Places To Visit in Germany

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Here are the top 6 tourist places in Germany

1. Berlin

5.0 /5

1 out of 6
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Berlin is all things exuberant and vibrant. It is extravagant, yet affordable; cosmopolitan and forward, yet steeped in rich history. The morbid days of Cold War and a city divided by the Wall are long forgotten and the reunified capital beats fast as the heart of Germany.

Best Time: May to September

2. Hamburg

4.5 /5

2 out of 6
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Germany's second largest city, the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg is one of the few cities in Germany that still retains its old-world charm inspite of being a hotbed for global activity and a base for many important German and World institutions. The chief port city of Germany, it is made of an...

Best Time: April to August

3. Frankfurt

4.7 /5

3 out of 6
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Frankfurt is one of the most important locations in the world of European Finance, owing the the headquarters of the European Central Bank being located here. While the cityscape is populated with loads of modern buildings and urban skyscrapers owing to its significance in the global village, it is ...

Best Time: March to June

4. Munich

4.1 /5

4 out of 6
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Munich today is the technology capital, that values quality of life over and above all other aspects. Nevertheless the Bavarian city retains a medieval charm. It's a city that guilelessly blends modernity and tradition. The chic and the fashionable co exist with Lederhosen (Leather pants), rustic be...

Best Time: March to May

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5. Dusseldorf

5.0 /5

5 out of 6
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A grand city in West Germany, Dusseldorf serves as the fashion and arts centre of the country. It's a beautiful city lying along the majestic Rhine river, up until the confluence of the river with the Dussel tributary. An economic hub of the region, this city screams modern with its contemporary and...

Best Time: May to June, September to December

6. Dresden

5.0 /5

6 out of 6
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After decades of postwar reconstruction, the city has restored its classic baroque skyline while also adding newly renovated museums, edgy architecture, and innovative restaurants. Music, food, porcelain, the 'world's most beautiful dairy' and the Blue Wonder, the Saxon capital is packed with a punc...

Best Time: May to October

FAQs on Germany

What is the currency of Germany?

Most widely accepted cards: German domestic debit cards i.e. Girocard and international PIN-based Maestro and V PAY cards. However, foreign debit cards (VISA Debit/Electron, Debit MasterCard etc.) and credit cards (VISA, MasterCard, American Express) are only accepted in major retail stores. Euro is the only acceptable currency. Only certain shops and restaurants at airports and train stations are willing to accept foreign currencies or exchange currency (mostly U.S. dollars).

What is the history of Germany?

History fo Germany can be traced back to ÊGermanic tribes which were followed by the Holy Roman Empire. It was post the Napoleonic wars, that the German Empire was formed. The empire, however, ended in 1918 when Germany was defeated in World War I. Strong totalitarian forces took the forefront and the Nazis seized power in 1933 i.e. the nationalistic and racist National Socialist German Workers' Party and Adolf Hitler came to power. He led Germany to war with many nations, leaving the country in ruins by 1945.Post its devastating defeat in World War II, Germany was divided into four sectors, controlled by the French, British, US and Soviet and in 1961, the Berlin Wall was erected. In the late 1960's, a sincere and strong desire to confront the Nazi past came emerged as the society became much more liberal. Germany was reunited peacefully in 1990, and the post-war limitations to Germany's sovereignty were removed.

What is unique about culture of Germany?

German culture is heavily influenced and shaped by religious and secular currents in Europe, especially in lieu of the major intellectual and popular events. In fact, German is referred to as Das Land der Dichter und Denker (the country of poets and thinkers). The country is well-known for its traditional Oktoberfest and various other carnivals. Awarded as the worlds second most respected nations in 2013, 38 properties in the country are on the World Heritage List.The dominant religion in Germany is Christianity. Of the total population, 65% to 70% follow the Christian religion - Lutheran-Protestantism and Calvinism are the most popular denominations. German is the official language of Germany. However, since every region of the country has its own dialect, this can be a serious challenge for both native speakers as well as tourists. But, fortunately, all Germans learn English at school so one should be able to easily navigate through the country. SpanishÊFrench and Russian are also widely spoken but not more than English. Common words in German Hallo (Hello), Bitte (Please) and Danke (Thank You).
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