Here you will find the impressive Ehrenbreitstein Fortress, which can be reached via cable car, as well as Deutsches Eck at the confluence of the Rhine and Mosel Rivers.
The cathedral, town hall and historic Maximilianstrasse are all worth visiting here. You can also explore the Fuggerei – a town within a town.
A beautiful city and once the gem of the Hanseatic League, Lübeck offers medieval city gates, a Romanesque cathedral and a town hall dating back to 1230.
Located just outside of Berlin, the Potsdam palaces and parks stand elegantly awaiting your visit. From Sanssouci to Charlottenhof, they offer the perfect place for a relaxing and educational stroll.
The cathedral here dates back to the year 800 and was Germany’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site. Aachen has a great sense of humour and its famous Printen (gingerbread) will delight your taste buds.
Beethoven’s house is one of the many highlights that you can see within Bonn, where you will get a chance to see his manuscripts and last piano. This memorial site studies the life and work of the famous composer.
Krämerbrücke is a large bridge that is situated in the middle of Erfurt. On the bridge, there are apartments, restaurants and shops. Some of the shops include wine merchants, art galleries, cafes and bakeries.
Europa-Park is a huge amusement park that any thrill seeker would enjoy, with plenty of rides and shows that are suitable for all ages. Some restaurants serve a variety of food depending on where you are in the park and several themed hotels onsite.
The famous Heidelberg Castle is known as one of the most important Renaissance structures north of the Alps. You can explore the castle and also take a tram down the mountain to the town below.
The Walhalla in Regensburg is a memorial that honours many distinguished politicians, sovereigns, scientists and artists who have a close connection to Germany. This Museum’s structure resembles an ancient Greek temple.