Germany is distinguished by order in everything. And this applies to all areas of life. Everything in this country is neat, clean and well-maintained. Hotels will offer you first-class service, and the country will offer many interesting places. Germany is one of the few countries where the main cities are so different from each other. You will see their special architecture, rich historical heritage, as well as feel the unique atmosphere of each city. Lovers of outdoor activities will find something for every taste: surfing on the shores of the Baltic and North Seas, playing golf or tennis, horseback riding, kayaking along the Alpine mountains.
Germany is a country where you always want to discover new pages - its history, character, and traditions of residents, the incredible contrast of rural nature and the active life of big cities.
Nuremberg with its bridges and arches, unique castles of Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein, magnificent Black Forest, tourist Bavaria with its rich historical past and natural attractions, multifaceted Berlin, peace of the Baltic coast, the cleanest lakes and unique mineral springs, it attracts thousands of tourists to Germany a country of order and picturesque nature.
In Berlin, the modern buildings are adjacent to the Gothic cathedrals, while the modern buildings are restored to the classical palaces. From the TV tower, you can compare the architectural features of East and West Berlin. Just above is a restaurant where you can relax and have a good snack while continuing the panorama view.
Not far from the Television Tower on the River Spree the Museum Island lies, which houses 5 institutions - the Old and New Museums, the Old National Gallery, the Bode Museum and the Pergamon Museum. Those who appreciate the culture of ancient Rome and Egypt will find much interesting in them. In addition, you can see a collection of Japanese ceramics, Chinese porcelain, and oriental armor. For convenience, a special "day ticket" for all museums is sold, which, incidentally, gives the right entry without a queue.
You should also visit the Museum of Natural History. The richness of the exhibits makes the excursion interesting for both adults and children. The Hamburg Station is home to an exhibition of contemporary painting - the largest in Europe.
The famous Berlin Zoo is a place that will make you feel happy and bring you back to your childhood! Even the most serious tourists can't help but smile when they see polar bears and pandas, and being able to feed and play with small animals is a real treat for kids. Unlike other zoos, feeding and caring for animals takes place here while the park is running, with animal carers often turning these procedures into true shows.
Germany, despite its conception of it as a strict and very correct state, is also a country of "gingerbread" houses and cheerful inhabitants. Many Germans love generosity and comfort. In small towns, like, say, in Wernigerode, this love is felt everywhere. Well-groomed streets, decorated with flowers balconies and windows are met everywhere.