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Get Set Go to 8 Best Cities of Germany

Batul Nafisa Baxamusa Apr 18, 2021

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Germany is known for its iconic and beautiful cities steeped in history, museums, ancient streets, biergartens and more. Each of its cities has something to offer and the things to do are limitless. Let’s have a look at 8 of the best cities in Germany.

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A dynamic and vibrant city, Berlin is famous for its best dining options, endless shopping experiences, and awesome entertainment factor.
1. Berlin

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It is also home to art galleries and museums that elevate its status as one of Europe’s top cultural destinations.

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Roots of the city date back to the year 1158 officially with the settlement of monks.
2. Munich

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It is the capital of the state of Bavaria and has played a major role in shaping the country’s political and cultural scene over the years.

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Located in Lower Saxony on the banks of River Aller, it is home to a the splendid Schloss Castle.
3. Celle

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This old town is postcard-perfect with timber-framed homes, an 18th-century catholic church called the St. Ludwig’s Celle and the Bomann Museum.

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Hamburg has a unique feel to it due to its characteristic architecture and water bodies.
4. Hamburg
There are many places to be explored on foot such as St. Peter’s Church, Chilhaus, and the Speicherstadt. It’s the best place to spend a family vacation.

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This is one of the most delightful European cities where you find the perfect amalgamation of culture, entertainment, and art.
5. Cologne

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It is the 4th largest city of Germany home to Kölner Dom, the Hohenzollern Bridge, Altstadt, and love padlocks.

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Capital of Saxony, a city full of life, Dresden is an astonishing place to visit.
6. Dresden

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It has the finest Baroque architecture, the stately Dresden Frauenkirche, idiosyncratic shops, fashionable Neustadt as well as the delightful Großer Garten.
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Medieval charm flows through the veins of this oldest town in Germany.
7. Regensburg
With the mighty Danube flowing through it, this architecturally fascinating town has many remarkable sights to boast of. These include the Stone bridge, St. Peter Cathedral, as well as the world’s oldest sausage tavern.

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With towering skyscrapers, Frankfurt is a modern city with medieval charm. You will find traditional taverns serving delicious food, refreshing beers, airy parks, museums, and a pumping nightlife here.
8. Frankfurt

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These are just a handful of the best cities to visit in Germany. Be it any of these, you will definitely find something eye-catching. Germany is the place of fairytale castles, rich history, delicious cuisines, and lip-smacking beer. This country is surely worth a visit.