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Tourist Attractions During Summer in Germany

Summer is a weather season that occurs between spring and autumn before autumn and after spring. Hot temperatures characterize it with an average of 25oC(77F), and here, the days are longest while nights are shortest around the summer solstice, where the earth poles tilt maximum towards the sun. Dates for different parts of the world differ based on culture, climate, and tradition. Germany is a freezing country with daily temperatures at 10C experiences summer in June, July, and August and astronomically begins on 21st June. Due to the warm and friendly weather, people love to travel and stay outdoors and hang out. To book a holiday vacation, you can book at trivago hotel. The places people go to in summer are:

1. Wurzburg 

Wurzburg is a historic town that is one of the most beautiful in Germany—located near three major international airports, at the country’s center, and along significant trading routes. Prince Bishopric of Wurzburg lived there originally. Napolean Bonaparte also allegedly stayed there before going to war in Russia. Wurzburg is famous for the Wurzburg Residence because it has the most spectacular royal palaces. It has gardens that radiate during summer having scenic views and picnic spots. Wurzburg stretches the banks of the longest tributary of Rhine, River Main, and the Old Main Bridge spans across it. Many compare it to Prague’s Charles Bridge because, architecturally, it is similar to having statues. The Franconia wine region and the river have a lot of vines covering alongside. Visitors and locals drink the wine along the river and the Old Main Bridge during summer.

2. Rheinsteig Trail

Rheinsteig Trail is one of the most adventurous summer places to go for hiking lovers. Having a length of 320km along the banks of River Rhine, it stretches from the federal city, Bonn to, Wiesbaden, a town in the central west of Germany, running akin to the  Rheinhöhenweg Trail and Rheinburgenweg Trail. Rheinhöhenweg Trail is a hiking trail on the mountains of the Rhine River. At the same time, Rheinburgenweg Trail takes the left of the Rhine River from a town in Rhineland-Palatinate, Bingen, to another city, Remagen, and the right side begins from Rüdesheim am Rhein, a winemaking town to Koblenz, a multi-nation tributary. The most scenic views are on the 40km stretch between Lorch am Rhein and St. Goar, where the vineyards terraces incline downwards towards the Rhine River with castles dotting the clifftops. They are comfortable guesthouses with fantastic food and castles to settle in after a day of hiking.

3. Cuxhaven

Cuxhaven is a  seashore town in Lower Saxony state, Germany. It is a The United Nationa for Education, Sciences and Culture (UNESCO) World Heritage Site that stretches the Netherlands,

 Germany and Denmark have breathtaking landscapes, sandy beaches, and mudbanks. The huge mudbanks carve when tides go out, creating a beautiful landscape and home to thousands of plants and animals. There is a horse and cart ride on Neuwerk Island, northwest of Cuxhaven, with 120km. The horses move across the mudbanks and carry up to nine people.

4. Hamburg

Hamburg is a port city located in northern Germany. Being a hub, it is a major commercial, tourist destination, and cultural center. The Elbe River interjoins it to the North Sea. Outdoor activities like; sailing on the Outer Alster lake, kayak along the canals and beautiful cottages and gardens, strolling along the Elbe and enjoying the beach, walking all over Ohlsdorf, the largest garden cemetery worldwide, tour the Speicherstadt Museum. Indoor activities include go to the Miniature Museum, the Elphi Concert Hall, the private Museum International Maritime, any art museum in Hamburg, or party at an entertainment joint on Reeperbahn street.

5. Lübeck

Lübeck is a  city in Schleswig-Holstein, a northern state that relieves central Europe’s excess heat, giving a calm environment to explore. It is unique for its Brick Gothic architectural style and the Holsten Gate, an iconic landmark built in the 15th century. During World War II, Lübeck city suffered from bombing but has been rebuilt and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Significant sites include the Lübeck Cathedral, which has remarkable brickwork completed in 1230, St. Peter’s church, St Giles’ and St. Mary’s church, completed in 1931. It has great museums devoted to the roots of the Hanseatic city is the European Hansemuseum, in Germany.

In conclusion, summer is an excellent time to travel and see the world and enjoy the warm weather, and definitely, Germany is one of the countries to visit.


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