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Chiemsee

4.5 star rating: Recommended 88 Reviews

At 80 sq km (31 square miles) Chiemsee is the largest lake in Bavaria, fed by the snowmelt water of the rivers Prien Tiroler and Achen, which drain the lake ...  Read more

Church St Michaelis (Michaeliskirche)

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 57 Reviews

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

Classic Remise Berlin

Berlin's Classic Remise opened in 2003 as the first classic car center of its kind in the world. Housing garages, services and dealers, as well as model cars, ...  Read more

Cologne Old Town (Altstadt)

4 star rating: Recommended 44 Reviews

Old Town is in many ways, the heart and soul of the city. It's near the Köln Dom, surrounded by "the Ring," a ring of streets, botanical space, ...  Read more

Currywurst Museum

Few foods are more iconic than the German fast food sausage dish, Currywurst. Steamed, then fried pork sausage is seasoned with spicy curry ketchup, then ...  Read more

Dachau Concentration Camp

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 442 Reviews

Dachau Concentration Camp was the first of its kind opened in Germany by the Nazi government in 1933, and it served as a model for later concentration camps. ...  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

DDR Museum

1 star rating: I do not recommend this 1 Review

The official name of East Germany was first Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR), or German Democratic Republic. The DDR Museum in Berlin is an interactive ...  Read more

Deichstrasse

Deichstrasse is the oldest street in Hamburg, Germany dating back to the 14th century. It is located near Speicherstadt, which is the old warehouse district ...  Read more

Deutscher Dom

The Deutscher Dom, or German Cathedral in English, was built in the early 1700s in Berlin and was originally known as the Neue Kirche, or New Church. 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

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

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