Germany

Things to Do & Attractions in Germany

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Leipzig

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Leipzig is located in eastern Germany in what was formerly East Germany. Evidence of the city has been documented as early as 1015, and in 2015 Leipzig ...  Read more

Plauen

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Plauen is located in Saxony in the eastern part of the country near the border of Bavaria and Czech Republic. In the 1930s, Plauen hosted the first chapter of ...  Read more

The Holocaust Memorial

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1418 Reviews

The Holocaust Memorial, also known as the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, is an urban tribute to remember and honor up to 6 million Jewish victims of ...  Read more

Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp

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Located just north of Berlin, Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp was one of the most notorious death camps of the Nazi regime. The site was built in the summer ...  Read more

Old Town Hall (Altes Rathaus)

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Enclosing Munich's central square Marienplatz, the Old Town Hall, Altes Rathaus in German, serves as the center for city council activity for the historic ...  Read more

Linderhof Castle

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Ludwig II had a habit of designing palaces after his idols. In the case of Linderhof Palace, the inspiration was the Sun-King Louis XIV and Versailles as he ...  Read more

Tiergarten Park

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Berlin’s Central Park is Tiergarten, a huge stretch of parkland, formal gardens and leafy walkways in the city’s west. Until the 1830s the parkland was ...  Read more

Soviet War Memorial

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In Berlin there are three Soviet War Memorials. One is located in the northern end of the city in the Pankow district, one is in the southern end of the city ...  Read more

Otto Weidt Museum (Museum Blindenwerkstatt Otto Weidt)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 17 Reviews

A unique and moving tribute to one of the everyday heroes of World War II, the Otto Weidt Museum tells the story of the site's history as Weidt's Workshop for ...  Read more

Old Jewish Cemetery (Alter Juedischer Friedhof)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 9 Reviews

The Old Jewish Cemetery is one of the oldest Jewish cemeteries in Berlin. It was built in 1672 and contains the grave of Moses Mendelssohn, a philosopher and ...  Read more

Kreuzberg

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Kreuzberg makes up the western side of the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district, though the two sides are still referred to separately since they were only ...  Read more

Grosse Freiheit 36

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Hamburg is famous for its Beatles history. It's the city where the band got their start by playing at various clubs near Reperbahn in the St. Pauli ...  Read more

Oberbaum Bridge

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The Oberbaum Bridge, or Oberbaumbrücke in German, was built in the late 1800s and crosses the River Spree to connect the neighborhoods of Kreuzberg and ...  Read more

Albrecht Durer House

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Famous for his delicate and anatomically precise etchings, woodcuts and prints, Albrecht Dürer was a Northern Renaissance artist who lived all his life ...  Read more

Berlin Victory Column (Siegessäule)

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Standing 67 meters (220 feet) high and topped with a 35-tonne gilded figure of Victoria – the Roman goddess of victory in battle – the Berlin Victory Column ...  Read more

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