If you visit Germany during the months of November and December, you can visit its charming Christmas Markets (Christkindlesmarkt).
These markets are characterized by dressing in light and color during the Christmas season and offering visitors local handicrafts, gifts and typical seasonal cuisine such as mulled wine (Glühwein) and a variety of sweets from the region.
Transportation system: Like most European countries, Germany has an excellent transportation system. Once you get there, you can make use of public transport, which allows you to reach any point of the city without complications and at a reasonable price.
Did someone say beer? Well, Germany has this particular charm. Beer is a very important part of your culture and identity as a country. Drinking a beer in Germany is quite an experience, it is very common to see traditional tables where customers (even without knowing each other) sit together to drink a good local beer. In addition, every year the world famous Oktoberfest takes place, this great celebration of approximately 2 weeks where more than 7 million liters of beer are consumed, as well as delighting the palate of the attendees with the delicious local gastronomy. What better reason to visit this country?