For almost a thousand years, Wartburg Castle has stood at the top of this mountain. As styles changed over the years, it became a gallery of this history.
It was the dream of a German bishop at the start of the 11th century that set Hildesheim on its course to be an inspiration for religious architecture and art.
Explore the maze of Regensburg’s streets and you’ll be lost in perpetual time travel. Narrow alleyways are a legacy of a medieval city but there’s more beyond that,
He was the man that most Germans believe changed the world more than 500 years ago. The memorials to Martin Luther explain why…
This is the latest place to be named a World Heritage Site in Germany. While it’s hardly the most famous, it was at the centre of a very important empire!
This beautiful blend of natural vistas and quaint towns has inspired many artists and poets. But the Upper Middle Rhine Valley needs to be seen for itself.
Not too far from the German capital, Berlin, the Prussian kingdom embarked on the biggest legacy project of its reign – Potsdam!
Völklingen Ironworks was the first industrial site added to the World Heritage List. It played a huge part in development of Germany in the 20th century.
When the Romans were at their peak in the second century, these fortifications in Germany protected their frontier. Now, one fort’s been reconstructed.