City Camping: Germany's Most Popular Cities
It is a common misconception that camping only takes place in the midst of nature. Germany's vibrant hearts - its cities - also offer surprisingly charming corners for camping in Germany.
Berlin, the uncontested queen of German cities, captivates with its history and culture. With the camper, you get up in the morning in Kreuzberg and stroll through the Brandenburg Gate or along the Spree during the day. And the best part? In this metropolis you will find numerous pitches for city camping that are right in the middle of the action.
Munich shows you that tradition and modernity can go hand in hand. Here you can enjoy a wheat beer at Englischer Garten and then go shopping at Marienplatz. For campers there are perfect campsites around the city, where you can experience Bavarian hospitality up close.
In Hamburg, the port city of Germany, you can catch a whiff of maritime flair. From the fish market to the Speicherstadt - the Nordic heart beats here. And as a camper? You can park directly next to the river at the Elbe and watch the ships go by.
Not to forget Cologne with its impressive cathedral and the bank of the Rhine, which invites you to linger. A cool Kölsch in your hand and the world immediately seems a little more colourful.