• Europa-Park
    Europa-Park ©Europa-Park GmbH & Co - Freizeit- und Familienpark Mack KG
  • Neuschwanstein Castle
    Neuschwanstein Castle ©Deutsche Zentrale für Tourismus e.V.
  • Cologne Cathedral (UNESCO World Heritage)
    Cologne Cathedral (UNESCO World Heritage) ©Köln Tourismus GmbH / Andreas Möltgen
  • Heidelberg- old town and castle
    Heidelberg- old town and castle ©Deutsche Zentrale für Tourismus e.V. / Kiedrowski, Rainer
  • Olt town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber
    Olt town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber ©Rothenburg Tourismus Service/ Plönlein
  • Lake Constance- Mainau Island
    Lake Constance- Mainau Island ©Mainau GmbH
  • Mount Zugspitze
    Mount Zugspitze ©Oliver Farys
  • Berlin East Side Gallery: Gerhard Lahr (t) "Berlyn"
    Berlin East Side Gallery: Gerhard Lahr (t) "Berlyn" ©DZT/ East Side Gallery Berlin /Merten, Hans Peter
  • Hohenschwangau Castle on the Romantic Road
    Hohenschwangau Castle on the Romantic Road ©Deutsche Zentrale für Tourismus e.V. / Foto-Design Ernst Wrba
  • Black Forest’s Nature Parks
    Black Forest’s Nature Parks ©Erich Spiegelhalter/STG
  • Lake Königssee with church St. Bartholomä
    Lake Königssee with church St. Bartholomä ©Deutsche Zentrale für Tourismus e.V./ Kiedrowski, Rainer
  • Kaiserburg Castle Nuremberg
    Kaiserburg Castle Nuremberg ©Deutsche Zentrale für Tourismus e.V. / Cowin, Andrew
  • Parade at the Munich Oktoberfest
    Parade at the Munich Oktoberfest ©Deutsche Zentrale für Tourismus e.V./ Büro Gaff Adenis, Pierre
  • Church of Our Lady in Dresden
    Church of Our Lady in Dresden ©Susann Städter
  • Moselle Valley: Moselle Bow near Bremm
    Moselle Valley: Moselle Bow near Bremm ©Merten, Hans Peter
  • The Reichstag
    The Reichstag ©2010 Scholvien
  • Autumn in the Berchtesgadener Land UNESCO-Biosphere
    Autumn in the Berchtesgadener Land UNESCO-Biosphere ©Biosphärenregion Berchtesgadener Land
  • Saxon Switzerland: Bastei bridge
    Saxon Switzerland: Bastei bridge ©Deutsche Zentrale für Tourismus e.V. / Colorvision Uthoff, Hans R.
  • Island of Rügen: pier Sellin
    Island of Rügen: pier Sellin ©Deutsche Zentrale für Tourismus e.V./ Krüger, Norbert
  • Brandenburg Gate
    Brandenburg Gate ©Deutsche Zentrale für Tourismus e.V./ Lehnartz GbR Lehnartz, Klaus und Dirk
  • Munich Frauenkirche- The Cathedral of Our Dear Lady
    Munich Frauenkirche- The Cathedral of Our Dear Lady ©Deutsche Zentrale für Tourismus e.V./ Kiedrowski, Rainer
  • Berlin Museum Island (UNESCO World Heritage)
    Berlin Museum Island (UNESCO World Heritage) ©2009 BTM/Scholvien

The TOP 100 sights and attractions in Germany

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The most popular sights for 2015!

Situated in the heart of Europe, Germany has plenty of fantastic tourist attractions and unique sights to offer. Visitors from all over the world travel to Germany to see architectural treasures and fascinating places of natural beauty. The German National Tourist Board (GNTB) is interested in gathering the most popular attractions and has its international visitors name their German favorites. Travelers to Germany from over 40 countries named their personal favorite. Attractions and sights that received the same number of votes share the same ranking position.

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Phantasialand

A whole host of international stars, including Michael Jackson, have visited Phantasialand, the multi-award-winning, family-friendly theme park in Brühl, some 20km from Cologne. It also opens for a winter season that features a programme of unmissable shows.

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Titisee in the Black Forest

The world famous Titisee with its lakeside road is amongst the most popular destinations in all of Europe.

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Wartburg Castle in Eisenach (UNESCO World Heritage)

Large, imposing and steeped in history: high above the town of Eisenach sits Wartburg Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1999. One of the best-preserved medieval German fortresses and almost 1,000 years old, it is possibly Germany's most famous castle, and certainly one of its most important.

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Aachen Cathedral

Aachen Cathedral was the very first site to be granted UNESCO World Heritage status in Germany, and with good reason: built in around 790 to 800, the cathedral is of world importance in terms of the history of art and architecture, and is one of the great examples of church architecture. The final resting place of Charlemagne, it was also where German emperors were crowned for 600 years.

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DDR Museum Berlin

The DDR Museum is the only museum dedicated to life in the former GDR and gives an extended insight into coming to terms with everyday life under the Stasi and the wall. The permanent exhibition takes the maxim "history you can touch" quite literally: Information and exhibits are hidden away behind drawers, cabinets and doors. The exhibits can be handled and used, the kitchen still smells original as in the GDR, and the Trabi invites you on a virtual tour. The DDR museum is perhaps the most interactive museum in the world and the exhibition is something to experience. With over 500,000 visitors annually, the DDR Museum is one of the top 6 most visited museums in Berlin.

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Marienplatz square in Munich

The square is dominated by the neo-Gothic New Town Hall with its imposing facade and the sound of the delightful carillon in the town hall tower. Close by are some of Munich's most exclusive shopping streets, markets and beer gardens, as well as the trio of famous city gates – Isartor, Sendlinger Tor and Karlstor.

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Television tower at Alexanderplatz square in Berlin

Berlin's 368-metre high television tower is the tallest building in Germany. It was erected in Berlin's historic centre right next to the medieval Church of St. Mary close to the Rotes Rathaus and immediately to the west of Alexanderplatz square. At a height of more than 200 metres, its observation platforms offer a magnificent panoramic view of the city. The tower was opened in 1969, although apparently the architects were not invited to the ceremony. The reason was that those in power at the time were annoyed about the cross-shaped reflection on the outer panels – known as 'the Pope's revenge'.

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Wilhelmshöhe Palace and Park in Kassel (UNESCO World heritage)

Covering 240 hectares in the north Hessen city of Kassel, baroque Wilhelmshöhe Park is designed in the style of an English landscape garden and is Europe's largest hillside park. Together with Wilhelmshöhe Palace, it forms a unique whole that combines culture, nature and landscape architecture in perfect harmony.

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Legoland Germany Resort

In the Bavarian town of Günzburg, one hour from Munich and Stuttgart, there's a land where everyone can be a true hero – LEGOLAND Deutschland Resort, which was awarded the Parkscout Public Award for the 'most child-friendly theme park' in 2012 and is ideal for ages four and above.

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Rüdesheim with Drosselgasse, Niederwald Monument, Cable car and the vineyards

Idyllic Rüdesheim am Rhein is the gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage Upper Middle Rhine Valley. Wine-growing has a long tradition in Rüdesheim and has established the town's reputation as a producer of acclaimed riesling and pinot noir wines. A stroll through the vineyards to the Germania monument or to Ehrenfels castle ruins offers fantastic views of the Rhine Valley.

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