Woodlands, mountains, sands and breathtaking tourist routes, things to do in Germany are unique and attractive. Germany is the home of famous artist Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and musician Ludwig van Beethoven. One can explore the history of finest art through museums, palaces and castles as well as discover the stunning scenic landscapes as Germany is rich in flora and fauna. Moreover, German cuisine is also rich as its art. There are almost 1200 different types of pastries and rolls, and six hundred types of breads are found in the bakeries. That is the reason, things to do in Germany are tasty as well as exciting.
Brandenburg Gate, Berlin
This 18th-century neoclassical flamboyant architecture is the symbol of European peace and unity. A grand Quadriga affixed at the top of the gate is a landmark of Germany.
Neuschwanstein Castle, Bavaria
This 19th century limestone edifice, famously known as the castle of the fairy-tale king. Its interior is a unique poetic world, which is displayed through the paintings and carved walls.
The highest mountain in Germany, which is 2,962 m (9,718 ft) high above the sea level and is a fantastic destination for ski and non-ski lovers both. A 360° panoramic view unveils the extensive sights of more than 400 summits in four countries.
Nymphenburg Palace, Munich
This grand limestone Italian architecture has original baroque interior decorations and from outside it is surrounded by lush gardens. There is a famously known hunting lodge Amalienburg, which has the enigmatic Hall of Mirrors, a major attraction for tourists.
It is the largest and well known theme park. There are twelve roller coasters, and the oldest is the Alpenexpress Mine Train that passes through a diamond mine.
Cologne Cathedral, Cologne
This grand Roman Catholic cathedral is the largest Gothic church in Northern Europe, which has the two largest spires in the world. Its construction was started in 1248 and finished in 1880.
Miniatur Wunderland, Hamburg
Divided into seven sections, this is the largest model railway in the world that spreads across the 6,400 square metres (68,889 sq ft) of floorspace. Along with other exhibits there are 930 trains having 14,450 carriages, 335,000 lights, 228,000 trees, and 215,000 human statues.
Lake Chiemsee, Bavaria
This is a freshwater lake having three main islands; Herreninsel, Frauenchiemsee and Krautinsel also known as a cabbage island. In the Middle Ages, vegetable and cabbages were cultivated there.
Englischer Garten, Munich
Also known as the English Garden, is a largest public park in the world. Its construction was started in 1789 along the Isar River and spreading over an area of 3.7 km2 (370 ha or 910 acres). There is a Japanese teahouse, Chinese Tower and a famous beer garden.
Museum Island, Berlin
In River Spree, there is an incredible ensemble of five well-known museums on an island, which is a wonderful destination to visit. The famous work of art includes the bust of Nefertiti, Pergamon Altar, Byzantine Art, and Papyrus Collection.