Germany Travel List | Top 15 Places

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Standing out with its long and deep-rooted history, Germany is among the world’s favorite migration destinations. The country, which is spreading in Western and Central Europe, encounters an intense tourist population especially in the spring and summer months when the temperatures start to rise. By making holiday plans to a modern European country, you can discover the important cities and places in Germany.

Germany Travel  List

Completing its national union in 1871, Germany welcomes many tourists every year with its 16 federal sub-regions. You can experience a cultural and historical tour by flying to a modern country that has made great contributions to European civilization in the fields of arts such as music, theater and philosophy.

Let’s go into the details on our list of places to visit in Germany without further ado …


Attracting attention with its historical texture, colorful nightlife, narrow streets and artistic activities, the capital Berlin is at the top of the list of places to visit in Germany.

In the very center of the city, Potsdamer Square, which gained importance after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, draws attention.

In the square, which reflects the bohemian spirit of Europe, you can either visit the shopping centers or take a walk in the colorful streets.

You can witness historical moments by visiting architectural works such as Berliner Dom, Brandenburg Gate, Gendarmenmarkt, Bellevue Palace, Olympiastadion and Charlottenburg Palace.


Hosting about 1.5 million people, Munich is known as the capital of the state of Bavaria. The BMW Museum, Munich Residenz, Frauenkirche and Nymphenburg Palace, Theatinerkirche and the English Garden represent the city’s main attractions.

The city, which is worth seeing with its old squares and churches, has reflected its original reputation with the Oktoberfest beer festival. Held in early October, the festival is popular with millions of people every year.

Crowded at all hours of the day, Marienplatz Street maintains its importance as the city’s main square since 1158. Mariensaule, St. Peter’s Church and Neues Rathaus are among the other structures you can come across in the region.



Frankfurt, the commercially developed city of Germany; It manages to impress its visitors in terms of cultural tourism with its art museums, galleries, unique historical buildings and fair organizations full of fun.

In the city, which has a population of more than 690,000 and is surrounded by the Main River, it is possible to see classical-modern buildings together.

The Senckenberg Museum, Frankfurt Cathedral, St Paul’s Church and Goethe’s House are the historical points to be seen. Palmengarten and Frankfurt Zoological Garden attract nature lovers with their lush green texture.


Standing out with its 1200-year long history, Hamburg is called the “Gate to the World” thanks to its nearly 100 consulates.

Natural lakes, natural parks and bridges occupy a large area in the city, which is established between the Alster and Elbe rivers. In the city, which is the largest container port in the world, you can start your trip from Rathausmarkt street and visit Hamburg City Hall in the region.

Then, according to the duration of your holiday, you can add important routes such as the International Maritime Museum, Hamburg Museum, St.Nicholas Church, Elbphilharmonie and Kunsthalle Hamburg to your travel list.


Cologne, the fourth largest city in Germany, is located within the borders of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia. It displays a unique city structure with its sportive activities, festivals, local beers, museums and chocolates.

On the streets of the city, which was founded by the Romans in 38 BC, you will find many historical buildings from medieval churches to post-modern buildings.

Gross St. Martin, Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Ludwig Museum, Römisch-Germanisches Museum, Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom) and the Chocolate Museum, you can turn your Cologne trip into a more cultural one.

If you wish, you can watch the city view on the Hohenzollern Bridge or do pleasant shopping on Hohe Street.



Divided into two by the Neckar River and reminiscent of postcard beauty, Heidelberg is a friendly city built around southwest Germany. The historical extension of the city, which is 15 minutes away from Mannheim, dates back to the Roman Empire times.

Heidelberg University, which has gained importance as the oldest university in Germany, rises in the center of the mountainous city.

The Palace, which houses the German Pharmacy Museum, the Botanical Garden, Haus zum Ritter, Friedrich Ebert’s house and the Kurpfälzisches Museum are some of the important works that bring tourist attraction to the region.


Located about 60 km from the North Sea, Bremen is a cultural port city. The first settlements of the city, which has been able to bring its original architecture to the present day, started in the Charlemagne period, which included the 8th century.

The city, which offers richness in terms of history, architecture and art, gains importance as the birthplace of the world famous coffee company Jacobs and Becks, one of the leading brands in beer.

The Roland Statue, Marktplatz, Bremen Town Musicians Statue, Übersee-Museum Bremen, Schlachte, Kaffeemühle (Mühle Am Wall) symbolize the main historical and natural beauties of the region.


Stuttgart, capital of the State of Baden-Württemberg, is one of the metropolitan cities close to the Neckar River and the Black Forests.

The city, which hosts the most beautiful hanging gardens of the country and is the cradle of the automobile industry, impresses its visitors with its geographical beauty as well as its modern silhouette.

Solitude Castle, Art Museum, Porshe Museum, Johanneskirche Church, Wilhelma Zoo and Botanical Garden reveal must-see tourist routes.

Especially the 10th century Altes Schloss (Old Castle) is described as the most important historical symbol of the region. Nowadays, when you come to the “State Museum”, which is used with matches, you can also come across a rich collection of many different artifacts from Celtic jewelry to pottery.


Situated in the heart of Saxony, Dresden is known as the “jewel box” thanks to its rococo and baroque architectural works.

The modern city, whose history goes back to 7500 BC, offers a magnificent city view to its guests with its palaces, churches and domes on the Elbe River.

Prager Straße, Green Vault (Grünes Gewölbe), Kunsthofpassage, Fürstenzug (Procession of Princes), Brühl’s Terrace and Semperoper are among the most important architectural works of the city that have survived from the past.

However, there are 2 other magnificent works in the region, whose designs were initiated during the period of Augustus the Strong. These two works, Zwinger, which continues its activities as exhibition-festival areas, and Frauenkirche, the symbol of peace, shed light on the historical past of the city.


One of Europe’s important business and financial centers, Düsseldorf is the 7th most populous city in the country. The modern city that passed to the West Germany part after the 2nd World War; The fair hosts visitors from all over the world every year thanks to the fashion and festival weeks.

When you come to the city, which has made a name in every field from entertainment to art, from shopping to eating and drinking, you can take a walk on the banks of the Rhine River and sip your hot coffee by entering one of the luxurious cafes in the Altstandt square.

During the daytime, you can visit historical buildings such as Benrath Palace, Rhine Tower, Westphalian Parliament Building, which form a complex structure with the Natural History Museum and the European Garden Art Museum.



Located on the Leine River, Hannover leaves tourists with a colorful city view thanks to its large green areas and parks.

The fine detail of the city, which entered a period of rapid industrialization in the 19th century with its important railways and agricultural riches, is that it is called an exhibition center. In the city where Expo 2000 was held, many more fair organizations such as Cebit informatics are held every year.

When you come to the region for sightseeing, you can have fun by participating in fair events. You should also visit important tourist attractions such as the Sprengel Museum, Nanas, Marine Life Aquarium, Lister Tower and Marienburg Castle.



Dortmund, Germany’s most important iron and steel industrial zone; It continues to gain importance day by day with its history, art, greenery and technological developments.

In the streets of the metropolitan city in the Ruhr region in the western part of the country, you can come across street performances at any time. You can have a nice time by getting to Mesum Für Kunst & Kulturgeschicht and Hoesch Museum.

You can go to Dortmund Zoo with your loved ones or children to meet the natural beauty of the city, which is among the places to visit in Germany.



Leipzig, located at the intersection of the Weisse, Parthe and Elster rivers; It reflects Germany’s culture very well thanks to its art festivals, museums, social life and architecture.

There are many historical and cultural works in the city, which is the hometown of Johann Sebastian Bach, one of the pioneers of classical music.

Bach Museum and St. Thomas Church sets an example for these architectural works. You can add this small but important city of the country to your list of places to visit in Germany.



The city of Füssen, which is a part of the Bavarian State of the country, impresses with its fairy-tale castles and unique natural scenery. You can choose the city, which is one of the last routes of the Romantic Road, to relax and find peace in the oxygen-rich air.

By purchasing your ticket, you can first visit the magnificent castles Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau. Then, you can go to Lake Forggensee, visible through the trees, and take panoramic photos with your friends.


Being the oldest settlement in the country with its 2000-year history, Bonn lies on both sides of the Rhine Valley. The city, which you can see in the list of places to visit in Germany, was rebuilt with Julianus’ initiatives after the Germans destroyed the city.

In the region, the birthplace of Ludwig van Beethoven, emphasis is placed on Roman history in every cultural element, from architecture to art. Godesburg Castle, Kurfürsten Palace, Kurpark, Arithmeum Mathematical Museum, Beethovehaus, Hofgartenwiese Park and Loreley Castle also reveal the city’s touristic texture.

During the article on places to visit in Germany, I shared information and photos about the most important cities you should visit in Germany, one of the most important countries in Europe.

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