Berlin is the capital of Germany, and it is the largest city in it, and it is the most cosmopolitan, magnificent and exciting city in it. Berlin is a green city, characterized by the presence of many forests and lakes sprawling, and it is famous for the diversity of its tourist attractions, and its historical buildings contrast between the traditional and modern patterns, This is what distinguishes the city from the rest of the cities in Germany, and the scene that starts from the Brandenburg Gate to the German Federal Chancellery is one of its most prosperous scenes. It tells the story of an entire nation, and Berlin is one of the newest destinations in terms of music and art. It has made it one of the most exciting destinations in Europe.
Munich is the capital of Bavaria and the gateway to the Alps. It is also one of the most beautiful green cities in Germany. Munich has a number of museums distinguished by its traditional architecture, and October Festival takes place, which attracts about six million visitors and more annually. The city focuses on its culture on football and music, and the three famous art museums. The city also includes about 61 theaters and 36 museums. And, where there is Covinger Street, which is the main shopping street, and extends from the central square to Carlsplatz, and has stores for most of the international brands.
Frankfurt is the financial center of Germany and the main hub for Germany in particular, and the European countries in general, due to the presence of Frankfurt Airport in it. Frankfurt is characterized by the presence of many skyscrapers, and is famous for an important event annually, which is the holding of the International Book Conference in October of each year, and this exhibition is the largest of its kind in various parts of the world, and in the city about 13 museums, and this gave it great cultural importance, and it has a bridge The museum is composed of several buildings from the nineteenth century, in addition to many modern buildings, such as: the Museum of Modern Art, and also includes the Communications Museum, and the German Museum of Architecture. The city is interested in financing the opera house, plays, and ballet programs, and one of the most important tourist attractions in it is the Alti Ober Frankfurt conference center, which was rebuilt after the Second World War to restore it to its original Italian character, in addition to the university that was built in 1914 and named after the most famous son of Frankfurt (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe) This university is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city.
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany, and is located in the northern part of it, its port is the second largest port in Europe, and one of the largest ports in the world. Today, the city of Hamburg is the main transportation center in northern Germany, and it is characterized by the presence of many waterways, so it was called the North Venice
Cologne is the fourth largest city in Germany, and the largest city in North Rhine. In the past, it was one of the largest transport centers in Europe, where it was crossed on the average about 8 trains every minute, and in the city many national and regional television and radio companies, as well as the largest university in Germany, and the city occupies the second place after New York City in terms of the number of galleries, and the Catholic Church has given the title of the Holy City to the City of Cologne, in which there is the largest functional bell in the world in the tower of the Cathedral of Cologne and called Peter, and weighs about 24 tons. The city is characterized by the presence of 22 nature reserves, and plants cover about 15% of its land
Dresden is the capital of the state of Saxony, and is the third largest city in East Germany after the cities of Berlin and Leipzig, located on both sides of the River Elbe 30 km north of the Czech border, and 160 km south of Berlin. The city has many parks and cultural relics along the course of the Elbe River, and it includes the Kabul railway line and the suspended train. The city was designated in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites in 2004 AD, where there are many artistic treasures, despite the destruction of about 80% of the The city was in the Second World War; however, it was rebuilt and restored to return as before in its splendor and beauty.
Leipzig The city of Leipzig is located in the western part of the state of Saxony, and the city is a large industrial, artistic and cultural center. It has been home to many famous artists in Germany for a long time, and despite the destruction of nearly a quarter of the city in World War II, it was rebuilt In the shadow of communist politics, it also played a big role among European cities, as it became famous because of the demonstration of its residents in a peaceful revolution in 1989, which led to the fall of Berlin at the time, and an end to the communist regime in East Germany. The city is characterized by the plains that fill it around, giving it an aesthetic appearanc
Heidelberg is one of the few German cities not destroyed in the Second World War, giving it the magic that has a wonderful aesthetic appearance, and is characterized by its narrow cobbled streets, and is also famous for the view of the famous Grand Heidelberg Castle, and in the city the oldest university in Germany, as there is the river Idelik which It makes it one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Germany
Weimar is known as the center of classical literature in Germany, and the greatest period in which cities pass through is the eighteenth century, where it became home to Goethe, Schiller, and Nietzsche, and in the nineteenth century the city played a large role in art; it became home to wonderful composers, as it attracted The arts schools have many artists, and they were the birthplace of the Bauhaus movement and several famous painters. In 1998, UNESCO included Weimar to the list of World Heritage sites, and the city is still today one of the historic and important historical cities in Germany.
Dusseldorf is a city in Rhineland, characterized by its ancient and modern nature at the same time. This character starts from old and traditional factories, and develops into distinctive architecture. It is also famous for the shopping street that includes luxury shops, Konigraly Street, and the city has the largest trade fair For fashion in the world, and the Academy of Arts, which is an integral part of the city from which many famous artists graduated in Germany.