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Germany, well known as Deutschland too, is a country in Western and Central Europe. It borders Denmark to the north, Austria and Switzerland to the south, France to southwest and many more other countries. Germany is a big country according to area as it covers an area of around 357,386 square kilometer with 83 million inhabitants living inside the country.

Germany consists of 16 constituent states. Germany is the second largest state after Russia in Europe. Germany is a decentralized country having Berlin as its capital and is the largest metropolis.

Things to do in Germany

So now let's know about 10 things to do in Germany:

1. Berlin

A dramatic turn of events marked on August 13, 1961, shaped the whole Berlin for many years. Especially the Berlin wall which was erected to the escape of East Berliners from Soviet-regulated East German State difficult. Today the fragments of the wall are nothing more than crafted length of concrete but still the sight and history is enough to attract visitors by the thousands per day.

2. Berchtesgaden National Park

If you are very much interested in hiking, cycling, and Nordic walking then this the best place where you can enjoy all these things collectively. The Berchtesgaden National is full of naturistic things and especially it is free from much human beings hands. The National Park consist of crystal clear lakes, little villages, Rolling Meadows and many more interesting things.

The main attraction of this National Park is Lake Konigssee as the lake is far cleaner from other lakes.

3. Burg Eltz

Burg Eltz in Rhineland-Palatinate is the beautiful castle tells what courtyard of romanticism should be about. It is one from medieval fortresses in the complete Europe to remain complete intact with a dazzling impression. The conical towers are very high and you can see the lush green surrounding of the Elzbach valley. More importantly the castle has a good number of 15th century lavatories which were fully flushable.

4. Wurzburg Residence

This beautiful residence is listed among UNESCO World Heritage Site which makes the residence more important. The huge building is planned by famous architects from France, Austria, and Germany and finally imposing together with 300 rooms, well-groomed gardens and luxuries innards with effective look. The major regards for the completion of this beautiful residence goes to Archbishop Johan.

5. Upper Middle Rhine Valley

The area surrounded by valley reflects the beautiful relationship that a human being can have with their surrounding as it consist of sun-drenched vineyards, idyllic castles and historic towns. The valley has facilitated cultural transitions for centuries between the Mediterranean Sea and north. To experience and witness it’s better to discover it by boat.

6. Cologne Cathedral

The Cologne Cathedral sits on the site of the Roman Temple from 4th century. This beautiful building was under construction for about 600 years, every year added detail emulates the original design. In 1996 the Cathedral was added to the world Heritage list by UNESCO for the reason that the construction is a masterpiece of engineering. The decoration of the cathedral and imposing fa├žade invariably strike the visitor with awe.

7. Wies Church

Wies Church is a divine palace with fervent glory where once a dilapidated wooden figurine - a crying portrait of scourged Saviour stood. The fabulous outer surrounding and beautiful interior serves to ignite the unique and spiritual experience. The curious and excited person entering the church are often left speechless upon entering the whitewashed building. The beautiful building is also under World Heritage status.

8. Old Town Of Regensburg

Regensburg, founded in 179 AD by Romans is a trading center with a thriving culture. In the town you can witness the exquisite marks of wonderful history and there you can experience German artistry and romanticism. It is bestowed with UNESCO World Heritage honors. When you are inside the town you will feel like you have experienced a journey through the middle ages.

9. Weimar Museums

These Museums are the center of the whole Germany as it is more than just stimulation of mind as it worthy to extend your visit to enjoy the Museum. The number of exquisite museums in Weimer reflects and atmosphere of real anticipation.

10. Trier

Trier is the oldest town in the country as it is approximately 2000 years old and this town is the home of six different Roman Emperors, thus the array of ancient remnants and many of which are preserved. The Porta Nigra in Trier was once an important gate within city walls.

11. Hohenzollern Castle

Hohenzollern Castle still looks as if time had not passed. Located high on Mount Hohenzollern, it offers a view almost as spectacular as the fortress's own design.

Thus, these are some destinations in Germany where you can enjoy your holidays.
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