10 best places to visit in Germany

Best known for the famous World War II history and the Oktoberfest, Germany is also the home to fairy tale castles, lively party scenes, important historic sites and some of Europe’s most beautiful scenery.

Below is an overview of the best places to visit in Germany. Let’s look into them, rent a car Germany and make your journey a remarkable one.

  1. Berlin

The capital city and federal state of Germany, after the fall of the historic berlin wall during the Cold War in the 18th century, berlin is now a unified and vast city for sightseeing, nightlife and culture. Most tourists are drawn to the famous historic structures which include the Reichstag and Brandenburg gate.

  1. Munich

Popularly known as the origin of the world famous Oktoberfest, Munich is one of the best city to visit in Germany. This city is an attractive blend of modern and classic architecture, royal palaces, medieval walls and historical churches. Munich is also the home to several worldly opera houses and theaters. The Oktoberfest is a famous beer festival that began in 1810 and since then have drawn millions of visitors to partake in the festival.

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  1. Cologne

One of the most popular cities in Germany to visit, Cologne is a city that offers so many arrays of attractions, cultural scenes, arts, and buzzing nightlife. The city also possesses most of Germany impressive landmarks such as the Cologne Cathedral, a gothic church, the Twelve Romanesque churches and the city’s informal symbol.

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  1. Leipzig

Leipzig, the largest city in Germany, is known for its vibrant culture and arts scene shaped by popular musician like Richard Wagner, Bach and Felix Mendelssohn. Side attraction in the city includes the Napoleonic Monument, former high court of Reich, the Augustusplatz which is one of Europe largest town squares.

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  1. Rugen Island

Rugen Island is the largest island in Germany; this island is located in the Baltic Sea. This island is known for its beautiful beaches and seaside resorts, the most popular attraction to the city is the Jasmund National Park. Other side attractions are the Cape Arkona, remnants of a Slavic castle and natural landscape fishing village.

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  1. Romantic Rhine

Romantic Rhine a city in Germany lies between the cities of Bonn and Bingen, this region has a spectacular landscape dotted with picturesque villages, terraced vineyards and about 40 medieval castles. The best way to explore the wonderful picturesque of the Rhine is through a riverboat cruise.

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  1. Dresden

Before the World War II bombings, Dresden was the jewel box of Germany because of its exuberant collection of stunning architecture and arts. So many years have gone by and the city has been restored to its former glory. The most visited place in Dresden is the Frauenkirche cathedral among many other cultural institutions of which Semper Opera is most visited.

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  1. Lubeck

This city has the largest Baltic seaport in Germany, founded in 1143 it was also the capital of seat of the Hanseatic League. Lubeck was the first German city to be bombed during the World War II. Lubeck still remains a popular tourist destination because of the medieval architecture. Famous places in the city are the 12th century town hall and the old city gates of Holstentor.

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  1. Heidelberg

With historical treasures like the Heidelberg castle, the Knight St. George House, the medieval old bridge and the church of the Holy Spirit, makes Heidelberg one of the most popular cities in Germany. Apart from the above mentioned the oldest university in Germany is found here in the city of Heidelberg. The streets of Heidelberg is packed with restaurants, pubs, art galleries, shops, museums  and markets selling the likes of cuckoo clocks, beer steins and German sausages.

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  1. Neuschwanstein

Neuschwanstein castle is the most photographed building in Germany and also one of Europe’s most famous tourist destinations. The castle was built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria in the 18th century. This fairytale castle served as an inspiration to the Walt Disney’s sleeping Beauty Castle.

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