Germany is a country in Western Europe whose landscape consists of forests, rivers, mountain ranges and beaches on the North Sea. Its history dates back over 2,000 years. With a vibrant arts and nightlife scene, its capital Berlin includes the Brandenburg Gate and many WWII-related sites. Munich is known for its Oktoberfest and beer bars, including the Hofbräuhaus which dates from the 16th century. Frankfurt, with its skyscrapers, is home to the European Central Bank. Here we are going to introduce you to some cities in Germany that can inspire you to visit them!
The Berlin Wall, “wall of shame” for West Germans and officially called by the East German government “anti-fascist protection wall”, was erected in the middle of Berlin on the night of August 12 to 13, 1961. N Remember that the concrete structure of this wall structure was partially demolished, but its fragments remain a hallmark of the city. There is the Berlin Wall which provides 14 sections of routes for cyclists and pedestrians.
The Oktoberfest is a popular festival known in French-speaking countries as the beer festival, taking place in Munich, Germany. Oktoberfest is the world’s largest festival held in Munich, Germany. Every year, it is not without conviction, more than 6 million visitors are interested and come to this festival. Although its name is Oktoberfest, the right festival starts at the end of September and lasts until the first week of October. For those who don’t know, this festival is considered an important part of Bavarian culture dating back to 1810. If you are lucky to arrive in Munich at the end of September, you can taste the traditional beer from this country, such as Knodel, Wurstl, Schweinebraten and Hendl and many other German beers which can be enjoyed without paying a fortune.
Lindau is a city in Bavaria, Germany. It is the capital of the district of Lindau. The city lies on the edge of Obersee, the “high lake” of Lake Constance, on its eastern coast, where the borders of Germany, Austria and Switzerland meet. When traveling to Germany, be sure to visit the historic town of Lindau, located not far from the meeting point of the border between Switzerland, Austria and Germany, east of Lake Constance. The city, which has around 3,000 inhabitants, is linked by rail and a bridge to the mainland. Coming here won’t make you regret it, especially if you are an admirer of architectural tourism. The town is full of classic medieval buildings, such as theaters, casinos and churches, which can be visited at your leisure, not to mention the boat trips on Lake Constance, which you can enjoy as a couple or as a family.