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Top 7 Hidden Gems in Germany

7 hidden gems in Germany
7 hidden gems in Germany

Germany– A country that will feed your wanderlust with its happening cities, alpine peaks, dense forests, majestic castles, villages with timber houses, and grand churches. While most people know Germany for their famous tourist destinations like Neuschwanstein Castle, Berlin Wall Memorial, Romantic Road, Lake Constance region, and many more, there is a lot more to Germany. So today we bring to you 7 hidden gems in Germany one should definitely visit to explore the country and satisfy your inner wanderlust

 

Rheinsteig

Rheinsteig

Rheinsteig is one of the best hiking trails in Germany, stretching over 300 km. With pristine landscapes, endearing villages, and stunning national parks you will enjoy the scenic route. Somebody who loves to hike should definitely visit Rheinsteig to cherish its beauty.

Garmisch Partenkirchen 

Garmisch Partenkirchen: Hidden Gems in Germany
Garmisch Partenkirchen: Hidden Gems in Germany

This city is located close to the Austrian borders and is surrounded by most beautiful landscapes in the entire country. The Eastern part of the city is traditional whereas the western part is urban and modish. Garmisch Partenkirchen offers tons of activities to do like ski jumping for the panoramic views of the town and the toboggan ride.

Blaubeuren and Blautopf

Blaubeuren and Blautopf
Blaubeuren and Blautopf

This has to be the town with beautiful sceneries and a 21m deep pool situated in the middle of the city with crystal clear water. The pool has stunning turquoise color. You will also find a monastery right next to Blautopf. The place is a must-visit and you’ll surely fall in love with nature.

Regensburg: Hidden Gems in Germany

This is a medieval city in Germany. It is situated on the banks of the Danube River. As it is one of the best-preserved cities, you will get to see many churches, monasteries, and chapels. The city can be best explored on foot. The city have two fests a year- May and autumn fair and the Christmas markets make it miraculous. 

Cochem- Moselle Valley

Cochem
Cochem

The colorful town’s crowning glory happens to be the Cochem Imperial Castle surrounded by the best vineyards. The castle is like a fairytale way and you can take a boat tour for the picturesque view of the castle. You can spend a fun-filled day here gazing at the beautiful views. 

Lake Schrecksee: Hidden Gems in Germany

Lake Schrecksee
Lake Schrecksee

Located in the south of Germany, this is one of the best places to spend a peaceful weekend. Lush green vegetation and stunning peaks are all around this lake. The best part is that one can take a dip into the alpine lake and feel refreshed and rejuvenated. Since the lake is the highest in the entire country, it might be difficult to reach but definitely worth the hustle.

Monschau: Hidden Gems in Germany

Monschau
Monschau

The romantic streets and colorful timbered houses make the town make it the best place for a restful holiday. The old town has stalled with lights and delicacies making it a dreamy place. A very exciting thing to do is the Rursee cruise showcasing the mountains of the Eifel National Park. 

There is so much more other than these hidden gems in Germany. Read about the trip that Travel Links Magazine took to Germany, in ITB Berlin 2020 and the commotion of COVID.

Share your experiences with us when you visit any of these places! 

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