Browse Points of Interest in Germany

Our collection of points of interests in Germany points out special highlights for your Germany trip. Be sure to visit a few of these during your Germany vacation.

Ulm Cathedral

Ulm Cathedral
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Ulm Cathedral (German: Ulmer Münster, literally: minster) is a Lutheran church and the tallest church in the world, with a steeple measuring 161.53 m (530 ft) and containing 768 steps. The church is not a cathedral in the technical ecclesiastical… [ + ] More Details

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Historic Ludwigstrasse (Ludwig's Street)

Historic Ludwigstrasse (Ludwig's Street)
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2000 years ago the Ludwigstrasse was part of the Via Claudia Roman alpine road from Augsburg to Bozen. About 1000 years ago the street was the local trading place in the Werdenfelser Land which was widely known as the Golden Landl. Today… [ + ] More Details

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The King's House on Schachen

The King's House on Schachen
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The King's House on Schachen (Königshaus am Schachen) is a small castle at Schachen Witterstein, about 10 km south of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, built by Ludwig II of Bavaria. The castle was constructed between 1869 and 1872 and was used as a hunting… [ + ] More Details

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Zugspitze Transportation

Zugspitze Transportation
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Enjoy a breathtaking ride to the top of Germany's highest mountain (almost 10,000 feet). A particularly beautiful way up the mountain is to go up by cogwheel train to the Schneefern glacier, then change to the glacier cable car, which takes you to… [ + ] More Details

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The Jewish Quarter (Judengasse)

The Jewish Quarter (Judengasse)
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The Jewish Quarter (Judengasse), established in 1462 in front of Frankfurt’s city wall, existed until the 19th century. Inside the museum, archaeological remains from the 15th to the 18th century can be seen. Exhibits include the excavations (i.e.… [ + ] More Details

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Fine Art Museum (The Städel)

Fine Art Museum (The Städel)
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The Städel, officially the Städelsches Kunstinstitut und Städtische Galerie, is an art museum with one of the most important collections in Germany. The Städel owns 2,700 paintings (of which 600 are displayed) from seven centuries, beginning with… [ + ] More Details

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Museum of Modern Art (MMK)

Museum of Modern Art (MMK)
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The Modern Art Museum (Museum für Moderne Kunst or MMK) is not only famous for its extensive art collection, which includes artists like Roy Lichtenstein, Joseph Beuys, Andy Warhol, and Gerhardt Richter, but also for its bold architecture. Designed… [ + ] More Details

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Botanical Gardens (Palmengarten)

Botanical Gardens (Palmengarten)
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The Palmengarten is the largest garden of its kind in Germany. On 50 acres, the gardens display numerous beautiful and interesting plants throughout the year. In addition, the Palmengarten offers a variety of recreational activities including guided… [ + ] More Details

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Senckenberg Museum

Senckenberg Museum
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The Senckenberg Museum is the largest museum of natural history in Germany. It is particularly popular with children, who enjoy the extensive collection of dinosaur skeletons; Senckenberg boasts the largest exhibition of large dinosaurs in Europe.… [ + ] More Details

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The Römerberg historic Square

The Römerberg historic Square
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The Römerberg (Roman Mountain) is the historic heart of Frankfurt and home to its City Hall (Haus Römer), which dates back to 1405. Flanked by half-timbered houses, this historic square used to be the place for Frankfurt's first trade fairs… [ + ] More Details

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