Five Best Places to Visit in Japan & Germany

Five Best Places to Visit in Japan & Germany, Japan is a country which Is always known for its technology and new advances in many things. Not only technology but also there are many more things to do and see in Japan. Like the beautiful nature, sites, the houses, also the culture of the country and yes even their food. If you want a unique and different experience then I must say Japan is a place that you must consider first. The Germany is best known for its famous Oktoberfest and the World War II history, the Germany is also the home to some of the Europa’s most beautiful scenery, fairytale castles, the important historic sites and also the lively party scenes. It is located in the heart of Europe; the Germany maintains the continent’s most powerful economy.

Five Best Places to Visit in Japan & Germany
1. Hiroshima

We all remember Hiroshima for its past tragedy of nuclear bomb attack but if you are unaware then let me tell you this place has much more than that. You can see the culture, shrines and the beauty of this city. Places which you can visit here are Itsukoshima is a place where you can visit shrines, see deer’s, etc. Hiroshima peace memorial museum is a museum where you will see the weapons, bombs and other things of the war or attack on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, there is a Hiroshima memorial park which is made as a tribute to the victims to the attack, atomic bomb dome is also a place where you will want to visit.

2. Osaka

Osaka is a commercial center of the country and also an immensely beautiful city. Osaka is famous and known for the nightlife, food, shopping and also the modern architecture of the city. Dotonbori is a place where you can enjoy shopping, food and the rivers, also visit the Osaka aquarium Kaiyunkan, universal studios Japan is a theme park which you will truly enjoy, Osaka Castle Park is a park which will give you a gist of the Japanese culture. This is not the end just explore more places to visit in Osaka Japan.

3. Fukuoka

Fakuoka is a place in Japan that is known for the ancient temples, shopping places, beaches and etc.  Also Fakuoka is known for the fresh and delicious food both on street and in restaurants. Hakata Machiya furusato kan is a must visit museum where you will see the culture of Hakata, Nokonishima is a park and also an island where you can see swimming pool, also you can take a bicycle on rent and experience the natural and manmade beauty of this place, Kushida jinja is a shrine which will give to an eye warming experience, the list of places in Fakuoka does not end here there are many more places that you can visit in Fakuoka.

4. Tokyo

Tokyo is a place where you will see both the ancient as well as the modern culture of the Japan. If there are pop karaoke pubs then on the other hand also there are ancient shrines. Some of the places which you can visit and see are the Shinjuku-Gyoen park that has beautiful flowers and land, the Ghibli Museum where you will see sketches of movies and the fairy tale atmosphere, the Shibuya crossing a street which is said to be the most busiest one, Tokyo national Museum of modern art, and there are many more things that one can do in Tokyo. And yes don’t miss the street food and shopping in Tokyo.

5. Kyoto

It is one of the most beautiful cities of the country. Kyoto was previously a capital of Japan. These places are well known for the temples and shrines and yes its ancient culture. This place separates the modern and ancient culture as here you can see the ancient culture of the country. Also it is the seventh largest city of the country. In Kyoto you can do shopping, visit museum, temples, etc.. If you want to relax then the meditation Buddhist over there will help you in that. Some shrines like Fushimi Inari – Taisha, entertainment places like Gion, gardens like Kyoto imperial palace park, and the list does not end here. There are other places too that will make your day in Japan

Five Places to Visit in Germany
1. Lubeck

It is one of the largest Baltic seaports in the Germany, the Lübeck is located in the country’s northern-most state, called Schleswig-Holstein. It is Founded in the year of 1143, The Lübeck served for the several centuries as the capital seat of the Hanseatic League. Although, it was the first German city to be bombed and also damaged during the World War II, the Lübeck still retains the much of its medieval architecture, which is making it a popular tourist destination. A walk through the narrow streets of the Altstadtwhich offers the views of the historic sites like the stunning cathedral, in the 12th century Town Hall and in the old city gates of which the Holstentor is the most famous.

2. Heidelberg

With the historic treasures like the medieval Old Bridge, the Heidelberg Castle, is the Church of the Holy Spirit and also the Knight St. George House, it is no wonder that the Heidelberg is a popular tourist attraction. This city center’s main street, called Haupstrasse, is packed with the pubs, restaurants, museums, art galleries, shops and the markets who are selling the likes of the beer steins, cuckoo clocks and the German sausages. It is the home to the Germany’s oldest university, the Heidelberg’s long academic history can be retraced along with the Philosopher’s Walk, a scenic footpath which is often walked by the many earlier philosophers and the professors.

3. Neuschwanstein

The most photographed building in the Germany called the euschwanstein Castle, it is also one of the Europe’s most popular tourist destinations. It is Nestled among the breathtaking beauty of the Bavarian Alps near the town of the Fussen, this fairy-tale castle which is served as the inspiration behind the Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty Castle. It is Constructed in the late years of 1800s, the Neuschwanstein Castle was never built for the defense purposes as the mostcastles. Instead, this castle was created as a fanciful retreat King Ludwig II of the Bavaria who had a reputation for the abiding in daydreams instead of the reality.

4. Munich

The Munich is best known as the origin of the world-famous The Oktoberfest, Munich is also one of the best places to visit in the Germany with a great culture scene. The Munich is the home to the several sophisticated opera houses and the theaters like the National Theatre. The city center is an attractive blend of the classic and the modern architecture, teeming in the historic churches, the medieval walls and the royal palaces as well as the bustling shopping centers and also the nightlife venues. The Munich’s Oktoberfest began in the year of 1810 with a royal wedding celebration. Today, this famous beer festival draws the millions of the visitors every year to take part in the revelry that involves the several gigantic beer tents, the delicious Bavarian food and also the millions of liters of beer.

5. Berlin

It is a federal state and the capital city of the Germany, the Berlin is widely associated with its World War II history and the former division of East and the West Germany by the Berlin Wall during the Cold War. Since in the fall of the historic wall in the year of 1989, the Berlin today is now a vast, a unified city which is diverse in the ethnic groups and more abundant in the sightseeing attractions, culture and the nightlife. Many tourists are drawn to the Berlin’s famous historic structures, which include the structures of Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag. Although most of the Berlin Wall was demolished and there are some portions still standing near the Checkpoint Charlie and the Reichstag.

These are The Five Best Places to Visit in Japan & Germany Japan has all historic places, beautiful atmosphere, monuments, parks, food, its culture and many more. Don’t wait for just book your tickets and take a flight to Japan. The Germany has many other beautiful places to visit but these above-mentioned places are the top best to visit in the Germany.

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