Germany

Germany Attractions

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Alexanderplatz

4 star rating: Recommended 5 Reviews

Alexanderplatz remains the largest urban square in all of Germany and is a central meeting place in Berlin, located in the Mitte District.  At its center is ...  Read more

Allianz Arena

4 star rating: Recommended 8 Reviews

Home to the city’s two leading football teams, FC Bayern and TSV 1860, Munich’s Allianz Arena is one of Germany’s largest and most iconic sports stadiums. The ...  Read more

Allied Museum (Alliierten Museum)

The Allied Museum, or Alliierten Museum in German, explores the history of the Allies in Berlin from the end of World War II until a few years after the ...  Read more

Alster Lakes

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 37 Reviews

Boating on the Alster Lakes is a special experience in Hamburg, highlighting the historic role of waterways in Germany’s biggest port. Hamburg grew up ...  Read more

Alte Nationalgalerie

One of the most impressive museums in Berlin is the Old National Gallery, or Alte Nationalgalerie in German. The museum was built between 1867 and 1876 and ...  Read more

Altes Museum

The Old Museum, or Altes Museum in German, was completed in 1830 and was one of the most important buildings of the Neoclassical era. It consists of 18 Ionic ...  Read more

Altona Fish Market (Fischmarkt)

Perhaps one of Hamburg’s most unusual attractions is the Altona Fish Market - or Fischmarkt, held every Sunday morning come rain or shine. Along with the ...  Read more

Amalienburg

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 11 Reviews

Amalienburg is Emperor Charles VII's most precious legacy and the beautiful park gardens and fountains have become one of Munich's most scenic locations. A ...  Read more

Andechs Monastery

Munich’s beer gardens are world famous but few offer such idyllic surroundings as the Andechs brewery, housed in the historic Andechs Monastery, 40km southwest ...  Read more

Anne Frank Zentrum

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

Anne Frank is known throughout the world as the girl who fled to Amsterdam from Germany with her parents to escape the Nazi regime. Once the Nazis invaded the ...  Read more

Anti-Kriegs Museum

The first version of the Anti-War Museum, or Anti Kriegs Museum in German, was founded by Ernst Friedrich in Berlin in the 1920s. Before establishing the ...  Read more

AquaDom & SEA LIFE Berlin

AquaDom and SEA LIFE Berlin is an aquarium featuring more than 5,000 aquatic animals in over 35 different displays. The AquaDom, specifically, is the largest ...  Read more

Aschaffenburg

The gateway to the idyllic Spessart Mountains, the popular holiday resort of Aschaffenburg is one of northern Bavaria’s most picturesque towns, renowned for ...  Read more

Atta Cave

Also known as Attendorn Dripstone Cave, Atta Cave is located in Attendorn, Germany, and is the country’s largest dripstone cave. Filled with stalagmites and ...  Read more

Augsburg

4 star rating: Recommended 23 Reviews

Venerable Augsburg was settled in 15BC; along with remnants of the ancient city wall, you can see numerous antiquities in the Römisches Museum. But even ...  Read more

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