Germany is a highly developed capital idea country, one of the four largest economies in Europe, its social security system is perfect, the people have a high standard of living, is currently the best development in Europe. There is increasing interest in Germany, which is the top destination for first-time travelers to Europe. Due to its highly developed tourism industry, a large number of tourists travel in Germany every year. According to statistics, there are 38 world cultural and natural heritage sites in Germany, second only to Italy, China and Spain, and tied with France as the fourth in the world. The top ten tourist attractions in Germany are carefully listed to show you around Germany and enjoy the beauty of the scenery along the way!
1. Berlin (Berlin)
Berlin is the capital, largest city and political and economic center of Germany. It is a world-class city in terms of culture, politics, media and science. As a continental air and rail hub, Berlin is also one of the world’s focal points, known for its free-living, modern spirit of young people and artists. As the capital of Germany, Berlin is known not only for its World War II history, but also as a symbol of the division of East and West Germany during the Cold War. After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, what is now Berlin is a vast, unified and diverse area of ethnicities. The city is not only rich in tourist attractions and museums, but also bustling with sporting events, cultural events and nightlife.
2. Hamburg (Hamburg)
Hamburg is located in the northeast of Bremen on the Bank of the Elbe. It is a beautiful port city in the north of Germany, the second largest city in Germany, the most important port and the largest foreign trade and financial center in Germany. This is a comfortable seaside city, the city not only has grand office buildings, a variety of museums, and the beautiful Ulster lake, the calm lake is dotted with colorful sails, swans elegantly shuttling in the sparkling light, leisurely. When night falls, “the second Paris on the European continent” will be brightly lit, neon blinding, lonely souls can definitely find warm sustenance here. This is Hamburg, a metropolis of beauty and warmth, the jewel of northern Germany.
Munich, located in southern Germany, is the cultural center and capital of Bavaria. Famous for its Oktoberfest, Munich also attracts tourists from all over the world for its various cultural events. It is home to many prestigious opera houses and theaters, such as the National Center for the Performing Arts. The architecture of downtown Munich is a perfect blend of classical and modern architecture. Not only can you see historic churches, medieval walls and royal palaces, but you can also wander through bustling shopping centers and nightlife.
4. New Swan Fort
Neuschwanstein Castle is Germany’s most photographed building and one of Europe’s most popular tourist attractions. It has always been known as the crown castle of Europe. It is a medieval German knight style castle in the Alps ordered by Ludwig II, King of Bavaria. From Neuschwanstein Castle, you can see the vast landscape of Lake Farg, the Aargau Alps and Fesson. It is also known as “the closest thing to a fairy tale” because of its spectacular beauty and noble temperament, and is the prototype of Disney animation “Sleeping Princess Castle”.
Zug Peak is the first peak in Germany, 2,962 meters above sea level, belonging to the Alps, Germany is located at 47 degrees 25 ‘north latitude, 10 degrees 59’ east longitude in Germany Bavaria and Austria near the border, is the main peak of the Zug mountains, mountains have two extremely rare glaciers in Germany. Located 350 meters below the top of Chug Peak, a flat plateau above a river valley, is the highest ski resort in Germany and the only glaciated ski resort.
The old city of Heidelberg is well known for its rich historical resources, such as the medieval bridge, Heidelberg Castle, Holy Church and Knight St. George’s Building. The main street of Heidelberg’s old town center is lined with bars, restaurants, museums, shops and markets that still sell beer mugs, cuckoo clocks and bratwurst.
7. The Rhine
The beautiful Rhine River flows quietly through Bingen and Bonn, Germany, through the interesting Rhine valley. The banks of the Rhine are unequalled in breathtaking scenery, with some 40 medieval castles, picturesque villages and beautiful vineyards. To get the full romantic view of the Rhine, the best way is to take a boat cruise and enjoy the intoxicating scenery along the way.
8. Juniper Fort Town
Rothenburg is situated on A dry land along the COAST, BUT also on a low land where three rivers – the Wimer, the Weidau and the Loidau – meet, near the Lueneburg steppe. Rothenburg is surrounded by large forests, pristine marshes, and large and small Bren lakes. , it is a fascinating ancient castle preserved many ancient buildings, into the juniper fort looked up and saw medieval walls, gates and towers, crashed into the eye and the crawling ivy leaves the cabin, ups and downs of lane, pave the streets of rubble, the ancient city of peace, quiet, no matter go on the walls of ancient or alley, the murals in the gable, antique lamps, The clock tower on the gate at the end of the street makes time seem to have stopped here for hundreds of years.
9. King Lake
Kingssee is located near Berchtesgaden, a small city on the German-Austrian border, near the Alps. This town, nestled in the mountains, is the most beautiful part of the German Alps. It is a lake formed by glacial erosion, very much like a Nordic fjord, the water is clear. The lake is as level as a mirror, and is surrounded by mountains and steep. It feels like some giant has struck an axe in the mountains and sailed in a boat. It is like a fairyland. It is famous for its clear water and is considered the cleanest and most beautiful lake in Germany.
Frankfurt, full name is on the river from Frankfurt, Germany’s important industrial and commercial, financial and transportation center, is also one of the most important fair city in the world, held the exhibition has nearly one thousand years of history, as early as the middle ages become Germany’s department stores, and led to a series of local synchronous development of relevant industries. Frankfurt, the dynamic capital of commerce and culture, traditional and modern, commercial and cultural, dynamic and tranquil, has never been so perfectly integrated in one city.