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Lustheim Palace is home to the world famous Meißen Porcelain Collection of industrialist Dr. Ernst Schneider. A special focus lies on the rich diversity...
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Neuschwanstein Castle is the most famous castle of Bavarian King Ludwig II. More than any other, Neuschwanstein represents the ideals and principles of...
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The German Museum in Munich is one of the largest science and technology museums in the world. The permanent exhibitions are generously...
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Located near the city of Kelheim, Weltenburg Abbey is a Benedictine monastery by river Danube and, first and foremost, famous for its brewery. It was founded in 1050 AD and is...
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The Botanic Garden and the Botanic Museum in Berlin-Dahlem, feature more than 20,000 types of plants from all parts of the world, making it one of the...
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The Bavarian National Museum (Bayerisches Nationalmuseum) in Munich is one of the most important museums of decorative arts in Europe. It was founded...
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Where do we come from? Who are we? Where are we going? These are the central questions the Neanderthal Museum tries to answer. On four floors, you learn...
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If you want to explore the world of Ancient Rome in an interactive and exciting way, visit Villa Borg on the edge of the German federal state...
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What is the shape of things to come? What kind of architecture is capable of conveying enthusiasm? What character should a place have to effectively...
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Since 1950, sport cars are produced at Porscheplatz in Stuttgart. So of course this is where the Porsche Museum  opened its doors...
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Located not far from the German capital Berlin, you can delve into a fascinating world of film and TV entertainment at Film Park Babelsberg. Inside...
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Technoseum presents 200 years of industrialisation history on an exhibition area of around 8,000 square metres. Displays of engineering and social history...
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At an elevation between 8 and 25 metres (about 26 to 82 ft), the tree top walk rises through the trees of the mountain forest. Several points of...
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The Valhalla is Bavarian King Ludwig I.'s legacy. Many personalities of German history are represented here in marble busts and brasses.  In...
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The German mining museum in Bochum is the biggest of its kind in the world. Numerous exhibitions tell you about iron ore and coal mining as well as...
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Wilhelma, the only zoological botanical garden in Germany, presents 9,000 animals around 1,100 different species from all over the world....
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Urmel, Jim Knopf, Kater Mikesch - names that instantly call up childhood memories in the minds millions of Germans. The puppet stars from Augsburger...
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Kunstmuseum Stuttgart is a piece of art itself. By night, the glass cube  that is home to the art museum starts to glow and lights up the...
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After the Olympic Games in 1972, the 300 ha (741 acres) large park was successfully transformed into a local recreational area in the center of Munich. Joggers, cyclists and swimmers...
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The museum was opened in 1982 and is located near the river Inn in Passau, Germany. All exhibit samples are archaeological finds, almost all of...
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Officially opened in May 2017, the Titan RT pedestrian suspension bridge spans the Rappbode Dam in Eastern Germany. With its suspended length of...
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Sanssouci Palace with its 290ha park area is the oldest part of the Potsdam cultural landscape that has flourished over a period of four...
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The 5 most popular Tourist Attractions in Germany

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1.Meißen Porcelain Collection - Ernst Schneider Foundation at Lustheim Palace
2.Neuschwanstein Castle
3.German Museum Munich
4.Weltenburg Abbey
5.Botanic Garden and Botanic Museum Berlin-Dahlem
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Germany - A Diverse Holiday Destination

North to south and east to west, numerous attractions such as historical buildings, natural beauty, and events, draw visitors to Germany. The capital Berlin is one of the cultural hotspots of the country. Once divided by the Berlin Wall, it now boasts sights such as Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag building, or the museum island. Hamburg, too, with its mix of tradition and modernism, or Heidelberg's old town are very popular.

Among the most famous landmarks you can find UNESCO World Heritage site Kölner Dom, Neuschwanstein castle, Frauenkirche in Dresden and Munich, Partnach Gorge in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, or Loreley at the Rhine. Also worth a visit: the Alps, with Germany's highest mountain Zugspitze, impressive riverlands of Rhine, Main, and Danube as well as Franconian and Saxon Switzerland. Europapark in Rust is another highlight. The biggest amusement park in the country promises fun and action for the young and the old.

Events such as Munich's Oktoberfest or the Christmas market in Nuremberg complete the holiday offer.

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