5 Best Cities to Visit in Germany
Germany is one country that is on every globetrotter’s list. When you visit this country, you must make sure you visit some of the most important cities in this country. Some of the best cities to visit in Germany are listed below.
The capital of Germany and also the biggest city in the country, Berlin was united in 1990 which was earlier divided into East and West Germany during the cold war. The historically important and famous Berlin Wall is a must visit on every traveler's list. This monument of great importance bought a city together breaking boundaries and is also one of the most visited sites in Germany. Germans are known for their bars and Berlin plays host to around 7000 bars and restaurants.
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To experience the rich cultural heritage of Germany, Munich is the city you have to be in. Munich is the gateway to the Alps and is also the Bavarian capital. Munich also boasts of one of the best football clubs in the world, Bayern Munich, which has supporters world over. The globally popular and largely attended beer fest - the Oktoberfest also takes place in Munich. From museums to traditional buildings, hospitality and the beer, Munich offers the true taste of Germany.
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Recognized as the financial center of the country, Frankfurt is a major city in terms of financial hubs in Europe. Frankfurt with its tall skyscrapers and modern architecture is one of the most sought after cities by the corporate world and is the dream city for people to work in. Frankfurt has an amazing night life with its brilliant choice of nightclubs and pubs.
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A perfect mix of German culture and Roman architecture, Cologne is one of Germany's oldest cities and is rich in architectural marvels. The Cathedral of Cologne is the masterpiece of this city. Cologne plays hosts to a number of museums of contemporary art and also the biggest carnival celebration of Germany.
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This north German city is the second largest city in Germany. Hamburg is known for its Venice like waterways through the city. Hamburg also has one of the world's biggest harbors. Reeperbahn, the city's red light district, is one of the most visited attractions in Germany. The city also has a great club scene with some of the best nightclubs in the country.
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