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Die Hackeschen Hoefe

Hackeschen Hoefe is the largest enclosed courtyard area in Germany, consisting of eight interconnected areas. Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, this ...  Read more

Dinkelsbuhl

Remarkably escaping damage throughout both the Thirty Years' War and WWII, Dinkelsbuhl has a historic presence that belies its small size and the walled town ...  Read more

Donauworth

One of the former Free Imperial Cities located along Bavaria’s Romantic Road, Donauwörth boasts an impressive location at the meeting point of the ...  Read more

Dorotheenstadtischer Friedhof

Dorotheenstadtischer Friedhof is a cemetery in Berlin dating back to 1762. It serves as a resting place for many well known Germans. Today many visitors ...  Read more

Dresden

4.5 star rating: Recommended 205 Reviews

Once the jewel of baroque Germany, Dresden’s Old Town was almost completely destroyed during the World War II bombings, but after years of painstaking ...  Read more

Dresden Frauenkirche

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

The Frauenkirche in Dresden was built between 1726 and 1743. Its dome collapsed on Feb. 15, 1945 during the bombings of World War II. After the war, the ruins ...  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

Dusseldorf Old Town

The traditional heart of the city and one of Germany’s most famous nightlife districts, Dusseldorf’s Old Town (Altstadt) is where visitors spend the majority ...  Read more

East Side Gallery

1 star rating: I do not recommend this 1 Review

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)

4 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

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

Eiserner Steg

The looming steel peaks of the Eiserner Steg, or the Iron Footbridge, have dominated Frankfurt’s skyline since 1869, a striking homage to the city’s ...  Read more

Elbe Tunnel (Alter Elbtunnel)

The Old Elbe Tunnel, or Alter Elbtunnel in German, runs under the Elbe River from St. Pauli Landing Stages to Steinwerder in the Port of Hamburg. During the ...  Read more

EL-DE Haus

In 1934, a jeweler by the name of Leonard Dahlen rented his shop to the National Socialist Party, better known as the Nazis. Officially, the building was ...  Read more

English Garden (Englischer Garten)

4 star rating: Recommended 23 Reviews

The Englischer Garten, German for "English Garden", is one of the world's largest urban parks - even larger than New York's Central Park. Named for ...  Read more

Ephraim-Palais

The Ephraim-Palais focuses on the history and culture of Berlin. The museum is set in a rococo palace that was built from 1762 to 1766 by Veitel Heine ...  Read more

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