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Berlin – Germany, Something For Everyone

10

November

Berlin is the working capital city & a province of Germany. It is the country’s biggest metropolis in area & population, & the moment virtually populous city in the European Union. Berlin is one of the most influential centres in European politics, culture and science.

The city functions as an crucial junction of continental transport and is home to some of the world’s most large universities, research faculties, and museums. Berlin is a major tourer destination & is recognized for its diverse area of convention venues & mass media outlets.

Berlin is famed for its numerous cultural institutions, many of which one enjoy global reputation. In addition, cultural diverseness & tolerance remain from the time when West Berlin took pride in its part as a “free city” with the slogan “something for everyone.”

Berlin has one of the most diverse and alive nightlife scenes in Europe. Fallowing the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 many buildings in Mitte, the former city centre of East Berlin were renovated. many had not been reconstructed since World War II.

Illegally inhabited by young people, they turned a fertile ground for all sorts of underground and counter-culture gatherings. It is also residence to many nightclubs, letting in Kunst Haus Tacheles, techno clubs Tresor, WMF, Ufo , E-Werk, the infamous Kitkatclub and Berghain.

The town is server to the Art Forum yearly global art fair. Many young Germans & global artists continue to settle in the city, & Berlin has founded itself as an significant center of youth and popular culture in European Union. Signs of this expanding role were the 2003 announcement that the yearly Popkomm, Europe’s largest music industry convention
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Germany’s Top Tourist Attractions

10

November

Millions of visitors flock to Germany each year, and as each year passes that number grows larger. The United States alone accounts for almost 3 million visitors each year. Visitors to Germany come for the welcoming and friendly nature of the people, the breathtaking landscapes and natural beauty, and the world-class accommodations available for every one from the budget-minded traveler to the jet-setting celebrity. Here is a list of some of the top attractions that are considered “must-see” in Germany, in no particular order. The Black Forest Secluded pine-laden woodlands located in southwestern Germany, the Black Forest is famous for being the origin of cuckoo clocks. The area gets its name from the dark shadows of the fir and pine trees that grow very thick there. The black forest offers first rate hiking, camping, and some skiing. Travelers on a budget can find great deals on lodging and accommodations in the towns that surround the Black Forest. The Frisian Islands These islands actually span along the coastlines of three countries: Germany, Denmark, and The Netherlands. Sylt is the largest and most populated of the islands and is a known destination for Europe’s jet-set as well as nudists. Amrum is also a hot tourist spot but less crowded. The pristine beaches, panoramic views, and relative seclusion continue to draw in visitors looking to escape the bustle of more traditional destinations. Oktoberfest Munich makes that claim that it is the home of beer and if 6 million visitors is any indication, that claim seems to be valid. Oktoberfest is known worldwide as a celebration of Bavarian beer and lasts several weeks long, from mid-September to early October. The 200 year old festival includes events such as parades, beer tents, music features, feasts of authentic German cuisine, and exhibits. City of Berlin Berlin is Germany’s largest city and is the country’s capital. Since the fall of the Berlin Wall almost two decades ago, the city has grown and evolved into a modern, bustling metropolis that prides itself on looking to the future while preserving the past. There are landmarks to remind visitors of the strains that history has put on the city, but much of Berlin now has an unmistakable American feel to it. Berlin should be on every German visitor’s list to visit. Neuschwanstein Castle Located near the Austrian border, Neuschwanstein Castle has the title of the most photographed building in Germany. It is also the most famous of all of the German castles and was the inspiration for Disney’s Sleeping Beauty Castle located in Disneyland. Neuschwanstein Castle was built in the 19th century by King Ludwig II. Photography of the interior of the castle is strictly prohibited, as it is copyright-protected. Lake Constance Lake Constance lies between Germany, Austria, and Switzerland and is fed by the Rhine River, one of the longest in Europe. It is a freshwater lake that is relied upon for water consumption by nearby cities and towns. Recreation draws many tourists from across Europe and beyond each year.

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Puripong Koomsin is the owner of Travel Europe Guide Germany’s Top Tourist Attractions is one of useful articles.


German Vacation Destinations – Frankfurt

04

November

Frankfurt, Germany enjoys the prestige of being known as a major business and economic hub not only for Germany but for Europe as a whole. Frankfurt houses the second largest commercial airport in Europe and is a major hub for train rails. The European Central Bank is located in Frankfurt as well as thousands of companies that specialize in international trade, manufacturing, and commodities exchange.

Perhaps a majority of Frankfurt’s visitors come to the city as a result of business ties. Additionally, there are several economic and business-related fairs and demonstrations that draw hundred of thousands of foreign visitors each year.

Frankfurt also boasts many galleries and museums that showcase the country of Germany’s appreciation for the fine arts. Frankfurt has made great efforts to distinguish itself not only as an economic and development hub of Europe, but also as an attraction for art and literature connoisseurs. The famous author Johann Wolfgang von Goethe lived here. Furthermore, the city has etched a name for itself in the stage arts, boasting many revered dance and acting companies that receive worldwide critical acclaim.

The city has a skyline of skyscrapers that give a more “Americanized” look to it than a more European flair. The business districts contain some of the tallest buildings in Europe, including the Commerzbank tower that climbs to more than 980 feet above the ground.

Much of the construction in Frankfurt is relatively new, replacing devastation left by Allied bombing campaigns that took place in World War II. The result is a modern, bustling financial powerhouse that continues to grow in leaps and bounds and has established itself as a cornerstone of European and worldwide commerce.

Some of the most visited tourist destinations in Frankfurt include:

*The Museum of Ethnology *The Museum of Applied Arts *The Communications Museum *The Städel Institute of Art *The German Film Museum *The Goethe House, birthplace of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe *St. Paul’s Church *Römerberg Square

Frankfurt is an excellent place to enter Germany by commercial airline, since it is such a large hub. Typically, since most traffic in and out tends to be business-related, many travelers have received good deals on airfare if their schedules are flexible. Furthermore, obtaining transportation to other parts of Germany from Frankfurt is quite easy. Rental car services, trains, and other means of transportation are readily available and like air line flights, may be obtained at very reasonable prices. Always a main attraction and destination, the River Main runs through Frankfurt. More than 10,000 pedestrians cross it each day using the Eiserner Steg, a large bridge built in the 19th century. The city is very attractive for those with active lifestyles and even hosted some of the matches for the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Frankfurt is also the home of the fairy tale themed amusement park Taunus-Wunderland, a popular family attraction that has a vast array of rides, attractions, and shows.

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Puripong Koomsin is the owner of Travel Europe Guide German Vacation Destinations – Frankfurt