Top 5 sights in Mannheim

Top 5 sights in Mannheim

Situated in southwestern Germany, Mannheim is a beautiful city. There are several buildings and parks in the city which are absolutely worth visiting, including the City Hall, Mannheim University, the beautiful city centre, a wildlife park and so on. Will you visit Mannheim on your next holiday? The following guide will surely help you finding the best landmarks of the city. Below I will present you the top 5 sights in Mannheim which are the following: Mannheim Palace, the Jesuit Church, Lui... [ read more ]

Top castles in Germany

Top castles in Germany

Germany has a long struggled history that can be traced through its rich away of castles, palaces and fortresses. They are beautiful and scattered throughout the countryside. Today the castles play host to a large series of festivals and events. Let’s get together through the list of top castles in Germany. The Bavarian Neuschwanstein Castlle This castle was built in Bavaria between 1868 and 1886 by King Ludwig II and is one of the top castles in Germany. This is also one of the most visit... [ 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 ]

The Dresden Elbe Valley

The Dresden Elbe Valley

The Dresden Elbe Valley is a place of a natural beauty with many historic and cultural sites. It was developed in the 18th century and boats monuments and parks from the 16th century until today. Due to its diverse architecture, beautiful landscapes and immense land use, it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004. However, the site was delisted in 2009 due to the decision to build a new four-lane bridge that passes by. The valley has about 20 kilometres in total from the Pillnitz Palac... [ read more ]

The rebirth of Dresden

The rebirth of Dresden

The city of Dresden was heavily damaged during the Second World War, but the lovely city on the Elbe became as good as new or even better, during the last two decades. The city was rebuilt brick by brick and has led to the renaissance of industry in the East of Germany. Saxony was beaten down by the war, twenty years ago and Dresden was destroyed by fire bombing during the war. Most of the inhabitants decided to move to West Germany and the Saxony was getting empty. Anyhow, the city got the ... [ read more ]