Culture trip to Germany: pieces of cultural heritage
Tourism in Germany
Germany takes the third place in the list of the most visited countries of Europe. According to the German national committee of tourism, the main reasons for recreation in the country are: the abundance of cultural attractions, cleanness, modernity, safety, quality hotels, tasty cuisine, shopping possibilities, breathtaking nightlife and an advantageous price-quality ratio.
It is worth noticing that Germany is becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination, because there is a high concentration of historical and cultural monuments.
Cultural attractions of Germany
The most visited cities in Germany are Berlin and its environs, Munich, Hamburg, Frankfurt am Main, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Dresden, Stuttgart, Nuremberg and Leipzig.
Berlin is called the capital of entertainment, as well as the city of creative people and bohemians. There are many museums, three opera houses, dozens of dramatic theaters and several large philharmonic halls.
In Potsdam, you can see the former residence of Prussian kings with the palace and park ensemble of Sanssouci.
Hamburg is famous for bridges, canals and entertainment district St. Pauli. There are a number of museums in the city: Museum of Local Lore, Spice Museum, Bomb Shelter Museum, wax museum “Panopticum”, Wine Museum.
Tourists go to Dresden to see the collection of the Old Masters Picture Gallery in the Dresden Picture Gallery and the museum “Grünes Gewölbe”, where jewels are collected.
Culture lovers should not bypass Cologne. This city takes the second place in the world after New York in terms of the number of art galleries. In addition, it is the birthplace of cologne. This word comes from the French “eau de Cologne”, which means “Cologne water”.
Famous Nymphenburg Palace, the Alte Pinakothek with pieces of European art of the XIV-XVII centuries, the Bavarian National Museum, the State Collection of Ancient Art and the BMW Museum will surely attract tourists to Munich.