Meissen is one of the oldest towns in Saxony. From the first glance, Meissen has seduced visitors by the brilliant red brick roofs, ancient castles or churches. Meissen’s long-standing culture is also an interesting thing to learn, and you should know that 100% of the people here speak German.
To Meissen, you can visit the 15th-century Albrechtsburg castle and considered the oldest castle in Germany, the castle’s Gothic architecture is unique and worth a look. Besides, you can also visit the Gothic cathedral – a place that regularly organizes classical concerts!
But the biggest attraction in this town is the Meissen Porcelain Museum, which will tell you all about the history of the town and allow you to experience historic demonstrations. You can also browse through porcelain shops to choose for yourself a favorite item.
Lindau is a small town next to Lake Constance – one of Germany’s largest lakes, in the state of Bavaria. The town is adjacent to Austria and Switzerland, about 2 hours away from Munich (Germany) by car. The old town operates mainly in tourism with a population of about 270,000 people.
The center of Lindau is Lindau Island, which focuses on shopping and entertainment shops, can go from town to bridge, take a car for about 5 minutes. From Lindau, you can look out on the picturesque Lake Constance or the magnificent Alps in the distance.
The town not only has beautiful scenery but also helps visitors learn about the history of the famous Black Forest Mountains in Germany, as well as participating in attractive outdoor activities.
The first place to visit in the town of Triberg is the Black Forest museum with many artifacts on display here. After that, you can explore the 1000 watch gallery with different types. Nor can you miss the ancient buildings or experience hiking to the highest Triberg waterfall in Germany.
Worms is one of the oldest cities in Germany, it is located right along the Rhine creating a romantic crisis. Worms has been a religious city for centuries, this is the reason it attracts many religious believers from around the world.