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The best place to visit in Germany

Articles Oct 08, 2019 00:35

Germany is a charming country with the beauty of nature and unique culture. As the center of Central Europe, Germany rolls from the icy waves of the North Sea to the foothills of the Alps and the Swiss lakes. Between its boundaries, tourists will explore the bustling city landscape in history, legendary forests, wineries, brilliant Baroque counties with castles.

If you are ready, let us lead you to the wonderful destinations of this country.

Berlin

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  Berlin is one of the most exciting cities in Europe and certainly the city has changed the most in the last 20 years. Once the symbol of the Cold War, it has become the great capital of Europe-the vibrant mix of fashion, design, music, and art.   A cultural city is always on the move and is a haven for saving tourists, the German capital has something for everyone, from the nightlife around to more than 170 museums, galleries, and philology, and from dignified relics still, tell the story of its chaos. Past for all the promises of a sparkling future.  

Enrich your experience in Berlin with a visit to the museum island on the Spree River and stop by at the amazing East Side gallery to see paintings by artists from around the world on display on the Berlin wall. Alternatively, you can go shopping to Kurfürstendamm, the city's most famous avenue; Experience the Berlin coffee culture in Mitte (Berlin's historic center); And get an authentic taste of its wonderful nightlife in the trendy Friedrichshain area.  

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Bayreuth: World-renowned opera and festivals

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  Every year Bayreuth organizes the world-renowned Richard Wagner Festival, making it one of the best places in Germany for opera fans. In 2013, the festival celebrated the 200 years of the composer's birth. Even if you are not an opera fan, you will not be blown away by the lavish interiors of 18th-century Opera house Margravial, one of the most beautiful Baroque theatres in Europe. Bayreuth has also aimed to preserve its rich cultural and historical heritage by developing a diverse collection of more than two dozen museums and institutions, alongside a collection of kiếntrúc works and the great castles attached With Margraves of Bayreuth.  

It is also the city for beer lovers who can go down Under Bayreuth's catacombs, hidden under a brewery and enjoy the city's beer history by tasting beer from over 200 local breweries, among the world's most high-density or by visiting the adventure World of Maisel and Brauereimuseum (Brewery Museum), which holds the Guinness Book of Records award for being the most diverse beer museum.

The Upper Middle Rhine Valley

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  The middle of the river is the heart of the medieval Roman Empire and the area is a magnet for art, ingenuity and great ingenuity. During the golden era, this is one of the most important trading areas in Europe, which can be said to be the world. Journey through the romantic Rhine Valley and discover the culture, stories, food, and wine that make it one of Europe's most famous romantic landscapes.  

The upper-middle Valley stretches 67 km, swept along a gently winding river. Starting at Bingen, you can travel by boat, car, bicycle or on foot, with panoramic views along the entire line. The castles stood tall on the hill and many of them were open to the public. The Shoreside Hamlet offers plenty of opportunities to rest and explore. People come from all over the world to see the striking Loreley Rock, near the town of Sankt Goarshausen, a symbol of glaciers Romanism and the theme of popular poems and songs. At the end of the valley, the beautiful city of Koblenz has a cable car that can take you across the water and up to Fort Ehrenenameitstein.

Lake Constance – A lake with a view

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  Surrounded by three countries, Lake Constance occupies an incredibly beautiful corner of Central Europe-and is an ideal destination for a shorter relaxing holiday or a long family vacation. The Long Shore Road 270km was shared between Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. The lake is actually a bug in the Rhine-reflecting Lake Geneva, an expansion of the Rhône, on the other end of Switzerland.  

The Rhine River descends from the Swiss Alps to the region where three nations converge and spread to create a vast plain. For a distance of 46km, it extends to a maximum width of 14km, then restores its fluency at the border of Germany and Switzerland for the long journey to the North Sea.   More than half of the coast of Constance Lake is located in Germany. There are three distinct areas. German Way n Lake Constance – a lake with a view   Surrounded by three countries, Lake Constance occupies an incredibly beautiful corner of Central Europe-and is an ideal destination for a shorter relaxing holiday or a long family vacation. The Long Shore Road 270km was shared between Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. The lake is actually a bug in the Rhine-reflecting Lake Geneva, an expansion of the Rhône, on the other end of Switzerland.  

The Rhine River descends from the Swiss Alps to the region where three nations converge and spread to create a vast plain. For the distance of 46km, it is chopped on the northern shore, between Bregenz in Austria and the town of Konstanz and the Swiss border, called Obersee; Uberlingen, north-west arm; and Untersee, "Bottom Lake" in the southwest. The view from the coast of Germany to the Swiss Alps is beautiful.  

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The exhilarating Mount Zugspitze

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  Visit Germany's highest peak, Zugspitze, up to 9,788 feet (2,962 meters). Take the cable car up and gear ship back to appreciate the high mountain experience.   

Departing from Munich at 10 a.m., you start the day with a Zugspitze visit. This day trip will take you directly to the foothills of the Alps and its green valleys. Crossing the picturesque houses of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the bus that climbed with you were the first-rate meters to the Zugspitze Valley station, Germany's highest mountain with 9,788 feet (2,962 meters). With the new cable car, we will reach the top of the mountain in minutes. After you have enjoyed the excitement scene on the 400 peaks in Germany, Austria, Italy, and Switzerland, there is still enough time to solidify yourself in the restaurant (vegetarian or halal available). Special pleasure in the summer preparing bob-sleigh for free or walking on the eternal ice. The descendant takes place on the historic Cogwheel train.  

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