Where to Visit in Germany?

Saarschleife, one of the most famous sights in Saarland, located in Mettlach, Orscholz. The huge area of the park and the amazing view of the valley and river from the top of Saarschleife Cloef, the entire view of Mettlach ridges, make the place very popular to visit, for sports activities, as a walk, hike or jog, with love, friends, family, and pets.

Losheim am See, another popular park for recreational activities such as walking, jogging, hiking, and even swimming. It is located in Merzig-Wadern district, just around twenty minutes drive from Mettlach, Saarland, Germany.

Losheim am See


Trier, a tourist attraction with Porta Nigra, basilica, and other Romans ruins, just around 40 minutes drive from Losheim and about an hour and a half from Saarbrücken. It is located on the banks of the Moselle next to the border of Luxembourg. Trier considered the oldest city in Germany.



Bernkastel Kues, an hour drive from Trier city, is a well-known of winegrowing region in the middle of Moselle. A beautiful small town with plenty of tour activities and one of the most tourist attractions in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. The Most attraction place in town is the Mediaeval Marketplace with its gambled timber-frame houses since the 17th century, the boat trip, and cycling along the river of Moselle.

Traben Trarbach, just another half an hour away from Bernkastel Kues. Traben lies on the left bank of the Moselle and Trabach lies on the Hunsrück. Either from Traben-Trarbach to Bernkastel-Kues or turn back around, cycling will be the way to entertain the trip.

Traben-Trarbach

Cochem, another one hour drive from Traben-Trarbach is the famous castle lies on the left bank of the Moselle. The Reichsburg Castle known as Cochem Castle is very attractive with its beauty, historical, and an incredible view of the entire town from the top of the castle.

Cochem Castle

Burg Eltz, take about half an hour from Cochem to reach the Eltz, a castle that has never been destroyed and still owned by the same family of (Eltz family) that live there in the 12 century. The castle is surrounded by the Eifel (mountain range) and three sides of the Elzback River, about 15 minutes’ walk from the car park through a lovely forest to reach it.

Eltz Castle


Heidelberg, two hours drive from Eltz, a popular tourist destination with its well-known cityscape, the castle, the old town, old bridge over the river, the walkway (Philosopher’s Walk), and the famous University of Heidelberg.

Heidelberg

Saarbrücken, from Heidelberg, is around two hours drive next to French bordered, the capital and largest city in Saarland, where the Völklingen Ironworks is (located in Völklingen), the European Route of Industrial Heritage (ERIH) and the UNESCO world heritage site since in 1994.

Saarbrücken

Burg Hohenzollern, nearly four hours’ drive from Saarbrücken, near Bisingen town and the famous of Black-Forest, one of the most visited castles. The castle can be seen from miles as its located on the hilltop of Mount Hohenzollern.

Lindau Bodensee, here’s another two hours and a half hours to reach the Lake, bordered with triple countries, Lindau Germany, Bregenz Austria, and Goldach Switzerland. They all look beautiful in their own way.



Neuschwanstein, the most highlight tourist destination in Germany, just about an hour and a half from Bodensee Lake, busy with tourists. Around 35-45 minutes walk from the ticket counter to the castle. To get the best view of the castle is by trekking and hiking to another mountaintop.

Berchtesgaden, another three hours from Schwangau. A one day hiking on snow to the top of Maria Gern, Berchtesgaden mounts for the view of Bavaria Alps.

Berchtesgaden mounts

Königssee, just only fifteen minutes away from Maria Gern, a walk or jog, hike, or trek to visit a stunning hidden Lake surrounded by the Berchtesgaden Alps, Bavaria. 

Königssee Lake

Berlin, the capital and largest city of Germany. A second-most populous in the European Union after London.

Berlin

Watch the video of Europe Trip 2.

Europe Trip


References:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Germany


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