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Travelling to Germany by motorhome

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Through Germany by motorhome

Germany is immensely popular with motorhomers throughout Europe. There are few countries that offer so much diversity during a campervan trip. From the relatively flat north to the rolling inland to the hills and mountains in the south, the bustling cities are all fun to visit by motorhome and are steeped in history. Sometimes time seems to have stood still here. With its many beautiful sights and a diverse landscape, Germany is the country par excellence to discover on your next motorhome trip.

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Capital                               Berlin
Population                       83.02 million (2019)
Official language            German
Surface                              357,543 km2
Currency                           Euro
Total motorhomes        +675,000

Motorhome stopovers in Germany

One of the largest and most popular countries for travellig by motorhome. Choose from one of the nearly 3,000 motorhome stops throughout Germany, from official motorhome pitches at local farmer's! Germany has it all.

Click here to go exploring in Germany.

Click here to go exploring in Germany.

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Camperstops in Germany

Reisemobilhafen Twistesee Bad Arolsen Germany
Camperplaats Parkplatz am Emsseepark Warendorf Germany
NATURCAMP Pruchten
Reisemobilstellplatz Geisingen Germany
Nettersheim wohnmobilhafen
Charlottenhohle reisemobilstation
Camperstop-App Andorid
Camperstop-App iOs
motorhome journey through Germany

Motorhome-trip through Germany

Germany has many beautiful cities to visit on a motorhome journey, including of course the capital Berlin. The city is bursting with history, but also shows its modern side. In and around Berlin there are a number of motorhome sites, ideal for a city trip with the camper van! Besides Berlin, the port city of Hamburg is worth a visit, with its beautiful warehouses as the most famous image, and Bremen, a true Hanseatic city, is also recommended. The German nature lures us to be active. Go hiking and biking during your campervan trip or practice various winter sports in the winter months.

Before you go on your motorhome journey to Germany, buy an environmental badge. It is compulsory to carry an emergency triangle and safety vests for the driver and passengers.

motorhome journey through Germany

Motorhome stopovers in Germany

Germany has almost 3000 camperstops and is therefore the perfect destination for you as a motorhomer. For example, there are many campervan sites around the Moselle with a beautiful view of the river and endless vines. This region is therefore mainly known for its famous Moselle wines, but a visit to the fairytale Burg Eltz or to the city of Trier, with its many Roman excavations, is also definitely worthwhile during a campervan trip through this region. The Black Forest is also a great place to visit with a motorhome. The nature reserve is also ideally suited for a pleasant walking or cycling tour where you will be treated to the most beautiful views and landscapes. Many of the camper pitches in this region serve perfectly as a base for your activities and are situated at fine locations in the midst of German natural beauty.

See the full range of camperstops in Germany here.

motorhome journey through Germany

Motorhome routes through Germany

On a motorhome journey through Germany, magnificent historical and industrial cities alternate with the most beautiful green nature. Here and there, even a castle rises above the greenery. Not surprisingly, there are several well-known camper routes through the country! The Romantic Road belongs to one of the best known camper routes in the country. As the name suggests, this route takes you past the most romantic views and castles. The Fairy Tale Route is also a magical route to drive with a motorhome. Here you follow the path of the Brothers Grimm and meet their fairy tales in person along the way. In addition, the Alpine route is popular with camper van drivers. It takes you past the most beautiful mountains in the south of the country, along the border to Austria. You can also take a refreshing dip in the water of Lake Constance, Germany's largest lake.