55 Places to Visit in Germany | Tourist Places & Attractions

Tourist Places in Germany

The Brandenburg Gate, The Rebuilt Reichstag, Museum Island, Munich Residenz, Marienplatz Square, Frauenkirche, Städel Museum, The Palm Garden, Frankfurt Cathedral, Miniatur Wunderland, Heide park, Cologne Cathedral, Museum Ludwig and many more.

Flaunting a staggering number of beautiful places in Germany, this European country is a dream come true kind of destination for tourists. The nation has over 2000 years of rich heritage which can be travelled back in time by visiting the iconic museums and memorials like Berlin Wall Memorial, The Brandenburg Gate, German Historical Museum, Jewish Berlin Museum, and Pergamon Museum.

Cathedrals in Germany like The Theatine Church of St.Cajetan and Frankfurt Cathedral are not just religious places, but stand tall against the test of times showcasing Germany's architectural history. The country is also blessed with a diverse topography paving way for several man-made tourist places in Germany like the Cologne's Love Locks Bridge built on Rhein River, the walking trail at Planten un Blomen in Hamburg which is surrounded by lush greenery, and Palmengarten where Nature thrives at it best.

If day tours around Germany are truly the penny, the enthralling list of places to visit in Germany at night like The Rebuilt Reichstag, and the party places like Kunstpark Ost Munich, Hackesche Höfe And Oranienburger Straße in Berlin, and 3. Reeperbahn Hamburg will make you extend your German sojourn!
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Must Places To Visit In Germany


The Brandenburg Gate

Dating back to the 18th century, this monument is one of the most visited places in Germany. Prussian king Frederick William II built this gate in Berlin in a neoclassical style and today, it stands as a symbol of Berlin and German division during the Cold War.

The gate is 26 meters high and the beautiful Quadriga statue designed by Johann Gottfried Schadow crowns the wall at the top. When Germany got reunified, this epic gate transformed itself into New Berlin's symbol of unity and today, draws several thousands of tourists every single day.

Location: Pariser Platz, 10117 Berlin, Germany

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The Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg

Located in the southwest corner of Germany in the federal state of Baden-Wurttemberg is the Black Forest, one of the most alluring and favorite places to visit in Germany. The forest spread across an area of 2320 sq miles and extended towards the northeast for about 100 miles. It's mainly a granite highland forested with sandstone trees and borders with fertile limestone. Visit the most beautiful spot in Germany's Black forest such as the pretty village nestled at the spectacular mountain range in Baden-Württemberg. Once you get to this place, you would love to explore lovely half-timbered houses, ruined castles, and quaint towns that the magical land of Black forest owns. Take a tour deep inside the densely wooded Black Forest National park, one of its great attractions for visitors to explore.

Nymphenburg Palace

Situated in the northwest outskirts of the city, the palace was initially the summer residence of the Wittelsbach Electors. The vast palace extends more than 600 meters from one wing to the other, reuniting the entire building in a pool.

The magnificent palace is largely vouched for its beauty, furnishings, ceiling paintings, state coaches collections, and more. It is also surrounded by the Nymphenburg Park, which is beautifully adorned with marble statues, hothouses, and more.

Location: Schloss Nymphenburg 1, 80638 Muenchen

Timings: April to 15th October: 9 AM - 6 PM, October to March: 10 AM - 4 PM

Price: 6 EUR

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Miniatur Wunderland

The model railways and miniature airport attraction in Hamburg, the Miniatur Wunderland is the largest of its kind. Located in the historic district of Speicherstadt, the exhibit comprises 13300 trains created from 10,000 carriages, 100,000 moving vehicles, 130,000 trees, 500,000 lights, along 400,000 human figurines.

Tourists to this miniatur wunderland can marvel at the brilliantly crafted landscape models and the live action of flight take-offs and landings that are no less than their real life counterparts in looks and design.

Location: Kehrwieder 2/Block D, 20457 Hamburg

Timings: 9:30 am - 6:00 pm

Price: 20 EUR

Museum Island

The museum island, designed by architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel is situated between the Spree River and Kupfergraben in a 400-meter long canal is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most prominent places in Germany.

The Museum Island was inaugurated in 1830 and is named Museum Island because it is a complex of five prestigious museums - the Altes Museum, the Neues Museum, the Alte Nationalgalerie, the Bode-Museum, and the Pergamonmuseum and includes archaeological and art collections.

Location: Bodestrasse 1-3, 10178 Berlin.

Timing: 10.00 AM to 6.00 PM All days of Week.

Fee: €19 per Adult and €10 per Student or Child

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The Rhine Valley

Do you know you can explore some of the world’s most winsome places in Germany? And to that, The Rhine Valley is one of the popular places in Germany to which you can book a trip of a lifetime. It's totally a unique place with an incredible number of sights to see. Starting from the breathtaking castles, historic towns, mesmerizing mountains, and vineyards, nothing can beat the charismatic beauty of this place. Here you will get opportunities for hiking and cycling along long-distance trails, and bike routes. Spending a long day at riverboating is equally fun. You can visit the old cathedral city of Mainz located amidst the Rhine Valley is an ideal attraction you shouldn't miss while sightseeing and having a way through the picturesque old towns.

Zugspitze Massif, Bavaria

If you are planning to travel, and explore the scenic region and beauty then go for Zugspitze Massif, Bavaria, one of the top German tourist attractions. Zugspitze is the highest point in Germany known as Germany’s highest ski area. Get exposed to the natural snow on Zugspitze and experience several activities like snowboarding, skiing, etc. Visiting, and reaching by climbing to the top of the mountain is a great thing to achieve in life. Mountaineers, sports enthusiasts, and explorers would have great fun and satisfaction in getting access to Germany’s highest mountain. At the summit, it feels like the top of the world as you would be catching a bird-eye scenic view of four countries and 400 more mountain peaks surrounding it in Germany. Have a panoramic ride on the Zugspitze cable car which will take you through the most heavenly views of the ice-wrapped mountains and valleys.

Königssee (King's Lake), Bavaria

If you ever get an opportunity for a Germany trip, make sure you don’t miss out on visiting Königssee (King's Lake), Bavaria, one of the clean places to visit in Germany. Königssee is one of the most beautiful natural lakes which flows in the extreme southeast Berchtesgadener land district of Germany. The place is one of the absolute favorites of visitors all across the globe. Basically, the Königssee lake is one of the vital parts of the Berchtesgaden National Park which is also known as Bavaria. Visit the crown jewel of the small town, Schonau, and immerse yourself in the most impressive scenic areas in Germany. You can engage yourself in many activities like strolling around the Königssee lake and taking a boat ride here as well.

Sanssouci Park and Palace, Potsdam

Get excited to spend time at the most pleasant Germany tourist attraction laid with masterpieces of architecture, sculptures, and gardens. Sanssouci Park and Palace are monumental buildings located in Potsdam, near Berlin. The palace features the best Prussian version of Versailles as it was built by Prussian King Frederick the Great as his royal palace to stay in summer. Explore the places’ expansive gorgeous gardens, parklands, and some of the smaller palaces with phenomenal architecture. Your visit will definitely be worth every penny as eventually during the trip you will realize the day spent fabulous discovering new things at Sanssouci Park.

Berlin Wall Memorial

Constructed in 1961, to prevent the people of  East Germany from fleeing towards West Germany, this 4-meter high wall separated 155 roads. Today, this wall stands as a memorial to the countless men, women and children who died while crossing the wall at that time.

Lauded as one of the finest places in Germany, this Berlin wall is located at the corner of the Ackerstr End of Bernauer Strasse. The Berlin Wall Memorial is locally famous as ‘Gedenkst Berlin Berliner’.

Location: Bernauer competes 111, 13355 Berlin.

Timings: 8.00 am to 10 pm

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The Rebuilt Reichstag

One of the most significant and iconic places in Germany, the Rebuilt Reichstag is popular for its magnificent glass dome structure. The building is where the modern-day German Parliament sits and the city’s panoramic views around that the glass dome offers to its visitors are outlandish.

Cyrillic graffiti in Reichstag left by Soviet soldiers are still on the walls and whisper untold tales from those days. The building is truly eco-friendly as it generates its energy. The Käfer Dachgarten Restaurant at the roof of Reichstag serves scrumptious food.

Timings: 8.00 AM - 12 midnight Mon-Sun

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Munich Residenz

Serving as the popular seat of government and the residence of the Bavarian dukes, king, and electors, the popular tourist spot today is a massive, magnificent palace to behold. What was a castle previous has been transformed by rulers and further beautified with gardens and buildings.

Although much of its part was destroyed during the Second World War, however today, it is still vouched for its importance and prioritized as the administration and cultural purposes.

Location: ResidenzstraBe 1, 80333, Munchen

Timings: 2 pm - 6 pm

Price: €7 per person

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Frankfurt Zoo

Housing more than 4,500 species of animals, Frankfurt Zoo is spread over a vast area of 32 acres. This second oldest zoo in Germany is popular for exotic and nocturnal animal houses where one can see the Kiwis of New Zealand, nocturnal mammals called Aardvarks and Galagos native to Africa, and fossas endemic to Madagascar along with common animals like monkeys, lions, gorillas, rhinos and many more; making it one of the top places to visit in Germany. The crocodile hall, the bat habitat, the aquarium and the Exotarium and Insectarium located within the zoo premises are a sheer delight to visit.

Location: Bernhard-Grzimek - Allee 1, 60316 Frankfurt am Main

Timings: 9.00 AM - 2.00 PM and 2.30 AM - 7.00 PM

Price: 12 EUR for adults and 6 EUR for children


This is popularly known as a late Gothic church which offers a massive 100-meter tall tower dawning over a high building. The Cathedral Church of Our Lady structure was completed in 1488. It is largely popularized due to the Tomb of Emperor Ludwig the Bavarian, which is adorned in black-colored marble with bronze figures.

Visitors can also climb atop to witness the surrounding beautiful views. There is a local limitation on height, which is why the towers are visible widely.

Location: Frauenplatz 12, 80331 Munchen

Timings: 7 AM-8.30PM

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Frankfurt Cathedral

Dedicated to Saint Bartholomew, Frankfurt Cathedral is the largest religious place in Frankfurt. This edifice built in Gothic architecture is a Roman Catholic Gothic and its exteriors look stunningly majestic and imposing.

The tallest tower at the cathedral rises to a height of 9 metres and a plight of 328 steps takes you to the top. The Dommuseum here has a distinct collection of rare liturgical things.

Location: Domplatz 1, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Timings: 9.00 AM - 12 noon and 1.1 PM - 8.00 PM on all days except Friday and Sunday when the timings are 1.00 PM to 8.00 PM

Museum of Modern Art

Widely recognized as one of the most crucial galleries of contemporary art, the museum was inaugurated in 1991. The museum stands in a beautiful postmodern building.

Located centrally in the heart of the city, one of the best tourist places in Germany boasts a large collection of 5,000 examples of art from well-known artists. You can view the fine works of eminent artists such as Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, and Francis Bacon.

Location: Domstrebe 10, 60311 Frankfurt am Main

Timings: 10 am - 6 pm

Price: 10 EUR

Cologne Cathedral

The second highest building in Cologne, the Cathedral, can be seen from each and every point of the city. Measuring around 8000 square meters, it can house up to 20,000 people and is one of the UNESCO World heritage Sites.

Built over centuries starting 1248, this Gothic church looks spellbindingly beautiful with intricately designed interiors and exteriors, five-aisled basilica, and a tower facade that soars 157.2 metres high. For shutterbugs, this magnificent cathedral promises outlandish backdrops from every single angle.

Location: Domkloster 4, 50667 Koln

Timings: May - Oct: 6 am-9 pm, Nov - Apr: 7 am-7:30 pm, Sundays and holidays: 1 pm - 4:30 pm

Price: 4 EUR

The Old Opera House

Situated centrally in the Frankfurt Opera Square, this popular structure was established long back in the year 1880. The style has been inspired by the popular Italian High Renaissance and has been rebuilt and reopened for the tourists to visit post World War II.

Its counterpart, known as the New Opera House is the finest place in Germany to catch on the best of classical music, jazz, and musical and show productions. This landmark building has a beautiful exterior and the fountain at the entrance promises a compelling backdrop for your ‘Germany-check-in’ Insta pictures.

Location: Opernplatz, 60313 Frankfurt am Main

Places to Visit in Berlin


German Historical Museum

The German Historical Museum is one of the most popular places in Germany and is built within the baroque building. The museum which gives information about the remarkably rich history of the city as shared by the Germans and Europeans.

The historical exhibition halls at the museum are equipped with attractive displays of artifacts related to various periods and events which are sure to leave the visitors spellbound.  Among its highlights are exhibits related to medicine, fashion religion, art and photography.

Location: Under Den Linden 2, 10117 Berlin.

Timings: 10.00 am to 6.00 pm.

Price: Adult - € 8, Under 18 - Free

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Berliner Fernsehturm

Also called Berliner Furnisertum, this iconic tower in Berlin is the largest amongst other tourist places in Germany.  It is a part of the city's old architecture, such as other attractions of the city, and is built in the Marion Quarter of District Mitte with a height of 368 meters.

The building was constructed more than 50 years ago.  Its magnificent and elongated structure can be seen from a distance. The large square in the earthen area of ??Berlin is sure to make tourists jaw drop with its magnificence.

Location: Panoramastrasse 1A, 10178 Berlin.

Timings: 9 am to 12.00 noon.

Price: Adult - € 16.50, Child - € 9.50

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Checkpoint Charlie Museum

One of the historically significant places in Germany. CheckPoint Charlie is a symbol of the Cold War and represents the separation of East and West. Checkpoint Charlie Allied was a crossing point for members of the military and foreigners.

The guardhouse, which once stood here, is now on display at the Allied Museum in Berlin Zehlendorf.  The US Army Guard House is present at a replica crossing and Cobblestone was used to designate the former border site.

Location: Friedrich Straub 43-45, 10117 Berlin.

Timings: 9 AM to 10 PM.

Price: € 14.50 for adults & Under 18 - € 7.50

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Charlottenburg Palace and Park

Charlottenburg Palace was built at the turn of the century and later spread throughout the community and is located in the Citywest district.  Among the best places in Germany, this is not to be missed by those who like visiting places.

Designed in Baroque style, it is the best place to hang out amidst beautiful gardens and outdoor sculptures.  In it you can see a group of porcelain, jewelry and royal silver in Frederick the Great's apartment.

Location: Luisenplatze Spandauer Damm 20–24, 14059 Berlin.

Timings: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm

Price: € 12 adults, €8 Children

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Built in the late 18th century.  Gendarmenmarkt is a major public square and one of the many historic  places in Germany that were destroyed during World War II.  A visit to Gendarmenmarkt may also include seeing a Deutscher Dome in the 18th century and a French cathedral built by François and Huguenet.

The Winter Christmas Market that happens in the grounds of Gendarmenmarkt during the winter months fills the air with festive vibes.

Location: Gendarmenmarkt, 10117 Berlin

Timings: 11.00 am to 10.00 pm

Price: € 1 per person and free for children

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Jewish Museum Berlin

This is the largest Jewish museum in Europe and was established in 2001. The museum showcases the history of Jews to new perspectives from the German Middle Ages.  With three buildings, the museum spanned the Jewish era in Germany, which had a profound impact on the psyche of the city of Berlin.

Apart from political significance, its design is a rare and distinctive art of architecture.  The Jewish Museum has an extensive structure open to visitors to explore the creativity and sheer work of art while visiting places in Germany.

Location: Lindenstrabe 9-14, 10969 Berlin

Timings: 11.00 am to 7.00 pm

Price: Under 18: Free; adults: € 8

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German Museum of Technology

The German Museum is a museum of science and technology and has a grand collection of historical artifacts.  Founded in 1983 to showcase and celebrate Germany's industrial and technical skills. The museum is one of the most visited places in Germany, the German Museum of Technology is located in the grounds of the former Antiller train yard.

There are many protected steam engine locomotives and museum technology including vehicles and aircraft, and an old 1930s train that runs from the museum to the locomotive depot.

Location: Trebbiner Str.9, 10963 Berlin.

Timings: Tuesday - Friday - 9.00 am - 5.30 pm, Sat - Sun - 10.00 am - 6.00 pm.  Monday - Closed

Price: € 8 adults; €4 students

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Grosser Tiergarten and The Victory Column

Better known as the 'Animal Garden,' Berlin Grosser Tiergarten has been a significant tourist attraction. Primarily known for being a royal hunting reserve for the wild pigs, deer, and other wild animals, it has now been transformed into a public park in 1700.

The park presently entertains its visitors with varied monuments and statues, which also includes the popular Statue of Queen Luise. Its surrounding trees and shrubs emancipate a greenery vibe which is rare to find.

Location: Str. Des 17. Juni 10785

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Pergamon Museum

This is the most visited of all island attractions, and the museum emerges as the most renowned sightseeing destinations. Popular for three main galleries, each of them occupies a specific wing of the building that includes the Middle East Museum, the Antiquity collection, and the Islamic Art Museum.

It is furthermore beautified with varied artifacts which were collected by German archaeologists back during the 19th and 20th centuries. Do not forget to explore the popular Ishtar Gate of Babylon, Mshatta Façade, and the Roman Market Gate of Miletus.

Location: BodestraSSe 1-3, 10178

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The Humboldt Forum

The former Berlin Palace, The Humboldt Forum, was constructed back in the year 1443. Although it was previously the residence of the Brandenburg princes, however, it was later transformed into a baroque palace fascinating tourists with its five distinct portals and three courtyards.

Some of the distinctive artefacts displayed at the museum like a Cuauhcoatl, a vase for chocolate from the Maya, the Barrigon sculpture, and statues of Hindu gods like Vishnu and Nandi. . At present, it is considered as being equal to the leading museums around the world where visitors can explore the largest collections of treasures.

Location: SchloBpl. 1, 10178

Timings: Monday - Friday: 10am - 6pm

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Places to Visit in Munich


Marienplatz Square

Located centrally in the old town of Altstadt, this tourist destination is one of the best places to start your Munich tour. It was founded by the eminent Henry the Lion back in the 12th century for being utilized for tournaments, celebratory events, and for medieval markets.

At present, the square still stands tall as a popular meeting point for both locals and visitors. It has been the main square since 1158 and is largely vouched as the central square for the longest time now. Being located close to the city, it is a connecting point to all the major tourist spots.

Location: Marienplatz, 80331 Munchen

Price: $3.49 for adults and $1.16 for children


The magnificent Rococo Asam Church is beautified with enriching decorations of stucco figures, oil paintings, and frescoes. With an equally impressive exterior, the structure is embraced by massive columns while being crowned by the popular figure of St. John.

Visitors from all over the world flock in to witness the mesmerizing wrought-iron grille separating stucco figures of saints from the long nave.

Location: Sendlinger Strabe 32, 80331

Timings: 9 AM - 5:30 PM

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Englischer Garten

Also known as the English Garden, the largest city park in Germany is popularly visited by all. Covering 910 areas, it offers a host of trees and greenery, which speaks a calming vibe.

A popular place to have a quaint picnic and take a sunbathe amidst the greenery, the garden is largely preferred by individuals of all ages. Although it was designed as a military garden, however today, it is enjoyed by all.

Location: Munich, Germany

Timings: 11:30 AM - 6 PM


Deutsches Museum

The Deutsches Museum is popularly known for the largest museum of technology with 17,000 artifacts illustrating exhibits. These range from polish brass and wood of the early astronomical instruments to the latest scientific innovations.

It houses a number of extensive collections pertaining to the field of transport, such as aircraft, cars, bicycles, and more. Visitors love to witness the beautiful Red Baron's biplane, an extensive piece of history from the First World War.

Location: Museumsinsel 1, 80538 Munchen

Timings: 9 AM - 5 PM

Price: 14 EUR

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With the farmers outgrowing in Marienplatz, it was finally moved to the square nearby in 1807. Today, it is spread across an expansive area of around 22,000 square meters, with it being a 200-year-old market. Here you can get the best of bakery, butchers’ hall, flower market, fresh fruits and vegetables and more.

It is also a great place to purchase the best of cheese, fresh bread, pastries, meats, and sizzling sausages, and more. Do not forget to miss out on the colorful maypole, which offers traditionally dressed figures that represent the varying crafts and trades popular nearby.

Location: Viktualienmarkt 3, 80331 Munchen

Timings: Monday - Saturday: 8 AM-6 PM

The Theatine Church of St. Cajetan

Being completed in 1690, The Theatine Church of St. Cajetan had been built commemorating the style of the Italian High Baroque. It offers a state of the art façade, an impressive 71-meter high dome with an alluring interior, where the exterior comprises varied marble statues of saints, lanterns along a lion located above the dome.

The interior is attractive, with a high altar, beautiful paintings, and rare architecture that sums up the beauty of the church.

Location: Salvatorplatz 2a, 80333 Munchen

Timings: 7 AM-8 PM

Hellabrunn Zoo

Over the course of time, the Hellabrunn Zoo has achieved a top rank among the best zoos in the whole of Europe. It was the very first zoo to have animals being grouped to the origin.

It is a proud home to an extensive collection of animals and species that are safeguarded to replicate the situations of the wild. This is expected to be done with animals who share habitats when kept in the same place.

Location: Tierparkstrasse 30, 81543 Muenchen

Timings: 9 AM-6 PM

Price: Rs.12.0 per person for adults, 8.5 per person for senior citizens, and 5.0 for children

The Olympic Park

The massive Olympic park of Munich covers a large area of 2.7 million square meters and is home to the summer Olympics of 1972. Today, it is largely safeguarded as a significant recreational center hosting varied events, concerts and more.

At present, the park is administered by Olympiapark Munchen GmbH, a company owned by Munich state capital. It also hosts a number of family events due to the outstanding designed architecture that it offers.

Location: Spiridon-Louis-Ring 21. 80809 Munich

Price: $30 per vehicle

The New Town Hall

Making way for having one of the most impressive architecture, the New Town Hall is adorned with an architecture that is rare to find. Offering breathtaking views of the city from the tower, the hall hosts a few thousand visitors each day.

Located centrally in the heart of Munich, the construction of the hall was completed in the year 1905. The rich exterior façade, along with the glockenspiel, reflects the city's history.

Location: Marienplatz 8, 80331 Munchen

Timings: 9 AM - 6 PM

Price: 1 EUR

Places to Visit in Frankfurt


Frankfurt’s Old Town Center

The old town center was touted as a popular center of trade and commerce, and today it is a popular indoor marketplace for the Roman merchants.

This has made it a popular tourist spot for both locals and visitors, inquisitive to explore the museum, indulge in guilt-free shopping, and endless cups of coffee. All of these get all the more enjoyable while basking amidst the aura of the medieval days.

Stadel Museum

Only Germany can house such extravagant museums which display 700 long years of art under one single roof. Focusing on the Renaissance, the museum is the oldest in Germany. Founded by Johann Friedrich Stadel in the year 1815, the museum offers a new wing which is built underground while replacing the old garden.

The spaces are lit beautifully and offer an exquisite beauty. It is remarkable to view how a simple design can produce such enticing spaces for both the interior and exterior of the building.

Location: Schaumainkai 63, 60596 Frankfurt am Main

Timings: 10 AM - 7 PM

Price: 12 EUR

Museum District

It is one of the most pivotal locations for museums in Europe and Germany. The open place has the best of pleasant scenery with breathtaking beauty. The district is suitable for both the family and the kids.

Lying close to the famous Mercury River, it is furthermore surrounded by extensive museums. A large number of visitors love exploring the large array of museums that shares the unique history of the surrounding area.

Location: BruckenstraSSE 3-7, 60594 Frankfurt am Main

Price: 12.6 EUR

The Palm Garden

The exceptional botanical showcase was initially established due to the purchase of the tropical plant collection by the Duke of Nassau. This is an entire greenhouse that is erected to host the plants. This enables the visitors to explore the surrounding tropical environment.

Guests love exploring the exotic flora hailing from distinctive climatic zones. Spread across an expansive area of 22 hectares, it shares a conservatory space of 7,000 sq/m. At present, it popularly hosts varied festive events and exhibitions for locals.

Location: Siesmayer straSSe 61, 60323 Frankfurt am Main – Westend-Sud

Timings: 9 AM - 6 PM

Price: 7 EUR

Senckenberg Natural History Museum

One of the largest historical museums in Germany, the popular museum proudly boasts the evolution of life along with appreciating the biodiversity at large. It is filled with unique exhibits of insects, mammals, and fishes which entice the young visitors largely.

The exhibitions, however, keep changing now and then, which makes each visit to the museum an interesting affair. Visitors love the primitive vibe that the museum is surrounded by. You can book the tickets online to indulge in the experience with your loved ones.

Location: Senckenberganlage 25, 60325 Frankfurt am Main

Timings: 9 AM -5 PM

Price: 12 EUR


This indoor market in Frankfurt is the home to nearly 160 stalls that sell various food products like cured meats, fresh flowers, honey, nuts, pastas, cheese, wine, and various imported food items.

Sprawling over 16,000 square feet, Kleinmarkthalle literally has everything related to food and groceries. Also, many stalls here serve scrumptious international cuisine and dishes freshly prepared on site that call for a gastronomic tour!

Location: Hasengasse 5-7, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Timings: 8.00 AM - 6.00 PM Mon-Fri; 8.00 AM - 4.00 PM Sat; Closed on Sundays

Price: Free

Goethe House & Museum

The house has been named after Frankfurt Goethe House and the house is the birthplace of the popular poet and author.

Being structured in a simple 18th-century bourgeois style, the museum is beautifully decorated, making it one of the best places to visit in Germany. The decoration talks a lot about the author and his fond likings for paintings from the Gothic era.

Location: Großer Hirschgraben 23-25, 60311 Frankfurt am Main-Innenstadt

Timings: Friday - Sunday: 10.00 am - 6.00 pm

Price: 5 EUR

The Hauptwache

It is popularly known as the central plaza of Frankfurt and has been named after the Baroque building, the centerpiece of the plaza. Being located centrally, the beautiful architecture is situated amidst a bigger plaza known as 'A der Hauptwache.'

It is largely visited due to it being a preferred place for shopping, grabbing coffee, or a few drinks.

Location: Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany

Timings: 10.00 am-10.00 pm Mon - Sun

Eschenheim Tower

Built long back in the early 1400s, the tower stands tall as the finest relic from the ancient walls. This tall structure, 47 meters high, never fails to impress with the exquisite dimensions it has. Dominating the Eschenheimer Gate district, the tower houses a café, meeting rooms largely occupied by local historical groups and societies.

This oldest skyscraper with over 600 years of history is also the best place in Germany for a gastronomic tour as the exclusive lava stone dishes and wines served at the lounge and outdoor seating area are the best you will find in Germany.

Location: Borsenplatz, 60313 Frankfurt am Main

Timings: 12:00 PM - 11:59 PM

Jewish Museum Frankfurt

The establishment of the museum commemorates the 50th anniversary of Kristallnacht, a significant point in the persecution of the Jews of Germany.

Spread across two significant venues, the museum boasts the exquisite collection of the Rothschild Palace, sharing culture and history of 900 years. It also houses the popular state-of-the-art research library, the Frank Family Center.

Location: Untermainkai 14-15, 60311 Frankfurt am Main

Timings: 10.00 AM-6.00 PM, closed on Mondays

Price: 8 EUR

Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt

Emerging as the most crucial exhibition venue in Europe, Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt had opened its gates back in 1986. Presenting more than 260 exhibitions until now, space is spread across a large area of 2000 m2 floor space while housing as many as 8.8 million visitors.

With its focus concentrated on historic-cultural themes, art-historical themes, discourses, and more, it is largely touted by the locals and visitors as a popular attraction.

Location: Romerberg, 60311

Timings: 10:00 am - 7:00 pm

Main Tower

This is the only tower in Frankfurt that offers a public viewing platform. This 200 meters 56 storey tower had opened in 2000 and is presently the fourth tallest building in the city.

Known as the fourth tallest in Germany, the tower offers a clear view from the top. Tourists can explore the observation deck on Fridays and Saturdays, which is loved as one of the best places to visit in Germany.

Location: Neue Mainzer Str. 52-58, 60311

Timings: Open until 11 pm

Price: 7.50 EUR for adults

Places to Visit in Hamburg


Elbphilharmonie Hall

The new epicenter of culture, social and regular life for individuals around the world, the Elbphilharmonie Hall, marks an essential location for all. The music of the place takes the center attraction with terraced housing rows of seats.

Offering exceptional views to be discovered in every nook and corner, the concert hall promises exceptional architecture and design crafted by the popular Swiss architects de Meuron and Herzog.

Location: Platz der Deutschen Einheit 4, 20457

Timings: 9:00 AM-11:30 PM

Heide Park

Popularly touted for being one of the most popular amusement parks around the world, Heide Park has Indian canoes, actor shows, exhibitions, rafting, and several other attractions housed for both adults and children.

At present, the park boasts one of the largest roller coasters in Europe while traveling at a speed of 100 km/h.

Location: Heide-Park Soltau, Heidenhof, 29614

Timings: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Price: 46 EUR

Tierpark Hagenbeck

Having established itself as one of the most popular zoos in the world, the Tierpark Hagenbeck is a family-owned zoo being popular for six generations now.

It was established back in 1907; the zoo has gained a major reputation over the years and breeds rare and endangered species, including Siberian tiger and Asian elephants. The four-level tropical aquarium catches the most eyes, making it one of the top tourist places in Germany.

Location: Lokstedter Grenzstraße 2, 22527

Timings: 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Planten un Blomen

Popularly known as a walking route, the Planten un Blomen walks through the green soul of Hamburg. The walking street also houses varied popular street cafes and whitewashed arcades.

The vast green park is one of the major attractions you will find at the end of the street. Visitors love the peace and tranquil surroundings amidst the spellbound greenery!

Location: Marseiller Str., 20355 Hamburg

Timings: 7:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Kunsthalle Museum

The museum is an articulation of three significant buildings. Housing eminent collections that feature spectacular masterpieces of the Middle Ages, the museum is an art lovers' delight.

Founded back in the year 1817, it was built entirely with the help of private donors, contributing to two-thirds of the cost. The highlights include the medieval altars of Master Francke, Master Bertram, along with the paintings of the Dutch artists of the old 17th century.

Location: Hamburger Kunsthalle

Timings: Monday-closed, Tuesday-Wednesday: 10 am-6 pm, Thursday: 10 am-9 pm, Friday to Sunday: 10 am-6 pm

Price: 8 - 14 EUR

Places to Visit in Cologne


Museum Ludwig

Founded in the year 1976, the museum boasts the works of modern art curated by the Ludwig couple. It is popular for being the very first museum in Cologne to embrace the modern form of art.

It also houses an extensive collection of paintings of the popular AvantGarde, making it a must view among the top places to see in Germany.

Location: Heinrich-Böll-Platz, 50667 Koln

Timings: Tuesday to Thursday & Sunday: 10 am-8 pm, Friday and Saturday: 10 am-10 pm

Price: 29 EUR

Cologne Zoological Garden

Founded in the year 1860, the Cologne Zoological Garden is one of the most significant tourist places in Germany. Housing exquisite specimens of 650 species, the garden is spread across a large area of 49 acres. Animals at the zoo include elephants, tigers, big apes, giraffes, seals, and hippopotamus.

The feeding program at the zoo is the best time to see the enclosed animals in action. With a wonderful aquarium in place, the zoo specializes in an extensive collection of lemurs and primates.

Location: Riehler Str. 173, 50735 Koln

Timings: 9.00 AM-6.00 PM

Price: Adults: 16 EUR, children from 4 to 12 years: 7.50 EUR, children below 4 years: free

Beethoven Monument

Emerging as the most famous monument of Ludwig Van Beethoven, the monument is actually a huge bronze statue of the timeless musician and was sculpted by  Ernst Julius Hähnel. The statue was opened to the public back in 1845, with the city celebrating the seventy-fifth anniversary of the musician.

While the statue is a masterpiece of art that draws music lovers from the length and breadth of the world, the base of the statue is beautifully decorated with four symbols representing symphonic music, opera, spiritual, and instrumental.

Location: Munster Pl. 11, 53111 Bonn

Price: Adults: 10 EUR, children: 7 EUR

Cologne’s Love Locks Bridge

The bridge was initially named Hohenzollern Bridge and was used by couples to fix padlocks on the railings commemorating their love. Once locked, the keys used to be thrown in the Rhein River below and are a romantic custom in Italy.

The bridge today has become a pilgrimage site amongst lovers and is commonly known as Cologne's Love Locks Bridge. Millions of lovers and tourists from all over the world visit this bridge and affix love locks wishing for an everlasting love. The millions of locks on the bridge’s railing and several million keys on the river bed say how many people have actually visited the place.

Location: 50679 Cologne

Art Museums in The Kunstareal District

The Kunstareal district is popularly known for its love for art and the fond liking it shares for artistic creations. This has led to a number of art museums that are seen savoring the best of art that Germany has to offer. The popular art galleries being the Old Picture Gallery, the New Picture Gallery along the State Gallery of Modern Art.

It is also graced by varied other museums such as the State Antiquities collection, the Glyptothek, offering attractive antiquities and ancient sculptures.

Location: Königsplatz 1, 80333 Munchen

Timings: 10 AM - 6 PM

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People Also Ask About Germany

  1. Which are the best historical places to visit in Germany?

    1. Brandenburg Gate: The gate, one of the best tourist places in Germany, was commissioned by the historic King Frederick William II of Prussia and stood tall at the entrance to boulevard Unter den Linden, leading to the city palace.

    2. Imperial Baths of Trier: Popularly touted as one of the best-preserved Roman sites in Germany, Trier was a Roman city and is one of the best places to see in Germany.

    3. Berlin Wall: The great controversial historic site, the Berlin Wall ranks top amongst the iconic historical sites.

    4. Bruhl Palaces: Composed of the Falkenlust Palace and Augustus Palace, the palace was built in the 18th century and is a masterpiece of the German Rococo style.
  2. Which are the best beaches to visit in Germany?

    1. Binz Beach Rugen: Rugen is the biggest island in the country and is primarily known for its beaches. This beach is a popular resort destination, thanks to the ancient beech forests, white chalk cliffs, and more.

    2. Langeoog Beach: Standing on the northwest coast of Germany, the beach is one of the best tourist places in Germany and lets you explore itself on horse-drawn carriages, bicycles, and more.

    3. Lubmin Beach: Embracing the popular nudist culture of Germany, the beach offers rugged cliffs and pine forests along with outdoor activities.

    4. Wannsee beach: The biggest beach around Berlin is a popular spot for sailing and offers a beautiful white sand beach, making it one of the best places to visit in Germany.
  3. Which are the best places to visit in Germany for couples?

    1. Rugen: The largest island of Germany sites in the Baltic Sea off Stralsund is an ideal spot to explore the ancient beech forests and catch breathtaking sunsets.

    2. Moselle Valley: The expansive valley is one of the best tourist places in Germany and spans southwestern Germany and cuts through vine-clad hills dotting dreaming villages and historic castles.

    3. Spree forest: It is the perfect hideout for couples who can explore romantic guesthouses and cottages for an intimate experience.

    4. Berchtesgaden: This small town is one of the most popular places to visit in Germany and lets you experience a romantic time and offers several hiking paths, ski pistes, and snowshoe trails.
  4. What is the best time to visit Germany?

    The best time to visit Germany is from May to September, as this is when it experiences the best weather surrounded by snow-free alpine trails and more. Traveling during this time is also easier because of the weather it offers. Feel free to explore the best places to visit in Germany during this time.
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