In summer, the whole life of the city takes place on the streets. Cologne residents and tourists drink coffee and dine at tables set under huge umbrellas in the streets and squares, not only in sunny weather, but also in the rain. And this is not surprising, because summer temperatures often go off scale at 30 ° C. Nevertheless, the normal summer temperature in Cologne is more comfortable.
Neuschwanstein Castle should be one of the first attractions on your list to visit in Bavaria. This elegant, swan-like beautiful creature is a figment of the imagination and dreams of Ludwig II of Bavaria, the "fairy king". Neuschwanstein Castle The Bavarian Neuschwanstein Castle (Schloß Neuschwanstein) is located near the city of Füssen in Germany.
How not to get lost in the splendor of German Christmas markets and visit the best of them? Here is a ranking of the most beautiful and interesting Christmas markets. Dresden, Striezelmarkt, photo by Dresdner Striezelmarkt Christmas markets open in Germany. Bright garlands bloomed on the pre-holiday city streets.
If you happen to travel to Germany, then by all means one of the travel points, for sure, will be the capital of Bavaria, the city of Munich. One of the ancient cities of Europe. Located on the Isar River, in southern Germany. Munich, photo mirlos25 Munich dates back to 1158, when the city was first mentioned in historical documents.
The New Town Hall (Neues Rathaus), photo by Suvad Sulic One of the historical and architectural sights of Munich is the New Town Hall (Neues Rathaus), located on Marienplatz Square. This is a neo-Gothic style masterpiece. Gothic arches, turrets and "lace" give the building a medieval look, despite the fact that the New Town Hall began to be built at the end of the 19th century, and was being completed and expanded.
In the capital of Germany there are many attractions located directly in the open. Let's talk about Berlin street sculptures. Molecular Man (Molecule Man), Jonathan, photo by Ian Allon Borowski Where to go for a tourist in Berlin, when the closure of most museums is only an hour away, and all the photos against the Brandenburg Gate and the Berlin TV tower are already taken?
Memmingen is an ancient city located at the intersection of busy shopping and pilgrimage routes. There is even the expression "All roads lead to Memmingen", which is suitable for this cozy town today. Memmingen Market Square is a Bavarian city 112 km west of Munich, with a population of about 42,000.
Berlin is a modern metropolis, the economic and cultural center of the EU, a city of contrasts. It is dynamic and diverse. The collections of galleries and museums of the city are beyond praise. Berlin clubs hold the most fashionable parties, where new movements, styles, subcultures are emerging. And shopping in Berlin is excellent, the goods are all of high quality at affordable prices.
Germany has many interesting places and popular routes. Romantic road - the most famous tourist route in Germany. The "Road of the Romantics" stretches from Main through Franconia, Bavarian Swabia and Upper Bavaria to the alpine peaks. Romantic road, Ausburg. Germany has many interesting places and popular routes.
I share with you guides in Germany. Germany Germany is a state in the center of Europe, a developed power with an exemplary domestic political structure, one of the recognized leaders in the global economy. A country with an original culture of regions, with a great history and unshakable traditions. Beautiful land with protected forests, mountains and valleys, with excellent roads, well-groomed cities and carefully preserved monuments.
Sanssouci Palace - the residence of King Frederick the Great, is also called the Prussian Versailles. It is a synthesis of artistic trends in European court and urban architecture of the XVIII century. Palais Sanssouci (Schloss Sanssouci), photo Valerii Boldychev The palace and park complex Sanssouci (Schloss Sanssouci) in Potsdam, consisting of a beautiful palace and a beautiful park, is certainly one of the most beautiful places in Germany.
Bellevue Palace was built in 1786. But today's building is a remake. After the war, almost nothing was preserved. In the palace is the residence of the President of Germany. In the annex - the presidential office. Schloss Bellevue Palace, photo by Jack de Kort Schloss Bellevue Palace is located in the northern part of the Tiergarten park in Berlin.
To see more in the Saxon capital and have fun, but also save money, take advantage of the many advantages of a Dresden city map. Get more discounts and free admission to many museums. Dresden, photo by Pascal POGGI Those tourists who prefer independent travel in Dresden should buy the Dresden Card.
The Berlin Zoo has a lot of animals and good aviaries, there is a place to eat and a large playground. In the contact zoo you can buy grain and feed your pets. This is a wonderful place to walk and relax at any time of the year and in any weather. Berlin Zoo (Zoologischer Garten Berlin), photo by Dieter Brügmann (Bruhaha) Berlin Zoo (Berlin Zoological Garden - Zoologischer Garten Berlin) is the oldest in Germany.
The park is located in the city center. It is green, huge, you can ride a bicycle, a boat on the lake, walk and lie down on the grass. Birds sing loudly, squirrels jump, flowers bloom. Oasis! There are also city attractions. Tiergarten (Tiergarten), photo Florian Tiergarten (Tiergarten) - a park in the heart of the capital of Germany, the "green heart" of Berlin.
Did you come to Berlin with a child? Then be sure to visit the Legoland Discovery Center, plunge into the world of childhood. A carousel awaits you, where you need to pedal to get up, a boat through the castle dungeon, a factory for the manufacture of parts for the designer, and a lot of legos ... It's better to come in the morning on a weekday, when there are fewer visitors.
Without knowing the history, we can say that this is the usual triumphal gate, of which there are many in Europe. But when you remember our grandfathers, you understand that you need to visit here and stand nearby. The Brandenburg Gate is a symbol of victory, a symbol of the unification of people and their families. This is like the Kremlin in Moscow or Times Square in New York.
What can you see in Potsdam in 1 day? Here is a route for you not to miss anything interesting. City Palace in Potsdam in the evening illumination, photos already looked at MS Katharina von Bora Berlin? But is there a free day left? Go to Potsdam. Its 20 magnificent palaces and gardens, as well as the Russian colony Aleksandrovka and the astrophysical observatory are listed by UNESCO.
We must pay tribute to the German technical genius at the Berlin Opera. There are few such “moving” and creative decorations in any theater. It seems that you are not watching a performance, but something very lively and moving. Change of scenery captures no less than the action itself. Actors now and then “go out” now on the ramp, then from the balcony.
The German Technical Museum is worth a visit for both adults and children. Real airplanes, sailing ships, navigation, cars with and without cut, paper technology ... All the technical magic of the world can be touched and studied from the inside. German Technical Museum (Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin), photo Marc Fray The German Technical Museum (Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin - DTMB) in Berlin owns one of the largest collections devoted to technology and production in Germany.
Since 2015, the new national gallery has been closed for repairs. Construction is expected to last four years. New National Gallery (Neue Nationalgalerie), photo by Marc Fray The unique cultural heritage carefully preserved in the museums of Berlin never ceases to amaze. One of them is the New National Gallery (Neue Nationalgalerie), the pearl of the famous Cultural Forum (Кulturforum).