Cities and Towns to Visit in Germany

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Use this list to help plan your visit to Germany, a combination of some of the most famous cities, along with villages you probably haven't heard of.
Lake Como, Menaggio, ItalyLake ComoMenaggio, ItalyGorgeous Lake Como in is the 3rd largest lake in Italy, and a hikers paradise! Entered in the #blue contest! Read more:...Tübingen, GermanyTübingenGermanyDusk in Tübingen #architectureCochem, GermanyCochemGermany"I haven't been everywhere, but it's on my list" this was one of my bucket list destinations I traveled to this past spring. #cochem #germany...Neuer Zolhoff, Dusseldorf, GermanyNeuer ZolhoffDusseldorf, GermanyHere's a close up of Frank Gehry's Neuer Zollhof. These are just two of the trio of buildings in #Dusseldorf Germany. The white building is made of...Krämerbrücke, Erfurt, GermanyKrämerbrückeErfurt, GermanyThe Krämerbrücke is a bridge in the Thuringian city of Erfurt in Germany which is covered with inhabited, half timbered buildings on both sides. It...Monschau, GermanyMonschauGermanyExploring charming Monschau. Loving the pittoresk atmosphere. #architecture #troveon #lovemytownMünster, GermanyMünsterGermanyOne of the first places I ever visited was Munster. It's a lovely little town in Germany that has a ton of students and is perfect for walking...Büsum, GermanyBüsumGermanyThe Hafen in the little tourist town Büsum, Germany. A cute and quiet town where everyone from there, knows everyone else.Freiburg, GermanyFreiburgGermanyThis is the Kornhaus in Freiburg's Münsterplatz.Hamburg Jungfernstieg, Hamburg, GermanyHamburg JungfernstiegHamburg, GermanyA walk along the many canals of HamburgBamberg, GermanyBambergGermanyBamberg is Germany’s largest UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s the third largest in Europe. Only Venice and Prague are larger. In my opinion, it’s...Burghausen, GermanyBurghausenGermanyI came to Burghausen to visit the longest castle in Europe, I left thinking it’s one of the prettiest Old Towns in all of Bavaria! Burghausen is...Berlin Wall Memorial, Berlin, GermanyBerlin Wall MemorialBerlin, GermanyIf you're in Germany, chances are you'll visit Berlin and of course the Berlin Wall. I was disappointed when I first saw it. It's rather lackluster...Schwäbisch Hall, GermanySchwäbisch HallGermanySchwäbisch Hall is historic town in southern Germany that once flourished with salt production. Its medieval roots are still visible by its towers,...Maulbronn, GermanyMaulbronnGermanyMaulbronn is most famous for it’s monastery founded in 1147, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but it was the town itself that captivated...Stuttgart, GermanyStuttgartGermanyStuttgart is Germany's sixth largest city in Germany and the capital of Baden-Württemberg. Pictured is the new castle (Neus Schoss) and Palace...Bremen, GermanyBremenGermanyThis historic city in northern Germany has a lot to offer. Bremen has two UNESCO World Heritage sites surround the market square dating back over...Bayreuth, GermanyBayreuthGermanyBayreuth is a city of culture, palaces and beer. Not to be missed is the famed Margravial Opera House, which just obtained UNESCO World Heritage...Munich, GermanyMunichGermanyMunich is perhaps best known for Oktoberfest, but it has so much more to offer. Fortunately, many of the interesting sites are near the city...Ulm, GermanyUlmGermanyUlm is famous for two things: 1) being home to the world’s largest church steeple and 2) being the birthplace of Albert Einstein! It is also home...
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