Germany is a beautiful country in the western region of Europe, featuring medieval villages, charming cobblestone streets, half-timbered houses, world-class art, rolling hills, and fairy tale castles. The scenery of Germany is almost too picturesque to describe.
This country offers various activities varying from UNESCO World Heritage Sites to breathtaking nature scenes. There are quite a few cities and travel spots that will appease visitors seeking to learn everything about Germany.
We’re starting with Berlin, Germany’s art and culture hub and capital. This beautiful city in northern Germany has a stronghold on its past and pays homage through a long list of museums to tour. Touring museum island in Berlin aids in seeing some of the best museums in Germany in one complex.
Cologne, the fourth-largest city, has a history that dates back 2,000 years and could be considered a much larger university “town.” This culturally rich city houses an incredible botanic garden, Romanesque churches, and a long list of museums.
Neuschwanstein Castle is a lovely UNESCO World Heritage Site that overlooks quaint villages in the lush green mountaintops of Bavaria. It resides nearby the famed Black Forest National Park and is one of the aforementioned fairy tale castle locations that transports visitors back to a different time. Travel through the lush forests and majestic mountains on the Romantic Road leading from Würzburg through Bavaria into Fussen.
Mittenwald is one of the many preserved medieval town options that visitors can spend time exploring. It resides at the base of the Northern Alps, providing travelers with a respite from the busier cities throughout Germany.
Pick from Quedlinburg, another charming village with art deco buildings stacked in the outer portion of its old town. Or, admire the town hall in Rothenburg ob der Tauber, which features a combination of gothic and Renaissance-style architecture.
This incredible country has offered its astonishing architecture and beauty to many films, including The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Traveling to the city of Hamburg allows visitors to learn more about the German government by visiting the Rathaus, aka city hall. This building provides impressive neo-renaissance architecture with detailed statues situated outside this parliament building. Tranquil canals run through Hamburg’s red-hued buildings and homes. Music wafts through the air outside the Elbphilharmonie concert hall, captivating locals and visitors alike.
See the beauty of Germany from a different perspective as tranquil music plays in the background. Enjoy a virtual tour of Germany in 4K featuring some of its beautiful national parks, famous landmarks, and charming castles.
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