Top 8 most stunning cities to visit in Germany (part 1)

1. Lindau

Lindau is a beautiful location on Lake Constance, also known as Bodensee, in Bavaria. The old town of the city is located on a lovely island, making it a visible location for those visiting Germany. Lindau is also the starting point for many tours on the Bodensee, giving visitors a great sense of travel with knick jewelry shops, bars and restaurants serving local dishes.

Different from the beautiful image of the harbor, lake and the majestic mountains, architecture found in the old town will attract visitors. Places and attractions such as Bavarian lion statues in the harbor, Lindau Plateau Stone Lighthouse and St. Church Peter’s Church cannot be ignored.

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2. Meersburg

Located in Baden Wurttemberg in southwestern Germany, Meersburg is a famous medieval city unique because the town is divided into two parts, a lower and higher town, connected by a steep staircase. The main attraction to Meersburg is Burg Meersburg, a 12th-century castle next to Lake Constance.

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A small resort town in West Germany’s Eifel region, Monschau is home to High Fens, declared a nature reserve in 1957. The discovery is a fun way for the whole family to spend the day together.

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