One of the largest and most successful countries in the world, in relation to their GDP, is Germany. Annually, Germany has more than 25 million overnight visitors each year. These guests have the opportunity to see history—much of it going back thousands of years—a diverse countryside, big cities, and more which makes it a popular place to visit. There are many different themed routes tourists interested in different cultural activities can follow, Bavaria and the Black Forest, many important sites from World War II, as well as modern cities with both great history and many varied activities.
This route, as it sounds, takes visitors through German wine country. This route is only about 40 miles long, but wine connoisseurs may find that it will take a few days to cover all of this territory and sample the great German wines.
People interested in having a “German” experience should travel this 220 mile route. The route goes partly through Bavaria, and it includes several beautiful, picture postcard communities with castles. This themed route also includes a trip through Wurzburg. Those who imagine German wooden cottages will enjoy this tour.
This route is 370 miles long, and runs from central Germany to the north. Stops along the way include places that were prominent in the lives and the stories of the Brothers Grimm who wrote Grimm’s Fairy Tales. Other stops include buildings that are referred to as Sleeping Beauty Castle, the town of Hamelin which is known for its pied piper fame, and the house of Little Red Riding Hood. There are other buildings that have important architecture that can be seen along the way.
Sometimes people forget that Germany has been a successful culture and country for well over 1,000 years—long before the two World Wars. Germany was the home of the Reformation, and many of the castles, manor houses, town halls, religious buildings which can range from small churches to cathedrals and many more things are on this tour. Wolfsburg castles are included in this tour which is about 175 miles long. One short but interesting tour for visitors is the Black Forest. This is a forested mountain range which is beautiful in its own right. What makes this themed tour so interesting and beautiful is that it also has beautiful river valleys, and villages that make you think everyone should be wearing lederhosen. There is a great deal to see in Germany. It was the site of many important battles in World War I and World War II. No one will forget the concentration camps, some of which are in the Germany too. Even if a themed visit isn’t right for you, there is more than enough to see in this beautiful country to keep visitors busy for a long time.
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