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OsnabrueckRating: 7.00

Like many cities in Germany, Osnabrück was completely destroyed during the war. The city is standard, with restored historic center, Market ..., read more...


HamelinRating: 7.00
Hamelin is one of Germany's "fairy tale" towns. It is known for the Pied Piper legend. In the USSR, this ..., read more...

DetmoldRating: 7.00
Detmold is a small town, administrative center of the Lippe district. The castle on an island in the center of the town was first mentioned in 1366. Some walls have survived from that time, read more...

BonnRating: 7.00

Bonn is known to the public for two reasons: it is the home town of Ludwig van Beethoven and the city used to be the capital of West Germany from 1949 to 1990. Therefore, all attractions are associated with these events, read more...


EinbeckRating: 7.00

Einbeck is an old Hanseatic city with half-timbered houses. Hanseatic means belonging to the trade union of free German cities. ..., read more...


Kronsberg District in HannoverRating: 7.00

During the preparation for the Expo 2000 in Hannover, one of the exhibits was a newly built residential area of future. All available knowledge in the field of ecological optimization of construction and communal services was used. Social aspects were considered as well, read more...


LeerRating: 7.00
The most important trading city in East Frisia. At the end of the 14th and the beginning of the 15th centuries, it was also the political center of the region. East Frisia is a historical region which is now part of Lower Saxony, read more...

DarmstadtRating: 7.00
This was our second time in Darmstadt. Before that we visited the unique house of the architect Hundertwasser, and now we spent the night on the way. And of course took a walk in the center, read more...

MeersburgRating: 7.00
Meersburg was a real discovery for us. It is a small but very beautiful town with a promenade, old streets and a castle, read more...

Northeim, the town with the funny theaterRating: 7.00
An old town with a preserved old centre. Northheim was first mentioned at the end of the 8th century, but the first mention as a "town" was in 1204, read more...

Bad EssenRating: 6.80

Bad Essen is not included in touristic guides, and it's quite logical: there are no important attractions in the town. ..., read more...


BraunschweigRating: 6.80
Braunschweig is the second largest city in Lower Saxony. Until November 1918 it was the capital of the Duchy of ..., read more...

HeidelbergRating: 6.80

Heidelberg is best known for its university. Heidelberg University was founded in 1386 and is the oldest and one of ..., read more...


MuensterRating: 6.80

Münster is worth a visit to see the City Hall and the Hall of Peace inside it. This is the ..., read more...


Bodenwerder, the Town of Baron MunchausenRating: 6.80

Title Bodenwerder is not as known as the name of its most famous resident - Baron Karl Friedrich Hieronymus von ..., read more...


EisenachRating: 6.80

Eisenach is known first of all for the Wartburg Castle, which is located nearby, and due to which the ..., read more...


DortmundRating: 6.80

According to the "expert opinion" of Internet travelers, Dortmund is not interesting at all. But, as in Düsseldorf, we found what to do here, read more...


AnsbachRating: 6.80
Ansbach is best known as the former residence of the Margraves of Ansbach-Brandenburg. Last Margrave Alexander conceded both principalities in ..., read more...

FuessenRating: 6.80
Füssen is a popular resort, though mostly as a gateway to Europe's most popular castle, Neuschwanstein. We visited it with a small child, so we just wandered through the streets of the city, read more...

FuldaRating: 6.80
We stopped in Fulda just for an hour, to rest during the trip and take a walk in the city center. All the main attractions are located around the Palace Park (Schlossgarten), you can see them quite quickly. The entire ensemble of structures was built in the early 18th century, read more...

PaderbornRating: 6.60
2023

We stopped again in Paderborn, just on the way, and walked around the centre for a few hours. I noticed that the centre had somehow changed, but I couldn't figure out what was changed. Already at home, I looked at satellite images and indeed, most of the trees have disappeared in the last year. I have made this gif, click and see the difference.


At first I thought it was a reconstruction, but this is Germany and it is not easy to cut down trees here, especially in the city centre. It turned out that in May 2022 a powerful tornado passed through the centre (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkQrZ15L_GE).

The parks downtown look like this now. I can't say they look worse, I'd say quite the opposite.














More photos of the centre.






















2013

Paderborn appeared in 777, when the Frankish king Charlemagne founded the residence here. The place was not chosen by chance, there are more then 200 water sources in this area. In the heart of the city, the water comes to the surface and flows into the Pader river, read more...

HalleRating: 6.60

Halle is one of those cities that are not small by the standards of Germany, but is still considered as ..., read more...


LeipzigRating: 6.60

Leipzig is fairly a large city by German standards and a major transport hub. During World War II it was ..., read more...


Winsen (Luhe)Rating: 6.60
Winsen is a town near Hamburg with a small old center. You can stop by to see the 700-year-old castle ..., read more...

GreetsielRating: 6.60
A small fishing village in East Frisia on the shores of the Wadden Sea. Recently it has turned into a popular resort, mainly because of the historical center, which has been preserved in excellent condition. The village is a great base for cycling and hiking. We spent the night here to take a walk in the area and see the Pilsum lighthouse, read more...

LindauRating: 6.60
Lindau is the symbol of Lake Constance (Bodensee) and the most popular place. The historic part of the city is located on a small island (Insel), which is quite similar to Venice. Although the area of the island is less than 1 square kilometer, it manages to accommodate a railway station (1853), a bus station, covered and open parking lots, read more...

SaarbrueckenRating: 6.40

Saarbrücken is the capital of Saarland, the smallest land of Germany. The city is a major industrial center but at the ..., read more...


BlankenburgRating: 6.40

Blankenburg is a tourist town near the Harz mountains in eastern Germany. It is located 10 kilometers from Wernigerode, ..., read more...


OberammergauRating: 6.20

Oberammergau is a small town in Bavaria. Many buildings in the center of the town are embellished with frescoes, scenes ..., read more...


BuxtehudeRating: 6.20
Buxtehude is a small town in Lower Saxony. It is included in the national Fairy tales route thanks to the tale of William Schroeder "The Hare and the Hedgehog". It became widely known after Brothers Grimm included it into their tales, read more...

VegesackRating: 6.20
We came here because found a city with a funny name on the map. As it turned out, no one knows exactly where the name came from, and it's not officially a separate city now, but a district of Bremen. The period from 1618 to 1623, when the first artificial river port in Germany was built here by the Bremen Council, can be considered the moment of the city's foundation. However, by the end of the 18th century, due to the siltation of the Weser River, large ships could no longer use it. With the incorporation of Bremen in 1803, the situation improved. At the beginning of the 20th century, Vegesack was even home to Europe's largest herring harvesting fleet, read more...

MindenRating: 6.00

Minden is famous for its water bridge, one of the most unusual structures in Germany. Being 370 meters long, it's the ..., read more...


Wartburg CastleRating: 6.00

The Wartburg Castle has a special place in German history. This is one of the oldest castles; according to a legend, it was founded in 1067, read more...


GoettingenRating: 5.80

Göttingen is not a touristic city. This is a typical "German" with all standard cliches: station, old city, Market Square, ..., read more...


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