1. Heidelberg

Heidelberg is one of the best preserved romantic cities in Germany. And we are talking about love, even though it is a lovely place, but about the Romantik era of German philosophy and literature. There was a circle of famous poets.

With a students flair around (it has the oldest german University), the city has much more to offer:

a castle, a beautiful old town and one of the most known medieval markets fair.

There is no wonder why the song “I lost my heart in Heidelberg” was written.

2. Nuremberg

Old churches, imperial castle, and a city full of history.

Nuremberg is just a train ride away from Munich, making this beautiful city is perfect for a day trip,

Book your day trip to Nuremberg here.

3. Bamberg

This medieval city close to Nuremberg is also known for its breweries.

Get your guide offers an historic city tour with beer tasting, best way to get to know the city and the culture!

Note: Bamberg is a UNESCO heritage site since 1993

4. Dresden

5. Rostock

6. Lübeck

7. Hamburg

8. Münster

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9. Trier

10. Gablenz – Kromlauer Park

11. Bastei

12. Meissen

13. Rothenburg ob der Tauber

14. Weimar

15. Regensburg

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16. Passau

17. Dinkelsbühl

18. Marburg

19. Wiesbaden

20. Ladenburg

21. Tübingen

22. Stuttgart

23. Augsburg

24. Garmisch-Partenkirchen

25. Oberammergau

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26. Füssen

27. Neuschwanstein Castle

28. Meersburg

29. Münich

30. Köln

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31. Neuburg an der Donau

32. Dusseldorf

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33. Berlin

34. Freiburg

35. Konstanz

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36. Erfurt