On the Regnitz river in Franconia, Bamberg is well worth a visit. The area in the photo is nicknamed "little Venice" and features 1800s-era fisherman's houses. You can even take a gondola ride up and down the waterfront.
During the medieval era, the way from Fussen to Wurzburg was a trade route, connecting the southern and central parts of Germany. In modern times, the road has been styled as a scenic touring route, where you can enjoy many classic views of the Bavarian countryside. Read More
This is a double-deck, Gothic style bridge that crosses the River Spree in East Berlin. Try taking the metro here to Warschauer Street Station and then walking back to the center. You can pass the East Gallery and the remnants of the Berlin wall on the way back. Read More