The Best Places to Visit when Travelling to Germany

The Best Places to Visit when Travelling to Germany

The Best Places to Visit when Travelling to Germany

Germany is a wonderful place to travel to with lots of impressive architecture (old and new), picturesque forests, beautiful towns and charming castles that look like they have come straight out of a fairytale.

The culture of Germany is famous too – whether you’re into historical museums, night life or Christmas Markets, there are lots of activities to keep you occupied during your visit to Germany. And let’s not forget about the beer and food culture which you don’t want to miss out on either!

Let’s start and have a closer look at some of the best places to visit when travelling to Germany. Don’t forget to book your hotel stays in advance which is so easy using an Ebooking service online.

Berlin - The Best Places to Visit when Travelling to Germany
  • Berlin

You can’t talk about the best places to visit in Germany without mentioning the capital city Berlin. It’s a vibrant city full of culture, famous for entertainment, shopping and of course history.

It’s an interesting city full of things to do and explore. There’s both modern and historical architecture to admire, lots of art galleries and museums on their own island (Museum Island Berlin) to visit, beautiful parks to wander through and of course the famous bustling night life.  

Germany Hamburg
  • Hamburg

Next up, another big and important city in Germany – Hamburg. This major port city is connected to the North Sea by the Elbe River, is crossed by lots of canals and has a lake near the centre too where you can enjoy visiting cafes and watching boats go by. You can also enjoy a harbour tour and see the views from the water.

Hamburg has a preserved old Warehouse District that now contain cultural places to visit for shopping, dining and entertainment. In the city centre, you can admire the architecture – both modern buildings and old townhouses, and walking amongst the old canals, crossing bridges.

If you have a train enthusiast in the family, don’t miss a visit to Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg which is the world’s largest model railway.

Frankfurt Germany
  • Frankfurt

Frankfurt is another important German city, based in central Germany on the river Main. It’s an historic former imperial city and you can see what an important trading centre it used to be by looking at the impressive Old Town. Frankfurt is still an important business hub with lots of modern skyscrapers in the financial district and the city hosts lots of large international trade shows.

From a tourism point of view, Frankfurt has lots of museums and culture to explore and lots of day trip activities too. The Old Town also hosts an annual Christmas market that you should definitely check out if you’re visiting around Christmas.

Munchen Munich Germany
  • Munich

Munich is another popular tourist destinations thanks to its historic city centre and being close to the stunning Bavarian Alps. Munich is the capital of Bavaria and also one of the largest cities in Germany. It’s an important cultural city as well as home to many historic churches.

It’s especially a great place to visit if you’re into architectural history and art but there are also lots of green spaces to explore and of course you can head into the alps nearby as well.

Munich is also famous for its annual Oktoberfest celebrations and beer halls so if beer is your thing, plan to visit at this time of the year.

  • Nürnberg

Nürnberg, or Nuremberg, is another Bavarian city – the second largest after Munich. This city is known for its medieval Old Town area that was rebuilt after being almost completely destroyed during WW2. Instead of rebuilding the city in a modern way, it was decided to rebuild the city centre the way it had been before the war.

It’s a beautiful city that lets you explore culture and history as you walk through and around the old-style city. There are lots walking trails to explore and you can go up into some of the old towers to get a view from above over the surrounding area too.

The city also offers plenty of fine dining and entertaining such as shopping, museums, concerts and opera.

Baden Baden Germany
  • The Black Forest and Baden-Baden

If you’re looking to do a bit of relaxing while you’re visiting Germany, perhaps Baden-Baden would be the perfect destination as it’s known as Germany’s spa capital. There are lots of options if you fancy a dip in one of the hot springs!

As well as spas, there are also plenty of restaurants, boutique shops and art galleries to explore while you’re there or, if you’re into sports, tennis clubs, golf clubs, horse racing and hiking and biking trails through the wonderful Black Forest.

Are any of these wonderful German destinations on your travel bucket list? These are just some of the special places to visit in Germany – there are lots more too!

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