The German city of Trier was once known as ‘the second Rome’. It was once a mighty city and there are many reminders of that. Just not for me.
In Freiburg, you don’t look up. You need to look down. It’s on the streets and footpaths of the Germany city that the highlights lie.
For hundreds of years, the island of Reichenau in Lake Constance has influence art and architecture across Europe. But what is it known for today?
The ancestral home of the Prussian Kings has not been a residence for centuries. But it’s a beautiful reminder of the family who once controlled Germany.
He was the man that most Germans believe changed the world more than 500 years ago. The memorials to Martin Luther explain why…
If you’re a rich city in the medieval days, what do you do? Well, you protect yourself and construct grand public buildings. That’s what these two did!
When the Romans were at their peak in the second century, these fortifications in Germany protected their frontier. Now, one fort’s been reconstructed.
The dream of a travel writer and landscape gardener was to create a grand park in his homeland of Germany. And so Muskauer Park was born.
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.