The castles of Bavarian King
Almost everyone has seen the picture of Schloss Neuschwanstein immortalized by Disney Studio. But Neuschwanstein is only one of numerous Ludwig’s residences.
In the neigbourhood are the king’s birthplace – castle Nymphenburg, yellow castle Hohenschwangau, the hunting lodge Schachenhaus, and palace Herrenchiemsee.
The capital city of Bandenburg region features surrounded by renaissance Sicilian garden Palace Sanssouci and Palace Charlottenhof.
For decades split into two separated cities, Berlin was pulled together in 1989, after destroying of Berlin Wall, remains of which one can still see near the Checkpoint Charlie, the former entry point to the Western Zone. The Holocaust Monument located near the iconic Brandenburg Gate brings back the memories of the war, while the famous ‘Love Parade’ proclaims a demonstration of vital forces.
One of the most fascinating collection of Egyptian treasures, including the burst of Nefertiti on display in Pergamon Museum and the Island of Museums.
The pearl of Baroque has been heavily damaged during the World War II. Many of the renovation works are still being held all over the city, and many of buildings were already brought back to their old splendour. The Royal Palace Zwinger features enormous collection of precious items from the Treasury displayed in Gruenes Gewoelbe.
In the Dresden surroundings tourist will find the Royal Hunting Lodge Schloss Moritzburg, and the famous porcelain manufacture in Meissen.
Alte Pinakotek and other museums preserve priceless works of European artists from 14th-18th centuries.
Once a year the eyes of the whole world are focused on Munich, when the city hosts famous Octoberfest.
A boat cruise on the river Rhine is ‘a must’ for many of the tourist. Along the way are the castles marvelous tiny towns and the best vineyards in Germany.
The most picturesque part stretches between Moguntz and Coblentz.
The Black Forest is a popular place among both Germans and foreigners who will find the imperial spa spleen in Baden-Baden, watch cuckoo clocks in museum in Furtwagen,
ar just visit one of local lakes or waterfall surrounded by the fairy-tales spruce forest.
A trip to Weimar allows to discover the sources of German culture. The relatively small town witnessed the concerts conducted by Bach, works finished by Cranach, and Liszt operas.
To visit is the house where lived and died the famous Romantic poet and writer Goethe, the workshop of Cranach and Schillers house.
Third biggest European lake features tropical plants on the Mainau Isle, and ancient settlement built on the water in Unterhldingen.
[Neuschwanstein Castle by JoiseiShowaa]
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