Germany is an incredibly diverse country, offering something for every traveler. It has huge and fascinating cities with impressive cathedrals, rich cultural life and night and excellent museums; Ancient cities with architectural pearls; Picturesque villages and graceful towns; Romantic castles; Clear lakes; Lush forests; Scenic roads; Wide rivers, vineyard-covered hills, many world heritage sites and of course excellent beer.
Berlin, the capital, is a fascinating, innovative and liberal city, with rich cultural life, wild nightlife, contemporary architecture, a vast supply of excellent museums, alongside green landscapes, forests and parks. There are a few worthwhile sites in the city, including the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag Building, Unter den Linden Boulevard, the Museum Island, the Check Point Charlie Crossing Point, the Remnants of the Berlin Wall, the Jewish Museum, the Jewish Quarter and the New Synagogue and the Tirgarten Park.
THE BLACK FOREST
The Black Forest sounds like a good name for a mysterious, engaging and interesting children's story. In reality, this is a very similar experience, only much more magical: the German destination has become especially popular with families thanks to a wealth of attractions, a nature that leaves no one indifferent, picturesque towns and pure pleasure.
Freiburg, the capital of the Black Forest, is a great place to start. This is a university town brimming with cafes, restaurants and entertainment venues, just walking around is an interesting experience. You can visit the synagogue here with the interesting monument on its front. Another place your kids will love especially is Triberg - a town with waterfalls, woodwork, souvenirs and cuckoo clocks (an experience in itself). Here you can also climb and walk in the rope park which includes hanging rope bridges, obstacle courses, forest hopping and omega surfing.
Munich is the capital of Bavaria and the third largest city in Germany. It is one of Europe's cultural capitals and has a dizzying supply of museums and theaters alongside a wealth of beer taverns. It is very worthwhile to visit the Old Gallery, the Modern Art Gallery, the German Museum, the BMW Museum, the Marian Square, the Royal Palace, the churches of St. Peter, St. Mary and St. Michael and the English Gardens. In the south of Bavaria are the Alps.
Germany also has wonderful natural sites and landscapes. The romantic way is through a beautiful landscape along small villages and picturesque towns, ancient castles, rivers and lakes. The highlight is the steeple-rich Neuschwinestein Castle that enjoys dramatic location and exceptional design.