Reasons to Love Germany

Reasons to love Germany.

Sometimes a country can completely capture the heart of a traveler. For some, the reasons to hate a country are few to none.

Travelers, please submit a list of reasons explaining what you loved about visiting Germany.

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Gorilla Safaris in Uganda

February 3rd, 2011

I guess there things to love or hate about every place in this world. That' just the irony of life. There's some places that i absolutely love though both the good and the bad, they all balance out.

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qwert

August 15th, 2012

GERMANY IS THE MODERN FATHER OF EUROPE
THE DEFENDER OF THE CHRISTAN WORLD = GERMAN KAISER
the mothland of martin luther and protestant
p.s the german = mr white =most whites ind the world have german origin /descent

I KNOW JEWS HATE THE WHITE AND JESUS
I KNOW ISLAM HATE THE WHITE (MOSTLY GERMANS)
I KNOW BLACKS HATE THE WHITES (MOSTLY GERMANS)
I KNOW THE SLAVIC PEOPLE HATE THE NON Eastern Orthodox IN WEST (MOSTLY GERMANS)

i say to the eu people.. consumed with envy germany pay the debt in EU

and the other non eu/christians /white = FUCK YOU
GERMANY IS TODAY MR EUROPE
EU IS GERMANY

The economy of the European Union generates a GDP of over €12.629 trillion (US$17.578 trillion in 2011) according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), making it the largest economy in the world. The European Union (EU) economy consists of a single market and the EU is represented as a unified entity in the World Trade Organization (WTO).

GERMANY IS THE BIG BOSS IN EU MORE RESPECT !
EU IS THE RICHEST PLACE IN THE WORLD
AND GERMANY IST THE RICHEST LAND IN EU(HALF EUROPE)
GERMANY IS THE LEADER IN EU

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HanVan

September 8th, 2012

Quert, your post is typical arrogant bull that could only come from a German, I'm afraid.
How do you praise yourself for being "the defender of the christian world"? Are you happy to live in such a theocracy?

Sorry to burst your bubble, but Germany sucks ass in every respect. I had the misfortune to suffer there for 5 years!

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Jaleyna

October 31st, 2012

hm reasons to love Germany. The people are nice, their language sounds nice, nice food, nice salads, lovely buildings, lots of history on display, the people are hard working, the shopping there is nice, the supermarkets and hardware stores are nice, its just a nice country and the people are generally very nice.

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yannik

January 18th, 2013

germany is the most beatiful country in the world. our govermental system works well and we are the most important member of the uk. german people are very polite and friendly and the german food is the best in the world. before the 2.WW we had a great history,too.

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Suffering

February 16th, 2013

Come on Germans, be realistic one time, this action of "hiding heads in the sand" as we say, like the ostrich, and ignoring all problems and hoping they will magically vanish. Don't forget that your country was the reason for the 1.WW and the 2.WW, and will be the reason for the next if it comes. Still the same old system and rules, misusing the people and foreigners. Click on "Reasons to Hate Germany" down here and read how are people suffering in your country.

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Clark

February 16th, 2013

I love this country. All the times I went there, I was very well treated by them.
Everything is so clean, civilized, organized and tidy. Everything works. And you can see an identity in the people (native Germans).
Well done, Germany! Keep being the way it is: an example to the world.
You have numbers to prove how better you are than the rest. If people say the opposite, well.. envy is everywhere.

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Alvin

July 17th, 2013

- Fairy tales
- Castles
- Cuckoo clocks
- Intracity public transport
- Intercity public transport also
- Technology
- Culture
- History, tradition
- Dirndls and Lederhosen
- Classical music
- Friends like books: few and well-read. Acquaintances exist too, but the friendships are anything but superficial. A true German friend will stick with you through anything.
- Beautiful rolling hills and landscapes (in the south)
- Christmas markets
- Gluhwein (and public transport means you don't have to worry about getting drunk off your rocker)
- Quality
- Even the McDonaldses are made of quality. The ones in my small town had a fireplace or a balcony.
- They REALLY love their kids. Living in Germany was the first time I actually -understood- why people want to raise a family. They spend time with their kids everywhere (better than letting the TV raise them).
- Beergardens. We don't have the same culture in the U.S. because everyone drives instead of walking. In Germany, you bump into your neighbors a lot more often.
- Safety
- Döner
- Bread (~300 varieties!?)
- Bakers who pull into your parking lot in the morning so everyone gets breakfast
- The neighbors I had while I was there were the kindest, friendliest, most inclusive people I ever met, involving me in their barbecues and everything.
- So was my boss and everyone at work.
- The economy
- Sports/entertainment stars
- Concern for the environment
- Greenery everywhere, even in the densest cities
- Penitance for past sins, but courage to move forward
- Football
- Volksmusic (Polka), Hannes Wader
- Gamma Ray, Freedom Call, Van Canto… (they know how to do Metal), Toten Hosen, Wir Sind Helden, Neue Deutsche Harte
- German Electronic music
- Hans Zimmer
- Variety shows
- Windows. Their windows are the most clever contraption ever invented.
- German alcohol, sausage, cars
- Beerfests. I don't care if your town is only 5000 people, it has half a dozen breweries and several beerfests.
- The police were extremely helpful and even helped me carry my luggage.
- Parts of the Autobahn without speed limits
- The language is just fun
- Many I've forgotten

Of course, everything has a price, there are exceptions, etc. relative to what you expect and are used to (e.g. quality takes time and money, aloofness or brusqueness, expensive to raise a family..). It has the problems of a rich country.

But for someone who prefers solitude, quality, beauty, and magic, this country has few equals.

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