In Germany, many miniature fairy gingerbread with medieval towns and half-timbered houses, narrow streets and cobbled pathways.
Although not a very huge area, Germany boasts a variety of landscapes and attractions, from half-timbered houses, medieval castles, wide Alpine meadows to the foothills of the Alps and mysterious virgin forests.
At any time of the year, these ten amazing cities that will surely please any tourist.
Fabulous towns of Germany, This pretty town is a short drive from Munich, Nuremberg, Stuttgart, but believe me, here you need to spend at least a day wandering around the cobbled streets of well-preserved medieval city. Here you can see the entire Altstadt (Old town) from the top of the town Hall tower. Then spend the rest of the day wandering through the countless alleys!
Fabulous towns of Germany, the Nearby town of Dinkelsbühl has all the charm of Rothenburg! The town has an interesting history of confrontation between Catholics and Protestants during the reformation, and it’s just a beautiful place with half-timbered buildings! There is no better way to get acquainted with the German culture than in the local cafes to enjoy a SIP of afternoon coffee and pastries. The city also has many buildings of various architectural styles including the Gothic St. George’s Cathedral, the late-Romanesque St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Rococo chapel in the castle of the Teutonic order.
Fabulous towns of Germany, This city has one of the most extensive Altstadt, or the Old town. Today, it still retains its famous gate of red brick 15th-century. Also in Lubeck you can admire the six churches in the medieval quarter and some impressive examples of North German ecclesiastical art.
Fabulous towns of Germany meißen is one of the oldest towns in Saxony, so you definitely should not leave it off your itinerary! At first glance, the city is actually very similar to Prague thanks to the red roofs, the castle and the Cathedral. But the culture of the city — definitely German. Also the city is really known for its porcelain, the recipe of which was disclosed by local craftsmen and he began to be in the city in the early 16th century. In the city you can admire the Albrechtsburg, the Meissen castle, which was built in the 15th century and is considered the oldest castle in Germany.
Fabulous towns of Germany, This city is located in the South of Germany, right on the border between Germany and Austria, right on the beautiful shores of lake Constance. Almost everywhere you can look and see the Alps. Lindau is a popular summer resort. Here you can go boating on the lake, hike, ride trails on my bike and participate in numerous outdoor activities.
Fabulous towns of Germany can Not go to Germany and visit the Black forest! Not only the city itself charming, but it’s also a great place to learn about the history of the black forest.
Triberger waterfall – the highest waterfall in Germany.
Fabulous towns of Germany, Worms is one of the oldest cities in Germany. It is located directly on the river Rhine. In fact, the town is famous as the site of many medieval legends, including the song of the Nibelungen, and the hero Siegfried—so this is probably the best fantastic city in the country!
The memorial of Martin Luther in worms, Germany
Fabulous towns of Germany, You’ve no doubt seen photos of the Church of SV. Sebastian is located in Ramsau. And you’ve probably also seen pictures of the nearby Hintersee lake (also called lake Constance). Or, you may have seen pictures of the autumn festival Almabtrieb, when the cows are driven from their summer pastures before the cold winter. If you are looking for interesting Alpine village, visit Ramsau.
The parish Church of SV. Sebastian in the village of Ramsau, Germany
Fabulous towns of Germany, Bamberg was included in the list of UNESCO world heritage site in the early 90-ies, and it is easy to understand considering the amount of medieval architecture in the Old town. The city lies on seven hills and is known for its arched bridges and old town Hall, which is located on one of these arched bridges over the river. One of the main attractions of Bamberg is a unique city Hall, but there is also a fabulous building viola Hofhaltung (Old court).
Fabulous towns of Germany, bad Mergentheim is another Bavarian city, where you can see the quaint, cobbled streets and beautiful half-timbered building. Also, as in all German cities, which have the prefix “bad” in the name, bad Mergentheim is located in the resort area and its waters supposedly heal people from various ailments for many centuries.
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