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Travel bloggers share their favorite German cities and what you cant miss if you visit them
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If you want to book tours for your Germany trip, such as to the Neuschwanstein Castle, a Concentration Camp or Hop-On, Hop-Off buses, you can do so here.

You already know this: Germany is FULL of awesome cities, castles, places, food, traditions, etc. Unfortunately, all of them can’t be squeezed into a short vacation. So, I asked 6 travel bloggers to share their favorite cities in Germany, what to do, what you shouldn’t miss and how much time you should spend there. This will hopefully give you an idea of where to go and what to see. My personal recommendation for a first time Germany visit would be Hamburg (3 days), Berlin (3 days), Munich (3 days), a small town, and – if you’re into history and old stuff – The Castle Road. The perfect time to visit is definitely summer, from June through September. I can’t guarantee you sunny weather, but lots of outdoor festivals where you can dive into German culture, drink beer and dance on benches – tiny versions of Oktoberfest.

All pictures are from the bloggers.

Bacharach

Lorelei from California Globetrotter | More from Lorelei on Bacharach| Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest

Bacharach best German cities

When you dream of visiting Germany, perhaps you imagine romantic fairytale castles perched high up in the mountains or big bustling cities like Berlin or Munich. Or perhaps you imagine towns with alley after alley of endless half-timbered houses straight out of a Disney movie, walking down picturesque cobbled-stoned roads that transport you to another time, where time moves a bit slower.

Located along the romantic Rhine River, Bacharach is brimming with cobbled-stoned streets lined with colorful houses, quaint little corners to have a romantic moment in and endless vineyards on the hills surrounding the small town.

You won’t find any of those big name fast-food restaurants as it’s all about authenticity and a more relaxed environment. Here, you’ll find traditional mom-and-pop restaurants and taverns cooking home cooked meals. Enjoy a traditional schnitzel at Restaurant Rusticana and feel at home by striking up a conversation with the owners.

Top off any visit to Bacharach with a stroll through the alleys while devouring some savory Riesling or Rose flavored ice cream. Only fitting when in Germany’s wine valley!

Sights of interest include the Altes Haus, Wernerkapelle, St. Peterskirche, a romantic corner of town called Im Malerwinkel, Burg Stahleck, walking the town fortifications and hiking the vineyard paths!

Looking for somewhere unique to stay? Consider staying in a castle perched above the town! Burg Stahleck has overlooked the town since the 12th century and has been a youth hostel since 1925-27.

While the town is easy to explore by foot within just a few hours, it’s worth extending your time here for 1-2 days to truly enjoy the surroundings, and eat plenty of Riesling ice cream!

Berlin

Bilyana Petrova from Owl over the World | More about Berlin from Bilyana | Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest

Berlin best german cities

Berlin! Not only one of my favorite cities in Germany but also one of my favorite cities ever. Until some time ago, I didn’t consider Germany as an interesting travel destination. How stupid was I? After visiting Berlin for the first time, I went back for a second time and I’m sure that I will go back again and again (maybe even very soon, who knows).

Berlin has soooo much to offer. Extensive history, vibrant life, culture, crazy nightlife and much, much more. The Brandenburg gate, The Reichstag, Holocaust Memorial, Berlin Dome and The East Side Gallery are must-visits in every Berlin journey. They are the most famous landmarks. Besides these, though, make sure to go to the viewing platform of Park Inn Hotel, instead of the one at the TV Tower (it’s cheaper and I believe it’s way better). Other places to keep in mind and not to miss are also Tempelhof and Teufelsberg.

Except for party paradise, Berlin is also vegans’ paradise. You can find many vegan restaurants and cafes.

A few days – 4-5 – will be enough to see the highlight of the city, but if you want to feel more of the unique vibe, stay for least ten days or why not even longer.

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