Germany is one such nation in Europe that is often overlooked in travel matters. But, a visit to the nation will definitely change your perspective. The gorgeous country is filled with deep forests, fairy tale castles, and postcard-perfect locales, which are both captivating and charming at the same time.
The title of being one of the progressive, hip, and culturally diverse cities in the world has to go to Berlin. The capital of the country is packed with lip-smacking cuisines, incredible history, and stunning artworks that make it a top contender in the list. For a more detailed viewing start off with the Berlin wall which is a witness to some amazing graffiti works. Apart from that, the city has over 180 museums which make you cover historical ground, cathedrals soaked in impressive architecture, and Berlin TV Tower that gives you a panoramic view of the place. And for all the foodies out there, the iconic “Currywurst” willdefinitelymake your tastebuds rejoice.
Nuremberg is another destination in the country which is famous for the “Christkindlemarkt”. The market is one of the most-awaited Christmas gatherings in the country and lures millions of tourists every year. Apart from witnessing the gargantuan market place, Nuremberg also has a string of museums that can be pursued for getting a quick sneak peek into history. Other places to get enamored are Imperial Castle which is a testament to the medieval era, churches, and World War II sites.
Mainz is another of the interesting places to map onto while in Germany. The city is the birthplace of Johannes Gutenberg and is also known as the wine capital of the country. With a horde of exciting places in and around the city, Mainz is also known for its culinary delights like Belgian Waffles, pancakes, and Granola. Head out to the St Martins Cathedral which is 1,000 years old and to the St Stephan’s Church for its impressive blue Chagall windows. Apart from that do visit the old town, Gutenberg Museum, and wrap it up with a drink on the Rhine river.
Germany is full of historical delights, and Lubeck is one of them. Listed as the “World Heritage Site” by UNESCO, the mid-size German city is a maritime hub, all thanks to its location on the Baltic sea. While in the city make a visit to Altstadt which is lined with streets and alleys perfect for sightseeing. Other than that one can also visit Holstentor that is a famous landmark in the country. With churches, museums, and boat tours, Lubeck is full of surprises and a must-visit place in the country.
A diverse mix of culture and attractions is what awaits you at Stuttgart. The city sits on a high pedestal for culture hounds who can easily trail through the endless list of museums for a quick slice of history. While museums exert a firm dominion over the city’s topography, there are other attractions worth checking out. From architectural delights like Killesberg tower to parks, Stuttgart has everything in its territory. And for those who love wine, a day trip to the wineries will surely make your trip worthwhile.
- Neuschwanstein Castle
If there is one sight in Germany that you cannot afford to miss than it is the Neuschwanstein castle. The property was built to provide the then ruler King Ludwig lI a break from public life. Today, the castle stands as an epitome of architectural finesse and is visited by millions of people every year. Perched on a cliff, the castle is surrounded by Bavarian Alps, lakes, and foliage which gives it a romantic fairytale setting from all aspects.
Berchtesgaden is a sleepy town in the country which shares its territory with Austria. Rolling hills, lush forests, alpine lakes, and valleys make this place utterly stunning. The city is perfect for a romantic trip with your soulmate as it has lots of ground to cover. Start off the tour with Lake Konigsee, and drive all the way to RossfeldPanoramastrasse to enjoy an undivided view of the surroundings. And for those who love a little adventure, plan a trip in winter for amazing skiing activity in Jenner Mountain.
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