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Updated by Laurel Robbins on Dec 29, 2015
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Best Places to Visit in Germany

Bamberg: Germany's Largest UNESCO Site - Monkeys and Mountains | Adventure Travel Blog

Bamberg is Germany's largest UNESCO World Heritage Site. It's the third largest in Europe. Only Venice and Prague are larger. In my opinion, it's also the prettiest city in Bavaria with a whopping 2500 historic buildings! A large part of it's charm is due to how much of the medieval city is still intact.

Schwaebisch Hall: My 2nd Favorite City in Germany | Travel Bog

If you haven't heard of Schwäbisch Hall you are not alone but don't let it's obscurity stop you from visiting. Next to Maulbronn, Schwäbisch Hall is my favorite city in Germany. It's a historic town that once flourished with salt production dating back to the medieval times.


Regensburg city is situated in Bavaria, Germany and historically it is known as Ratisbon. It is one of the oldest towns in Germany and a booming tourist destination. The population of Regensburg is about 1, 37,000 in today's date. Also it has many tourist attractions and 3 universities.

Leipzig Zoo: My Favorite Zoo in Germany

I dare some that Leipzig Zoo just may be my favorite zoo of all time. It's certainly the best one I've visited to date in Germany. My connection with Leipzig Zoo started years ago, long before I moved to Germany.

Easter Colors of Burghausen, Germany

I came to Burghausen to visit the longest castle in Europe, I left feeling ready for Easter and thinking it's one of the prettiest Old Towns in all of Bavaria! Burghausen is located in Upper Bavaria, just over 110km from Munich. Despite that I had never heard of it until two days ago.

Eat the World...Or At Least Leipzig, Germany

I was excited to explore Leipzig, Germany through one of my favorite types of adventure - a culinary adventure! Eat-the-World offers culinary tours of seven cities in Germany which includes 7 culinary stops (come hungry), along with cultural and historic stops.

Show Caves of Germany

A show cave is loosely defined as a cave that is suitable for visitors. One that is accessible by foot using walkways and stairs. It's normally equipped with lighting. They also frequently include guided tours as well. Two such show caves are found near Sonnenbühl, ~60km south of Stuttgart.

  • Laurel is the founder of Monkeys and Mountains Adventure Travel Blog which she documents her search for wild places and wild faces - especially those in the form of monkeys and apes! An avid hiker, she loves to explore mountains wherever she is. Although Canadian, she calls Munich, Germany home, and the Alps her second home.

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