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10 Best Places to Visit in Germany - Travel Video

Best known for its famous Oktoberfest and World War II history, Germany is also home to some of Europa’s most beautiful scenery, fairytale castles, important historic sites and lively party scenes. Located in the heart of Europe, Germany maintains the continent’s most powerful economy.

DDR Museum in Berlin. History of East Germany

Let's travel in time back when East Germany existed and explore the artifacts and DDR culture. For that reason, a visit to DDR museum in Berlin, Germany is a must.

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10 Top Tourist Attractions in Berlin - Travel Video

The capital city of Germany is rich with history and culture. Badly fractured during World War II and the cold war, Berlin has recreated itself into an international city with diverse cultures and architecture. Explore the top tourist attraction in Berlin that still bears the scars of the recent past.

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10 Best Places To Visit In Germany You Should Never Miss

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Right from its startling existence in our history books, being the proud birthplace of Albert Einstein, Karl Marx and Beethoven to those palatial medieval castles- Germany is a bewitching country drenched in golden history. Dense forests, lonely river valleys and those snowy Alpine peaks- if you have a plan to experience all these nature wonders in only one trip, Germany is the destination for you. Today’s article will take you through some of the best places to visit in Germany which are admired all over the world. Let’s start. Shall we?
1. Sylt
2. Neuschwanstein Castle
3. The Valley of Rhine
4. Lake Constance
5. The Harz Mountains
6. Saxon Switzerland National Park
7. Rugen Cliffs
8. Nuremberg Christmas Market
9. The Black Forest
10. Brandenburg Gate

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Explore Germany 2020 | 10 Awesome things about German Culture

Welcome to my channel and this week’s video is about Explore Germany 2020, here are 10 awesome things about German Culture.

Germany. The country is synonymous with beer, sausages, “seriousness,” incredible hiking, majestic castles, and wild techno parties. It’s huge, diverse, and amazing.
There’s a vibrant international, art, and music scene in Berlin; beautiful forests in the west; great cathedrals; picturesque “Sound of Music” cities in the south; and overlooked historic cities and beaches in the north.

Whether you are backpacking, traveling on a mid-range budget, or have an unlimited spending account, traveling around Germany is going to be a wonderful travel experience.
The more I visit Germany, the more I fall in love with it. It’s a huge country so don’t rush. Take your time. There’s a lot to see — and it’s all worth seeing. And Germany is a budget-friendly country so it’s a good place to save some extra Euros!

In this Germany Travel Vlog 2020, I will explain you about How to Travel to Germany? Tips for Germany travel budget, Germany top attractions, Things to see and do in Germany. Best places to visit in Germany.
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Things to See and Do in Germany and Best Places to visit in Germany:
• Visit Berlin capital of Germany
• Explore Munich
• Hang out at Oktoberfest
• Visit Romantic Road Germany
• Hike the Black Forest
• Explore Lake Constance
• Visit Hanover
• Hike Berchtesgaden National Park
• Check out Trier
• Visit Dresden
• Spend a day in Cologne
• Neuschwanstein Castle
• See Frankfurt
• Visit Olympia Park
• Visit Hamburg
• Take a break in Bremen
Germany (German: Deutschland, German pronunciation: [ˈdɔʏtʃlant]), constitutionally the Federal Republic of Germany (German: Bundesrepublik Deutschland, About this soundlisten (help•info)), is a country in Central and Western Europe. It borders Denmark to the north, Poland and the Czech Republic to the east, Austria and Switzerland to the south, France to the southwest, and Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands to the west.

Germany includes 16 constituent states, covers an area of 357,386 square kilometres (137,988 sq mi), and has a largely temperate seasonal climate. With 83 million inhabitants, it is the second-most populous country in Europe after Russia, as well as the most populous member state of the European Union. Germany is a very decentralized country. Its capital and largest metropolis is Berlin, while Frankfurt serves as its financial capital and has the country's busiest airport.

After World War I and the revolution of 1918–19, the Empire was replaced by the parliamentary Weimar Republic. The Nazi seizure of power in 1933 led to the establishment of a dictatorship, World War II, and the Holocaust. After the end of World War II in Europe and a period of Allied occupation, two new German states were founded: West Germany and East Germany. Following the Revolutions of 1989 that ended communist rule in Central and Eastern Europe, the country was reunified on 3 October 1990.


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Baden-Baden is a spa town, located in the state of Baden-Württemberg in southwestern Germany. It lies at the northwestern border of the Black Forest mountain range on the small river Oos, just 10 km (6 mi) east of the Rhine, the border line to France, and about 40 km (25 mi) north-east of Strasbourg, France.

Area: 140.18 km2 (54.12 sq mi)
Population 2013: 53,012 (380/km2 or 980/sq mi)

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10 Must Visit Places If You Go To Germany

Berlin is one of Europe's oldest and most historic cities. It has seen more history in the past century alone than many others worldwide have in their lifetime. And while its history has been challenging, the city has persevered and become a major capital for not only 3.5 million people, but also art. There are innumerable reasons to come to this city, but here are the main top 10 places to visit when traveling to Berlin.

East and West Berlin, Propylaea, Acropolis, Goddess of victory, Dem Deutschen Volke, Between the Lines, Jewish-German, Berliner Dom, Großer Wannsee lake, Middle-East Museum, Golden Lizzy

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Central Europe by Train: Heidelberg, Munich, Salzburg, Vienna, Budapest, Prague

Visiting some of the most interesting cities in Germany, Hungary the Czech Republic and Austria.
Including Heidelberg, Munich, Salzburg, Vienna, Budapest, Prague.
You will find these fascinating places are loaded with wonderful attractions. We're presenting a summary of the trip showing you how you can do it. See more information about the tour, which is open to the public, on our website:
We love to travel by train in Europe. More comfortable than a bus, less hassles than flying, with lots of nice scenery gliding by.
Another popular way to travel here is the river cruise, but the problem is you only stay in the city for a day or less. So you really don't see that much on a river cruise.
Traveling by train gives you that flexibility to stay in a city for two or three days, as we do in our trip, producing a more authentic in-depth experience. Jump to city by clicking timecode
-Heidelberg 0:51 -Munich 03:22 -Salzburg 06:19 -Vienna 10:21 -Budapest 15:01 -Prague 22:32
Our hotels on this trip:
Heidelberg: Hotel Hollander Hof 03:01
Munich: Mercure München Altstadt 06:02
Salzburg: Hotel Goldener Hirsch 09:57
Vienna: Hotel Wandl 14:50
Budapest: Sofitel Budapest 21:37
Prague: Hotel Maximillian 29:09

Best Europe Road Trip | German Fairy Tale Route

Our German road trip continues as we start our first day on the Fairy Tale Route that has taken us to see the real life Rapunzel Tower before making a stop over in Fritzlar to try some local pastries.

This whole route is inspired by the Brothers Grimm tales of Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Red Riding Hood and all the classic Disney tales. We end our day before making our way to stay in one of the coolest hotels on our entire trip!

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East Berlin

Berlin City Guide - In today's vlog I am going to visit the sites and attractions in East Berlin - specifically the ones around Alexanderplatz! These are all the top things you need to see in this part of Berlin.

Top Attractions include: Museum Island, Altes Museum, The Pergamon Museum, Berlin TV Tour, the Berliner Dom (Cathedral), Nikolaiviertel, Gendarmenmarkt and the Rotes Rathaus.

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Visiting Rügen Island, Germany

With one full day to explore Ruegen Island, the largest in all of Germany, we had an itinerary full of activities. One of the highlights included renting an e-trabi (Trabant) car of the former GDR (East Germany) era taking it for a spin. The typical engine had been replaced by an electric motor making it a more environmentally friendly ride.

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We then visited Göhren where we sampled freshly made German bread with generous amounts of butter and herbs before checking out a couple of local museums featuring traditional farming equipment, horse drawn carriage equipment and kitchenware. Nearby we cooled off at North Beach where hundreds flock to tan and swim.

To visit more of Rügen we traded in our car for train ticket passes. Boarding the Roland Racer, a former steam engine commuter train, we passed scenic towns, forests and farmland.

Hearing about the famed chalky cliffs we headed over to Jasmund National Park to marvel at them in person.

Although we packed a lot into one day of travel we left feeling we barely covered the island. Hopefully we'll have a chance to return again soon to visit more areas.

Visiting Rügen Island, Germany Travel Video Transcript:

So good morning from Germany. It is day four of our big road trip around the country and today we are exploring around Rügen Island.

So we have a very busy itinerary today. We are planning to visit the white chalky cliffs of Jasmund National Park. We're also going to be riding around in an e-Trabi and we're going to be traveling by steam engine train.

So that should be a real adventure and I think we're also going to finish things off with a few visits to museums.

So a fun day ahead. Let's go start exploring.

So we're about to ride on the Roland Racer which is an old fashioned steam engine train.

Though the train was once used as a commuter train for locals these days you're more likely to find visitors enjoying the scenic route.

The tracks run past farms, villages and stretches of forest. It is an absolutely spectacular ride.

So we have now arrived at a place called Königsstuhl at Jasmund National Park. And this is a world heritage UNESCO site and it is really well known for its white chalky cliffs. I'm sure most of you have seen the white cliffs of Dover. Well, Germany has something just like it.

So this is our sweet ride for the day. We're going to be driving an e Trabi around the island. So this is an old fashioned trabant. It would have been the car that they drove in East Germany the former GDR. And they've put in an electric motor in it so now it is good for the environment and we're going to be cruising. It is nice and colorful so I think we're going to make quite the impression on the roads.

So we are still visiting the town of Göhren but right now we are down at the beach here at the promenade. So this area is called North Beach and it is beautiful for strolling, maybe doing a bit of sunbathing and we have some great weather today so a lot of people are out just enjoying the sun.

We've got a slice of the local bread here. It has just been freshly made and if you look down you can see that it has got a generous portion of butter and also herbs. So let's try this out. It is amazing. So fresh. Such a generous amount of butter. That's probably about three times as much butter as I would normally put on my bread but it tastes really good.

We then visited a few local museums in Göhren which showcased life as it was a few centuries back. Their collection included a mixture of farming equipment, horse drawn carriages and furniture that would have found in local households.

That was a really busy day. We've just arrived back home. We're going to rest up because tomorrow we're off to a new destination.

This is part of our Travel in Germany series. We're making a series of videos showcasing German culture, German arts, German foods, German religion, German cuisine and German people.

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Best Tourist Attractions Places To Travel In Germany | Berlin Wall Destination Spot

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The Berlin Wall was a guarded concrete barrier that physically and ideologically divided Berlin from 1961 to 1989.
Constructed by the German Democratic Republic, starting on 13 August 1961, the Wall completely cut off (by land) West Berlin from surrounding East Germany and from East Berlin until government officials opened it in November 1989.
Its demolition officially began on 13 June 1990 and finished in 1992.
The barrier included guard towers placed along large concrete walls, accompanied by a wide area that contained anti-vehicle trenches, fakir beds and other defenses.
In practice, the Wall served to prevent the massive emigration and defection that had marked East Germany and the communist Eastern Bloc during the post-World War II period.
The West Berlin city government sometimes referred to it as the Wall of Shame, a term coined by mayor Willy Brandt in reference to the Wall's restriction on freedom of movement.
Along with the separate and much longer Inner German border (IGB), which demarcated the border between East and West Germany, it came to symbolize physically the Iron Curtain that separated Western Europe and the Eastern Bloc during the Cold War.
Before the Wall's erection, 3.5 million East Germans circumvented Eastern Bloc emigration restrictions and defected from the GDR, many by crossing over the border from East Berlin into West Berlin; from which they could then travel to West Germany and to other Western European countries.
Between 1961 and 1989 the Wall prevented almost all such emigration.
During this period around 5,000 people attempted to escape over the Wall, with an estimated death toll ranging from 136 to more than 200 in and around Berlin.
In 1989 a series of revolutions in nearby Eastern Bloc countries - Poland and Hungary in particular - caused a chain reaction in East Germany that ultimately resulted in the demise of the Wall.
After several weeks of civil unrest, the East German government announced on 9 November 1989 that all GDR citizens could visit West Germany and West Berlin.
Crowds of East Germans crossed and climbed onto the Wall, joined by West Germans on the other side in a celebratory atmosphere.
Over the next few weeks, euphoric people and souvenir hunters chipped away parts of the Wall; the governments later used industrial equipment to remove most of what was left.
Contrary to popular belief, the Wall's actual demolition did not begin until the summer of 1990 and continued until 1992.
The fall of the Berlin Wall paved the way for German reunification, which formally took place on 3 October 1990.


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Top 10 Attractions Berlin (Germany) - Travel Guide

Top 10 Attractions Berlin (Germany) - Travel Guide - as part of the travel series by GeoBeats.

Here are the top 10 attractions of Berlin:

Number 10 - Is the Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin's largest royal summer palace. Constructed in the late 17th century. this large, ornate landmark houses a 200-year-old mausoleum that served as a royal burial ground.

Number 9 - The Berlin Cathedral. Centuries old, this historic landmark has been treasured by all of Germany. Several grand domes adorn the top of the cathedral. Its striking beauty makes the trip worthwhile.

Number 8 - The Brandenburg gate. Completed in 1791, this gate is a symbol of Germany. After World War II, the gate was one of the 8 checkpoints between East and West Berlin.

Number 7 - Is the Museum Island. Located in the center of Berlin on the river Spree, it has many world-renowned museums. Due to the art and history that is preserved here, the island is a UNESCO Heritage Site.

Number 6 - The Holocaust Memorial. The memorial is a tribute to the millions of Jews killed by the Nazi government. It consists of 2007 stone slabs spread over an area the size of three soccer fields.

Number 5 - is Reichstag, the seat of German Parliament. Built in 1894, it housed the Parliament of the German Empire and the Weimar Republic. In 1933, a suspicious fire in the Reichstag propelled the Nazi regime to power.

Number 4 - The Potsdam Castle. Located about 15 miles outside of Berlin, the castle is a gorgeous masterpiece nestled amidst vineyards. This lovely structure is so exquisite that it is often regarded as the German equivalent of The Palace of Versailles.

Number 3 - is the Berlin city hall. Built in Italian Renaissance style, its construction lasted from 1861 to 1869. Along with the State Government of Berlin it is also the office of the city's Governing Mayor.

Number 2 - Checkpoint Charlie. Its name was given for the Berlin Wall crossing point between East and West Berlin during the Cold War.

Number 1 - are the beer gardens. Most of these gardens re-open in summer following harsh winters. There are many beer gardens in the city where you can sit back and enjoy a glass of chilled beer.


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Discover Germany's Regions - Best of rural places around Cologne, Frankfurt, Lake Constance and more

The Bergisches Land is a low mountain range in North Rhine-Westphalia, close to Cologne. It is part of the Rhenish Slate Mountains and shaped by forests, verdant meadows and valleys.
The Bergisches coffee spread, a culinary tradition is still an expression of the warm hospitality in the Bergisches Land.

The Swabian Alb is a plateau in the south of Germany - it is the highest part of the foothills of the Jura Mountains, northern from Lake Constance. The Häußlers live in Schwörzkirch, a small village on the edge of the Swabian Alb overlooking the Valley. Lentils and Spätzle, the national dish, used to be a typical Friday meal in this predominantly Catholic region.

The Schwalm region lies in Germany’s Hessen, north of Frankfurt. The Erbe family live in the artist’s village Willingshausen and run a small pottery workshop. The local cuisine is hearty and down to earth; it is made up of what the soil offers for this was once a poor farming region.

The Harz is a low mountain range through which the German-German border used to run. The Thielecke family made a new start after the reunification between East and West and breed the Harz red highland cattle, and old cattle type with very tender meat. A regional culinary speciality is the Harz cheese, a low-fat yoghurt cheese with an intense aroma.

The Rhineland Palatinate lies between the Rhine and the “Pfalzer” Forest, on the south-eastern tip of North Rhine Westphalia. The many sunny days make for a mild climate – just the right conditions for the organic farmer Michael Groß. He not only cultivates 40 different types of vegetables but also lupines.

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Rügen - The beautiful island in the Eastsea. Or rather Baltic Sea (Germany)

For Germans this Island is very well known for its beaches and spa like atmosphere. Especially the chalk cliffs are famous. I did a roadtrip and visited a friend on Ruegen and had to realize again, that my home country has also really nice places to visit...if the weather is good:) See places like Sassnitz, Binz, Sellin, Proras. But the east coast has even more interesting places like Strahlsund, Lübeck, Fehmarn or Timmendorfer Beach. Enjoy the film.


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