What are some of the most surreal places in Germany?

Germany is a one of the most beautiful places in Europe and indeed the world and hosts tourists from all over the world. Although, there is more to this paradise of natural landscape than just vast expanses of scenic countryside. This beautiful country goes beyond one’s imagination only to unravel its mysteries to travelers and tourists from across the world who are left spellbound. A Germany tour package could be the best vacation you’ve taken in your life!

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One of the most surreal places to visit in Germany is Rugen Island: famous for its unique chalk cliffs rising 528 feet (161 meters) over the sea. Charming villas, romantic seaside resorts and beautiful beaches all draw tourists to Rugen Island, but the star attraction is the Jasmund National Park & Cape Arkona, East Germany’s northernmost tip, where you can visit an old lighthouse, remnants of a Slavic castle and a picturesque fishing village. The beaches are often visited by kite surfers and windsurfers cherishing its geographical position and natural wilderness. During the summers, various resorts are open for guests who wish to indulge in this peaceful piece of land, off the beaten path.

Your standard Germany holiday package may not include Trier, A quaint city that lies in a valley, west of the Rhineland-Palatinate region in Germany near the border with Luxembourg. It is the oldest city in Germany dating all the way back to 16 BC. Among the many spectacular sights, built in gray sandstone is Porta Nigra – the best preserved Roman city gate is legendary designated as world heritage site. Germany’s biggest Roman festival Brot und Spiele are hosted here and there’s also the Moselle vineyards.

The Castle Frankenstein which was featured in an episode of “Ghost Hunters International” aired in February of 2008, is another surreal place that you should visit. The Castle Frankenstein is now in ruins but has two towers, a restaurant and a chapel that remain. Mary Shelley’s novel “Frankenstein” keeps it a buzzing spot, especially for Halloween.

The harmony of nature’s grace meets the imagination of the resourceful people of Germany, as culture and art oozes from every nook and cranny. Besides Berlin, Hamburg or Munich, there’s a world of surreal experiences that are to be had in Germany and it’s no surprise that in a recent BBC survey, Germany was voted as the most popular country in the world.

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