Germany- Where the Medieval meets the Modern
When I visited Germany, the vast history, the engaging culture, and the natural beauty taken together added both a modern flavor and the medieval feel to my wonderful experience of this mind-blowing country. Germany is a very diverse country and it has a big list of places to visit in Germany. The more you explore, the more you crave for it. If you are a nature lover, you will instantly fall in love with Germany. It almost looks like the world of fantasy to me with its abundance of picturesque mountains and forests. If you love urban cities, Germany gives you so many options that you run out of time. There are so many places to visit in Germany that picking just two cities became difficult for me.
You must be wondering why I picked Germany, well the answer is simple. This country has this mystery about it that attracts me to it. The more I come to know, the more curious I get. The people of Germany are so methodical, and punctual. They contribute so much precision and hard work to everything that they put their heart to. This is something that you don’t get to see everywhere. Another fact that might interest you is that Germany is less expensive than other European countries I have been to in terms of travel.
Your list of places to visit in Germany could have a lot of fun and exciting cities but my list just comprised of two absolutely beautiful and intriguing cities famous for their art, culture, food, accommodations, recreational activities and much more. The reason why I picked only two cities at a time is because rather than just traveling like many other people, I like to feel the places and know all about them, and that is what gives me my adrenal rush.
Berlin - The Heart of Germany
Berlin is a huge multicultural metropolis; however, it maintains an unpretentious charm of something like an international village. To me this is one of the most addictive cities in the world, I must say. You can be high on history in the mornings and high on parties in the night. If you love parties then this city is a sure shot party paradise. You can literally party till you drop. Its trendsetting culture is just so amazing. I will never forget this place because it inspired me, embraced me, accepted me and made me feel good about myself and the rest of the world. And I have got some lovely and wonderful friends from Berlin who just added to the awesomeness of my visit.
Some of the top places to visit in Germany lie in Berlin. My top recommendations would include Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate - this was the city’s one of the first neoclassical structure, The Gendarmenmarkt, Unter den Linden, The Rebuilt Reichstag, Berlin Cathedral Church, The Grosser Tiergarten and the Victory Column, the museum island, The Berlin Wall Memorial and Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin Dome, The French Cathedral, Nikolai Quarter, Grunewald Forest, Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, and Charlottenburg Palace and Park.
Munich - The Telltale Land
My passion for listening to good stories takes me to a lot of places that are famous and offbeat. I call Munich the telltale land because this destination from my places to visit in Germany comprises of castles, churches, art galleries that go way back in history, theaters, opera houses and a number of beer halls. All these places tell you something that you don’t know yet, all these places tell you a different yet engaging story that you will probably want to share with your grandparents. The theaters portray an amazing blend or art, culture and history.
Some of the famous must places to visit in Germany lie in Munich. Some of them are Munich's Magnificent Residenz, Marienplatz, The New Town Hall, The English Garden, St. Peter's Church, Cuvilliés Theater, National Theater Munich and the Bavarian State Opera, Olympic Stadium of Munich, Nymphenburg Palace, The Alte Pinakothek, The Neue Pinakothek, and The Theatine Church of St. Cajetan.
I hope that my places to visit in Germany list will inspire, embrace and so immensely impact you that you will want to go back for just the way I want to.
Mister Globe Trotter