Situated in Europe’s heart, Germany is the strongest economy on the continent. While it is well known for its history in the second world war and even more recently for its split of the West and East Germany and the Berlin wall during the cold war. Germany has lots of natural beauty, deep culture and an old history. A visit to Germany will see you witness this, for example, in southern Germany’s Bavaria, where you’ll have the opportunity of exploring some medieval towns in the region, soak up some Bavarian Alps and take part in the infamous Oktoberfest. In the country’s Northen part, you can have to explore old port towns and beaches. In Berlin, a tourist will be wowed by the city’s big museums, famous clubs. Frankfurt, on the other hand, will offer a cityscape that is skyscraper-laden. A photography enthusiast will not lack some scenic scenes to capture on their visit to Germany. If you haven’t carried your Camera with you, you need to worry. There are lots of German electronic companies that you can buy one from. You just need to visit review sites such as  reviewsbird.de to identify reputable shops. Below are some of the scenic tourist attraction sites in Germany.

Berlin

This city in Europe has had enormous drastic changes in the past two decades. The city was once known as a cold war symbol but has since then evolved to become one of Europe’s coolest city having an exciting mix of design, fashion and music. It is also a cultural city that will suit everyone, including budget travellers, thanks to its close to 200 world-class museums, pulsating nightlife, philharmonics, galaxies and many others. You can enrich your berlins experience by visiting the Spree Rivers Museum Island and having a stop-off at the wonderful East gallery where you’ll have a view of paintings from artist globally presented on the Berlin wall. In addition, shopping lovers can visit the most famous avenue in the city, Kurfürstendamm and experience the cities coffee culture in the Berlins historical centre, Mitte. Pay a visit to the fashionable Friedrichshain area and experience Berlins true tremendous nightlife’s taste. If you are planning to visit Berlin in winter, then you’ll get treated by some of the biggest and best Christmas markets in the country. You’ll get to choose from a variety of high-quality products. The choice will be great, from alternative and traditional Scandinavian-themed items to British-inspired, designer-oriented & eco-friendly items.

Lake Constance

Lake Constance is the third biggest lake in Central Europe, lying in the Alps foothills and straddling the Austrian, Swiss and German border. The lake has three major parts: the Rhine River’s small section referred to as the Seerhein joining, Untersee; the Lower Lake to Obersee; the Upper Lake. The lake is known for offering a gorgeous scenery, crystal-clear waters and the sunny and mild climate that the place enjoys. All these characteristics make the lake a perfect place for sailing, sunbathing and swimming. Some popular activities around this lake include hiking in the surrounding orchards and vineyard and cycling along the lake’s serene shores. Over and above the plenty of recreational activities that can be carried out around the lake, the lake is also famous for villages surrounding it and having picturesque towns.

The Cologne Cathedral

The Immense Cologne cathedral, the cathedral of St Mary and St Peter, is situated in River Rhine’s banks and is the most impressive landmark of the area. The Cologne Cathedral was started in 1248 and today is one of Europe’s biggest cathedrals and a High Gothic architecture masterpiece. It is also one of the middle ages most ambitious project. It has a splendid interior that gives through 6,166 square metres and has 56 big pillars. Above its high altar is an artwork of the 12th century in gold done by Nicholas of Verdun. Other aspects worth highlighting in the Cologne Cathedral are its scenic view from the South Tower and the stained glass of the 12th and 13th century inside the Three Kings chapel and the treasury having multiple precious objects which despite the second world war, all survived intact.

Dresden

Prior to the second world war bombings that damaged Dresden severely, it was identified as a Jewel mix as it had a lavish collection of stunning architecture and art. A visit to Dresden will give you a chance to witness various interesting landmarks as the Zwinger and magnificent place complete and the beautiful plaza of Bruehl’s terrace. Dresden is also known for its vibrant culture and host various annual events, including the Dixieland Festival and the largest Jazz festival in Europe.

In conclusion, anyone willing to visit German has the various places worth paying a visit with this article. Photographers will most importantly find these places interesting.