10 must-see places in Germany! Deutsch WTF will make you a tour of Germany! Which German cities are the most comfortable? What cities worth seeing? Find out in today’s post!
1. Schloss Neuschwanstein
Neuschwanstein Castle is a romantic castle of the Bavarian King Ludwig II near the town of Füssen and Hohenschwangau Castle in southwestern Bavaria, near the Austrian border.
2. Kölner Dom
Cologne Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Gothic cathedral in Cologne. Ranked third in the list of the tallest churches in the world and is included in the list of World Cultural Heritage sites.
3. Brandenburger Tor
The Brandenburg Gate, which celebrated its 225th anniversary, is the most famous symbol of Berlin and Germany. For many years it served as a symbol of the divided Germany and Berlin, and after 1989 it became the embodiment of the country’s reunification.
Frauenkirche is a church in Dresden, one of the most significant Lutheran churches in the city. Built in the Baroque style at the direction of the Saxon Elector and King of Poland August the Strong in 1726-1743.
5. Altstadt Heidelberg
Heidelberg is located in the northwest of Baden-Württemberg and belongs to the few large German cities with preserved old buildings that were not affected by the bombing during the Second World War. Most of the attractions are located in the Old Town, which has one of the largest pedestrian zones in Europe.
6. Hamburger Hafen / Fischmarkt
Hamburg is one of the largest port cities in Europe, located at the confluence of the Elbe River into the North Sea. The air here is directly saturated with the scent of freedom and distant lands. And on Sundays from 5 to 9:30 am (in winter from 7 am) in the oldest market in Hamburg, they sell everything that the heart desires. From an old porcelain teapot to a quacking duck family, you can buy it all here, under the roof of a fish auction pavilion that is nearly 100 years old.
The Zugspitze is the highest point in Germany, the height is 2962 m. It is located on the border with Austria, in the village of Grainau.
8. Schloss Sanssouci
Sanssouci is the most famous palace of Frederick the Great, located in the eastern part of the park of the same name in Potsdam. The palace was erected in 1745-1747 according to the design of the king himself.
Holstentor is Lübeck’s medieval city gate on the northwest side of the inner city. Monument of the North European architectural style “brick Gothic”.
Museum Island is the name given to the northern tip of the Spreeinsel Island on the Spree River in Berlin, where a constellation of famous Berlin museums is located. Museum Island is a center of attraction for tourists and art lovers from all over the world. Since 1999, the unique architectural and cultural ensemble has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site.