April 6, 2022

4 Best Cities You Should Visit in Germany

Are you on your way to one of the loveliest parts of Western Europe and you have no idea where to start your sightseeing journey? Germany is a European country with a rich history, picturesque natural sights, and so much more to offer to tourists. Once you’re in Germany, the only mistake you can make is to visit only one of its wonderful cities. Since the country is so well connected by trains and buses, you should use this unique opportunity and take in as much of its culture as you can. Here are some of the best cities to visit in Germany.


Once you’re in Germany, you shouldn’t skip visiting its stunning capital, Berlin. Berlin is Germany’s biggest city so it requires more than one day to fully enjoy everything it offers. No matter your interests, you will find something in Berlin due to its highly diverse culture. If you’re in love with European history, Berlin is the place to be. Don’t miss out on visiting the many museums on Museum Island and going through the thorough records of World War II atrocities in the free-of-charge Museum of Terror. Famous landmarks such as the Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie are great for taking selfies and showing your friends the wonders of Germany. Also, Berlin has a very rich clubbing scene, so make sure to go out at least once while you’re there.


Munich is one of the largest cities in Germany, located near the wonderful Alps. It’s famous for its art scene, beautiful churches, and many historical buildings. Munich is known for its old city center and the big central square the Marienplatz. Once you’re there, you should make sure to go on one of the educational Munich sightseeing tours. Since the Alps are surrounding the city, we recommend you don’t miss out on gorgeous nature. A day tour of the close city of Innsbruck is great for all the history buffs and those who wish to take in the wonders of the Swarovski Crystal World. The scenic mountains are sure to bring you inner peace.


This city is a fascinating testament to Germany’s culture and traditions, as well as their modern aspirations. During World War II, the city was almost completely ruined, so all of its famous medieval landmarks had to be rebuilt. Almost all of Nuremberg’s centuries-old Altstadt had to be reconstructed and the results are magnificent. The old part of the city is protected by medieval walls, which are sure to inspire the history lovers among you. If you’re a foodie, you’ll undoubtedly enjoy the Michelin-star restaurants the city offers. Furthermore, Nuremberg opera is a must-see for all who love high culture.


The German city of Hamburg is the second biggest in Germany and is the biggest northern city. What is fascinating about Hamburg is that it has more bridges than Amsterdam and Venice combined. It has one of the world's largest ports and is proud of its gritty, seafaring heritage. This is why visiting the Fischmarkt is a great place to start your exploration of the city, right on its waterfront. It was established in 1703 and has been a gathering spot for residents and visitors, selling fresh seafood, flowers, and spices. If you love clubbing, you’ll enjoy The Reeperbahn, a hotspot for clubs and music. However, if you're looking for something a little more traditional, head to the city center, where you'll find the neoclassical Rathaus. For all of you who love shopping in your free time, the retail street Monckebergstrasse is the place to be.

Germany is truly one of the most fascinating countries in Europe, which is why you shouldn’t limit yourself to visiting only one city once you’re there. No matter which cities you end up visiting, we can guarantee you’ll enjoy every moment spent in this country of beer and the Alps.

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