Germany is a fascinating blend of the best of both worlds- the mediaeval charm as well as modern innovations. It never fails to amaze its visitors with its historical monuments, the Alpine peaks, the hip modern streets, the breathtaking landscapes, its rich heritage, and its culture.
A Guide to Your Next Trip to Germany
You will find the cutting-edge blending seamlessly into the timeless classics here, which is why Germany is the perfect destination if you are looking to experience a luxury vacation. How to get there? Best if you have a private jet; fly in at your convenience and plan your trip around the following destinations to experience some of this beautiful nation's splendid architecture and unique charm.
The capital and one of the most interesting cities in Europe, Berlin has changed quite a lot in the last two decades. The city which once stood as the symbol of the Cold War has now become a cool place with a mix of art, design, and fashion. This city has plenty to offer and has something for each kind of tourist. The city has over 170 world-class museums and galleries for art enthusiasts, which tell the story of its turbulent past.
Visit the East Side Gallery to catch paintings displayed on the Berlin Wall from all across the globe. If you are looking to satiate your shopaholic spirit, Kurfürstendamm is the place for you. If you are visiting in winter, you will be lucky to experience the biggest Christmas markets in all of Germany.
You may have heard of Munich because of its world-famous Oktoberfest, but this place has much to offer beyond its famous beer culture. It is the capital of Bavaria and is deemed to be one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. Here you will find castles, some of the best museums, glorious architecture, parks, and exuberant, creative energy in the city. Some of the city's best tourist attractions are the Deutsches Museum, the English Garden, and the iconic Hofbrauhaus brewery. There is no limit to what you can see and do in this city. Sightseeing, shopping, dining, entertainment, Munich has got it all.
The Romantic Road
Are you looking to experience a mediaeval vibe and go back to classical times in this modern world? Take a drive down the Romantic Road. The road runs in the state of Bravia between Würzburg and Füssen, leading to the spectacular Neuschwanstein Castle in the beautifully preserved mediaeval town. It is the most scenic drive in all of Germany and is a perfect opportunity to discover the rich culture and scenic beauty of the place.
This is one of the most popular tourist spots you can imagine, and it tends to get quite busy during the summer months. However, when in Germany, make sure to experience the history, culture, art, and picturesque scenery of Würzburg.
Alongside Berlin, Cologne is the most libertine destination and the fourth largest city in Germany. This place is a thriving art scene, a delight for art lovers, and is home to one of the most majestic cathedrals in the world, the Cologne Cathedral or the Kölner Dom, as it is known by the locals. This cathedral has been listed by UNESCO as one of the most beautiful sights. The place is also famous for its love padlocks bridge, Hohenzollern Bridge, and the Old Town called Altstadt, which hosts impressive historical buildings and monuments.
Make sure to go to the Cologne carnival if you visit in November. The carnival is the greatest street festival in Europe and perhaps the world.
Hamburg offers everything from historical buildings to futuristic architecture to pulsating nightlife. It is the second-largest metropolis in Germany and is abundant in green spaces, and has probably got more bridges than any other city in the world. You can experience fine dining in the restaurants that line the riverbank, museums, of course, and the most popular spot is the Town Hall which is a marvel of Neo-Renaissance architecture.
There is no denying that Germany has tons of architectural marvels and is a place filled with great art pieces, which people mostly visit the country to see. But, if you like contemporary things and have a modern taste, you must visit the futuristic HafenCity District. It is one of Europe’s most ambitious inner-city developments. At the Hamburg post, you will find towering skyscrapers, airy promenades, modern glass facades, and the famous concert hall – Elphilharmonie.
Whether you are planning a single-city trip, spending time soaking in the culture and experiencing the luxury, or looking for a fun outdoor adventure experience, your choices will be endless in Germany. The place has something interesting to see at every corner, making it the best place to experience an authentic, exciting vacation on the ‘continent.’