Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Berlin is a city of landmarks like the Reichstag, or the German Parliament Building, the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie. The Soviet War Memorial is a must-see. Apart from history, the capital also offers a zoo, housing 13,000 diverse species.
Step into fairyland with a trip to the Neuschwanstein Castle. The castle was commissioned by King Ludwig in 1869 and had thousands of workers working on it for 16 years, completing only two-thirds of the castle.
In spite of being depressing, a trip to the concentration camp of Dachau is extremely informative about the horrors of the Holocaust.
A visit to the city of Cologne on the banks of river Rhine is probably most famous for producing eau de cologne and for its enchanting thirteenth century Cathedral. The Black Forest of Germany has been the inspiration for numerous fairy tales and is a favourite with hikers and cross-country skiers. For a taste of the romantic Germany, visit the city of Heidelberg.