Germany

The most beautiful cities in Germany

The best of German cities

Petr Liška
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The most beautiful cities in Germany
Inserted: 10.06.2022
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com
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Germany, as a large country in midwestern Europe, offers a large number of beautiful historic cities that are worth your visit. In addition, many of them lie in the picturesque landscape of major European rivers such as the Danube, Elbe or Rhine. Let's take a look at the most beautiful ones.

1.
Regensburg

The most beautiful Bavarian town

Altitude: 328 m / 1 076 ft

Regensburg is a medium-sized historic city (150,000 inha­bitants) located on the river Danube. It is one of… continue reading

2.
Berlin

The capital of Germany

Rating:
| Altitude: 36 m / 118 ft

Berlin is the capital city and also the federal state of the Federal Republic of Germany. The Spree River… continue reading

3.
Dresden

The capital of Saxony

Altitude: 110 m / 361 ft

Dresden is not only the most beautiful but also the capital of Saxony. More than half a million people live… continue reading

4.
Frankfurt am Main

City of skyscrapers

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5.
Passau

Historic town located at the confluence of the Danube, Inn and Ilz

Altitude: 312 m / 1 024 ft

Passau is a small town by German standards – it has just over 50,000 inhabitants. However, due to its sights… continue reading

6.
Trier

The oldest city in Germany

Altitude: 141 m / 463 ft

Trier is the oldest city in Germany. The city was demonstrably founded in 16 BC by the Romans, but probably… continue reading

7.
Hamburg

Germany's second largest city

Rating:
| Altitude: 6 m / 20 ft

Hamburg is Germany's second largest city, its largest port and one of the three provincial federal states. It… continue reading

8.
Budyšín

The most beautiful town in Upper Lusatia

Altitude: 221 m / 725 ft

Budyšín, the metropolis of the historical area of Horní Lučice (today divided between Saxony, Poland and the… continue reading

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