Vienna is steeped in history, a top global city with must see museums and galleries, delectable cuisines, tasty drinks and terrific views.
Senckenberg (Natural History) Museum in Frankfurt is a fun and educational way to spend an afternoon. This museum is also the home to the most extensive collection of dinosaurs throughout Germany.
There are many reasons to visit Speyer including museums, sea life, hiking and biking, wine-tasting and of course great places to eat.
Considered one of the top five cities in Germany to visit, Heidelberg attracts millions each year with its history, art and scenic beauty. Take a stroll through the city or along the river. What are you waiting for?!
From swimming pools to steel factories, there are so many places to visit in Germany. Here’s some ideas for 7 great day trips, with or without the kids…
Berlin is one of the most desirable destinations to visit. Things that allure millions each year include the sheer vibrancy of the city, its rich history, various landmarks, and so much more.
With a history of over 2000 years, Cologne or Köln as it is called in Germany, is now ranked as one of the must-see places in Germany.
Check out some of the best attractions in and around Hamburg, Germany for kids and parents on a European tour!
Visit Warnemünde, the attractive seaside resort of the Baltic Sea. There are many attractions at this seaside resort that will make your visit a memorable one!
This beautiful city will charm you with its culture, cuisine, history, art, shopping and so much more. Take advantage of your time abroad and proximity and discover the French city of Metz.
Now until April 26th Ludwigsburg’s Straw Sculpture Easter Festival offers family fun including egg decorating, a maze, boat rides, petting zoo, a castle tower and much more.
If you haven’t visited the puzzle town of Ravensburg, it definitely warrants your visit! It has rich history, a museum district, a shopping district, many towers and surrounding vineyards.
Take a little history trip at Nürnberg’s Nazi Party Rally Grounds Museum. This museum documents the rise and fall of the Nazi Party in Germany with specific focus on the rallies and trials in Nürnberg.
The charming Bayeux, France was the first town to be liberated after D-Day and is a small tourist friendly town with lots of shopping and restaurants.
Pfalhbau is an interactive and educational museum. It presents archaeologically reconstructed versions of lake dwellings of the Neolithic and Bronze Ages.
Vogtsbauernhof Outdoor Museum is a sprawling area that offers sunshine, fresh air, countryside views and a look into historic farmhouses of yesteryear.
Take a day trip to the French town with the funny name. Bitche offers rich history, rich history, an audio guided tour, a U.S. connection and more.
Sonnenbühl is a quaint, friendly town with one of the few Easter Egg Museums in Germany, caves for exploration, Michelin star restaurants and more.
The Porsche Museum is a car enthusiast’s haven with its incredible architecturally designed building that houses interactive and informative exhibitions.
Story by Corinna Emser Photo courtesy of Dialog Museum, Frankfurt If you lose one of your senses, all others are heightened. If you lie with your eyes closed on the couch,… Read more
4 things to do with your kids in Frankfurt, Germany, a quick trip from the Ramstein and Kaiserslautern military communities.
The Dynamikum (Science Center) in Pirmasens is filled with over 160 science-based exhibits for your kids to explore.
KunstKontor in Wiesbaden has a Christmas exhibition running from now until January 31st, 2013 called “Impressions, color, encounter”.
The Porsche Museum in Stuttgart is one of the best ways to delight the car enthusiast in your life with 80 vehicles on display.
Frankfurt is often overlooked by tourists passing through the international airport, but its city center is a unique blend of traditional and modern and is the perfect place to explore and experience the best of what Germany has to offer.
The castle and guard house, which house the Whisky Museum, are landmarks of the town of Kirn.
When the weather refuses to cooperate with your weekend or holiday plans, spending the day at one of Germany’s many museums is the perfect way to get out of the… Read more
The Gutenberg Museum lies across from the cathedral in the historic section of Mainz and is a treat for those interested in the advent of printing.