Germany is one of the best tourist destinations in the Europe. After the World War II and Cold War, Germany has reconstructed magnificently, and the country has beautiful countryside, fascinating cities, rich history and beautiful architecture.
Berlin is capital of Germany with 3.5 million populations. And it’s Germany‘s largest city, and second most populous city proper and seventh most populous urban in European Union.
Berlin is a city with number of world famous landmarks, including Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag, Berlin TV Tower, beautiful cathedrals, picturesque Spree River, Pergamon Museums, Gendarmen market & etc.
Barlin Brandenburg Gate
Bauhaus Museum Weimar
Barlin Berlin TV Tower
Barlin Pergamon Museums
Munich is the capital of Bavaria, 3rd largest city in Germany and it is the beer drinking capital of Germany. Munich was almost completely destroyed in World War II, after world war it has reconstructed magnificently. Munich is important center of banking, media and high powered industry BMW. It is home to world class art museums, a lively cultural scene, and boisterous nightlife and of course Oktoberfest.
Munich English Garden
Munich Old Pinakothek
Munich Isar River
03. The Rhine River
The Rhine River is one of the most beautiful waterways in the world. The Rhine is a river that flows from Grisons in the eastern Swiss Alps to the North Sea coast in the Netherlands and is the twelfth longest river in Europe. There are three popular tourist attractions in the Rhine Valley; Reichenstein Castle, Rheinfels Castle and Loreley Rock.
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany, and its largest port city is fondly known as a Gateway to the World. Hamburg is the city with more than 4,000 restaurants, 50 museums, 30 theaters, 6 music halls, 2 rivers and more.
St. Michael’s tower, Hamburg
Park Planten un Blomen
Miniatur Wounderland, Hamburg
Frankfurt Germany is one of Europe‘s most vibrant and modern cities. It is situated on the beautiful Main River in the German state of Hesse. Frankfurt has many interesting attractions, art galleries and museums.
Opera Square, Frankfurt Germany
European Central Bank, Frankfurt Germany
Schirn Art Gallery, Frankfurt Germany
Ikonen Museum, Frankfurt Germany
Dresden is the capital city of the Free State of Saxony in Germany. It is situated in a valley on the River Elbe, near the Czech border. Dresden have many interesting tourist attractions;
The Church of Our Lady
Zwinger and Semper Opera House
Cologne is Germany‘s fourth largest city, and is the largest city both in the German Federal State of North Rhine-Westphalia. Cologne is located on both sides of the Rhine River. The city’s has many interesting tourist attractions, Cologne Cathedral, Catholic Archbishop of Cologne and University of Cologne is one of Europe‘s oldest and largest universities.
University of Cologne
Museum Ludwig, Cologne
Chocolate Museum Cologne
Heidelberg is a city in south-west Germany and the fifth-largest city in the State of Baden. Heidelberg has narrow streets and intricate, beautiful houses and a baroque charm that survived after significantly less damage from allied bombing during World War II. The city’s has many interesting places; oldest and one of the most respected university, world famous castle ruins, Heidelberger Schloss, dominating the view of the old downtown.
Carl Theodor Old Bridge
Weimar is a famous for its cultural heritage in Germany. It is located in the federal state of Thuringia, north of the Thüringer Wald, east of Erfurt, and southwest of Halle and Leipzig. Its current population is approximately 65,000. The city’s has many interesting tourist attractions including Buchenwald Memorial, Wittumspalais, Bauhaus Museum and National Goethe Museum and Goethe House.
Goethe House, Weimar
Bauhaus Museum Weimar
Nuremberg is Bavaria’s second city after Munich. A lively city with a valued history of over one thousand years, Nuremberg is an economic powerhouse and a tolerant city offering a high quality life for its citizens. The city’s has many interesting tourist attractions; Nuremberg Toy Museum, Reichsparteigelande, DB Museum
Nuremberg Toy Museum
DB Museum Nuremberg