A tourist guide to Essen

A tourist guide to Essen

Essen is a beautiful city which lies on the River Ruhr, in the western part of Germany, more precisely in North Rhine-Westphalia. The city used to play an important role in Germany’s coal industry. Today, it is an important economical centre and also owns some magnificent tourist attractions, such as the Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex, Villa Hügel, Essen Cathedral, the Old Synagogue, the Grugapark Botanical Garden and so on. If you would like to visit the beautiful city of Essen,... [ read more ]

Discovering Frankfurt's churches and cathedrals

Discovering Frankfurt’s churches and cathedrals

If you ever visit Frankfurtyou will realize that a couple of days is not enough for viewing all it has to offer. The German metropolis has lots of tourist attractions. You might be fascinated by the green side of the city or by the modern architecture, but in either way, you should not miss visiting the beautiful old cathedras of the city. Discovering Frankfurt’s churches and cathedrals is a must-do for every visitor inFrankfurt. Saint Bartholomew’s Cathedral The journey of discovering... [ read more ]

The old city of Lubeck

The old city of Lubeck

Why travel far away during holidays? You must take into consideration visiting the old city of Lübeck. The German city is one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the country and is the second largest city in northern Germany. It is located in the Schleswig-Holstein region, the northernmost of the sixteen German states. Situated on the river Trave, this is the largest German port on the Baltic Sea. If you take a trip to the unique city of Lübeck, you can discover all the beauties it ... [ read more ]

The twelve Romanesque Churches of Cologne

The twelve Romanesque Churches of Cologne

  Cologneis the fourth largest city in Germany. The city once called “Colonia” bears witness to its ancient Roman influence. Cologneis a city of arts and culture, with many beautiful cathedrals dating from the Middle Age. About the churches Cologneis very proud of its churches built in Romanesque style. The twelve Romanesque Churches of Cologne have a high impact on the city architectural style. These churches are located within the medieval city walls. They have been destroyed d... [ read more ]