Located in the central part of Europe, Germany is a parliamentary federal republic that is known as one of the most powerful economies in the world. It is a country that is popular for being environmentally conscious and promotes recycling, low emission standards, biodiversity and sustainable development.

The Port of Lubeck is the largest German harbor on the Baltic Sea. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, Lubeck serves as a vital port in Germany and is home to major industries like shipbuilding, metal works and food processing.

Another important harbor is the Port of Kiel which is located in the Northern part of the country in the state of Schleswig-Holstein. It lies on the Kiel Fjord which is an inlet of the Baltic Sea and is regarded as a significant maritime center where numerous sailing events are held.

And there is the Port of Rostock situated on the estuary of the Warnow River in the northeastern part of Germany. Rostock’s economy relies mainly on the local university, tourism, maritime industry and related services.

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Departure : 25 November 2017
Duration : 1 weeks