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Bingen am Rhine

Bingen am Rhine is at the southern gateway to the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage stretch of the upper Rhine River. Bingen has the long and fascinating ...  Read more

Black Forest

Although the Black Forest is located in the sunniest area of Germany, its name dates from a time when thick tree cover shielded the forest floor from light. ...  Read more

BMW Museum

Housed in a futuristic mirrored building as fashion-forward as its cars, automobile pioneers BMW take the spotlight at Munich’s BMW Museum, located at the ...  Read more

Bode Museum

As one of five museums on Museum Island, the Bode Museum, formerly the Kaiser- Friedrich Museum, houses three separate collections of sculptures and treasures: ...  Read more

Bonn

When this friendly, relaxed city on the Rhine became West Germany's ‘temporary’ capital in 1949 it surprised many, including its own residents. When in 1991 a ...  Read more

Burg Eltz

One of the lace of fantastical castles perched along waterways near the Rhine, Burg Eltz is Gothic in style, and its many towers and turrets have dominated ...  Read more

Cathedral of Our Blessed Lady (Frauenkirche)

Which landmark particularly stands out in Munich's skyline? That would be the Cathedral of Our Blessed Lady or Frauenkirche, the church featuring two ...  Read more

Checkpoint Charlie

"You are leaving the American sector." Memorialized in film and print, Checkpoint Charlie is the most famous symbol of Cold War era Berlin.  ...  Read more

Church St Michaelis (Michaeliskirche)

The baroque Protestant Church of St. Michaelis - or Michaeliskirche - is a Hamburg landmark. Its famous clock tower soaring above the city roofs has been a ...  Read more

Darmstadt

Just 35km south of Frankfurt, the picturesque city of Darmstadt is renowned for its Jugendstil (Art Nouveau) architecture, the remarkable pre-WWI work of the ...  Read more

Deutsches Eck (German Corner)

The triangular spur of land created where the might of the Rhine and Moselle converge is one of the most poignant memorials to German unity in the country. In ...  Read more

Deutsches Museum

Munich’s gigantic Deutsches Museum is the kind of museum that begs for multiple visits and as one of the world’s largest science and technology museums, you ...  Read more

Drosselgasse

The winemaking town of Rüdesheim am Rhein sits on the eastern banks of the Rhine and is the region’s second-largest visitor attraction after Cologne ...  Read more

East Side Gallery

After the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the East Side Gallery was the result of what remained. It is longest segment of the Berlin Wall that is still ...  Read more

Ehrenbreitstein Fortress (Festung Ehrenbreitstein)

Sitting opposite Koblenz on the banks of the Rhine, there has been a castle of some sort at Ehrenbreitstein since the early Middle Ages. Its current form ...  Read more

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