If you have the means, traveling internationally can be a very exhilarating and eye-opening experience. There are so many things you can learn about a different culture just by visiting other countries. Depending on your particular interests and what you are specifically looking for in a travel destination, there are a lot of great events within countries in Europe throughout the year. Germany serves as a country with a vast history and great tourist destination during the autumn months.
The Neuschwanstein Castle, also known as the ‘mad’ king’s castle, is located in Bavaria. It was constructed by ‘Mad’ King Ludwig II during the 19th century once he has lost the throne. This is one of the most popular destinations in Germany. One of the fascinating things about this castle is that it is said to be the inspiration for the castle in Disney’s Sleeping Beauty and has also appeared in movies such as Chitty Chitty Bang Bang where they fly right over it. A beautiful attraction surely not to miss during your fall trip to Germany.
Moving right into the capital of Bavaria, Munich is compiled of many different attractions and holds the title, “capital of culture and beer”. Munich is also home to the world’s largest beer festival, Oktoberfest, which makes it a prime spot especially during the fall. This city has tons of things to do and sites to see with their large number of museums, beer gardens, churches, bars, and restaurants. The Deutsches Museum, also located in Munich, offers a great science and technology exhibit known to be the biggest in the world.
This famous cathedral is known as one of the most vibrant places to see in Germany. With beautiful Gothic architecture, it serves as one of the most visited places along with its rich history including museums, restaurants, bars, and theatres. Known as the carnival capital of Germany, Cologne holds celebrations starting in November and running through Lent.
German Wine Road
The German Wine Road serves as a beautiful scenic drive during any time of the year, but especially during those fall months in Germany. During your drive, you will see a plethora of little villages, shops, and vineyards. One of the spots to make sure you visit during the drive is Bad Dürkheim, which hosts the world’s largest wine festival, Wurstmarkt.
Germany’s rich culture and fascinating history and culture makes it one of the most sought after destinations for anyone looking to travel to a beautiful country. Not only does it host the world’s largest beer and wine festivals, but it also has a great family atmosphere of learning and experiences new things.