A land of contrasts, culture, history and genuine charm. Germany's city destinations have so much to offer, from beer festivals, to art galleries, to historic buildings and monuments. And the countryside is equally inspiring. The Rhine Valley, with its imposing gorges and pristine castles, is well worth visiting.
Getting to Germany with Eurolines is easy! We provide a range of services to 25 destinations across the country. Destinations include Berlin, Cologne, Dortmund, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich and Stuttgart.
Departures are from London Victoria Coach Station. You get a free luggage allowance of two medium size suitcases plus an item of hand luggage. With city centre to city centre travel there are no expensive transfers to pay for and there are no check-in fees either!
How about indulging into some stress-free shopping whilst treating yourself to some mulled wine and traditional European treats? Throw in the breathtaking scenery and great prices, there’s no reason not too!
Simply use the Journey planner on the left to book your travel to Germany today. If you're travelling from outside London we have a special rate connection fare on National Express services for just £15 return from any National Express departure point.
Discover Berlin by coach
If you're into fashion, art, design and music, then the German capital is the place to be! It pulses with a seemingly endless list of attractions: museums, galleries, gourmet restaurants and even opera houses, whatever floats your boat!
Historic landmarks from the 20th century are everywhere in Berlin - the Reischstag, Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie and what's left of the Berlin Wall.
It's not just the history that draws people here. The nightlife is legendary! Berlin's cafes and bars are vibrant meeting places for locals and tourists alike.
You won't be disappointed spending time in this fascinating city.
Discover Cologne by coach
Now the the fourth biggest city in Germany, Middle Ages Cologne was one of the most important cities in the Holy Roman Empire. In 1248 work began on its imposing cathedral, designed to house the relics of the Three Wise Men. Known as the Dom, it was once the world's tallest building, finished six hundred years later. It is still Germany's most visited attraction.
This modern city on the Rhine with a 2000 year history, is home to 12 Romanesque churches, almost 40 museums and more than 100 galleries. The city hosts numerous events, international exhibitions and its colourful and bustling Christmas markets attract almost 100 million visitors every year. Cologne is an insiders tip among Germany's retail centres with ample choice of shopping streets and old town alleys with unique flair. Not forgetting the exceptionally distinct nightlife with the highest concentration of pubs of all German cities.
Sightseeing in Cologne is concentrated around the Dom, with three major museums just a stones throw away.
Discover Frankfurt by coach
Frankfurt is well worth seeing! For a start, the nightlife and food (think frankfurters and much more) are legendary! And if you reckon you're up to the museum challenge, try out the longest mile of museums (14 of them) in Europe - the Museumsufer (Museum Embankment) on the southern bank of the Main in Frankfurt.
Sachsenhausen is the oldest district in Frankfurt. It's on the south side of the river, and it's where you should head for all the main bars, clubs and restaurants, all housed in traditional buildings. The best views of the city can be seen from the observation platform of the 200m high Main Tower.
Discover Dusseldorf by coach
The capital of Germany's North Rhine-Westphalia state, Dusseldorf is a melting pot of old and new! In the vibrant Old Town you'll find more than 260 bars and pubs. And for the slower ‘day after', head for the The Old Town where you'll find art collections and museums including: Kunst Palast (museum art palace) and the Film Museum. Also, check out the Rheinufer Promenade - with riverside walking trails, nearby cycle paths and plenty of beer gardens!
Discover Hamburg by coach
Germany's second largest city, Hamburg has loads to offer. Art and culture, smash hit international musicals to rival New York and London, great museums, excellent restaurants, great shopping and an exhilarating nightlife!
The Reeperbahn in St Pauli is infamous around the world and is said to be the world's most decadent mile! Expect a host of bars, pubs, discos, clubs and snack bars. It's also the area where the Beatles shot to fame in the 60's, taking the city by storm with their gigs at the legendary Start Club.
Once you've tackled the Reeperbahn, why not take a boat tour of the port which departs from the Landungsbrucken quayside.
And when you're ready to kick back, visit the Inner Alster lakeside, which is lined with cafes, shops and the exclusive Jungfernstieg waterfront.
Discover Munich by coach
Munich is the Capital of the state of Bavaria and lies near the foot of the German Alps. It's Germany's second most popular destination after Berlin, and pretty much has it all - be it culture, hi-tech shopping, parks and greenery, night-life, awesome architecture, or even skiing and sailing close by. And, of course, beer! The Hofbrauhaus is a magnet for those seeking great food and a stein of Germany's finest!
There is a lot more to Munich than just the Oktoberfest, but it is certainly one of the things that put Munich on the map.
Many of the city's main attractions are in the immediate vicinity, so sightseeing can easily be done on foot or by hopping on and off trams. The former artists' quarter is the most fashionable part of the city, with numerous cafes, bars, restaurants and clubs.
Discover Stuttgart by coach
Baden-Württemberg's state capital, Stuttgart is all about picturesque scenery, relaxed vineyards, timbered buildings, palaces and castles. There are six palaces in Stuttgart alone. Don't miss The Old Palace - the oldest in Stuttgart. The original structure, a moated castle, was built in the 10th century. Since 1948 it has been home to the Württemberg State Museum. For car fans, Stuttgart will always be linked to the automobile. This is where one of the very first automobiles was conceived by Wilhelm Maybach and Gottlieb Daimler.
Discover Nuremburg by coach
This is a city where you can catch up on culture. Awe-inspiring architecture, stunning views and famous gothic churches are everywhere. And its history is fascinating.
The Documentation Centre in the Nazi Party Rally Grounds gives you an insight into the workings of Hitler's Third Reich. This aspect of the city's history is also documented at the Memorium Nuremburg Trials Museum at the Palace of Justice where the trials of the Nazi war criminals were held in 1946.
Nuremburg also has a world famous Christmas market. Thousands of lights illuminate the old quarter, and the aromas of gluhwein (like mulled wine), bratwurst and spicy gingerbread waft through the air.