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The 100 best things to do in Germany  20/33

Here are the 100 best things to do in Germany that will show you the charm, beauty and cultural diversity of this country.

Germany is rich with surprises and contrasts just waiting to be discovered by the discerning tourist. A country of enchanting little villages nestling between lofty and imposing mountains, fairytale castles and churches and lush vineyards rolling down towards the banks of the Rhine or the Mosel, Germany also boasts of the more rumbustious Munich Beer Festival and the Cologne Carnival, a very fine choice of gateaux, sausages and beer and a powerful and somewhat spooky folkloric tradition.

58. Porta Nigra Gate and Roman Monuments (Trier)

The city of Trier in Rhineland Palatinate is the oldest city in Germany. Originally founded by the Romans 18/17 BC as Augusta Treverorum (City of Augustus in the land of the Treveri), it rapidly expanded to become one of the three main provinces of what was then Gaul. Of the buildings erected by the Romans, the amphitheatre, Roman baths and Porta Nigra Gate are still standing and are well-frequented by tourists from all over the world.

Best connection is by rail from Koblenz, which takes around 1 hour 15 minutes.


59. Baden Baden Spa and Hot Springs

As long ago as AD 69, the Romans, long aware of the benefits of hot springs and spas, had established the first baths in Baden Baden, Baden Württemberg. Today the healing powers of the twelve thermal springs still in existence remain undiminished: from all over the world, visitors come to Baden Baden, quite literally to “take the waters”. The city is also famous for its sports, in particular horse-racing, and is the perfect resort for exploring the neighboring Black Forest.

Baden Baden has its own airport. Stuttgart and Karlsruhe are the nearest large cities. Baden’s railway station is some distance from the city center and best accessed by bus.

60. Karl`s Village of Discovery (Rövershagen)

On the Baltic coast near Rostock, around 3 hours from Berlin by road or train, lies the small town of Rövershagen. Karl’s Village of Discovery is a farming and rural-themed adventure park which is open all year round. Alongside animal shows, visitors can try their hand at bread-, cheese- or jam-making, or even pottery and glass-blowing. Attractions and activities for children include a bobby-car run, a ball bath and any number of climbing frames indoor and out.

Rövershagen is 10 minutes from Rostock by train or car.

Source; https://www.jenreviews.com/best-things-to-do-in-germany/

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