7 Places Attract Visitors For Germany

The history, culture and natural beauty is perhaps the most descriptive words the nature of the travel in Germany. With the city and the small town has a long tradition, along with many forests and mountains, visitors will get a lot of choice. Those who like to go sightseeing or enjoying the arts should come to the capital, while those who want to participate in recreational activities, you should visit these places as part of the Alps in the region of Bavaria, the black forest or the Valley of the Mosel. The ancient churches and palaces are everywhere. In the towns and small villages, many traditional customs still remains. Berlin is home to numerous museums and exhibitions, and the nature lovers can discover many things from the wonderful landscape of Germany.

1. The Brandenburg Gate
Before the Brandenburg Gate is the gate of the city and is one of the main symbols of the city of Berlin, Germany. This port is located in the Central District (Bezirk Mitte) of Berlin, Pariser Platz and the Platz des 18. Is the only remaining gate of the many ancient gate in Berlin. This portal is the focus of Unter den Linden, the path with silver leaf segment trees (Tilia tomentosa) connects the Bradenburg gate and the Imperial Palace. King Frederick William II who ordered the construction of the gate as a symbol of peace. Carl Gotthard Langhans designer with the construction lasted from the year 1788 to the year 1791 completed.
2. Cologne Cathedral
The Cathedral of Cologne (Cologne Cathedral) with its official name is the Hohe Domkirche St. Peter und Maria (Church of St. Peter and the Virgin Mary) is a Roman Catholic Church with the function is the Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Cologne, Germany. With an elevation of 157 m, this church is the second highest Church of Germany after Protestant Church of Ulm (Ulmer Münster) and is the third highest Church in the world. The Cathedral of Cologne standing next to the main station of Cologne and bordering the river Rhein.
From the year 1880 in 1888. Cologne Cathedral was the world’s tallest House. In addition, the Church is the most famous sights in Germany: In 2001 there were 5 million visitors, in 2004 there were 6 million visitors from all over the world. In a day of welcomes about 20,000 visitors.
3. Black Forest
The Black Forest is a wooded mountain in Baden-Württemberg, Southwestern Germany. The Black Forest is surrounded by the Rhine Valley to the West and South. The highest point is the Summit of Feldberg with an elevation of 1,493 meters (4,898 ft) is. This area has a rectangle with length is 200 km (120 miles) and the width is 60 km (37 miles). Therefore, it has an area of about 12,000 km2. The name Schwarzwald, i.e. the Black Forest from the time of the Romans, dense growth of conifers will block most of the light in the forest. However, the Black Forest is also in favor of nature with the thousands of silver pine forest, lush valleys and streams. It was viewed as a “green lung” of leading economic powers in Europe, with the fresh year round climate.
4. The Castle Neuschwanstein

Neuschwanstein Castle is a Castle located in the village of Schwangau near Füssen in southern Germany, led by King Ludwig II of Bavaria built. This castle is the most famous Castle of the castle of Ludwig II and is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Germany. The castle was also the travel business called “fairy castle”. The castle was used as the model for “the castle of the sleeping Princess” in Walt Disney. Right near there is the Castle Hohenschwangau, where Ludwig II lived with the family in the summer during his adolescence.
5. Miniatur Wunderland and the port of hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland (Miniature Wonderland) not only for train enthusiasts. Trains, planes and cars go through the miniature landscape built meticulously, simulating infinitely famous landmarks such as the Bay ice of Norway, the dazzling neon streets of Las Vegas. This is one of the tourist attractions in Germany, with about a million visitors each year. Miniatur Wunderland has an area of more than 6,400 square meters and there are hundreds of trains, nearly 9,000 cars and 215,000 “Wunderlander”, the name of the small resident here.
The port of Hamburg (German Hamburger Hafen) is a port in Hamburg, Germany, on the river Elbe. The port is situated 110 km from the mouth of the river Elbe into the North Sea. It is called the “gateway to the world” of Germany and is the largest port in Germany. It is the second busiest port in Europe (after the port of Rotterdam) about the amount of TEU through, and the 11th-largest worldwide. The year 2008 has been handling container 9,740,000 in the port of Hamburg. The port covers an area of 73.99 km ² (64.80 km ² can be used), in which 43.31 km ² (34.12 km ²) is land. With favorable natural position of a tributary of the Elbe River, creating an ideal place for port with warehouses and means of transport. The extensive free port also allows for free shipping.

6. The Valley of the river Rhein
The upper Middle-Rhine River Valley (Oberes Mittelrheintal) also has a name: the ‘ Rhine Gorge ‘ is part stretches along the Rhine from Koblenz to Bingen in Germany, with a length of 65 km. It has been recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site in June in 2002 with a unique combination of features of geology , history, culture and industry.
The geology here is formed from the Devonian rocks, carrying sediment, mainly of slate. The Canyon is carved and lifted up in the recent period made up the steep walls up to 200 metres on either side of the River, of which the most impressive are the Loreley, is a viewpoint very impressive Gorge.
7. Museum Island in Berlin
Museum Island (Museumsinsel) is located on the Spree River in Central Berlin. The name of the island derives from Group 5 the world’s leading Museum is located at the northern tip of the island.
The island has this name because there are many world famous Museum, now occupies the entire second half of the North Island (formerly of the settlements for the arts and sciences by King Frederick William IV in 1841). Constructed under several Prussian King reign, the collections of art and archaeology of the houses this museum has become public property after the year 1918, the Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz when (Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation) currently holds the House and Museum Collections.

With the information shared about the famous German tourist on this, I hope you will have some suggestions about the famous tourist destination in Germany to start a tour in Germany is interesting and meaningful.

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