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Home Exchange in Germany

Many of us have experienced that – you would like to go on holiday, but you cannot afford it now. The accommodation at your dream German vacation destination is simply too expensive at the moment. So you have to delay your dream trip for now. Maybe next year... In the meantime you have to find a more affordable holiday alternative. Camping in a tent?

But you can still do that! Especially if you own a home in Sydney, Australia; Vancouver, Canada; Mexico; or Hawaii. These are all popular destinations among German travellers and you shouldn't have a problem visiting Berlin, Hamburg, Munich (“München”) or any other popular German destination as long as you offer your own home for exchange with German travellers. They will gladly short-term swap their property for yours. Home exchange opens the door for you in many desirable locations . Exchanging homes not only saves you money but also brings about new personal contacts and new friendships that can result in a number of future accommodation swaps. Swapping your apartment or your house with someone in your target area will let you live there like a local resident and maybe get acquainted with your swap partner's friends and/or neighbours.

German House Swap Destinations

With its Octoberfest and Bavarian pretzels, Munich, the capital of Bavaria, is one of the most popular German destinations. The worldwide known Octoberfest draws thousand to visitors each year to this magnificent metropolis. Hofbräuhaus, Marienplatz, Englisher Garten, Fischmarkt – these are just a few must see places you have to visit. Less then 2 hours drive away is the Neuschwanstein Castle (German: Schloss Neuschwanstein) -- a nineteenth-century Romanesque palace on a rugged hill above the village -- commissioned by Ludwig II of Bavaria as a retreat and as a homage to Richard Wagner.

A major port of Europe, Hamburg, is known as avant-garde nightlife for all, especially in the St. Pauli quarter despite its reputation of being a red-light district.

After Germany’s unification Berlin became the country's capital again. The famous Branderburg Gate used to divide the East and the West part of the city. You can still see the remnants of the Berlin Wall that became the symbol of the iron curtain that used to divide Europe into two separate areas from the end of World War II in 1945 until the end of the Cold War in 1991.  The city is known for its many parks. A lot of political history spanning generations exists alongside popular nightlife and the arts.

Located on the banks of the Rhine River, Düsseldorf invits you for walks along its Promenade, shopping on the Königsallee boulevard, visiting plenty of art galleries, and beer tasting at the many pubs of Old Town.

Not far from, Düsseldorf is the other well know city of North Rhine-Westphalia -- Cologne (Köln) -- Germany's fourth-largest city. It is probably best known for Cologne Cathedral "Kölner Dom". This architectural masterpieces was declared as UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site . With about six million annual visitors the country's largest Cathedral is also Germany's most popular architectural monument.

Automobile enthusiast are invited to Stuttgart to visit museums of the famed car manufacturers of Mercedes-Benz and Porsche. Remember Nuremberg? This medieval city with cobblestone squares, and Gothic churches was the home of the post war Nuremberg Trials.

Do not forget to visit interesting places of the former East Germany Cities like Lipzig, Potsdam, Schwerin, or Rostock, are also rich in history, art and architecture. The city of Lübeck, near Kiel, also holds UNESCO World Heritage distinction for its merchant homes and churches. brick

Sites to See

Berlin – Brandenburger Tor
Bremen – guided tour of Space Center
Erfurt -- Krämerbrücke (Grocer’s Bridge)
Düsseldorf – the house of Heinrich Heine
Hamburg – Alster steamship cruises
Lipzig – Hauptbhnhoff and Old Town Hall
Lübeck -- Buddenbrooks House
Mainz -- Gutenbergmuseum
Potsdam -- Belvedere on Pfingstberg Hill
Schwerin Castle

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