Western Germany GuideWestern Germany incorporates the states of Germany border on the Benelux countries. Western Germany's primary attraction is the Rhine Valley and the cities and castles along it. HotelsFind hotels in Cologne, Dusseldorf, Bonn, Bochum and more.
Popular in Western GermanyCologneCologne is situated on the river Rhein in North Rhine-Westphalia and is the fourth largest city in Germany with around 1,000,000 inhabitants. DüsseldorfDüsseldorf is a city in western Germany located on the River Rhine and is the capital city of the state North Rhine-Westphalia. BonnBonn was the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany and lies on the river Rhine some 28 km south of Cologne.
In Western GermanyNorth Rhine-WestphaliaNorth Rhine-Westphalia is a state in the northwest of Germany. Bergisches Land Cologne Lowland Eifel Lower Rhine Münsterland Ruhr Sauerland-Siegerland Teutoburg Forest North Rhine-Westphalia is a German state and founded 1946 by the British government. Rhineland-PalatinateRhineland-Palatinate is a state of Germany. The largest wine producing area in Germany, it is home to 6 of the 9 wine-producing districts in Germany and is full of museums, exhibitions and castles. EifelThe Eifel is a region in Western Germany that lies in two German states: Rhineland-Palatinate and North Rhine-Westphalia. SaarlandThe Saarland is a small federal state of Germany, located in the west of the country and forming part of the German border with France and Luxemburg.