Facing constant erosion the chalk cliffs tower high above the Baltic Sea.
The 118 meter (387 feet) high Königsstuhl (king’s chair) is the most majestic part of the cliffs.
Sylt boasts endless beaches, not to mention gorgeous sand dunes and traditional lighthouses.
A short walk from thatched roof cottages and open fields, you can make a splash at the beach and stay in a contemporary hotel suite.
The Grimm Brothers, who famously wrote many of the world’s most popular fairy tales, based some of their stories in the Harz Mountains.
With a limited number of tourists, the Harz Mountains are slightly off the beaten track, offering activities like hiking to the summit of Brocken, the tallest peak, or riding an authentic steam train through the mountains and valleys.
Mountain biking and rock climbing are also popular pastimes within the national park.
The most popular destination is Berlin, one of the most fascinating capitals in Europe.
The castle is said to be haunted by the ghost of a creature called Petermännchen, and these legends bring in a number of curious visitors each year.
The Rügen Cliffs are located in the Jasmund National Park in the northeast of Rügen island.
The Altes Rathaus is perched on the middle of a bridge spanning the Regnitz River, and the interior is decorated with remarkable frescoes.
One of the highest mountain ranges in Germany is the Harz Range, a region populated by picturesque, traditional homes, snow-covered peaks and peaceful rivers.