Army Contracting Command (ACC) sites throughout Germany are host to numerous American employees who have grown fond of this beautiful country. Great architecture and history as well as fine shopping, picturesque villages, and world-renowned beer and wine festivals await Americans who choose to make Germany their home away from home. Additionally, school-age children are eligible for registration in the excellent Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DODDS) in Germany.
Germany is home to vibrant cities, majestic castles, and historical palaces and abbeys. An unparalleled combination of culture, beautiful landscapes and recreational opportunities provide truly unforgettable experiences. Whether you are interested in superior quality of life, family fun or sports, ACC in Germany is waiting for you.
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Bamberg is located in the Franconian wine producing region of the state of Bavaria; a pleasant place characterized by rivers winding past countless walled towns with half-timbered homes and cobblestone streets dating back to the Middle Ages. Often called "Little Prague on the Regnitz" because of a skyline view similar to Prague's, and also has a section called "Little Venice" because of its waterways.
Grafenwohr, one of the largest garrisons in Europe has a combined military and civilian population of more than 25,000. A billion-dollar construction program was launched a couple of years ago and as a result there is a new and spacious post exchange, new commissary, two new schools, a new dining facility, a new physical fitness center, and a brand new 830-unit housing area on Netzaberg near Eschenbach.
Priding itself as host to one of Germany's national soccer teams, Kaiserslautern is well known for being home to more than 50,000 Americans.
The world headquarters for Mercedes-Benz and Porsche, Stuttgart's cosmopolitan attractions include fine shops, restaurants, pubs, and bakeries, and is well known for its therapeutic mineral baths.
A $500 million building boom, the 18-hole Rheinblick golf course, and the largest Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) sports store in Europe make Wiesbaden an enviable destination.
A Mozart Festival, 600 classical concerts annually, and the Martin Wagner Museum are among the Wurzburg attractions that Americans enjoy in this scenic German town.