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There is something for everyone in Germany's towns and cities – whether it's the big city buzz or the famous architecture, the historic sights or the packed shopping streets, the enchanting medieval houses or the scintillating nightlife.

Incredibly, there are more than 10,000 towns and cities in Germany between the North Sea and the Alps. And each one has a charm all of its own. In these vibrant destinations, you can look forward to concerts, cultural events, and high-calibre museums. There is also plenty to discover in the way of monuments and historical buildings. More information about Germany's big cities and its most popular towns can be found in the Magic Cities section. Every day, Germany's big cities and romantic towns are just waiting to be discovered.

Berlin is one of the most lovely and comfortable cities in Europe, there are many nightclubs, fashionable parties, it's the city of trends and different subcultures. Adults will appreciate the high-quality shopping at very competitive prices, art lovers will find in Berlin the fragments of the unique architecture - the Second World War has left an impressive legacy of rubble and ruins, but the collection of Berlin's museums and galleries will impress even discerning guests. Despite the fact that the historic attractions in Berlin remains a little - mostly carefully restored cathedrals, temples and residences, Berlin museum is a separate attraction and pride. The heart of the city is the Reichstag with the symbolic Brandenburg Gate, the remains of the Berlin Wall, as well as Kaiser Wilhelm Church, New Synagogue and the largest in Europe cafe - Kurfürstendamm.
Dresden is the capital of Saxony State in Germany which is situated in a valley on the River Elbe, near the border with the Czech Republic. Dresden has a long history as the capital and royal residence for the Electors and Kings of Saxony, who for centuries furnished the city with cultural and artistic splendour. The city was known as the Jewel Box, because of its baroque and rococo city centre. The controversial American and British bombing of Dresden in World War II towards the end of the war killed approximately 25,000, many of whom were civilians, and destroyed the entire city centre. After the war restoration work has helped to reconstruct parts of the historic inner city, including the Katholische Hofkirche, the Semper Oper and the Dresdner Frauenkirche as well as the suburbs.
Munich is the capital of Bavaria and the third largest city in Germany, lies on the River Isar on the fringes of the Bavarian Alps. The focal point of Munich's historic inner city is the large open square, the Marienplatz, where you'll find the Old and New Town Halls. One of Germany's most popular cities to visit, Munich is also famous for its many fine churches, including Peterskirche, the oldest inner city church built during the Romanesque period; the Cathedral of our Lady (Frauenkirche), the city's most famous building; and Michaelskirche, the largest Renaissance church north of the Alps. Munich is also noted for its numerous parks, in particular the lovely English Garden (Englischer Garten), the world's largest urban public park. Given the numerous tourist attractions, museums, and galleries, expect to spend at least a few days exploring Munich's many treasures.
Dussseldorf is the capital of North Rhine, the political, business and cultural center of Germany. The oldest part of the city is the Altstadt, where the main bars, restaurants and shops of Düsseldorf are situated. The first settlements of the Germans near the river Dussel on the east bank of the Rhine existed even before the year 500, the first written mention of the village Dusseldorp refers to 1135. There are many old restaurants and cafes in the city center and of course a lot of beer pibs with a very famous "alt", which is traditionally brewed many breweries Düsseldorf.
Hamburg is the second largest city ion Germany and on the largest ports of Germany. The atmosphere is totally unique, the city is magic in day and nights time as well. Hamburg is also known as the important economic center of Europe, the "Gateway to the World" and combines 1,200 years of history and modern metropolis. Lovely, organized and punctual Hambirg fascinates at first sight. Hamburg has become an important staging post on the North Sea for the transport of grain to Europe, fabrics, furs, herring, spices, wood and metals since medieval times. During the Second World War the city was bombed a lot and then was rebuilt.
Nuremberg is the second largest city in Bavaria which isconsidered as the unofficial capital of the Roman Empire and the residence of the German kings. During the Second World War the city was almost completely destroyed. Nuremberg is notorious as the place of the military tribunal, known as the Nuremberg Trials. Currently, the historical appearance of the Old Town almost restored, and Nuremberg surprised beautiful architecture and unique atmosphere, there is always a lot of tourists at any time of the year. City under the name «Noerenberg» ( «Rocky Mountain") was first mentioned July 16, 1050, but the results of archaeological excavations say that the settlement appeared much earlier than 1000. In the Old Town there are the medieval Nuremberg Castle - the city wall, quarter Burgviertel with buildings survived the bombings of World War II, the Church of St. Sebald and St. Lorenz Church. Interesting Germany's largest art museum, named after Johann Regiomaontana observatory and zoo Nyurnbegsky.