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The Most Beautiful Cities In Germany


Germany is a beautiful country with some of the most attractive cities in Europe, blending both the historical and modern aspects of the country. From medieval villages and Roman ruins to gleaming modern cities, German urban centers have a lot to offer. Depending on what one is looking for, the list of the most beautiful cities in Germany varies from one writer to another. Here are some of the cities that come up when the best places in Germany are mentioned.

The Most Beautiful Cities In Germany

Germany's most beautiful cities

The most beautiful German cities to visit:

1- Berlin


Berlin is the capital of Germany, and the largest city in size, splendor, and excitement. This is what lists the city the rest of the cities in Germany, from the beginning of the beginning, from the beginning of this early education to the Federal Chancellery among its most prosperous sights; It seems to be the story of a nation, Ireland, which is one of the most connected destinations in Europe.



Munich is the capital of Bavaria and the gateway to the Alps. It is one of the most beautiful green cities in Germany. The city of Munich has a number of museums distinguished by its traditional architecture, and the Oktoberfest takes place in it, which attracts about six million visitors and more annually, and the city is based on its culture of football, music, and the three famous art museums, and the city also includes about 61 theaters. And 36 museums, and there is Covinger Street, which is the main shopping street, extending from the central square to Karlsplatz, and it has shops for most international brands.

3 - Frankfurt


Frankfurt is the financial center of Germany and the main hub for Germany in particular, and the countries of Europe in general; This is because Frankfurt Airport is located there. Frankfurt is characterized by the presence of many skyscrapers, and is famous for an important annual event, which is the holding of the International Book Conference in October of each year. The museum consists of several buildings from the nineteenth century, in addition to many modern buildings, such as: the Museum of Modern Art, which also includes the Communications Museum, and the German Architecture Museum. The city is interested in financing the opera house, plays, and ballet programs, and one of the most important tourist attractions is the Alte Oper Frankfurt Congress Center, which was rebuilt after the Second World War to return it to its original Italian character, in addition to the university that was built in 1914 and named after Goethe University in Frankfurt. This university is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city.



It is the second largest city in Germany, and Hamburg is located in the northern part of Germany. Its port is the second largest in Europe and one of the largest in this world. Today, the city of Hamburg is considered the main transport hub in northern Germany and is characterized by the presence of many waterways, so it was called the Venice of the North.



Cologne is the fourth largest city in Germany and the largest city in the northern Rhineland. It was once one of the largest transport hubs in Europe; Passed at a rate of 8 trains every minute, the city had several national and regional television and radio companies, as well as Germany's largest university, with the world's largest functional bell in the Cologne cathedral tower named Peter, weighing about 24 tons. The city is distinguished by the presence of 22 nature reserves, and plants cover about 15% of its territory.



Dresden is the capital of the state of Saxony, the third largest city in East Germany after the cities of Berlin and Leipzig, located on both sides of the Elbe River, 30 km north of the Czech border, and 160 km south of Berlin. The city has many parks and cultural monuments along the path of the Elbe River, the cable railway line, and the funicular. The city was designated in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2004 AD; Where there are many artistic treasures, and despite the destruction of about 80% of the city in the Second World War; however, it was reconstructed and restored to return to its former splendor and beauty.



Weimar is known as the center of classic literature in Germany, and the greatest period during which the cities passed was the 18th century; It became home to Goethe, Schiller, and Nietzsche, and in the 19th century the city played a major role in art; Where it became the home of wonderful composers, and art schools attracted many artists and were the cradle of the Bauhaus movement and many famous painters, and in 1998 AD Weimar was included on the list of World Heritage Sites, and the city remains today one of the historical and important old towns in Germany.



Düsseldorf is a city in the Rhineland that is distinguished by its old and modern character at the same time. Where this character begins with old and traditional factories and develops into distinctive architecture, it is also famous for its shopping street with luxury shops and Konigali Street, the city has the largest fashion trade fair in the world, and the Academy of Arts is an integral part of the city from which many famous artists graduated from Germany.


Leipzig is situated in the western piece of Saxony, and the city is a significant modern, imaginative and social focus. It was home to a significant number of Germany's well-known craftsmen for quite a while, and albeit almost a fourth of the city was obliterated in World War II; in any case, it was revamped under socialist strategies, and it likewise assumed a significant part in European urban communities, where it became renowned on the grounds that its occupants have shown in a quiet upset in 1989 CE; Which prompted the fall of Berlin around then and shut down the socialist system in East Germany. The city is distinguished by the fields that fill it and give it a wonderful appearance.


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