When you think of a trip to Germany, you're typically thinking about beer, saurkraut, and the Autobahn. Now, you can add beaches to that list. That's right, beaches. Turns out Germany's northeastern seafront is the place to see and be seen when summer's heat tops the mercury. While completely frigid during the winter, the beaches along the North and Baltic Seas begin to sizzle once the sun comes out, making resorts in this area a popular destination for Germans, especially Berliners.