Hummm….i am writing this and suggesting as a person who lived in Germany for almost 4 years and have traveled throughout Germany over the weekends. The first thing i like about the europe is the public transportation system. Where ever you are and where ever you want to go , there is always something that takes you there (could be trains, trams, buses). I have not seen such a punctual and well maintained system any where else. I live in USA now and you can forget abt that kind of public transportation system.
In any case if you are planning to visit germany, do take time to plan and see the most of what you can. Dont miss the opportunity. Following are some of the places that i have seen and many people did liked these. Hope this list helps if you are looking for some nice places.
- Mercedes Benz Museum
- Daimler Stadium
- TV Tower
- Rosensteim park
- Bicycle ride on Necker River
- Walk on to the Castle
- Market place as soon as you comedown the castle
- Historical Hub for the entire Germany after Berlin
- BMW Museum
- Olympic Stadium
- WW-II monuments
- Science Museum
- Must see in Summer and Winter
- Horse ride to castle
- The great cathedral infront of BahnHof
- Freiburg : Schwarz Wald (Black Forest)
- Boden See
One thing for sure is that there are still lots of places to watch out and Germany is Beautiful. If language was not a barrier i would have settled in Stuttgart, Germany. Anyway now i landed up in usa and life if going on.
I would definitely visit Europe when ever i get a chance. I still cant get those memories out of my mind.