Visit the Neuschwanstein Castle

Visit the Neuschwanstein Castle

The fantastic Neuschwanstein Castle is a top tourist attraction of Germany. It drags innumerable visitors every year. The fairy tale-like castle is one of the most famous landmarks of the country, being visited by about 6,000 visitors per day during summer season and by about 1.3 million of tourists per year. The castle is among the most beautiful of its kind in Europe. Its setting makes it even more attractive for tourists. The Romanesque Revival palace is located in Bavaria, on a rugged hi... [ read more ]

Highlights of the Mittelrhein

Highlights of the Mittelrhein

The Mittelrhein or the Middle Rhine Valley is the most picturesque section of the Rhine River. It runs between the cities of Bonn and Bingen and spans three German states: Hesse, Rhineland-Palatine and North Rhine-Westphalia. The section named the “Rhine Gorge” is also known as the “Romantic Rhine” and it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are numerous notable cities along the Mittelrhein which are absolutely worth visiting. Besides, there are fantastic landscapes along this secti... [ read more ]

Top 5 sights in Stuttgart

Top 5 sights in Stuttgart

For those who love sightseeing Stuttgart is a perfect destination. Situated in the state of Baden-Württemberg, the city lies in a scenic landscape dominated by hills, parks and valleys. The capital city of the state is an extremely popular destination for tourists. It owns some outstanding visitor attractions of which I will present you in the followings the best ones. If you are planning a visit to Stuttgart and would like to find out which are the must-see attractions of the city, read on... [ read more ]

Visit the spectacular city of Nuremberg

Visit the spectacular city of Nuremberg

As we all know, Bavaria is worldwide famous for its fantastic traditions, cuisine, festivals, landscapes and cities. One of the most spectacular cities of Bavaria is Nuremberg. The city has a rich history. It is considered to be found somewhere in the 11th century. There are numerous fantastic sights in Nuremberg, ranging from museums to churches. Among the main attractions of the city are the Nuremberg Castle, the Germanisches Nationalmuseum, the beautiful St Sebaldus Church, the Nuremberg ... [ read more ]

The best tourist guide to Schwerin

The best tourist guide to Schwerin

The magnificent city of Schwerin is the capital of the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, being its second largest settlement. It can be found in the northern part of Germany. Not only the city is attractive, but its surroundings, too. There are numerous picturesque lakes which surround Schwerin. As for the cultural tourist attractions of the city, there are several fantastic buildings in Schwerin. These include the following: Schwerin Castle, the Schelfkirche, the Schwerin Cathedral, the Stat... [ read more ]

Top 5 man-made wonders of Germany

Top 5 man-made wonders of Germany

Germany is a spectacular country with numerous places of interest, historic attractions, fantastic cities and natural attractions. If you are a lover of buildings, Germany is the perfect destination for you. There are numerous spectacular man-made wonders in Germany, such as castles, cathedrals, churches and other historic buildings or structures. These are famous tourist attractions and are visited by dozens of tourists each year. If you happen to visit Germany on your next vacation, I sugges... [ read more ]

Visiting Saxony

Visiting Saxony

Saxony or, as it is usually called, the free state of Saxony, is an area of unaltered natural beauty. The region has a rich cultural landscape and centuries old but well-preserved traditions. Visiting Saxony should be done for the famous craftsmanship in the Ore Mountains, the Sorb traditions and the special dialect called Vogtland. Besides the centuries-old traditions, Saxony was not left far away from innovation. The region is a high-tech location and has many complex technological project... [ read more ]

Royal Castles of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof

Royal Castles of Neuschwanstein and Linderhof

Did you know that near Munich you can explore two beautiful Bavarian castles from the Middle Ages? While hidden in the seclusion of the German mountains, King Ludwig II built two of his castles, Neuschwanstein and Linderhof. They were his dream castles and they still look today like they are part of a fairytale. A complete tour of Munich should include visiting these two castles. From Munich you can make a day-trip to Neuschwanstein and Linderhof and visit the extraordinary Bavarian castles. B... [ read more ]