Top 10 places to visit in Germany

Top 10 places to visit in Germany

Top 10 places to visit in Germany

Discover 10 of Germany’s most popular destinations with your photos!

With medieval towns, fascinating holiday villages set in the mountains and great cities, it is possible to find something for everyone and every taste in Germany. You can make wonderful memories by visiting this wonderful 10 corner of Germany.

1. Quedlinburg

Quedlinburg

When you come to Quedlinburg, it’s not like you’re feeling backwards on a journey back in time. Located in the north of the Harz Mountains, this charming medieval city is on the UNESCO World Heritage list as one of the most beautiful symbols of the Renaissance period. In Quedlinburg you will find colorful half-timbered houses and cobbled streets, as well as “Has”, the oldest house of Germany dating back to the 1300s.

Quedlinburg is most easily accessible from Leipzig, Hannover and Berlin.

2. Munich

Munich

Bavaria’s capital city and the host of traditional Oktoberfest Munich are famous for its superb mountain views and beer halls full of cheerful people. Of course the beauties of Munich are not just beer and fun. Selected as one of the most livable cities in the world in recent years, Munich is a must-see place to visit, where splendid history and modern masterpieces, shopping, cultures, lakes, mountains and many natural beauties blend with city life.

Bavaria’s pearl to Munich!

3. Cologne

Cologne

The first cologne produced in Cologne in 1709 is from the famous city, and there is even a cologne museum in the city. Built on the River Rhine, this elegant city is renowned for its twin towers. In Cologne, where the Hohenzollern Bridge is covered with a large chocolate museum and “love locks”, lovers have a never-ending love affair, throwing the key to the locks they lock onto the bridge.

4. Berlin

Berlin

From the great restaurants in Berlin to the nightlife, museums and art galleries to the magnificent structures such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Charlottenburg Palace and the Berlin Cathedral, it is possible to find everything you are looking for. In short, it is impossible for you to suffer in Berlin for things to do and places to go. There are so many places to visit galleries from historic walking tours, galleries from jazz clubs, and you may need to visit Berlin more than once. The West Side Gallery, the largest open-air gallery in the world, exhibits artworks that are part of the famous Berlin Wall and stretches for 1 km across the wall, is one of the most interesting places to visit.

Germany’s capital city to Berlin!

5. Mittenwald

Mittenwald

If you want to enjoy the climate of the Alps with clean air, the Bavarian Alps are waiting for you with magnificent views. Mittenwald, renowned for its violin, viola and cello production since the 17th century, hosts winter skiing and winter sports lovers in the winter while concerts and conferences are held in the summer. If you want to go on a different Germany trip, you can opt for the lesser-known pearls of Germany, such as Mittenwald, by turning away from the routes everyone knows.

Mittenwald is the easiest way to reach Munich or Innsbruck.

6. Hamburg

Hamburg

If you are having a Sunday in Hamburg with the world’s third largest port after London and New York, you can stop by at the Fischmarkt and browse and savor the delightful, enviable seafood. If you like shopping you will want to visit the huge shopping area called Alsterarkaden. If you want to get away from the city life a bit, you can visit Europe’s largest Japanese garden Pflanzen und Blumen. It is also possible to travel to Hamburg with the world’s largest miniature railway, which is also called “the world’s escape point” by many!

7. Heidelberg

Heidelberg

Heidelberg Castle

If you are looking for a romantic place full of natural beauty, Heidelberg is for you. The city, home to the largest university in Germany, has inspired famous artists such as Goethe, Mark Twain and William Turner throughout history. The castle, overlooking the cobbled alleys of the charming town of Baroque style, is one of Heidelberg’s most popular spots, with its beautiful scenery.

Heidelberg is the easiest way to get to Frankfurt or Stuttgart.

8. Bremen

Bremen

This historical city of northern Germany is also known as the birthplace of Beck’s bears. You can join the brewery trips in Bremen, taste this taste at home. If you are looking for an out-of-date trip, you can stop by Schnoor, the oldest part of the city, with its narrow streets, shops and for many generations the restaurants run by the same family. The 1200-year-old Dom St. Petri (St. Petri Cathedral) and the UNESCO World Heritage List, Rathaus are among the places to be seen. Do not forget to stop by at the famous Ratskeller restaurant, which has the oldest wine collection in Germany, and have a nice dinner.

9. Stuttgart

Stuttgart

The city of Mercedes-Benz and Porsche has its headquarters in this city where Germany’s automotive industry is thrown into the heart. If you are a car enthusiast, you may want to visit the museum of both factories. The vineyards in the Karlshöhe region.

10. Baden-Baden

Baden-Baden

Baden-Baden is a luxurious spa town which offers terrific privileges to the trek. Baden-Baden has two thermal pools and many spa hotels, which are a great place to pamper yourself and relax with its plethora of locations and healing waters. The city, where Europe’s second largest opera house and concert hall is located, also houses the Das Kurhaus Casino, known as one of the most beautiful casinos in the world.

ADD YOUR COMMENT