On the other side of the Rhine, Germany is full of riches. Among them is Berlin, the country’s backbone. For many years, the German capital offers travellers an unbeatable cultural diversity compared to its European counterparts. Far from the days when the city was divided into two by the wall of shame, Berlin now proudly displays its assets including Potsdamer Platz; the birthplace of Berlin’s nightlife. But a stay in many other cities in Germany can be just as festive. Cologne, in addition to its cathedral, is known as a haven for night owls and especially fans of electronic music. And how can we forget the Munich and its famous Oktoberfest? The largest beer festival in the country, taking place every year on the last week of September and first of October and it is in itself a reason to stay in Germany. The only way to discover the Bavarian folklore, in the middle of a crowd of people from Munich, is their festival clothes, namely for women Dirndl and Lederhosen for men. The country of Goethe is before anything a land of rich culture and tradition.