Germany's Top 100 2022
Miniatur Wonderland in Hamburg is home to the largest model railway in the world
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg's Speicherstadt district is a must-see attraction for all rail enthusiasts, globetrotters, families and anyone else visiting Hamburg! This ultimate model landscape is the setting for realistic train journeys that are fully controlled by computers. The model even sees day change to night and vice versa.
Europa-Park in Rust
Europa-Park in Rust in Baden-Württemberg, between Freiburg im Breisgau and Offenburg, is the largest theme park in the German-speaking world and one of the very few to remain open over the winter months.
Rothenburg ob der Tauber: Journey back in time to the Middle Ages
There are very few places elsewhere in the world with such a wealth of original buildings dating from the Middle Ages as there are here. You can't help but ask yourself whether time has stood still in Rothenburg ob der Tauber, as you amble through the Old Town with its secluded squares and tucked-away corners with towers, fountains, gates and wine taverns.
Neuschwanstein Castle – Germany's fairytale castle
Neuschwanstein Castle is a powerful symbol the world over thanks to its idealised romantic architecture combined with the tragic love story of its owner, King Ludwig II of Bavaria.
Phantasialand in Brühl near Cologne is home to exotic landscapes, epic soundtracks and exhilarating rides. During the winter months, the theme park is transformed into a magical sea of sparkling lights.
Berlin: Our capital is waiting for you
Now is the time you can once again visit Berlin. Enjoy all the classic hotspots, or take a break from the hustle & bustle, and head towards the wide-open city lakes and green spaces for some action-packed outdoor activities.
Black Forest National Park - untamed beauty
The lush green forests in this nature reserve are just waiting to be explored, showing off the wild side of nature and offering views way into the distance. This nature reserve covering 10,000 hectares in Baden-Württemberg offers spectacular views long into the distance
Moselle wine-growing region – viniculture dating back 2,000 years
The Moselle, Saar and Ruwer Rivers meander through countryside where the Romans first cultivated wine 2,000 years ago. The Moselle region is the oldest wine-growing region in Germany and the largest with vines on steep slopes.
LEGOLAND Germany Resort
At the heart of the LEGOLAND Germany Resort near Günzburg is Miniland, where model designers have lovingly recreated European cities and landscapes using over 25 million standard Lego bricks with extreme attention to detail.
Hamburg: a maritime metropolis that leaves you wanting more
A boat trip around one of the world's most powerful universal ports is at the heart of any successful trip to Hamburg. Followed by a stroll through the Old Town, with its beautiful angular buildings and 17th-century town houses, original restaurants and bars. The Speicherstadt district in the HafenCity inner-city development project is typical of Hamburg and has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Romantic Road - the promise of a name
The Romantic Road spans just under 400 kilometres from Würzburg to Füssen in the Allgäu, where a veritable treasure trove awaits. The route finishes in style at King Ludwig's fairytale castles, which are surrounded by four lakes against the backdrop of the Ammergau Alps Nature Reserve. The Romantic Road is also known for being Germany's top destination for festivals.
There have been churches on the site of Cologne Cathedral since the 4th century. However, it was not until 1248 that this city on the Rhine became home to one of the foremost cathedrals in the Christian world – a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. When it was completed in 1880, it was the tallest building in the world.
Museum Island Berlin
Museum Island at the heart of Berlin is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to spectacular cultural treasures. The museum complex made up of eight museums is a popular hotspot for tourists and locals alike.
Rügen: Traditional Seaside resorts and world-famous chalk cliffs
Spanning more than 900 square kilometres, this island has all of the ingredients for the perfect holiday in abundance. Think beaches that go on as far as the eye can see, untouched natural landscapes and luxurious seaside resorts.