Germany, official name is the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG). Located in the heart of  the European Union Germany is washed by the waters of the Baltic and North Seas. It is bordered on the north by Denmark, on the east by Poland and the Czech Republic, on the south by Austria and Switzerland, on the west by France, Luxembourg, Belgium and the Netherlands. Germany is a great power with a dynamic economy. Official language is German. Currency is Euro. As a world leader in a number of industrial and technological sectors, it is the world’s third largest exporter and importer of goods. Germany is a developed country with a very high standard of living. It supports social security and universal health care system, environmental protection and free higher education. Beach rest in Germany focuses on the Baltic Sea and on the Bavarian lakes. The mild climate, beautiful scenery and recreational programs attract tourists each year despite the fact that the country is not particularly famous for beach tourism. The resort Prerow on the peninsula Fischland-Darss- Zingst in the Baltic Sea is known as a great place to relax with kids. A very beautiful place is the island of Ruegen which is an archipelago of 18 islands and famous for its peaceful atmosphere. Ski Germany is suitable for beginners and family tourists as there are many moderate slopes and simple lines. For professionals in the German resort there are high slopes too but they are a minority. Infrastructure of ski Germany is not inferior to Austria and Switzerland: resorts have a network of ski lifts, hotels, restaurants, shops with ski equipment, rental items. The most popular tourist resort is Oberstdorf in the Bavarian village with tracks of varying difficulty. Germany has it all: history, culture and natural beauty. This country is fairly compact so by well constructing a route in one trip you can visit the Bavarian Alps, and old churches and medieval castles, museums of ancient and contemporary art, as well as picturesque lakes and national parks.

List of attractions in Germany

  • Cologne Cathedral
  • Berlin Wall
  • Heidelberg castle
  • Neuschwanstein Castle
  • Berlin Zoo
  • Marienplatz

Berlin is Germany’s capital, the largest city both for its area and population. The city lies on the rivers Spree and Havel. In Berlin, past, present and future face each other with such a force as in no other city: in architecture, outlook and way of thinking. After the unification of Germany, Berlin is experiencing a rebirth. There is a fusion of eastern and western parts of the city. In the centre of the city concentrate its main attractions: the Brandenburg Gate – the symbol of reunited now Berlin, the Reichstag, Berlin Cathedral which is closely associated with the history of Germany and the Imperial House of Hohenzollern, the Red City Hall, Alexanderplatz Square, Nicholas Quarter – the oldest settlement of Berlin, the main streets of the city – Unter-der Linden and Kurfyur Stendamm and, of course, the famous island of museum. Berlin is known for its numerous theatres and variety sites. The most famous are Berliner Ensemble, Volksbühne on Rosa Luxemburg Square (Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz), Schaubühneam Lehniner Platz, Renaissance- Theatre, Deutsche Theatre Berlin, Maxim-Gorki- Theatre. In addition, Berlin has three opera houses: Staatsoper Unterden Linden, German Opera (Deutsche Oper) and Comic Opera (Komische Oper). In south-eastern Berlin, Müggelsee Lake, Müggelbergen hills and beach Ransdorf form a large recreational area. Müggelsee is the largest lake in Berlin. To list all the sights of Berlin is very difficult. This is one of the most fun, quick and comfortable cities in Europe. Life in Berlin is in full swing and does not fade even late at night. Berlin shopping streets, shopping-centres and markets offer whatever for the customer’s heart. The favourite and famous are the ‘Walking mile’ Kurfürstendamm, the new complex on Potsdamer Platz and Friedrichstrasse rich in traditions. Munich is the pearl city of Central Europe, the capital of federal land Bavaria located on the river Isar in the south of the country. Munich is one of the most attractive cities in the region, with a rich history and cultural traditions. The third largest city in Germany after Berlin and Hamburg. And, indeed, the city is famous for the hospitality of its inhabitants and numerous Bavarian holidays that can give visitors a lot of impressions. Oktoberfest alone is worth I don’t know what – a large-scale beer festival which takes place every year at the turn of September-October at the famous Terezino meadow. In addition, Munich is also a big industrial and research centre with one of Europe’s largest libraries, Ludwig-Maximilians- University, the Max Planck Institute and other institutions of this kind. To explore Munich attractions is traditionally begin with the Marienplatz which is not surprising – it is the heart of the city. Here, no matter where you throw look, everything breathes luxury and baroque antiquity. Architectural dominant are the Old and New Town Halls. You should give religious architecture of Munich its due. In particular, amazing baroque Cathedral of St. Michael draws attention. Another beautiful panorama opens from the observation deck Peterskirche, the oldest church in the city with a dome in the shape of a lantern. Finally, it is worth to visit also the highest Frauenkirche Cathedral that is the Holy Virgin Cathedral, built in the 14-15 centuries. In the city, there are two notable castles at once – Nymphenburg and Blutenburg. It should also to visit the museums of the Bavarian capital. They are over fifty and for this indicator Munich lags behind only from Berlin. Or the famous Hellabrunn Zoo and wonderful Munich parks. The world-famous English Garden in Munich is one of the largest urban parks in the world stretching from the city centre to the edge along the Isar flow. Munich surroundings are very picturesque: the prestigious ski resort of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Vaeynshtefan town where the oldest brewery in the world functions in the former convent, the ancient Freising with its Romanesque basilica and the many other attractions of Bavaria.