1.Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany
What used to be a symbol of discord is now a symbol of peace and unity. The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany has been a witness to over 200 years of history.
2.Neuschwanstein Castle, Schwangau, Germany
Built for King Ludwig for his personal use. After his death, it became open to the public and amongst the most famous spots in Europe. Neuschwanstein.de discloses that the castle’s visitors reaches 1.4 million every year.
3.Reichstag Building, Berlin, Germany
The roof terrace of the Reichstag Building provides a 360-degree view of the awe-inspiring surrounding of the Berlin cityscape through its large glass dome. Registration is required for a free visit, however.
4.Oktoberfest, Munich, Germany
Colloquially known as “Theresienwiese”, Oktoberfest is an annual celebration participated in by more than 6M people all over the world. It runs from mid of September to the first week of October.
5.Berlin Wall, Germany
A must-see. The Berlin Wall has been “a bone in the throat” to the Berliners since 1961. On November 9, 1989, that it was declared anyone may cross the country’s borders.