Frankfurt's Top 10 Attractions

Frankfurt’s Top 10 Attractions

This city is for many travellers the gateway to Europe because of the famous International Airport. The economical capital of Germany has a unique architecture in the world with a mixture of modern skyscrapers and green parks all over the city. This international city is marked with diversity. You can find here anything you want:  hospital people, arts, historic buildings, modern architectural buildings, animated nightlife and shopping centres. Here are the Frankfurt’s top 10 attractions ... [ 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 ]

Nature Museum Senckenberg

Nature Museum Senckenberg

Senckenberg is a German research organization which has six science institutes and three natural history museums. Frankfurt’s Nature Museum Senckenberg or the Naturmuseum is the second largest museum of nature in Germany. This represents the perfect place to visit in Frankfurt if you have children passionate about natural history. With a total area of 6,000 square meters extended o three floors, it attracts more than 400,000 visitors each year. The museum displays the biodiversity and the ev... [ read more ]

Weimar, a historical city

Weimar, a historical city

Weimaris a small town but has big history behind. Located in the German state of Thuringia, it only counts 62,000 citizens today. In the early 19th century, Weimarhad ten times less citizens than it has today. It is a city of musicians, writers and philosophers. Goethe and Schiller lived and wrote here. Bach, Franz List or Carl Maria von Weber are some of the famous musicians who played and composed here. Besides that, Weimar, a historical city, is also a cultural city. Culture inWeimar ... [ read more ]

One day in Weimar

One day in Weimar

Weimar is a beautiful German town to fall in love with. In Weimar you can visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites and attend the many cultural events that take place in the city all year long. It is a place of culture and history. Discovering the museums, palaces and parks means discovering Germany’s recent history and culture. However, Weimar is not all about history and heritage but is also the place where you can enjoy the cosmopolitan life. About Weimar   Weimar is a smal... [ read more ]

Old Churches in Heidelberg

Old Churches in Heidelberg

There are many historical sites and churches in Heidelbergand its surroundings. The impressive churches are some of the city attractions, along with the castle and the beautiful cityscapes. A tour of the old churches in Heidelberg should include the Church of the Holy Spirit, theChurch ofJesuits and St. Peter’s Church. The church of Holy Spirit The most famous church in Heidelbergis the Churchof Holy Spirit. This is located in the middle of the market place (Marktplatz) in the old ce... [ read more ]

Islands in Lake Constance

Islands in Lake Constance

The fresh water Lake of Constance(Bodensee in German) is situated on the Rhine, near the Alps at 395 meters altitude. It has three bodies of water and a couple of islands. The major islands in Lake Constance are Mainau, Reichenau and Lindau. Mainau or the Flower Island This island is also called “FlowerIsland” because the island has plenty of flowers. Due to the warm climate, in the 19th century, a botanical garden was established here by Prince Nikolaus. An arboretum, an Italian rose ga... [ read more ]