European towns, Tourism

7 beautiful towns like fairy in Germany (Part 1)

 It would be a pity if you visit Germany without visiting an old town. Ancient wooden houses, mesmerizing medieval castles, along with the magnificent mountain scenery and green nature will mark unforgettable memories in the tourists. Let’s take a look at 10 beautiful towns like the fairy of Germany.

1. ROTHENBURG OB DER TAUBER

Rothenburg ob der Tauber Rothenburg ob der Tauber is a small town located in the German state of Bavaria. Because, this place exists an old town with medieval history. Although quite small, but the old town has extremely beautiful and ancient architecture that makes people think of the fairy land.

The ancient town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber was built in 1803 and is preserved fully to this day. This is the most beautiful town on a romantic road running through Bavaria, connecting Frankfurt and Munich. Visitors who come here, will surely enjoy being able to hang out in a small village in Grim’s old stories that we often read the day.

2. DINKELSBÜHL

Rothenburg ob der Tauber is home to a huge number of tourists each year in Germany, especially during the summer months and December. So if you travel at these times and want to find a quiet town , more peaceful, then Dinkelsbühl is the perfect choice.

Dinkelsbühl has unique architectural styles, including Gothic (St. George’s Cathedral), late Roman (St. Paul’s), Rococo (chapel in the Teutonic Order’s castle) and more. Travel here, you can walk around the streets to see and record the most impressive moments. Or if you have more time, choose a café on the street corner to sip a fragrant coffee while watching the daily life of indigenous people.

3. LUBECK

Lubeck town founded in 1143, is a small island near the Baltic coast. It is also one of the most famous old towns in northern Germany. So far, Lubeck has kept the red brick gates since the 15th century and many other valuable architectures.

If you have the opportunity to visit Lubeck, one of the tourist experiences not to be missed is watching boats and boats in Museumshafen harbor, or enjoying Lubeck’s famous Marzipan cake.

Tourism

7 most beautiful towns in the Philippines (part 2)

Terraced fields in Banaue, volcanoes in Tagaytay or lakes in Lake Sebu, etc. are addresses that attract tourists of the Philippines.

3. Lake Sebu

Lake Sebu town is located in South Cotabato province, Philippines. Here, visitors will experience the life of indigenous people, visit the silk weaving workshops, make ice or attend a traditional wedding party. In addition, the weather in this area is also very cool, the outdoor temperature is usually only about 25 degrees C.

4. Sagada

Located about 275 km north of Manila, this town is known for burial of dead people by hanging coffins high. Having a height of 1,600 m above sea level, this area has a cool temperature all year round. Coming here, visitors can participate in adventurous activities such as climbing, exploring caves, waterfalls, camping or visiting historical sites, etc.

5. Canlaon

In Negros Oriental province, Calaon is famous for the Philippines’ strongest volcano when it erupted 20 times in the past 100 years. At 1,200 meters high, Calaon always has cool weather all year round, besides, there are natural hot springs formed during the geothermal activity here.

6. Tagaytay

It takes more than an hour to move from Manila, Tagaytay is one of the most attractive tourist destinations of the Philippines. Here, visitors will see firsthand the world’s smallest volcano still active.

7. Lantapan

Connecting Kalatungan and Kitanglad mountains, Lantapan is a plateau town with a height of over 1,300 m above sea level. There is a cool climate so it is not surprising that this is the most vegetable growing area in the Philippines. Here, visitors will conquer the mountain Dulang – Dulang, this is the second highest mountain of the Philippines, behind the apo.