The Unforgettables: What You Need to Pack for a Trip to Germany

Traveling within Europe is popular among travelers, particularly Germany. Here you’ll find rich cultural diversity, historical sites, some of the best beer in the world, filling German cuisine, vibrant nightlife, and so much more. While preparing your trip to any of these five cities, don’t forget to pack these helpful items.



Hanover is one of Germany’s cultural meccas. Here you’ll find sites such as Old Town, which is home to the largest German Flea Market. People from all over come to buy and sell products, so don’t miss out on this. It might be a good idea to travel with some extra space in your luggage, or even bring an empty bag all together. You’ll most likely be buying lots of souvenirs and authentic nick-nacks for friends and family back home if you decide to make a trip to Old Town. Here are a few Hanover hotels that will make your travel preparations easy as pie!


In Heidelberg, you’ll be exposed to some impressive architecture in all of Germany. Some popular tourist spots include Palacio de Heidelberg, Church of the Holy Spirit, Heiligenberg Monastery, and Castle Road. In addition to this, there are tons of educational museums that will teach the the history of the city, and you won’t be disappointed with the restaurant scene either. All this being said, be sure to pack a comfortable pair of shoes – you don’t want to miss out on the sightseeing because of hurting feet! After a long day of walking around, head back to one of these Heidelberg hotels.


Depending what time of year you’re traveling to Leipzig, Germany, you’ll want to pack for the weather. If you are traveling in the summer months, it is typically warm but often times rainy, so bring an umbrella. Winter in Leipzig is quite cold, so if you plan on doing a lot of walking and sightseeing, pack accordingly. No matter what time of you you choose to visit this city, you’ll have the time of your life!  Here are a few popular Leipzig hotels to help get you started.


Stuttgart is a city that appeals to people of all kinds. Whether you’re a lover of the outdoors, a beer or wine drinker, a foodie, a fashionista, or an avid history buff, there are sights throughout the city for you. Some of the most popular include the Mercedes-Benz Museum, Wilhelma Zoo and Botanical Garden, Neckar Park, Killesberg Park, Palace Square, and Sepulchral Chapel. With all of these things to see, it’s a good idea to pack a guidebook that has a map included. Check out these Stuttgart hotels for an affordable place to stay.


Just like many European cities, Nuremberg, Germany is filled with impressive architecture that dates back many centuries. Some of the most popular tourist spots include Castillo de Nuremberg, Iglesia de Nuestra Senora, and Albrecht Durer’s House. Pack a camera so that you can document your time here. For some hints on where to stay for the duration of your trip, check out these popular and affordable Nuremberg hotels.