Top 10 Cities to see in Germany

Germany is one of the friendliest European countries to visit for tourists. It offers great variety including: vibrant cities, natural beauty and it is fun. It is easy to travel from place to place with the local rail system and the only difficult part is to choose your destination. So what are the Top 10 Cities to see in Germany for your next travel adventure?

Frankfurt Germany

Top 10 Cities to see in Germany


The capital of Bavaria blends in a unique way the history and the modern European atmosphere. The city will impress you with its beautiful architecture. Some of the buildings were ruined during World War II but still there is plenty to see in Munich. If you like shopping, you will not be disappointed and the best time to go is of course during the famous Oktoberfest which surprisingly starts in September.

Top 10 cities to see in Germany


Heidelberg is beautifully situated in the Neckar River valley on the edge of the legendary Black Forrest. The city will charm you with its red roofs and young spirit. For many years Heidelberg has been a university town. It is worth visiting the medieval castle and the historical city center.


The financial center of Germany and Europe can be a great place for tourists. Located on the river Main it combines the futuristic look of the skyscrapers with the elegant and cozy feel in the old city center called Römerberg. There you will find a number of historic buildings and if you get tired you can always sit for a beer and wurst.


Berlin is not only the capital of the country, it is also the center of the nightlife and sightseeing. It is of course a historic city and the remains of the Berlin Wall will remind you of that. The city is also one of the world’s capitals of culture with many galleries and shows. Don’t forget the restaurants and of course the night clubs.

Brandenburg Gate


The capital of North Rhine-Westphalia offers a friendly welcome to the visitors. They will be impressed by the local architecture and the famous Old town. It was almost completely destroyed during World War II but later restored according to the historic plans. The only building that was not reconstructed after the war is the impressive Baroque Neander-church.


Cologne is the oldest city in the country, located on both sides of the Rhine River. The most famous landmark in the city is its Cathedral: Kölner Dom. If you can spare an hour, climb the south tower and you will be rewarded with a magnificent view. It took more than 600 years to build the Cathedral and it is really impressive.


Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany but also the largest port. It is situated on the river Elbe mixing medieval history and modern look. The city is called Germany’s Getaway to the World and this name is well deserved. Old buildings like the Town Hall, the Museum of Hamburg History and the St Michaelis Church are really impressive.



The capital of Saxony is situated close to the Czech border in the Elbe valley and brings some special eastern charm.  The most attractive place for the tourists is Altstadt or the Old Town which is compact and easy to explore on foot. The Baroque Zwinger Palace is also an important stop as well as the SemperOper: one of the most beautiful Opera buildings in the world.


Stuttgart is located in southern Germany and is the paradise for all the car lovers. The automobile and the motorcycle were invented there and Mercedes, Porsche and Maybach are produced in Stuttgart. Even if you are not a sports car fan, the huge museums of Mercedes and Porsche will surprise you. Make a short trip around Stuttgart and you will also enjoy some impressive castles, palaces and vineyards.


Rust would have been an ordinary small town in southwestern Germany if it wasn’t for Europa Park. It is the second most popular theme park in Europe after Disneyland Paris. It is conveniently located between Germany and France and attracts almost 5 million visitors every year.

Europa-Park Panorama



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