Things To Do
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Germany tourism thrives not only because famous people such as Einstein came from this European country, but also because it has much to offer. From the Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin, Goethe House in Frankfurt to Kurhaus of Baden-Baden, there is so much to see and do.
Popularly known as the city of art, Berlin has so much to offer to its visitors. The most sought after things to do in Germany is visiting religious, art galleries and historical sites. You can visit the Galerie Eigen and Art, Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum, the Loop-Raum fur aktuelle kunst, Deutsches Historiches Museum, Berlin Wall, Museen Charlotteburg, Museumsinsel, and Checkpoint Charlie among many others. The beauty of visiting Berlin is that each of your interests has been taken care of. When all you need is serene environment while in Berlin, head to the Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum with over 22,000 plant species.
Hamburg is an interesting city that some consider being the “Gateway to the World”. It is one of the best places to visit in Germany. Besides being the business hub of the country, it is the second biggest city in the country and has the largest port in the world. Once in the city, you will discover why it was declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. While in Hamburg, visit the Hamburg Town Hall which boasts 647 rooms making it the largest in the country, the Eekholt Wildlife Park, learn history at the Markthalle Hamburg and even participate in the famous Hamburg Dungeon.
Visiting the Frankfurt Cathedral
The city of Frankfurt boasts many attractions and landmarks which contributes a lot to Germany tourism. In the heart of the city, you will find the 16th century Roman Catholic Church popularly known as the Frankfurt Cathedral. The church which is dedicated to Saint Bartholomew and is built in Gothic design has architecture significance and has been destroyed twice in the past. It is a masterpiece that is a must see. This is the largest religious site in the city.
Visit the Frankfurt’s Historic Railway
Established back in the year 1970s, the Historic Railway Museum is one of the places to visit in Germany. The 1940s steam locomotive 52 4867, the 1934 steam locomotive 01 118 and cultural monuments among other railway materials can be found at the museum. This gives you a chance as a visitor to go back in time and see how the public transport used to be. If you are lucky enough, you can attend the Whitsun’s Konigstein railway festival that takes place annually.
Germany is a European country that is rich in historical, architecture and cultural diversity. There are museums, landmarks, art galleries, religious sites and many other unique must see things. The transport system is reliable with modes of transport including cars, taxis, train, buses and planes. When you are looking for things to do in Germany, you will be amazed by the choices that you will have.
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