Visit the fantastic Europa-Park

Visit the fantastic Europa-Park

An amusement park or a theme park is always great fun for the entire family. The fantastic Europa-Park is Germany’s largest theme park, being Europe’s second most popular theme park, after Disneyland Paris. Situated in Rust, in the south-western part of the country, the park is extremely popular among both locals and tourists. It is home to eleven fantastic roller coasters of which the oldest is the Alpenexpress Mine Train that takes you through a wonderful diamond mine. The park can ... [ read more ]

Short guide to Cologne

Short guide to Cologne

Undoubtedly one of the most fascinating and most attractive German cities is the beautiful city of Cologne (Köln). It is the fourth largest city of the country and a major tourist destination. Cologne is also a main cultural center of Germany, being home to over thirty museums and dozens of art galleries. The city is abundant in landmarks and visitor attractions, including churches, architectural jewels, bridges and so on. Perhaps the most prominent and best-known landmark of the city is the... [ read more ]

Best outdoor activities in Germany

Best outdoor activities in Germany

Germany is not just a country abundant in historic cities and cultural landmarks, it is also a land of hundreds of natural wonders. If you are a nature-lover, looking for a great country to visit and in addition you are looking for some outdoor activities to practice, Germany will be a perfect destination for you! In some of my previous articles I have already presented you numerous natural attractions of the country, including mountains, national parks, lakes and even beaches. Below I will ... [ read more ]

The best-preserved historic towns in Saxony

The best-preserved historic towns in Saxony

With such important cities like Dresden, Leipzig, Zwickau and Chemnitz, the wonderful German state, Saxony is a great area to visit. The state is an important historic region of the country. Its capital, Dresden is a wonderful city, attracting numerous visitors each year. In one of my previous guides I have already presented you the best urban destinations of the state. Below I will present you the best-preserved historic towns in Saxony which include Freiberg, Meissen, Bautzen, Pirna and Gör... [ read more ]

A traveler’s guide to Hamburg

A traveler’s guide to Hamburg

The second largest city of Germany, the astonishing city of Hamburg is an extremely popular tourist destination. It drags millions of visitors yearly due to its wonderful landmarks and tourist attractions. In 2007 the city welcomed almost 4 million of visitors. Thus, it is not surprising that tourism plays an important role in the economy of the city. Some of the main highlights of this fascinating North German city are the City Hall, the St. Michaelis Church, the famous St. Pauli district, t... [ read more ]

Things visitors must know about Berlin

Things visitors must know about Berlin

The German capital city, Berlin is an internationally significant and popular destination. The immense city is also a top tourist destination of Germany and even of the entire continent. The city houses innumerable landmarks and visitor attractions, ranging from museums to churches, from galleries to monuments and famous landmarks. If you are planning a visit to the German capital city, I have good news for you: you’ve found the right article. Below I will present you some things visitors m... [ read more ]

5 places that make Germany great

5 places that make Germany great

Germany is one of the top tourist destinations of Europe. This is not surprising at all if we think of the deluge of the unique tourist attractions of the country. In the previous articles I have already presented you several astonishing destinations and sights. Below I will present you 5 places that make Germany great. These places are the following: its capital city, Berlin, the beautiful Lake Constance, the Black Forest, Cologne and the Romantic Road. If your next destination is Germany, I ... [ read more ]