Thinking of a backpacking tour but couldn’t pin down on a place? How about Germany? Located in the heart of Europe, Germany lets tourists enjoy the breathtaking landscape and a comfy stay; the country also introduces its rich cultural heritage and historic artifacts to them.
If you are visiting Germany from US, you should check out the flight schedule. There are many flights that leave from Chicago, Denver, San Francisco, Miami, Atlanta, Las Vegas, New York and Los Angeles and land on Frankfurt. Cheap flights cost around $850. You can book flight online through expedia.com or bookingbuddy.com.
Before you head to Germany, make a list of the places that are you going to visit. The top tourist attractions are;
The Rugen Island is where the cliffs are located. The specific location is inside the Jasmund National Park, which is in the northeast of the island. Among the cliffs, the biggest one is which is 387 feet high. The literal meaning of the word Königsstuhl is king’s chair. Dense forests at the top of the cliff offers a peaceful setting. The forest also belongs to the national park.
Frauenkirche is a Lutheran church. It is situated at Dresden. During the second world war, the church underwent heavy destruction. After the war, reconstruction work begun. The original plan from early 18th century was used and the site was reopened in 2005. The literal meaning of the German word “Frauenkirche” is church of our lady. The golden cross on the dome of the church was offered by the city of Coventry.
The cathedral is known as Kolner Dom. It is regarded as the greatest cathedral in Germany and has been the most celebrated landmark of Cologne. The construction of the cathedral started in the year 1248. It took almost 600 years to complete the cathedral. The cathedral is dedicated to St. Peter and Mary. Undoubtedly, it is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in Germany. The gothic architecture requires appreciation.
Neuschwanstein is a castle on a hill in the vicinity of a place called Füssen. The place is in Southern Bavaria. A very fascinating history is associated with the development of the castle. King Ludwig II of Bavaria gave permission to build the castle and the work ended in 1886. Your visit to Germany would be incomplete if you don’t see Neuschwanstein.
The places mentioned above are remarkable tourist destinations. Visit them and enjoy your Germany tour.