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Travel through the sophisticated cities and quaint villages of this European country to experience its breweries, folk traditions and fascinating history.

Popular cities in Germany

Friedrichstrasse showing outdoor art
Known for Shopping, Museums and Business


Reasons to visit

  • Berlin Zoological Garden
    Berlin Zoological Garden
  • Potsdamer Platz
    Potsdamer Platz
  • Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church
    Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church
Miniatur Wunderland featuring interior views and rides
Known for Dining, Shopping and Business


Reasons to visit

  • Miniatur Wunderland
    Miniatur Wunderland
  • Hamburg Dungeon
    Hamburg Dungeon
  • Fish Market
    Fish Market
Munich which includes interior views as well as an individual male
Known for Beers, Museums and Culture


Reasons to visit

  • Marienplatz
  • English Garden
    English Garden
  • Hofbrauhaus
Frankfurt which includes outdoor art
Known for Business, Sports and Museums


Reasons to visit

  • Alte Oper
    Alte Oper
  • Romerberg
  • Römer
Church of Our Lady featuring a city
Known for Historical Buildings, Shopping and Museums


Reasons to visit

  • Semper Opera House
    Semper Opera House
  • Church of Our Lady
    Church of Our Lady
  • Zwinger Palace
    Zwinger Palace
Cologne Cathedral
Known for Shopping, Cathedrals and Business


Reasons to visit

  • Cologne Cathedral
    Cologne Cathedral
  • Chocolate Museum
    Chocolate Museum
  • Museum Ludwig
    Museum Ludwig

Popular places to visit in Germany

Brandenburg Gate
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Brandenburg Gate

This symbol of German unification ranks alongside Paris' Arc de Triomphe as one of Europe’s most iconic and emotive monuments.

Cologne Cathedral
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Cologne Cathedral

Marvel at the Gothic architecture and the shrine of the three wise men at one of the largest churches in the world.

Reichstag Building
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Reichstag Building

Torched by Hitler, bombed by Britain and stormed by the Russians, the seat of German power has risen again as a symbol of a united and progressive Germany.

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With its stark, 1960s layout, “Alex” is a showcase of Communist-era architecture and a lively central meeting place for locals.

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Use this central square as a base for sightseeing, or as a vantage point to watch the crowds and take in Munich’s famous carillon.

Potsdamer Platz
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Potsdamer Platz

Berliners come to celebrate their city in this public square, which was leveled during World War II and isolated in the Cold War.