’s climate is similar to that of Central Russia. It can be unstable at times, with cold winds in summer and rain in January. Average temperatures in summer are a comfortable +20ºC, ideal for those who want to avoid heat. In winter, the temperature rarely drops below -10°C. If you’re there after the Christmas markets, don’t hold your breath for much festive snow, as it doesn’t settle for long except in the mountains. However, this does mean you can enjoy Germany’s famous ski resorts.
Germany has a little of everything – from historic sights and great museums to vivacious nightlife, shopping and sandy beaches. Despite the country’s considerable size (357,021 km2), the transportation infrastructure is highly developed, so you won’t have any problems going to even the most remote corners of Germany – you just have to plan your journey well.
There are many ways to get there, but the fastest one is to buy a plane ticket. Aeroflot flies to eight destinations throughout Germany: Berlin Schönefeld Airport, with a flight time of 2h 45min, Munich (3h 10m), Düsseldorf (3h 15m), Frankfurt (3h 25m), Hamburg (3h), Hannover (3h), Dresden (2h 50m) and Stuttgart (3h 25m).
The most affordable option is to buy a round-trip ticket to Germany. Please be advised that the cheapest tickets sell out quickly, so we recommend that you book your flights well in advance to get the best deals.