One of the most sought-after tourist destinations, Heidelberg, Germany needs little or no introduction. From being a historic university town to being a cult favorite when it comes to its rich history, this place is a true cultural hotspot. The Baroque architecture, combined with the remarkable remnants of the Renaissance
Situated in the Baden-Württemberg state, southwest of Germany, and at the foothills of the Black Forest mountain range, Baden-Baden is world-famous for its spa culture due to its abundance of natural thermal springs. Baden was the town's original name, which came from the German plural form of a bath. The
Nestled on the banks of the beautiful Moselle River, Trier is the oldest city in Germany. It has reputedly earned the nickname "Rome of the North" because of the city's well-preserved, still-standing Roman art and architecture, from when it was conquered by the Roman emperor Augustus during the 16th century.
Würzburg is a historic, brilliantly lavish, and quintessential European city in the center of Germany's wine capital Franconia. It rests on the divine Main River, and its bridges add to its scenic charm. This city in Germany's Bavaria state boasts all things classic and is blessed with the most generous
Friedrichshafen is a city of global character and affable simplicity. This trade fair downtown boasts of an opportune location- it is situated directly on the shores of Lake Constance. Founded in 1811, this city has now over 60,000 residents. This metropolis delineates remarkable innovations and cutting-edge technologies that make
Berlin – shaped by revolutions, social tragedies, forced separation and finally reunion, this city is an open-air textbook. Whether you’re tracing the murals of the Berlin Wall or your footsteps echo around the grandiose palaces, you’re surrounded by centuries of rich history. But let’s not forget the casual