What springs to mind when you think of Germany? People never being late, clean towns and an impressive infrastructure? Well, you’re right there! But Germany has plenty of surprises up its sleeve too, you know. This holiday season, if you want to travel to a culturally rich place and with a lesser number of COVID cases then Germany is the place to be at. Wedding Affair shortlists some amazing cities you should definitely visit as you plan your trip to Germany.
If you are looking for exciting and new cultural events, or if you enjoy strolling through rustling colourful foliage, picking mushrooms in Grunewald or flying kites on the autumnal Tempelhofer Feld, then Berlin is the place to be! When the decision was made to move the Federal Government to Berlin, it was time to reawaken the Reichstag building from its long years of slumber on the Mauerstreifen, the military zone between the two sides of the Wall. The building has since been completely modernised, and today’s visitors to the Reichstag can look out from the building’s glass dome to get a bird’s eye view of the hustle and bustle in the city.
From modern art and German romanticism to ethnology and maritime history, Hamburg boasts a wide variety of museums. Night owls won’t be bored. Dance all night long – explore the bars and pubs of St. Pauli and Sternschanze. There are numerous castles to explore. Explore the impressive variety of arts and culture available in the region in and around Hamburg. There is something for everyone!
Dive into the impressive history of the second-largest city in Bavaria and enjoy the amenities of a lively urban place. Discover how harmonious the interplay of historic buildings and modern architecture can be on a walk through the Old Town. Enjoy the culinary delights of a city with a century-long beer, sausage and gingerbread tradition. Live history can also be found on the Imperial Castle, Nuremberg’s grand landmark. With the historic Memorium Nuremberg Trials, a documentation centre in Court Room 600 is accessible to illustrate what happened during the Nuremberg Trials.
From lakes, parks and beer gardens to museums, historical sites and massive stores, there’s something for everyone who visits Munich. If you seek the finest beers, the most idyllic views, eco-parks, amazing cuisine, mind-blowing art collections or you just wish to sit in the midst of really great people, a trip to the Bavarian capital is all you need. Sit back and relax while we take you on a rollercoaster of places to visit and things to do in Munich!
This one is famous for being the centre of the automotive industry. This one is a business location and a city of trade fairs, congresses and culture. In addition, it’s no less popular as a destination for day excursions, recreation and travel. Surrounded by one of Germany’s largest wine-growing regions, Stuttgart beckons cultural junkies with its acclaimed ballet, opera and philharmonic, while car fans get revved up over the Mercedes Benz Museum. There’s more green space than urban sprawl in the festival-friendly city, home to Europe’s largest combined zoo and botanic garden, the Wilhelma.
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