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,
Much of the prehistoric age has been lost but these dwellings around the Alps have been so well preserved, we can learn a lot about our ancestors’ history.
Maulbronn Monastery is the best preserved and most complete monastic complex in northern Europe. So many centuries of history in the buildings here.
When a wooden statue of Jesus was apparently seen weeping tears in the 18th century, a grand church was needed to house the icon for the pilgrims that descended.
This stone knight has been watching over Bremen for more than 500 years. When you see inside the building behind him, you’ll realise why!
The first place in Germany to be added to the World Heritage List is one of the most important sites in the country. Oh, and it’s stunning!!
Ludwigsburg Palace is one of the largest Baroque palaces in Germany. It was untouched by war and has incredible interiors you can see yourself.
The German city of Stuttgart was the birthplace of the car and it’s still a motoring powerhouse. There’s plenty to see too!
My tips for the best places to visit in Germany – including the best cities, towns, castles, palaces, churches, and nature!