Germany is one of the astonishing tourist destination in Europe, which lies in northern Central Europe. It offers isolated farmhouses, the clustered houses of large villages, frowning medieval castles, old walled towns and modern industrial cities with their well planned residential areas and more to explore. If you want to visit this stunning spot under settled weather with sunshine and comfortable temperatures, prefer to take a trip here during late spring and early autumn that’s May, September and early October. If you are looking Germany as your skiing sport, visit here between Christmas and the end of March. So check out the season’s of Germany before take a ride here.
Berlin is the capital city of Germany and also country’s largest city. It is a major center of politics, culture, media, and science. Aplenty of tourist people love to gather here especially for its cultural flair, Berlin is home to the world famous Berlin Opera and Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, galleries, events, and museums. City’s most defining monument is the Brandenburg Gate, which is a 26-meter-high sandstone monument. It was Berlin’s first Neoclassical structure and notable for its four-horse chariot, six large columns on each side forming five passages and the two buildings used by toll-collectors and guards. Watch out the three dominating large historic building in Gendarmenmarkt such as the Konzerthaus, the French Cathedral (Französischer Dom), and the Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom). In Berlin you can also includes The Rebuilt Reichstag, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, Berlin Cathedral Church, The French Cathedral, Berlin Zoological Gardens, The Berlin-Dahlem Botanical Garden and Museum and so on.
Hamburg is the largest city in Germany after Berlin, and the eighth largest in Europe. Its location also makes it an important link between the sea and Germany’s network of inland waterways. It is best known for its famous harbor area, the Port of Hamburg. The Port of Hamburg is a home of the city’s most important attractions, which encompassing 100 square kilometers, this large tidal harbor, known as the Gateway to Germany. Next attractions in Hamburg is the most famous of Hamburg’s many churches, St. Michael’s was built in the Baroque style between 1750-62. It is one of the city’s most important landmarks with 132-meter-high tower, which is accessible by stairs and an elevator, viewing platforms offer excellent panoramas of the city and port, a particular treat during their regular extended evening openings. In Hamburg you must also visit Ohlsdorf Cemetery, Great Lakes: Inner and Outer Alster, Museum of Arts and Crafts, International Maritime Museum, Planten un Blomen and Wallringpark, The Hamburg Museum and more.
Don’t wait for vacation, plan your trip to Germany and explore the stunning cities of it with great fun and enjoyment