It would be a pity if you visited Germany without visiting an old town. The old wooden houses, mesmerizing medieval castles, along with magnificent mountain scenery and lush nature will mark the unforgettable memories of the visitor. Let’s discover top 7 most beautiful towns in Germany as a fairy tale you should visit at least once in your lifetime.
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1. Rothenburg ob der Tauber
Rothenburg ob der Tauber, which is a small town in the German state of Bayern, is still popular with the visitors. Because there is an old town with a history dating back to the Middle Ages.
The ancient town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber was built in 1803 and is preserved to today. This is the most beautiful town on the romantic road running through Bavaria, connecting Frankfurt and Munich. If the guests have the opportunity to come here, it would be interesting to be walking in a small village in the ancient story Grim we often read to the baby.
Rothenburg ob der Tauber is home to a huge number of tourists every year in Germany, especially in the summer months and the 12th. So if you travel at these times and want to find a quiet town, more peaceful, then Dinkelsbühl is a perfect choice for you.
Dinkelsbühl has a unique architectural style, including Gothic, late Roman, Rococo and much more. Traveling here, you can stroll around the streets to admire and capture the most impressive moments. Or if there is more time, you should choose a street corner cafe to sip a cup of fragrant coffee, just watching the daily life of indigenous people.
Lubeck Town, which is a small island near the Baltic coast, was founded in 1143. It is also one of the most famous ancient towns in northern Germany. By now, Lubeck has kept the red brick gates of the 15th century and many other valuable ancient buildings.
If you have the chance to visit Lubeck, one of the most popular experiences you can not miss is cruising boat trips in Museumshafen harbor, or enjoying the famous Lubeck Marzipan.
Meissen is one of the oldest towns in Saxony. From the first glance, Meissen captivated visitors with its brilliant red brick roofs, ancient castles, and churches. The old culture of Meissen is also interesting to attract tourists to learn, and you should know that 100% of people here speak German.
Coming to Meissen, you can visit the castle of Albrechtsburg dating back to the 15th century and is considered the oldest castle in Germany, Gothic architecture of the castle is unique and worth a look. Besides, you can also visit the Gothic cathedral, which regularly hosts classical concerts. But the highlight of this town is the Meissen Porcelain Museum, which will tell you all about the history of the town as well as allow you to experience historic rallies. You can also browse the porcelain shops to choose your favorite item.
Lindau is a small town next to Lake Constance which is one of the largest lakes in Germany, in Bavaria. The town is bordered by Austria and Switzerland, about 2 hours by car from Munich (Germany). The ancient town operates mainly in tourism with a population of about 270,000.
Lindau’s center is Lindau Island, which is home to shopping and entertainment and can be reached in about 5 minutes by car from the town. From Lindau, you can look out to the romantic Lake Constance or the Alps in the distance.
The town not only has beautiful scenery but also helps visitors learn about the history of the famous Black Forest in Germany, as well as take part in exciting outdoor activities.
The first place to visit in the town of Triberg is the Black Forest Museum with many exhibits on display here. Then you can explore the 1000-meter display house with many different types. You can not ignore the ancient architecture or hiking experience to the highest waterfall Triberg in Germany.
Worms, which located right along the Rhine to create a romantic and romantic scene, is one of the oldest cities in Germany. Worms was a religious city for centuries, which is why the 12th-century church can be seen from all over the town. Worms is also home to the oldest Jewish cemetery in Europe.
Coming to Worms, you really should not miss out on the bridge and the Nibelungen Tower, visit the Liebfrauen Church, which is located between the vineyards scattered to make delicious Liebfrauenmilch pastries or stroll along the Rhine River. You also can walk in which is a green park. Every destination has a wonderful beauty that makes the visitors feel like they are lost in the fairy world.