The most amazing cities to visit in Germany
Germany is home to some of the most stunning landmarks, rolling countryside and medieval castles, which attract thousands of visitors each year from all over the world.
Germany is considered the heart of Europe and a land of contrasts. From green forests to vibrant cities, from wine villages to medieval castles, from relaxing natural spas to world-wide rock festivals.
Munich is an amazing city to visit in Germany and is the site of the worldwide famous Oktoberfest, a festival where millions flock the streets for music, food, and of course, beer. As one of the largest city in Germany, Munich also offers several cultural activities such as opera, art galleries, BMW shows, shopping and a vibrant cosmopolitan life.
Berlin is considered one of Europe’s most vibrant and exciting capitals. Constantly evolving, Berlin is known for its history and its famous Wall that divided the east and the west. Today, Berlin is a diverse city full of life featuring art galleries, elegant clubs, amazing shopping and a variety of restaurants.
Considered Germany’s greenest city, Hamburg is surrounded by beautiful parks, gardens and canals. One of its main attractions is its harbour where seafood restaurants abound. A harbour boat tour is a must during your visit. Hamburg is also popular for its international musicals, shopping malls and great scenery.
Frankfurt, Germany’s leading financial centre, is the site of the European Central Bank (ECB) and the international trade fair centre. Known for its skyscrapers, Frankfurt is a multicultural and cosmopolitan city offering world-class activities and entertainment.
Cologne is known for its carnival festivities. Its arts and culture scene makes it a laid back yet vibrant city full of life. One of its attractions is its cathedral featuring vaulted ceilings and majestic glass windows in authentic Gothic style. Cologne is also an extremely attractive trade fair centre.
Dusseldorf is known as the fashion capital of Germany and this amazing German city is the ideal place for shopping. Dusseldorf has something for everyone: the exclusive Konigsallee with its luxury boutiques and flagship stores, Schadowstrasse and the legendary old quarter offering unusual bargains for those budget travellers.
Nuremberg is a central place for music with its numerous concerts such as the two open-air classical music concerts, the famous “Rock in the Park” event (Germany’s biggest rock concert) and the East-West Jazz Festival. It’s also the site for Germany’s best-known Christmas market attracting visitors from all over the world.
Stuttgart is another of Germany’s most amazing cities, known for its festivals such as the lively Stuttgart Beer Festival, the traditional Wine Festival and the atmospheric Stuttgart Christmas market.
Get in touch with nature at the Black Forest and Bavarian Forest, spend some time near the ocean at the Baltic and North Sea regions, or experience the healing powers of the mineral spa resorts at Wiesbaden, Baden-Baden, Bad Kissingen and other resort areas throughout Germany.
If you are planning a sightseeing tour of Germany, book a guided tour before you leave home to make the most of the lively cities and surrounding districts.