Traveling In Germany
Perhaps you have family you want to visit or you just
have heard of the fabulous beauty that makes up the Deutchland.
Regardless of the reason, a visitor can never go wrong
with a trip to Germany. Here, we have a Reader's Digest
version of a guide to traveling in Germany. So grab your
passport, get out the pencil and paper and take some notes.
When you're making your list of must visit cities, Munich
and Berlin will most likely be at the top. However, another
top contending city is Potsdam. This is the kind of city
where fairy tales come true. It's filled with castles,
lakes, forests and even a University. It's considered one
of the nicest cities in the country and should not be missed.
Take in one of the little street cafes or read the history
on the many monuments that dot the city map. Located just
south of Berlin, it's an easy drive from there when you
are in that part of the country.
If you want to rent a vehicle to see this
massive country then car
hire Germany should be able to
help. They will search multiple car rental companies to
find you the best deals they can.
On the opposite end of the spectrum and the country too
for that matter, you'll find Frankfort. This bustling modern
city boasts some of the tallest building in all of Europe.
Start with the Main Tower. At 200 meters in height, this
modern marvel offers the bird's eye view of the entire
city. You should also check out the historic district in
Frankfort. In addition, you should also take a day trip
to visit the Frankfort and/or the Höchster castle.
Both offer amazing looks into the architecture that made
up the romantic Germany we know so well.
If you're a lover of wine, a must stop and see city is
Wurzburg. It's located in the lower center part of the
country and is situated on the Main River. For a bit of
culture in your trip, take a peak into the Mainfranken
Museum, which shows artifacts from prehistoric times all
the way to modern times. This fine city is considered one
of the best baroque cities and is nestled in the valley
with the Main River.
Moving southwest on your journey, you'll find the historic
town of Heidleberg. Of course, you'll have to see the Heidleberg
castle as that's what the city if famous for. However,
you'll also want to visit oldest university in Germany.
With university towns such as this, you'll also want to
take in some local culture and enjoy the pub crawl that
it is famous in this area.
You could take a week and only enjoy a small portion of
this great countryside. So instead, take a month and go
by train or car hire to see all this lovely country has