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Best Leisure Activities in Germany

Best Leisure Activities in Germany

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Best Leisure Activities in Germany

There are numerous activities you can do in Germany, as an international student. 

No matter your interests, whether you are into sports and the outdoors, the indoors, music, and so on, you are sure to find something you will love doing. 

If you need ideas, here are some of the best leisure activities in Germany you can do during your free time. 

Attend Music Festivals During Summer

If you are a music festival lover, you are sure to love your stay in Germany. Almost all regions in Germany have their music festival, so, no matter where you want to study, you are sure to experience them. Most music festivals in Germany occur in the summer, from June to July. 

Germans love music, and music festivals in Germany have a long tradition, with some of them even dating back to the 20s. For example, the oldest music festival in the country, the Donaueschingen Festival, has hosted many of the 20th century’s famous composers. 

Moreover, music festivals in Germany have their own concepts, hosting various kinds of music, from classical,  jazz, to folk music, to electronic music, pop, and rock. 

Here are other famous music festivals in Germany: 

  • Fusion Festival
  • SNTTG Festival 
  • Nah am Wasser

Do Outdoor Activities and Sports in Germany

There are many outdoor activities in sports in Germany you can do during your free time. 

If you don’t have enough time to explore other places in the country, such as its mountains and its seascapes, you can go to the most accessible place to be active, your college or university. Most institutions have their own sports facilities where students can enjoy different sports, from ultimate frisbee to basketball, and so on. You can also go to Germany’s parks. There, you can already do various activities, such as jogging, Nordic walking, cycling, and so on. 

If you love the waters, some famous water activities in Germany, aside from swimming include kayaking, canoeing, and stand-up paddling.

During winter, or when visiting Germany’s snowy mountains, you can do some skiing, or snow sledding. 

If you love to explore other interesting sports in Germany, you can try playing Quidditch, which is a sport inspired by the Harry Potter books. 

Visit Germany’s Museums 

There are a lot of museums in Germany which you can visit anytime. There are thousands of museums in Germany, covering every topic and niche possible, and owned by different entities, from the Federal government to local communities, to the private organizations and companies.  

For example, there’s a museum where you can learn about the human body, hygiene, and health, through the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum. 

If you love cars and want to learn more about Germany’s Mercedes-Benz, there’s also a museum for that. The Mercedes-Benz Museum includes exhibits including more than a hundred vehicles. 

There’s also a place for people who love the seas and boats, through Germany’s International Maritimes Museum. Here, you can see exhibits of construction plans, model ships, arts, and so on. 

Those are just some of the best leisure activities in Germany you can pursue during your free time. 

If you want to learn more information and practical tips about studying and living in Germany, check out MSM Unify now to read our articles about the country. 

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