Hamburg, Germany

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Hamburg, Germany

When people first think of Germany they are thinking of the most popularly know places such as Berlin or Munich. For those people they are missing out on the fine beauty of Hamburg, it is recorded to be the second largest city in Germany. The food is exquisite and meaty, definitely not a place for the people on the Vegan Diet. A fun area to walk down is near Rathaus and there travelers will find an amazing stretch of fancy stores, art galleries, and Restaurants. If a traveler plans to stay the night many other visitors would recommend Hotel Atlantic Kempinski which has amazing views of the lake and located very close to the train station for convenience.

Berlin, Germany

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Berlin, Germany

Berlin is Germany’s capital of fun and funky culture. With so many museums, boutiques, bars and more — particularly in the neighborhoods of Kreuzberg, Prenzlauer Berg and up-and-coming Neukölln — the options in Berlin are dizzying.  After you’ve ticked the historic boxes (Checkpoint Charlie, the Brandenburg Gate, etc.) off your to-see list, explore Berlin’s lesser-known cultural hot spots like the Bauhaus Archiv Museum, dedicated to the 20th century’s most important school of architecture, and the Deutsche Currywurst Museum, where you can learn about (and sample!) Berlin’s iconic snack food. Culinary tours with Gastro Rallye  through Berlin’s diverse ethnic neighborhoods is another top-eating outing.

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Munich, Germany

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Munich, Germany

The capital of Bavaria, Munich is a wealthy Alps-fringed city where Bayern Munchen, the city’s soccer team, gets the fans frenzied. Watch inland surfers ride the standing waves on the Eisbach river, which courses through the Englischer Garten (“English Gardens”), Munich’s spectacular city park that spans 900 acres. Or get a bird’s-eye look at the Olympic Stadium, built for the 1972 Summer Olympics, during a roof climb.  If you’re visiting Munich in September through early October, there’s only one place to be — the Wiesn, where all the stein-swilling and song-singing madness of Oktoberfest makes for the planet’s best party. And take a stroll along the ritzy Maximilianstraße (pronounced “maxamilian-strah-suh”), a street in Munich’s old town lined with historic buildings that today house Munich’s swankiest shops.

Frankfurt, Germany

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Frankfurt, Germany

Germany and Europe’s chief financial capital, Frankfurt has more to offer than bankers in suits and New York-style skyscrapers. Tour the remarkably well-preserved Goethe House, where Germany’s most famous writer was born and lived until 1795.  Walk along a boardwalk through the Schwanheimer Duene, one of Europe’s only inland sand dunes. And try a schnitzel topped with Frankfurt’s famous Gruene Sosse (green sauce) at a traditional German restaurant like the cozy Apfelwein Wagner.

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