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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

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

Aussenalster

4 star rating: Recommended 8 Reviews

Aussenalster, or the Outer Alster Lake, is the larger of the two Alster lakes located in Hamburg. It was formed in the 13th century by damming the Alster ...  Read more

Baden-Baden

4.5 star rating: Recommended 12 Reviews

One of the northernmost towns in Baden-Württemberg’s idyllic Black Forest region, the roman spa town of Baden-Baden has long been one of South Germany’s ...  Read more

Bad Homburg

Renowned as one of Germany’s wealthiest postal codes, the 19th-century spa town of Bad Homburg makes a popular day trip from neighboring Frankfurt, less than ...  Read more

Bad Nauheim

Tucked in the foothills of the Taunus Mountains, just north of Frankfurt, the historic spa town of Bad Nauheim has been a popular wellness center for over 150 ...  Read more

Bamberg

One of the principal sights on Germany’s famous Castle Road, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bamberg is one of Europe’s largest intact medieval towns, with ...  Read more

Bauhaus Archive Museum of Design

The Bauhaus Archive Museum of Design is both a museum and a research institute in Berlin. It is a non-profit organization that was established in 1960, and it ...  Read more

Bavaria Filmstadt (Bavarian Film Studio)

3 star rating: Worth doing 4 Reviews

Movie buffs and film fanatics will be in their element at Bavaria Filmstadt, a theme park set within one of Europe’s largest and most renowned film studios. ...  Read more

Bavarian Alps

With soaring mountain peaks, vast lakes and forested slopes punctuated by enchanting castles and traditional alpine villages, the Bavarian Alps offer some of ...  Read more

Bavarian Forest

All too often overlooked in favor of the famous Black Forest, the Bavarian Forest National Park is one of Bavaria’s most scenic natural areas, sprawled along ...  Read more

Beer and Oktoberfest Museum

4.5 star rating: Recommended 261 Reviews

Housed in the oldest town house in Munich, the Beer and Oktoberfest Museum features permanent exhibitions on topics ranging from the history of beer to the ...  Read more

Berggruen Museum

A few years after the Berlin Wall came down, the director of Berlin museums made an offer to art lover Heinz Berggruen to display his collection in a vacant ...  Read more

Berlin Botanical Garden and Botanical Museum

The Berlin Botanical Garden is about 126 acres, making it one of the world's largest botanical gardens, and it has approximately 22,000 types of plants. In ...  Read more

Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom)

4 star rating: Recommended 832 Reviews

With its many green domes, the baroque Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom) is the city’s largest church. The classical building was built in the mid-1700s, ...  Read more

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