Popular Attractions :
Its history ascertains that Berlin has been the ever-changing city.
Since the fall of the wall and the reunification of the city, Berlin
has restively reinvented itself as a political, business and entertainment
The roller-coaster riders through the 19th-century remarked that
the city was always on the state of becoming & never in a state
of being. Its latest reformation has yielded some impressive attractions.
The Reichstag's glass dome circlets the new government quarter,
with its straight band of office buildings and the sleek, curving
glass hall of its main train station.
South of the Brandenburg Gate, the spectacular cluster of skyscrapers
provides a captivating view while the bustling tent like structure
defining Potsdamer Platz, is attention grabbing.
Of late, a waterfront area is under progress. The city boasts of
many new restaurants, nightclubs, and cafes along the Spree River
and the city's many canals and the architecture, much of it in glass
and steel, is undeniably the calling card of the "New Berlin”.
Popular with hikers, cross-country skiers and ski jumpers, the Black
forest is a remarkable landscape that rises to about 4,000 ft/1,200
m and plunges steeply into a valley, and is made up of beautiful green
meadows, small lakes and manicured woods.
Visitors can stroll around the many parks, canals, and forest-rimmed
lakes, which are still its loveliest real estate.
In addition, the forest is well known for its fine selection of up
market resorts and
Hotels of which include the Moenchs Posthotel in Bad Herrenalb, the
Kurhotel Mitteltal or the Traube Tonbach in Baiersbronn, the Park
hotel Adler in Hinterzarten, and many more.
Nestled on the Rhine River, this charming city has the largest and
most famous church in Germany. The stunning 13th-century Gothic cathedral
often called the Dom, has dramatic twin spires, and a must-see by
For Art lovers, the museum complex next to the cathedral is worth
seeing. It exhibits the modern and contemporary art, with a good selection
of pop art. If time allows, they should also go to the nearby Romisch-Germanisches
Museum constructed over the 3rd-century Roman Dionysius mosaic. Both
In addition, Cologne has several Romanesque churches, and the city
is well known for its many art galleries.
The Bavarian Alpine is simple incredible, whether it be for ski lovers
or adventurous travelers to take a tour around the castles or experience
the region’s fairy tale beauty.
Located at the southern end of the Romantic Road, Fussen is near the
two 19th-century castles attached to "Mad" King Ludwig II
- Hohenschwangau (his boyhood home) and Neuschwanstein (the product
of his adult imagination) which is also used as a model by Walt Disney
for Sleeping Beauty's castle in Disneyland.
For the best view of the exterior, visitors are advised to hike the
short distance up to the Marienbrucke (Mary's Bridge). In addition,
the Musical Theater Neuschwanstein, a musical based on the king's
ultimately tragic life is another startling attraction.
The lush island of Rugen lying in the middle of the cobalt Baltic
Sea is a popular vacation spot. The magnificent island is peppered
with beautifully furnished rooms. The island has plenty of other attractions
Kap Arkona, on the island's northeastern tip, has a picturesque lighthouse
while the Stubbenkammer, group of white chalk cliffs is yet another
Bergen, nice towns in the interior, and Putbus, with its neoclassical
circus are also worth visiting.
Moreover, the island boasts of some of the most charming seascape,
exquisitely furnished guest rooms, beautiful and varying landscapes,
tree-lined roads, rolling hills, and beech forests that leave the