Friday, June 26, 2015

10 famous places to visit in Germany



For many years, the tourist attractions in Germany are becoming more popular. As you know, Germany is a country that is quite popular in the world. For those of you who want to visit Germany, here are sights that are required for you to visit. The following tourist spot is very popular and much visited by tourists. Obviously if you pay a visit to Germany, you do not want to miss the sights below. There are some big cities in Germany and preferred by international guests. Below are 10 famous places to visit in Germany:

10 famous places to visit in Germany


1. Brandenburg Gate

This tourist spot is located in Berlin; Brandenburg gate is very popular in Germany. In fact this is the most popular tourist attractions in Europe. No wonder so many people are in this place to witness the splendor of this Brandenburg gate. Tourist attractions in Germany are a silent witness when Germany unified after once separated after defeated in World War II.

Brandenburg Gate

Brandenburg Gate

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2. Holstentor

The next tourist attractions in Germany that is very interesting to visit is Holstentor. This building was built in 1464; it is one of the two gates in the city of Lubeck. Currently this building has been used as a museum or tourist attraction Germany. The building has a unique and attractive architecture. You will be enchanted by its shape; the building is also the symbol of the city of Lubeck.

Holstentor

Holstentor



3. Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest is the largest festival in the world. The festival is visited by more than 6 million people every year. Such as the given name, this festival is held in October. But one thing you need to know, this festival began in late September. In addition, the festival only runs until the first weekend in October. The Oktoberfest name is taken from the time of the festival is held. The festival visitors can enjoy traditional drinks that are provided.

Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest



4. Frauenkirche

This is an historic church in Germany. It is precisely located in the city of Dresden. The church suffered severe destruction during the World War II. It was eventually reconstructed and reopened. Since it was re-opened in 2005, it became the most interesting places in Dresden. Even in 2009 this place was visited by US President, Barack Obama.

Frauenkirche

Frauenkirche



5. Rugen Cliffs

Rugen Cliffs is a pretty interesting sight to visit. It is the form of a cliff above the sea, a high cliff as if a tower above the sea. It is located precisely in Jasmund National Park, northeast side of the Rugen Island. The cliff altitude is around 118 meters or 387 feet. In addition to a view of the cliffs, you'll be greeted with a beautiful and enchanting natural forest while visiting this place.

Rugen Cliffs

Rugen Cliffs



6. Neuschwanstein

Neuschwanstein is on a steep hill. It is the inspiration for the castle of the sleeping princess in Disneyland. There you can feel like being inside of the animated film launched by Disney. Many people who take photos when traveling to this site.

Neuschwanstein

Neuschwanstein



7. Heidelberg Old City

Located in the valley of the Neckar river, Heidelberg Old City is one of the famous places to visit in Germany and widely visited by many tourists throughout the world. There you can see many attractive and beautiful old buildings. In addition the natural state in the city is very beautiful and still very natural.

Heidelberg Old City

Heidelberg Old City



8. Romantic Rhine River

Romantic Rhine River is the most popular and well-known in the Rhine. Rhine River carves the road of the city through the vineyard that was covered by countless palaces. There are still a lot of old buildings that have the beautiful and interesting design. It is very fit for you who like a variety of historical things.

Romantic Rhine River

Romantic Rhine River



9. Munchen aka Munich

If you hear the name of the state capital of Bavaria or Bayern, maybe some of us would immediately thought of the name of the most famous football club in this city, Bayern Munich. In fact, Munich is not only famous for its football club. There is Oktoberfest, as I mentioned earlier, visited by no less than 5 million people each year. Architectural Lovers could learn at the Deutsche museums. If you want to enjoy the old city and beautiful buildings, it can be done by taking pictures of Munich town hall.

Munchen aka Munich

Munchen aka Munich



10. Berlin Wall

The Berlin Wall (German: Berliner Mauer) was a concrete barrier wall built by the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) that separates West Berlin and East Berlin and other East German regions so as to make an enclave of West Berlin. This wall was built on August 13, 1961. The barrier wall is also accompanied by the establishment of a guard tower built along this wall, as well as the establishment of a restricted area that is filled with anti-vehicle mines. Eastern Bloc claimed that the wall was built to protect the citizens from fascist elements that can trigger large movements, so that they can establish communist rule in East Germany.

Berlin Wall

Berlin Wall



What do you think? It is a moment of pride for sure when you go traveling to Germany. May you who are confused to find out the famous places to visit in Germany can be helped after reading this article.

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