What to See in Germany

By | July 18, 2022

In Berlin, it is worth visiting the Kurf├╝rstendamm boulevard, Potsdamer Platz, the most crowded square in the city; Berlin Zoo, founded in the 18th century; look at the Brandenburg Gate, built at the end of the 18th century and which is the symbol of the city. The most famous buildings of this city are the Reichstag, the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedechtniskirche – a church built in 1891 in memory of Wilhelm I, the Town Hall, the Berlin Cathedral, the Marienkirche, one of the oldest Gothic churches in Berlin. There are many museums dedicated to a wide variety of topics.

In Cologne the famous Cologne Cathedral, City Hall, monuments of the period of the Roman Empire are located. Interesting to visit the Cologne House, the Chocolate Museum, the Roman-Germanic Museum, the Ludwig Museum (modern art).

The Goethe Museum is located in Frankfurt. In the historical center of the city, the old Opera and the stock exchange building have been preserved.

According to Top-mba-universities, Germany.Munich is considered one of the most interesting cities in the world. The heart of the city is the Marienplatz square, where the buildings of the old and new town halls are located. There are many museums in the city – these are the old and new Pinakothek, the German Museum, the Bavarian Museum, the German Theater Museum, the Lenbach State Gallery, the BMW Museum.

Hamburg is one of the oldest cities in Germany. His whole life is connected with the port, which is the “pearl” of the city. There are about 2,400 bridges in Hamburg, by their number the city is even ahead of Venice. The symbol of Hamburg is the Baroque St. Michael’s Church. For lovers of hiking, this is simply a paradise – there are probably no such number of covered passages in any other city in Europe. Not to be missed are the secular and shopping street Jungfernstieg, as well as the Reeperbahn, an entertainment district with nightclubs and discos.

Bavaria

Bavaria is only formally a part of Germany, but in spirit it is a sovereign state. The royal Wittelsbach dynasty ruled Bavaria since 1180 and even had its own embassy in Moscow. The language here is not exactly German. Germans from the north, getting into the Bavarian outback, sometimes prefer to communicate with the natives in English. And when in 1948 Bavaria became part of the Federal Republic of Germany, it retained the title of the republic and the lion instead of the German eagle as a national symbol. Bavaria is not like the rest of Germany. She is too wealthy and conservative. But at the same time, this is exactly the Germany, the image of which is associated with it. These are alpine meadows, rural landscapes and numerous noisy pubs. The image of a German in leather pants, knitted golfs, a shirt and a hat is, in fact, a national Bavarian costume.

Neuschwanstein Castle

This is one of three castles built by the “mad” King Ludwig II of Bavaria in neo-Roman style between 1869-1886. Opera and theatrical productions were supposed to be staged in this castle. The castle is built to look like a medieval castle and is located in a picturesque place in the Alps. It was this castle that inspired Walt Disney to create his “Magic Kingdom”. Next to the castle is the Marienbr├╝cke Bridge, thrown over the gorge, offering stunning views of the castle and the valley.

What to See in Germany