22 Photos That Prove Germany Is Straight Out Of A Fairy Tale

Have you ever visited Germany before?

If you have…

You might know what we’re talking about when we say this country is out of this world.

It looks like those fairytale stories you used to hear when you were a kid.

This country is filled with castles and towns that look like villages from the Middle Ages.

There are tall, luscious trees that cover all of the hills and mountains that surround the cities and rivers.

And even if it’s a major city with modern buildings…

You’ll still find some of the old German charm hanging around.

Don’t believe us?

That’s okay!

We wanted to throw these photos together to prove to you that Germany really is magical!

Check out the photos below:

1) Bacharach

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2) Erfurt

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3) Nuremberg

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4) Cochem

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5) Baden Baden & the Black Forest

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6) Mittenwald

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7) Bamberg

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8) Cologne

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9) Lubeck

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10) Meersburg

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11) Lindau

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12) Berchtesgaden

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13) Frankfurt

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14) Eltz Castle

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15) St. Goar

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16) Dresden

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17) Breisach

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18) Freiburg

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19) Berlin

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20) Rothenburg Ob Der Tauber

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21) Munich

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22) Neuschwanstein Castle, Fussen

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Isn’t this country beautiful?

If you haven’t visited before, you should plan on making it a bucket list trip. Check out these tips for visiting Europe!

It doesn’t really matter what city you go to. You can’t go wrong with any of the 22 pictured above.

Have you ever been to Germany before? What was your favorite city?

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