Sightseeing in Germany

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Germany is a country in Western-Central Europe. It is surrounded on the north by the North Sea, Denmark, and the Baltic Sea, on the east by Poland and the Czech Republic, on the south by Austria and Switzerland, and on the west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands. Sightseeing in Germany attracts tourists from all round the globe.

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Sightseeing in Germany introduces the visitors to some of the amazing architectures, museums, historic sites and artifacts in the world.

Sightseeing in Berlin will introduce you to some of the best museums and architectures you had ever dreamt of.

The innumerable sightseeing places and historic monuments will simply puzzle you and it will really be difficult for you to decide which place to visit if you are on a short holiday.

As culture dominates Berlin the city sports a great diversity of opera houses, museums, theatres and orchestras.

More than 170 museums in Berlin combine for a rich cultural landscape with exhibits from ancient to contemporary art.

Charlottenburg Palace and Park, Jagdschloss Grunewald or the Grunewald Hunting Lodge, Pfaueninsel or the Peacock Island, Schloss und Park Glienicke or the Glienicke Palace and Park, Schloss Köpenick or the Palace Köpenick is some of the most frequented places in Berlin.

Sightseeing in Munich introduces some of the most fascinating architectures in Germany.

Staatliches Hofbrauhaus is a celebrated 16th century beer hall. This is an extremely popular destination for tourists looking to experience local culture.

The Nymphenburg Palace, the Marienplatz, the Residenz Royal Palace, the Munich Philharmonic, the Neues Rathaus are some of the most frequented attractions here.

Frankfurt is another major sightseeing area in Germany. The Goethe House, Stock Exchange (Borse), Grosse Bockenheimer Strasse, the Salthouse are some of the major attractions in Frankfurt.