Oh it does but Germany can be/is very wet, very rainy. My wife is Belgian and I came here when I was in the Air Force and have spent 20+ years in Europe since leaving sunny Raleigh, North Carolina. One thing I noticed after being her a while is Northern Europeans (Germans, Dutch, Belgians, English (though they are NOT European) rich or poor or whatever in the summer go on vacation to the southern parts (Spain, France, Italia) and now I SO understand why! When you endure this dreary weather you have got to get away! Also, even in "summer" you might get a week or two of "good' weather and that is it! That being said at least where I live in the western part of Germany close to Kaiserslaughtern you can have a great Sept/Oct but come November the party is over till mid April/May. I've seen very wet Spring weather here to.
But as you can see from some of my captures you can be rewarded if you are patient with VERY atmospheric weather and to be honest I've seen some mornings that would blow the socks off about any landscape photographer. Pristine billboard free areas with benches overlooking entire valleys. Rolling hills that when you combine with a decent sunrise and mist that covers the land like it is alive, even the casual non-photographer observer is deeply impressed. Walking with my wife here is what got me started in photography in the first place.