It would be a pity if you did not visit an old town while in Germany. The old wooden houses, mesmerizing medieval castles, magnificent mountain scenery, and lush nature will leave an indelible impression on the visitor. Let’s take a look at the top 7 most beautiful towns in Germany that should be visited at least once in your life.
1. Rothenburg ob der Tauber
Rothenburg ob der Tauber was founded in 1803 and has been preserved to this day. This is the most beautiful town on the romantic road that connects Frankfurt and Munich in Bavaria. If guests have the opportunity to visit, it would be interesting to walk through a small village in the ancient story Grim, which we frequently read to the baby.
Lubeck Town was founded in 1143 on a small island near the Baltic coast. It is also one of northern Germany’s most well-known ancient towns. Lubeck has now preserved the red brick gates from the 15th century, as well as many other valuable ancient structures.
Lindau Island, which houses shopping and entertainment and can be reached in about 5 minutes by car from the town, serves as the town’s focal point. From Lindau, you can see the romantic Lake Constance and the distant Alps.
The town not only has beautiful scenery, but it also helps visitors learn about the history of Germany’s famous Black Forest and participate in exciting outdoor activities.
The Black Forest Museum, which has many exhibits on display, is the first place to go in Triberg. Then you can explore the 1000-meter display house, which features a variety of different types. You can’t ignore the ancient architecture or the hiking experience to Germany’s highest waterfall, Triberg.
Worms is one of Germany’s oldest cities, located right along the Rhine to create a romantic and romantic scene. Worms has long been a religious city, which is why the 12th-century church can be seen from all over town. Worms is also home to Europe’s oldest Jewish cemetery.
If you visit Worms, you must see the bridge and the Nibelungen Tower, as well as the Liebfrauen Church, which is located between the vineyards used to make delicious Liebfrauenmilch pastries, and take a stroll along the Rhine River. You can also walk through the park, which is green. Every destination has a wonderful beauty that transports visitors to a fairy-tale world.