Germany In Photos

Photo of Germany In Photos 1/1 by Shruti Sidhan

Frankfurt & Munich

The rebels started their first leg of their journey from Mumbai ( India), traveling Via Istanbul to Frankfurt.We landed in Frankfurt on a cold evening around 7pm at Frankfurt Airport.

Some of our experiences are captured greatly in our pictures below

We got to witness a beautiful set of dancers who had come together as activists outside our hostel & performed a sweet show for a large audience which had gathered.

The Frankfurt hostel was bustling with a great vibe.A great set of youngsters chatting,some playing some instruments & listening to music,others reading and some standing at the balcony facing the lovely streets of Frankfurt and enjoying a beer or two

The lovely Meninger Hotel at Munich City centre was our pad for 2 nights.( would highly recommend them).Not only because they surprised us with a free upgrade to a private suite from a 8 room dorm,but because they have a great vibe, a cute bar, generous staff and some lovely guests.

We had a privilege of tasting some of the best local Bavarian beers.

Amazing architecture & culture

History & Art

Beautiful buildings and architecture around the city. Frankfurt & Munich both have a unique touch to it of modern and medieval setting.Munich is quite well known for its big museums and cathedrals

After spending the day seeing some of the beautiful architecture,local areas, we went to this lovely man made ice lake.The route was through the very pretty Englischer Garten, German for "English Garden", is a large public park in the centre of Munich, Bavaria, stretching from the city centre to the northeastern city limits.

The Main is a river in Germany. With a length of 527 km, it is the longest right tributary of the Rhine, and the longest river lying entirely in Germany.

Beautiful streets

Colorful streets, filled with restaurants & pubs.Munich has it all.

The Eisbach (German for "ice brook") is a small man-made river, 2 kilometres long, in Munich. It flows through the park known as the Englischer Gartenand is a side arm of the Isar River. A manmade wave has been created on one section, where surfers come & spend evenings surfing.We saw a very talented bunch one evening.

The local tram system is so well connected & easily accessible.

FC Byern celebration

Pretty people of Germany


We got to try some yummy sausages known as Bratwurst: The name means "farmers' sausage,"

Germany has an extremely beautiful culture !

Happy exploring

This post was originally published on Rebel In Transit.