This city gate which has been transformed into a neoclassical triumphal arch has been a popular gathering point for Berliners ever since it…
This majestic historical building, which today serves as a home to the German parliament, is a must see for any history buff.
Also referred to as the Holocaust Memorial, this monument is dedicated to the memory of the Jewish people killed by the Nazis.
This impressive neo-Renaissance basilica is the largest church in Berlin and also the center of the Protestant Church in Germany.
Over 1300 meters long, this is the longest still-standing section of the Berlin Wall - one of the most prominent symbols of the division of…
The square has been the beating heart of the city for many centuries (since 1158).
Boasting a capacity of some 2000 seats, not only is this beerhouse one of the oldest in Munich, it is also one of the largest.
Towering above the rest of the city landscape, this church offers its visitors one of the greatest views you could wish for.
This market is the most popular open air market in Munich. Spreading over more than 20 000 square meters, it offers a wide range of products…
Designed by Agostino Barelli, the name of this palace literally translates as the Castle of the Nymphs. No actual fairies lived here though.
Built tucked away in the mountains to let King Ludwig II be away from other people, this castle is not doing the job well after his death.
Once you stand in front of this imposing structure, you'll understand why it is the most visited landmark in the whole country, with…
The Römer is a medieval building in the Altstadt of Frankfurt am Main, Germany, and one of the city's most important landmarks.
Visit the impressive Baroque palace which was originally built as a part of a former Dresden fort.
This is definitely the trademark sight of Dresden. The beautiful architecture, its imposing dome, the charming interior - it will simply…
Frankfurt Cathedral, officially Imperial Cathedral of Saint Bartholomew is a Roman Catholic Gothic church located in the centre of…
Hamburg City Hall is the seat of local government of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Germany.
Be sure to visit the popular promenade located on the bank of the river Elbe which is nicknamed the “Balcony of Europe”.
You will find layers upon layers of different architectural styles on this fascinating palace.
St. Michael's Church, colloquially called Michel, is one of Hamburg's five Lutheran main churches and the most famous church in the city.
An impressive mural, more than 100 meters long made out of 25,000 porcelain tiles depicting the lineage of Saxony princes.