North Rhine-Westphalia Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit
Planning to visit North Rhine-Westphalia? Check out our North Rhine-Westphalia Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in North Rhine-Westphalia.
Top Places to visit in North Rhine-Westphalia:
Cologne Cathedral, Signal Iduna Park, Wuppertaler Schwebebahn Kaiserwagen, Aachen Cathedral, Historische Stadthalle Wuppertal, Gasometer Oberhausen, Landschaftspark, Classic Remise Dusseldorf, Freizeitpark Rheinaue, Botanischer Garten Grugapark, Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex, Museum Folkwang, Kaisergarten Oberhausen, Tetraeder Bottrop, KölnTriangle
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10 Best Places to Visit in Germany 2019 - Travel Video
Best known for its famous Oktoberfest and World War II history, Germany is also home to some of Europa’s most beautiful scenery, fairytale castles, important historic sites and lively party scenes. Located in the heart of Europe, Germany maintains the continent’s most powerful economy.
What to do in North Rhine-Westphalia, Stuttgart and Berlin in summer
What's Germany like in summer? A little something like this... Follow Chloe Gunning of “Wanderlust Chloe” and Macca Sherifi of “An Adventurous World” on their journey through North-Rhine Westphalia, Stuttgart and Berlin.
Your NRW - Visit North Rhine-Westphalia: Germany at its best!
Your NRW – Germany at its best: North Rhine-Westphalia is your ideal short break destination with rich culture and exciting city life, a wide choice of activities and a varied culinary scene. In other words, the far west of Germany has something for everyone. This is a place defined by its people, who combine an attachment to their region with a welcoming and tolerant outlook. If you are looking for a city break, why not visit the Ruhr Metropolis, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Aachen, Münster or Bonn. Or for a variety-packed rural holiday, you have plenty of regions to choose from: Münsterland, Sauerland, Teutoburg Forest, Bergisches Land, Lower Rhine, Eifel, Bergische 3 or Siegerland-Wittgenstein. We would love to welcome you to NRW!
Discover Germany's Regions - Best of rural places around Cologne, Frankfurt, Lake Constance and more
The Bergisches Land is a low mountain range in North Rhine-Westphalia, close to Cologne. It is part of the Rhenish Slate Mountains and shaped by forests, verdant meadows and valleys.
The Bergisches coffee spread, a culinary tradition is still an expression of the warm hospitality in the Bergisches Land.
The Swabian Alb is a plateau in the south of Germany - it is the highest part of the foothills of the Jura Mountains, northern from Lake Constance. The Häußlers live in Schwörzkirch, a small village on the edge of the Swabian Alb overlooking the Valley. Lentils and Spätzle, the national dish, used to be a typical Friday meal in this predominantly Catholic region.
The Schwalm region lies in Germany’s Hessen, north of Frankfurt. The Erbe family live in the artist’s village Willingshausen and run a small pottery workshop. The local cuisine is hearty and down to earth; it is made up of what the soil offers for this was once a poor farming region.
The Harz is a low mountain range through which the German-German border used to run. The Thielecke family made a new start after the reunification between East and West and breed the Harz red highland cattle, and old cattle type with very tender meat. A regional culinary speciality is the Harz cheese, a low-fat yoghurt cheese with an intense aroma.
The Rhineland Palatinate lies between the Rhine and the “Pfalzer” Forest, on the south-eastern tip of North Rhine Westphalia. The many sunny days make for a mild climate – just the right conditions for the organic farmer Michael Groß. He not only cultivates 40 different types of vegetables but also lupines.
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The CUTEST TOWN in North Rhine-Westphalia! | Zons, Germany Travel Vlog
THE CUTEST TOWN IN NORTH RHINE-WESTPHALIA | ZONS, GERMANY: Steve and I visit the beautiful, medieval town of Zons in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It i located in between the major cities of Cologne and Düsseldorf. This small town is surrounded by an ancient wall with a Windmill ( Mill Tower) in the southwest corner.
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Travel Guide to explore Düsseldorf, Germany
Düsseldorf is an incredible and vibrant city filled with old historic cobblestone streets, modern shopping hubs and futuristic art installations.
It is the capital city of North Rhine-Westphalia and has the seventh largest population in Germany. While Düsseldorf has always been known as an art and fashion capital of Germany, along with their numerous international businesses and world renowned trade fair exhibition, Düsseldorf is much more than that.
Düsseldorf has one of the largest populations of Japanese outside of Japan, an incredible and rich food culture, and numerous urban events taking place daily around the city. To top it all off, Düsseldorf has recently been ranked one of the top 10 most livable cities in the world.
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THE BEST DAY TRIPS FROM DUSSELDORF, GERMANY
I’ve just come back from travelling around Germany for 10 days and one of my favourite spots was Dusseldorf.
I have to admit I’m not the best at geography sometimes, but when I arrived in the city I quickly discovered there were some great day trips from Dusseldorf, all just a short train ride away.
I’d heard of Cologne, Dortmund and Essen but I never realised they were so close together. That meant as soon as I arrived in Düsseldorf I wanted to explore all North Rhine-Westphalia had to offer. (That’s the name of the region where you’ll find all of these places by the way!)
Throw in some crazy industrial landscapes like Zeche Zollverein and Duisburg Landschaftspark (just wait until you see the photos) and you’ve got the making of a fantastic few days in and around Dusseldorf.
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Düsseldorf Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit
Planning to visit Düsseldorf? Check out our Düsseldorf Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Düsseldorf.
Top Places to visit in Düsseldorf:
Classic Remise Dusseldorf, Wildpark Dusseldorf, Stadterhebungsmonument, Rheinuferpromenade, MedienHafen, Königsallee, Schloss Benrath, Koe Bogen, Nord Park, Carlsplatz Markt, Rhine Tower, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Hofgarten, St. Lambertus Church, Neanderthal Museum
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