D38***21amazing place, the staff is super kind, tickets are cheap and free entrance for kids. definitely a must see. the whole history of Mercedes and many fun facts from 20th century all displayed on the walls. they also have a gift shop, a restaurant, you can spend one whole day inside
fz570628The Old Heidelberg Bridge in Germany is a stone bridge, also known as the Tie Oude Bridge, which was built in 1786 AD and has a history of more than 200 years. The Old Heidelberg Bridge has nine arches and is the first stone arch bridge across the Neckar (one of the three tributaries of the Rhine). The bridgehead has two round towers and both are made of solid stones. The bridge is only used for walking by tourists and pedestrians, and the bridge surface is somewhat worn.
摆渡修行Stuttgart is a must-see place for Porsche fans, driving a car to recognize his ancestors, to see his past life, far close to the neighborhood. Unlike the Mercedes Museum's diversity and richness, the Porsche Museum concentrated on his full-line sports car and classic racing, a real eye-catching. The museum looks like a boulder floating on the ground, supported by three V-shaped columns. The exhibition area is three floors in a non-departmental space and is free to walk around, not too big, but hundreds of cars are on display, along with the 356, 550, 911, 917 classic models, and Ferdinand Porsche Technical achievements since the early twentieth century can be roughly divided into three routes, one to showcase the history of Porsche and its technological development before 1948, one to arrange Porsche sports cars in chronological order and one to showcase the successive car showcases. In addition, Porsche owners, can make an appointment to visit the Porsche factory across the street, the site witness why you buy so expensive, due to the epidemic, the service canceled, can only stop.
suifeng2019At the end of the old bridge, after crossing a road, is the entrance to the Philosophers Trail. This is a walking trail about two kilometers long. Because of its pleasant scenery, quiet and leisure, it is very suitable for thinking alone. It is very popular among professors and scholars in history. It is also a good place to overlook the Old Town of Heidelberg on the other side.
m15***71Lake Titisee is a scenic spot on the Black Forest Road. Although it is famous, it is actually quite ordinary, but the small town of Hinterzaten, which is 10 minutes away from Lake Titisee, really surprised us. There are a lot of Swiss cars driving to the town for the weekend, and it is really refreshing to go around the town in the morning.
Stuttgart is the capital and largest city of the German state of Baden-Württemberg. It is located on the Neckar river in a fertile valley known locally as the "Stuttgart Cauldron" and lies an hour from the Swabian Jura and the Black Forest. Its area has a population of 634,830, making it the sixth largest city in Germany. 2.8 million people live in the city's administrative region and 5.3 million people in its metropolitan area, making it the fourth largest metropolitan area in Germany. The city and metropolitan area are consistently ranked among the top 20 European metropolitan areas by GDP; Mercer listed Stuttgart as 21st on its 2015 list of cities by quality of living, innovation agency 2thinknow ranked the city 24th globally out of 442 cities and the Globalization and World Cities Research Network ranked the city as a Beta-status global city in their 2014 survey. Stuttgart was one of the host cities for the official tournaments of the 1974 and 2006 FIFA World Cups.
Heidelberg, city, Baden-Württemberg Land (state), southwestern Germany. The city lies on the canalized Neckar River where it emerges from the forested hills of Odenwald into the Rhine plain. It was first mentioned in 1196 and was the capital of the Rhenish Palatinate (Pfalz) and the residence of the electoral counts palatine until 1720. It was devastated in 1622 during the Thirty Years’ War and almost completely destroyed by the French in 1689 and 1693, so most of its important buildings are in the Baroque architectural style (which prevailed until the late 18th century) rather than Gothic medieval. It passed to Baden in 1802 and experienced considerable growth in the 20th century.
The University of Heidelberg (Ruprecht-Karl-Universität), the oldest higher educational institution in Germany, was founded by Rupert I and chartered by Pope Urban VI in 1386. Its Geological-Paleontological Institute houses the Heidelberg jaw, a fossil jawbone, probably 500,000 years old, that was found in the vicinity in 1907.
University Library, part of the University of Heidelberg.
Heidelberg remains primarily a university and residential city, but it also has developed a significant industrial base. Manufactures include machines, precision instruments, and leather, tobacco, and wood products. The main business, however, is the tourist trade; several million people visit the imposing Heidelberg Castle every year. Although devastated by the French in 1689 and 1693 and then struck by lightning in 1764, this magnificent red sandstone structure, 330 feet (100 metres) above the river, still dominates the city. Construction began in the 13th century, but the most notable work was done in the Renaissance and includes the Otto-Heinrichsbau and Friedrichsbau. In the cellar of the Friedrichsbau is the Heidelberg Tun (1751), an enormous wine cask with a capacity of 49,000 gallons (185,500 litres).
welcome to Heidelberg castle one of a lot from wonderful senses you can spent many hours watching the greats an architectural masterpiece and a witness to the extinct civilization at that time, and through the charming view of the city from above this height that sits here this great castle.
#stuttgart is a famous city in #germany and also capital of the federal province Baden-Wurttemberg. There is car manufacturer nearby so there are many people moved to live here because of their job. The pictures ate from the central square and the park nearby. Also I managed to make a picture from above just before landing at Stuttgart airport. Note that during the winter the place is cold so be prepared.
#karlsruhe is not very big town in #germany and not very far from France. There is very interesting palace there - called Karlsruhe Palace. It is on a short hop from the main Street of the town where I saw many restaurants with cuisine from all around the world which I really liked. There is an airport nearby close to Baden Baden.
German spa is the thing you must try at least once in your life! I went to Baden-Baden to enjoy German style spa where you don't need to wear bathing suit but instead being all naked and free while enjoying various different steps of the traditional spa! And it was such a refreshing, amazing experience! Btw please note that it's unisex, where women and men share the same pools, if you are uncomfortable with it, there are a few days where women and men's uses are separated so you can just choose🙂. Also, don't forget to check out the old town street of Baden-Baden after you got out of the spa! The chocolate there was so amazing and looked beautiful too☺️
Small trip to Heidelberg, the Christmas market is truly stunning. Walked up to the castle is totally worth it, and the view up there is faintly beautiful!
German attractions | In the stunning and stunning Black Forest, come on a thrilling road!
As a country where most highways are not limited, Germany is really suitable for self-driving tour! In Baden-Wrttemberg, in the southwestern part of Germany, there is a stunning and mysterious Black Forest. Driving by car in this super-squeezing big bend U-turn is not too cool! Absolutely. It will be an unforgettable experience!
The Black Forest is the forested mountain range of Zui, Germany. The west and south are the Rhine Valley, and the Zui Peak is Feldberg at an altitude of 1493 meters. There are a lot of forests here, and there are many cedar trees in the sky. Because the forest trees are too dense, they look far away. The black ones are crushed and the fried chickens are shocked! Especially when the winter snow covers the whole forest, the black and white combine to collide, and the super beauty is super amazing!
The black forest is surrounded by beautiful natural scenery. Here you can not only feel the thrill of flying on the big corner, but also enjoy the beautiful scenery along the way! Be prepared to go to Germany for a self-driving tour, don't miss it!
Attraction Name: Black Forest
Attractions Address: Black Forest, Baden-Wrttemberg, Germany
Take a photo of the palace castle with Van, and go in is the princess!
From the simple hunting palace to a grand three-story building: In Europe, no one in power, like the ruler of Ludwigsburg, puts his dream of a pure royal palace so charming.
The imposing Versailles has always been a model for many representative buildings of the 18th-century European ruling class. Since 1704, the Duke of Eberhardt Ludwig has expanded his simple hunting palace. With the addition of the fourth floor, the building has finally become the representative building of Europe's largest Baroque palace, and is also the best in Germany. The palace was baptized by war and was preserved intact.
The halls decorated with lavish festive columns and the palatial suites have maintained their original appearance. Visitors can experience the royal architectural style of the three historical periods from a distance. The bathroom, the court church filled with exotic ornaments, the pavilion with noble and elegant marble, the hunting pavilion and the style of the stairs come from the Baroque era.
As long as you have permission to take pictures, you can record the luxury of this palace in all directions. The interior of the palace is decorated with the grandeur of the Baroque period. Every sculpture, oil painting, furniture, and decoration on the wall is extremely luxurious, as if it were a museum rather than a palace.
Address: Schlossstrae 30