History, culture and natural beauty perhaps best describe the depth of the holidays in Germany. With its many historic cities and small towns, as well as a myriad of forests and mountains, tourists are dispersed by choice when it comes to choosing a unique destination. Spectators or sightseeing must travel to places like big cities like Munich, Frankfurt, or Hamburg, while those looking for adventure activities should visit places like Bavaria Alps, Black Forest, or Rhine Valley.
Lovely old churches and beautiful palaces are everywhere, and in smaller towns and cities - some with their old towns Old Town still standing - many ancient traditions, including traditional Christmas markets, festivals, and spots, continue to this day. At the heart of German culture lies the capital, Berlin, which is home to many fine museums and galleries, while nature lovers will discover the world's most exotic landscapes. For ideas to help plan your trip, read our list of top travel destinations in Germany.
If you are wondering what you will see in Germany, we recommend you start with the Brandenburg Historic Gate in Berlin. Built in 1791, the monument was erected behind the Acropolis in Athens. This 18th-century monumnet made for beautiful sculpture. Add it to your lean of places to visit in Germany.
A Gothic masterpiece, Kölner Dom is among the best places to visit in Germany. It is one of the largest Catholic churches in Europe covering an area of 6,166 square meters with 56 large pillars. The 56 surrounding pillars boast an even greater spatial dimension. Panel views from the south towers emphasize the importance of the area further. Interiors have stunning gold art sculptures and a stained-glass window from the 12th century.
The Black Forest:
The Great Black Forest with its dark, forested hills is one of the most visited destinations in all of Europe. It is located in the southwestern corner of Germany and extends 160 kilometers from Pforzheim in the north to Waldshut in Upper Grahamstown in the south, mountainous skies.
On the west side, it descends steadily to the Rhine, crossing the open valleys, while to the east, descending comfortably down the valleys above the Ncamar and Danube. Popular destinations include the old German ski resort in Todtnau, the beautiful spa facilities of Baden-Baden, and the beautiful lounge area of Bad Liebenzell.
Berlin is undoubtedly one of the best places in Germany. And among its many treasures is the famous Museum of Museum aka Museum Island. This pedestrian-friendly region is among the best places to visit in Germany.
Perhaps the most attractive and popular attraction in Munich, Marienplatz aka Marien Square is located in the heart of this historic city. There are many attractions here such as New Town Hall, Clock Tower, Historic Buildings etc. The best time to visit is 11 AM or in the afternoon especially if you want to hear the sound of the Glockenspiel bell. Also see the repositioning of Bavarian historical events in 32 figures.
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