Germany's Fascinating and Famous Tourist Attractions

If you plan to spend your vacation time in Germany, there are several recommended tourist attractions in this country that you must visit, starting from Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate, Oktoberfest, Holstentor, Frauenkirche, Neuschwanstein, Rugen Cliffs and many others.



IPHEDIA.com - Germany is a country that has many tourist attractions that are sure to fascinate tourists. If you plan to spend your vacation time in Germany, there are several recommended tourist attractions in this country that you must visit.

Tourist destinations in Germany that you can visit include Berlin Wall, Brandenburg Gate, Oktoberfest, Holstentor, Frauenkirche, Neuschwanstein, Rugen Cliffs, Cologne Cathedral, Maulbronn Monastery, Romantic Road, Freiburg Tower, Lindau, Heidelberg Old City, Eltz Castle , Romantic Rhine and many others.

Don't miss Berlin Wall and Brandenburg Gate or Berlin Gate to visit. The construction gate itself dates back to the 18th century and serves as entrance to Brandengburg City an der Havel. Berlin walls and gates are the main symbol unification of East Berlin and West Berlin.

In Lubeck City, Germany, there is also Holstentor, one of the two gates in this city which is very old. Its construction was carried out in 1464 and has now converted into a museum. Apart from visiting old cities, historic churches and castles, Germany also has a cool natural tourist attraction, namely the Jasmund National Park in the northeast of Rugen Island.

After Romantic Road, don't forget to also visit Romantic Rhine in Rhine City. Germany's most popular tourist attraction is a river that flows through a covered vineyard, at the top of which are many palaces and ruins of ancient historical cities. (as/ip)

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