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Things to do in Germany
Berlin - explore Museumsinsel (Museum Island)
Five museums and the Berlin Cathedral all on the same island make this a great place to visit if you like your culture. Many of the museums were rebuilt after extensive damage during WWII and the architecture now epitomizes what has become known as the clean cut lines of German architecture. Work is always ongoing on reorganizing the exhibits so be sure to look out for changes.
Berlin - visit the World Hertiage Palaces and Gardens of Potsdam
A series of 9 major palaces and parks along with numerous smaller buildings and parks means you can be sure there is something in Potsdam that you will like. Home of Prussian kings until 1918, the royal architecture and gardens are amazing. Of all there is to see the New Palace is probably the most elaborate and even has a working theatre inside. The Sanssouci is also amazing so you may need to allocate more than one day.
Cologne - pamper yourself at the Claudius Therme spa
Relaxing in a beautiful therapeutic spa is one of life luxuries and this spa is considerd amongst one of the best in the world. The mineral waters are said to help all kinds of ailments, some visitors bath in while others are drunk. Styled and designed similar to Roman baths the amenities and activities offered include spas, saunas and massage therapies. There is also a restaurant for those feeling hungry after completing their spa treatments.
Dusseldorf - marvel at the city views from the Rhine Tower
Want to tell the time at night in Dusseldorf? Simply look for the light sculpture on the Rhine Tower which moves up and down depending on the time. This is also the world’s largest digital clock. Day and night time views from the glass rotating restaurant give fantastic views of the city and also of the Rhine Valley. This 172 metre tower is open everyday except for Christmas Eve and the city carnival which is normally held in February, It can also be used to hold conferences for up to 60 persons.
Frankfurt - stroll around the historic City Hall and the Romer district
The City Hall dates back to 1405 and is also home to the town’s marriage registry so look out for newly weds. Also look for the 2 coat of arms of the city of Frankfurt on either side of the clock on the front of the Town Hall. The Emperor’s Hall alongside is said to be the coronation site of Roman Emperors. Try if you can to get a ticket to go to the balcony and look down over the square.
Hamburg - walk under the Alter Elbtunnel
One of Hamburg’s more esoteric sites this is possibly the only tunnel to have lifts for vehicles to move them between ground level and the tunnel. The Elbe Tunnel or Alter Elbtunnel is over 420 metres in length, decorated using glazed, decorative tiles and runs 24 metres below the Elbe River. This still an operational vehicle and pedestrian, historic technical achievement tunnel is worth a walk through.
Hannover - explore and people watch in Maschsee
The Machsee is a good place for a relaxing walk or a jog around the artificial lake. If you are feeling more energetic rent a bike and ride around its 6 km grounds. In the summer you can rent sailing boats or pedelos whilst in the winter you can go skating. There is always something going on around the lake especially during the Festival that takes place in August.
Munich - absord the scientific wonders of the Deutsches Museum
One of the largest science and technology museums in the world the Deutsches Museum is too big to cover in one day. The natural science and music sections are of particular interest. Be sure to take in the mining exhibition – possibly the museum’s largest display with the mine shaft area being a great favourite. Guided tours are available. The museum is open 7 days a week but is closed during key public holidays such as Christmas, New Year, Easter and May Day.
Munich - have a ball on a tour of the Allianz Areana
Completed in 2005 the stadium is home to both Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 Munich and when first completed for the 2006 World Cup it was known as the FIFA World Cup Stadium Munich. The first goal ever scored here was by Owen Hargreaves – a Canadian. Tours of the stadium are available everyday except match days and last about 75 minutes.
Stuttgart - get inspired at the Mercedes Benz Museum
A trip to the Mercedes Benz Museum is every schoolboy’s and older ‘boys’ idea of Heaven. There are over 1,500 different items of motoring history with everything from early motorcars to modern trucks and buses. No trip would be complete without a visit to look at the F1 Silver Arrows motor racing cars. Open every day except Monday and some public holidays the entry fee includes a personal electronic guide. This interesting, well run Museum also has a gift shop, café and a restaurant.
Introduction of Germany
Famous for its warm hospitality and rich history, Germany is one of the most-visited tourist destinations in Central Europe. Its charming medieval cities and scenic forests ensure that most visitors leave with wonderful impressions. In the east, the formerly-divided capital of Berlin has been transformed into a cosmopolitan world capital. Sights such as the Brandenburg Gate still impose themselves on the city, but fashionable shops, glitzy nightclubs and trendy galleries have taken Berlin onto a whole new level. In the south, Bavarian tourism centres on Munich, famous for its beer-fuelled Oktoberfest. Conveniently, it has easy access to the Black Forest and the Bavarian Alps. In the north, the Baltic Sea coast gets crowded with summer visitors enjoying family resorts and beaches. Meanwhile, Hamburg is a popular city-break destination where the notorious Reeperbahn hosts some of the country's raciest nightlife. History fanatics might prefer Cologne instead, a Roman city hosting a beautiful cathedral and fascinating archaeological sites. There are plenty of Germany hotels, while family-run bed and breakfasts offer opportunities for a more homely stay.