Best known for its famous Oktoberfest and World War II history, Germany is also home to some of Europa’s most beautiful scenery, fairytale castles, important historic sites and lively party scenes. Located in the heart of Europe, Germany maintains the continent’s most powerful economy.



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  1. just a little tip for everyone who is planning to visit germany. Hamburg should at least be the second or the first one. Nightlife is amazing, so many cultures, you got the extremely beautiful harbour, the speicherstadt and much more. For many germans, berlin is nr. 1, for many hamburg. but not munnich 😉 so GO TO HAMBURG

  2. Only the south of Germany is worth to visit. The socialist north is a shithole.

  3. Ich mag den DDR-Osten überhaupt nicht, kann ja gleich die Gedenkstätte in Auschwitz besuchen

  4. Cologne is very ugly – it was destroyed in the world war 2. It WAS a beautiful city. In Nordrheinwestfalen you have to visit Münster. And also Soest, Bad Salzuflen, Monschau and Xanten.

  5. really bad accent

  6. Ich glaub auch 10 Plätze reichen nicht aus.
    Da gibt es noch einiges mehr zu entdecken.
    Um einige Beispiele zu nennen:
    Königssee, Chiemsee, Bodensee, Schwarzwald, Bayrischer Wald, Die Zugspitze, Eifel, Fränkische Schweiz, Sächsische Schweiz, Mecklenburgische Seenplatte (Müritz), Schwerin, Rügen, Sylt, Plön (Plönersee), Lüneburger Heide

    Was mir so spontan einfällt.
    Fehlt sicher aber noch einiges.
    Glaub einige deutsche wissen garnicht was es hier so gibt.

  7. Sa bukur eshte.

  8. Love you soo much buitful Germany 😍😍😍😍😍

  9. 1. Führerbunker
    2. Reichstag
    3. Führerbunker
    4. Reichstag
    5. Führerbunker
    6. Reichstag
    7. Führerbunker
    8. Reichstag
    9. Führerbunker
    10. Reichstag


  10. Incredibly annoying music

  11. I am from Colombia and really liked Germany! Here we have exotic and beautiful places like Santa Marta and Palomino:

  12. Ich liebe liebe Deutschland. Ich liebe liebe Deutschland. Ich liebe Deutschland. 😂😂😂

  13. Hamburg should have been there instead of Cologne. On a place 1-3. And as A Berline I'd put Berlin Berlin at place 7. But actually top 10 is not enough for Germany. You'd still have to put there Between, Nürnberg, Potsdam, Freiburg, Tübingen, Wernigerode and Harz, Regensburg and Walhalla, Würzburg, Bamberg, Burg Hohenzollern, Schloss Braunfels, Burg Eltz, Burg Cochem, Sàchsische Schweiz, Thüringer Wald, Zugspitze and so much more …

  14. Nr. 1 Hamburg and his harbour!!!

  15. 물론 과거에는 유럽도 목욕도 안 하고 대소변도 성 밖에 버려 악취 만발이었다지만 선진국은 거리 등이 얼마나 깨끗한가 보라 물도 없고 개발도 안 된 약점도 있지만 가난한 건 어쩔 수 없다 해도 더러운 건 용서가 안 된다

  16. Wtf. Where is Hamburg? The most beautiful city in Germany and Europe?

  17. The Romantic Road is one of the best tourist attractions in Germany. Actually, it is the "pearl" of all themed tourist routes in my country.
    From Würzburg in the north to Füssen in the south, the Romantische Straße brings travellers from the river Main to the stunning Alps. Discover wine-growing regions, lovely valleys, European history, culture and the most romantic sceneries.

    Würzburg – The Residence with the famous baroque staircase created by Balthasar Neumann, the prominent Fortress Marienberg, the old bridge over the Main river are the best known sights. But the thriving city Würzburg has much more to offer. W.C.R has discovered the X-rays here.

    Wertheim is the northernmost city in Baden-Württemberg, located at the confluence of the rivers Tauber and the Main. Many glassblowers settled down here. The city has high up a ruined castle. These two events gave Wertheim the nicknames Klein Ilmenau and Klein Heidelberg.

    Bad Mergentheim – Spa town with a lovely market square and the historic Deutschordensschloss (castle of the Teutonic/German Order), a medieval castle built over several centuries. A must see is the famous painting "Stuppacher Madonna" by Matthias Grünewald in the church of Bad Mergentheim's suburb Stuppach.

    Weikersheim – The Renaissance Palace was home of the princes of Hohenlohe. The beautifully decorated Great Hall and other rooms can be visited. The palace has a lovely baroque garden with 100 statues and a orangery.

    ● Nördlingen – Located in the Nördlinger Ries (a huge meteorite crater that originates from 15 million years ago), this is another town with intact fortification walls. St. George's church with its large tower can be seen from far away in the flat landscape.

    ● Dinkelsbühl – This is my favourite town on the Romantic Road. With its fortification walls and towers it is like Rothenburg's little sister. A beautiful place to stay and explore the central section of the Romantische Straße.

    ● Augsburg – One of the wealthiest cities in the late middle ages, Augsburg is also one of the oldest cities in Germany. Hence, there is a lot of culture and history to explore in this city.

    ● Schwangau and Füssen – The Romantic Road ends in the romantic town of Füssen, and one of the most famous destinations is not far away – Neuschwanstein Castle .

  18. Und BIELEFELD?

  19. Unfriendly people make the difference

  20. Es fehlen Hamburg, Weimar, Leipzig, Würzburg, Augsburg und viele andere, die nicht ganz so überlaufen sind, wie Rothenburg, das fest in chinesicher Hand ist. In Berlin hat die Museumsinsel total gefehlt und auch das Strandbad Wannsee. Das Video war enttäuschend.

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