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Germany (Europe) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Germany.
Germany is situated in the middle of Europe and is a land of diverse culture and tradition, from Bavarian homeliness in the south, and mediaeval splendour within its centre, to its flourishing lifestyle in the east and large commercial cities in the north, it is a country which extends from the Alps to the North Sea. The episcopal city of Passau nestles between hills at the confluence of the Danube, Inn and Ilz. High above the rivers and strategically perched on a rock is the castle complex of Veste Oberhaus, imposing and impregnable. The salt trade enriched the town and Italian baroque masters were allowed to create the cityscape of the historic old town. Beginning in Würzburg On The Main, the Romantic Road leads to various well known historic cities, castles and palaces. Between 1642 and the middle of the eighteenth century, three prince-bishops gave the city its Baroque architecture and also the castle known as The Residence. Nuremberg is the ‘secret capital’ of German Franconia and ‘treasure trove of the German Reich’, the epitome of German romanticism and tradition with a long history and also bitter memories of quite recent times. An Imperial City which indeed became the City Of Party Rallies but which has never lost its benevolent spirit. Dresden is the capital of the German free state of Saxony, a major centre of culture with a remarkable history. Although almost completely destroyed at the end of the Second World War and for many years hidden behind the Iron Curtain, today the city shines out in all of its former splendour. Hamburg is a lively metropolis in the north of Germany and for many centuries was a gateway to the world and a work of art with many different faces. Each year on the seventh of May, Harbour Birthday is celebrated when people from all over the world gather within the various galleries of the landing stages to celebrate a huge festival. With its culture and many diverse and beautiful landscapes, Germany is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.

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Berlin Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Berlin in Germany.
Berlin is Germany's modern capital city, a fascinating European metropolis with a dramatic history in which contemporary architecture merges with the imposing character of a centuries-old city.

The Nokolai Quarter was built by the DDR government as a sort of old town, a European Disneyland for the city's 750th anniversary, a popular area with 'new' medieval buildings that display various guilds and stone statues that surround the city's oldest church.

We travel to nearby Potsdam, a city of castles and gardens and with an old town that features a lively market atmosphere. When the monarchy settled there, so did their armies and with them came craftsmen, merchants and artists from many countries. The castle-like Nauener Tor leads to the Russian colony of Alexandrowka and then to Belvedere on the Pfingstberg.

Returning to Berlin we embark on a trip at the Eastern Train Station on the Panorama S-Bahn whose carriages are equipped with large panoramic windows and marvelous views turn the journey into a wonderful adventure.

The Olympia Stadium is still a gigantic and remarkable sight and for the 11th Olympic Games in 1936, the Third Reich spared no expense.

A new city has emerged from its historic past, Berlin, a young metropolis of the third millennium that is increasingly becoming the centre of Europe. This metropolis with a heart is always worth a visit!

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Liechtenstein (Europe) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Liechtenstein in Europe.
In the middle of the triangular border of Germany, Austria and Switzerland lies a treasure of the European Alps, the Principality of Liechtenstein. Hardly anywhere else in Central Europe has experienced such a rapid transformation from a dreamy agrarian state into one of the wealthiest countries in the world. Bendern, part of the village of Gamprin, is one of eleven municipalities and lies to the south-west side of the Eschner Mountain. The view glides across the foothills of the romantic Rhine Valley and up to the massive Swiss Schwäg-Alp. The Schaedler ceramics workshop in Nendeln is one of the oldest commercial enterprises in Liechtenstein and features handmade works of art. Since 1836, they have specialised in earthenware, exclusive ceramic art and tilted stoves. Schaan forms the border to the Oberland, a charming municipality with an attractive town centre. A parish hall and provision of good restaurants reflect the success of the global companies that are located there. Liechtenstein Castle looms majestically above Vaduz, the capital. Saint Florin is located on the edge of the old town it was built in 1868 in Neo-Gothic style and in 1997 officially dedicated as a cathedral. From the Sareiser Joch there are several trails along the ridge such as the Princess Gina Route that traverses various mountains of the border triangle. More than four hundred well marked hiking trails are offered throughout Liechtenstein, plus a hundred and sixty kilometres in the Alps. The Principality is a treasure trove of both landscape and culture with mountains, pastures, castles, fortresses and museums. But Liechtenstein has also become a small, modern state with a vital and indelible focus on finance and industry, a tiny paradise that is also an important economic power.

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Frankfurt Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia (4K)



For centuries, Frankfurt has been one of Europe’s most important trading capitals.
Today, Frankfurt is home to the European Central Bank, the German Stock Exchange and an airport, which handles almost 60 million travelers a year.
 
Despite its stature as a financial giant, Frankfurt remains surprisingly compact. Most of its attractions are clustered close to the city centre, making the city perfect for exploring on foot or by bicycle.
 
Cross the Eiserner Steg into Frankfurt’s ancient heart, the Römerberg. After being devastated by allied bombs in World War Two, many of the square’s most important buildings have been lovingly restored. From the Römerplatz, head deeper into the old city to discover important buildings such as Paulskirche and Goethe-Haus.
 
In the eighteenth century the city’s elite built villas across the river from the old town. Today, many of these villas house specialist museums, such as the German Film Museum, the German Architecture Museum and the Stadel Museum.
 
Just behind the museum embankment, lose yourself in Old Sachsenhausen, where you’ll find narrow lanes lined with traditional houses and some of the city’s best ebbelwei pubs.
 
Once you’ve replenished your energy, hop on a tram to the city’s northwest and spend a few hours at the Frankfurt Botanical Gardens and Palmengarten. 70 years ago, as the city smoldered from war, few could have imagined that these greenhouses would ever again see such beauty, that this city would ever again experience such peace and prosperity.

10 Best Places to Visit in Germany 2019 - 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.
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Mittel Rhein Boat Tour (Germany) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about the Mittel Rhein Boat Tour in Germany.
Our journey begins in Koblenz. In around 1000 A.D. a castle was built on a knoll on the east bank of the Rhine and Castle Ehrenbreitstein gradually developed. Europe’s second largest fortress was given its appearance as we see it today, between 1817 and 1828. From the Middle Ages to the late eighteenth century, Koblenz was the residence of the powerful archbishops of Trier and in 1794 it was taken over by France and in 1815, by Prussia. Following the Rhine, our journey leads to Boppard where town houses, stately homes and churches form the romantic old town. After the invasion of the Alemanni, a city wall was built in order to protect what was a toll castle and today the town has developed into an attractive tourist destination surrounded by woods and vineyards. We pass by a high rock on a sharp bend where the Rhine is barely a hundred and thirteen metres wide. Legend tells of a beautiful mermaid, Loreley , who enchanted and distracted sailors with her singing in order that their boats would be destroyed on the rocks. Soon, the river becomes more tranquil. Slowly the craggy slopes change to vineyards and the river valley widens. Bacharach nestles in the confluence of the Steeger Valley, into the extensive Rhine Valley, protected by a sturdy wall. Above the town is the Stahleck Fortress that was first recorded in 1095 and became the residence of the Count Of Palatine On The Rhine, in 1142. The conclusion of our journey, Rüdesheim is a picturesque town that boasts more visitors than residents, its sunny location making it ideal for viticulture. A mediaeval church, wooden buildings and stately homes, and the famous Drosselgasse, characterise the city. The Middle Rhine Valley reflects the history of Europe. With cultural monuments and cultivated countryside, crowded settlements along narrow banks and various noble castles situated on rocky ledges, it is a reflection of the romantic history of times gone by.

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Romantic Road (Germany) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about the Romantic Road in Germany.
Thousands of years of history is experienced by those who travel Germany’s Romantic Road with its world famous historic cities, fortresses and palaces, from Würzburg to Neuschwanstein Castle. The picturesque Baroque town of Würzburg is located on the River Main amid the Franconian wine region and is dominated by the mighty Marienberg Fortress. The Celts created a fortress that subsequent rulers gradually extended and the oldest church in Franconia, including a massive watchtower, continues to be protected by several huge walls. Tauberbischofsheim is one of the oldest cities in the popular Tauber Valley that was once completely walled. Missionary bishop, Boniface, founded Germany’s first women's monastery in Germany in 735 A.D. and installed a family member, Lioba, as abbess, who tutored the daughters of the nobility and the Free Francs. Rothenburg ob der Tauber is where Germany’s Middle Ages have been preserved up to the present day with huge entrance gates and high walls that lead into the former imperial city.
In 1868, Bavarian King Ludwig The Second had a dream come true in Allgäu, southern Germany: Castle Neuschwanstein, the realisation of his amazing world of fantasy.
This fairytale castle was in construction for seventeen years and in every way the idyll of ancient German knighthood.
The wealth of occidental history, art and culture makes a journey on the Romantic Road a most fascinating adventure into the past. A dream journey through a country and its history.

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7 Days in Europe - Switzerland, France, Germany - 5d Mark III Magic Lantern RAW video

Switzerland is well known for its accurate watches, gourmet cheese and tasty chocolate. But among all this Switzerland have an incredibly beautiful scenery and impressive mountains. Watch my travel video and enjoy beautiful landscapes of Switzerland with some nice views from Alsace, France.

Route: Strasbourg - Basel - Interlaken - Lauterbrunnen - Murren - Colmar - Strasbourg

Gear: Canon 5d Mark III, Canon 24-70mm f2.8

Music: Emancipator - Safe In the Steep Cliffs

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Munich Vacation Travel Video Guide • Great Destinations

Münich offers much more than the Oktoberfest, the pretzel, large cups of beer and huge shopping malls. The neo-gothic palace of the City Hall, the unique domes of theCathedral of Our Lady, the pillars of the generals, the city gates, the eclectic buildings of the Residenz are all there for the eyes, while the markets and the taverns all serve the needs of the body. Besides that parks full of statues and fountains, temples from the middle age, rich museums and theatres make up the tempting force of the Bavarian capital. The modern city is represented by the BMW headquarters and the Olympic village, while outside the city there are such things as the Nymphenburg Palace

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The Romans of Aalen (Germany) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination The Romans of Aalen (Germany)
Every two years, the German town of Aalen steps back in time to tell the story of its origins as the northern boundary of the Roman To commemorate this glorious historical episode, Aalen hosts Europe's largest get-together of Roman history enthusiasts. For two days, participants fully enter into the spirit of the occasion and invent an imaginary life. A nurse becomes a weaver, a computer technician the legion's cook and peace-loving citizens transform themselves into valorous The Roman festival sheds new light on this Baden-Württemberg town, already reputed for its meticulously restored half-timbered houses, its rich geological heritage and its traditional Roman baths.

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Romantic Road (Germany) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about the Romantic Road in Germany.
Thousands of years of history is experienced by those who travel Germany’s Romantic Road with its world famous historic cities, fortresses and palaces, from Würzburg to Neuschwanstein Castle. The picturesque Baroque town of Würzburg is located on the River Main amid the Franconian wine region and is dominated by the mighty Marienberg Fortress. Tauberbischofsheim is one of the oldest cities in the popular Tauber Valley that was once completely walled. Rothenburg ob der Tauber is where Germany’s Middle Ages have been preserved up to the present day with huge entrance gates and high walls that lead into the former imperial city. The High Gothic main church of Saint Jacob gleams with both the Twelve Messenger Altar and the Holy Blood Altar. Bavarian king, Ludwig The Second, made Füssen into a fairy tale place with Castle Neuschwanstein the realisation of his amazing world of fantasy. The castle was in construction for seventeen years and in every way the idyll of ancient German knighthood. The wealth of occidental history, art and culture makes a journey on the Romantic Road a most fascinating adventure into the past. A dream journey through a country and its history.

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Bavaria Vacation Travel Video Guide • Great Destinations

Bavaria is the largest German territory. Its typical atmosphere is given by little towns and villages. Wooden shells, high red tiled roofs with many little skylights, old signboards, town walls, ancient churches, domes and steeples, narrow streets and riverbanks, huge green areas and many flowers take us to a wonderfully calm and merry world. Beside the well known Octoberfest holder Munich and the medieval older town look keeper Nuremberg, Regensburg and Augsburg there are castles like the romantic Neuschwanstein that are waiting for the traveller. There are glittering lakes in the green pinewood like the Königssee and the Chiemsee, and mountaintops like the snow-capped Zugspitze. Though Bavaria is only one territory within the German territories everyone can feel it is quite different from the others. It is richer, friendlier and its atmosphere is more delightful than the country’s other territories.

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Nuernberg (Germany) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Neurnberg in German Franconia.
Nuremberg is the secret capital of German Franconia and was the treasure trove of the German Reich. The twin-towered St. Lorenz Church is the largest and artistically most important religious building in the city. The interior is of Gothic splendour and the nave extends at the altar to a light-filled, three-aisled hall. The Pegnitz River separates the two sections of the old town and is spanned by several fine bridges.

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Regensburg (Germany) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Regensburg in Germany.
Regensburg is Germany’s mediaeval wonder and capital of the Bavarian Oberpfalz which is often described as Italy’s most northerly city. Much prized in Europe and designated by UNESCO as a unique cultural and historical monument and also the hometown of Pope Benedict XVI. The mighty dome of Sanct Peter marks the centre of the Old Town and the impressive Episcopal Church stands on the site of a Roman building. An equestrian statue of King Louis The First guards the building which was modelled after various French Gothic cathedrals in around 1250 A.D. The Ancient Town Hall is one of the oldest in southern Germany and was built in the thirteenth century. The city’s wealthy citizens featured grand ballrooms on the first floor of their residences therefore the Town Hall could have nothing less grand and so the Imperial Hall was built. In the 19th Century Regensburg could be described as having been a ‘Sleeping Beauty’ because this city on the Danube lacked industry and therefore the new wealth. The fact is though that both history and the Old Town have made Regensburg a World Heritage Site.

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Meissen (Germany) Vacation Travel Video Guide

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Western Europe: The Ultimate Travel Guide by TourRadar 3/5

Western Europe: The Ultimate Travel Guide by TourRadar gives you all the info you need to explore Europe like a pro. Learn some basics about the region and its countries, find out what you have to do & see once you arrive, when it's best to travel and which food & drinks you definitely have to try.
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Western Europe is a historically rich destination, responsible for birthing some of the greatest minds of our time. Walk the streets of ancient cities like Rome, spend your days sailing the Balkans, or breathe in the fresh Alpine air of Switzerland. Whatever activity beckons to you, Western Europe will not disappoint.

The region is home to over 10 different countries, each with their own unique culinary offerings, adventurous activities and impressive landscapes. Consider booking a tour that allows you to see many of the region’s best highlights, without missing the subtleties you can enjoy as a backpacker:


Remember to pack clothes appropriate for the region you’re visiting, and if you’re planning on travelling during peak season consider adjusting your expected travel times accordingly. Depending on the season you travel, pack everything from your swimsuit to your thermal hiking boots.

Throughout most of Western Europe you'll be paying for things in euros but other currencies will include the Icelandic krona, Norwegian krone, Danish krone, Swiss franc, and the Pound sterling. Credit card and debit transactions are quite common, so simply consult your bank regarding the international transaction fees before you depart and you should be quite alright. Dining out doesn’t have to be expensive if you visit the right restaurants, and you'll have to cross off the classics like wiener schnitzel, fried churro, waterzooi and rataouille. Be sure to sample the Irish stout beer, Guinness, while you're at it too!

Perhaps the best part of Europe? You can explore it anyway you like! Whether you're into the hop-on-hop-off experience provided by tour operators like Busabout ( or wish to indulge in Europe's elegance via river cruise with CroisiEurope ( or simply just looking to let loose at Spain's best parties with Stoke Travel ( there's something for every type of traveller in Western Europe.

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Nuremberg (Germany) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Vacation travel video about destination Nuremberg in Germany.
Nuremberg, the ‘secret capital’ of German Franconia.and ‘treasure trove of the German Reich’. The epitome of German romanticism and tradition with a long history, but also bitter memories of quite recent times. Of the original one hundred and thirty towers of the city wall, only seventy one have survived. The city fortifications from the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries emerged after the union of the previous two halves of the city. The twin-towered St. Lorenz Church is the largest and artistically most important religious building in the city and dates back to 1260. The interior is of Gothic splendour and the nave extends at the altar to a light-filled, three-aisled hall with huge columns and an almost playful, overlapping vault in the centre. The mediaeval Nuremberg Castle towers over the city from a sandstone rock, a fortress system whose construction began under Emperor Henry The Third. The importance of Nuremberg can be highlighted by the fact that each ruler of Germany resided in the castle until 1571. Tranquillity fills the air around Dozen Pond in the south of the city. In 1933 it was the Nazi Party Rally Complex of the German National Socialist Party and on 20th November, 1945, in the west wing of the old Justice Palace, the Nuremberg Trials took place against numerous infamous war criminals. A memorial was established there in which the various legal processes were documented in both words and pictures, and supported by audio recordings. Nuremberg has somehow managed to survive and is now a city of tradition and modernity, its daily charm stemming from its old and re-created cultures, and its positive outlook and embrace of contemporary times.

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Switzerland (Europe) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Switzerland.
We take you to the Berner Oberland and ride the Jungfrau Railway to the Top of Europe. We walk to the source of the Rhine and travel by train to the top of the Rigi and the Pilatus. And along the way we will of course show you much more of this fascinating country.

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Czech Republic (Europe) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Travel video about destination Czech Republic.
Prague, the Czech Republic’s capital, ‘Golden City’, is full of history. The entrance to the historic centre of Stare Mesto is formed by the Late Gothic, Powder Tower. The Altstädter Ring is known as the heart of the city and the large Old Town Square is framed by magnificent, elegant town houses and churches. The most famous of all the bridges across the Vltava is the Charles Bridge from where the Coronation route led from Vyšehrad to Prague Castle on the Hradschin. Kutna Hora is situated close to Prague and historically is one of the country’s most important cities and rightly referred to as a treasure chest. Due to valuable deposits of silver, apart from Prague, it was the most important city in the Kingdom of Bohemia from the thirteenth to the eighteenth century. In the peaceful hills of Bohemia’s Moravian Highlands, is Litomyšl and its splendid mediaeval marketplace. It was once located on an important trading route, a fact that enabled its inhabitants to enjoy much prosperity. The tranquil town of Kromĕříž in the southeast of todays’ Czech Republic is a milestone of nineteenth century Habsburgian history. Following the devastation of the Thirty Years’ War, Bishop Charles Liechtenstein had the castle rebuilt. Kromĕříž Castle was the traditional summer residence of the bishops of Olomouc and became a key influence in the town’s cultural life. In the west is Telč, once an important trading post between Prague and Vienna. In the thirteenth century the small settlement was protected by a castle and in the fourteenth century was granted the status of a city. Today it is considered to be the most beautiful mediaeval town in the Czech Republic. Picturesque villages, impressive castles and mediaeval towns have made this country into a priceless gem. Here fairy tales and legends still blossom and today the Czech Republic is most certainly a cultural land set within the very heart of Europe.

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