viernes, 5 de junio de 2015

Visit Germany has something for you

Living Cities, Arts and Culture

 Vibrant metropolis, architectural and historical monuments, old towns, shopping streets full of life, romantic half-timbered houses, colorful nightlife. The cities of Germany are very versatile and offers holidays for all-youth, families, seniors or people with barriers.
Germany is the first cultural destination in Europe and internationally known as "country of poets and thinkers", the German cities are an example of this with its great architectural variety, museums, art galleries and musical events.
From Bach to Wagner, composers and performers are world renowned writing day after day the extraordinary musical history. Music lovers have operas, musicals, festivals and concerts of modern music. The Heritage of Humanity sites in Germany that UNESCO has declared are spectacular historical sites. 2000 years of history have left traces of great relevance. Germany is no less than thirty-seven of the most impressive architectural monuments and ensembles with the title of World Heritage.
Also museums invite you to be discovered. The Museum Island in Berlin offers a trip to cultures of other times. Art from the Old Masters to modern art is present in the "Städelschen Kunstinstitut" Frankfurt and in the field of technology, the German Museum in Munich, is considered one of the leading museums worldwide. Do not forget to German cars, which are world famous. Brands such as Volkswagen, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and BMW symbolize high quality and innovation. More than 200 theme parks and museums throughout Germany offer interesting experiences and information about everything related to the automobile and technology.

Germany offers every year an occasion to celebrate with about three million events. The most famous are the "Oktoberfest" in Munich, which is the world's most popular party, the party of the harbor in Hamburg, the Carnival of Cologne and Düsseldorf, the Wagner festival in Bayreuth and "The Berlinale", the International Festival Berlin film.
Not only as a tourist destination but also as a destination for business, Germany is leading in Europe thanks to its outstanding infrastructure, its modern conference centers, hotel offer a competent and advanced technology. Germany is the number 1 in the world in conducting and organizing international trade fairs every year about 150 exhibits.
Leisure and relaxation
 Leisure and rest are key parts of tourism in Germany. Natural and national parks of the north coast to the Alps invite you to experience, enjoy and relax. Friends of cycling and hiking may discover the country through nature. More than 70,000 kilometers of cycling and long-distance routes 200 constitute a paradise for cyclists. Discover Germany through tourist routes through wonderful sites and splendid landscapes. There are over 150 different routes to choose each under a different theme, including the "Romantic Road" that runs for a few hundred kilometers of nature, gastronomy and culture.
Berlin has the famous "Brandenburg Gate" and of course the remains of the wall that separated the city for decades.

Bavaria has to Munich, the capital, with its bustling center and a castle straight out of a fairy tale.
Hamburg, its port and its maritime tradition, Speichrstadt neighborhood of remarkable Gothic and Baroque church San Miguel absolutely.
Cologne presents to the world, proud, the famous Gothic cathedral heritage.
The city of Dresden, Renaissance monuments.
If vacationed in the Black Forest, Freiburg presents monuments of the Middle Ages.

But the museums of Germany, are also among the best in the world. The most popular are:
• Museum Island (Berlin): Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 18pm and on Thursdays until 22h. Input 8 euros, 12 euros general admission allows you to visit all the museums. The most visited is the Pergamonmuseum. It contains a museum of antiquity, the Middle East and Islamic Art, among many others.
• Alte Pinakothek (Munich): Open from 10 to 17h from Tuesday to Sunday. Closed on May 1, 24, 25 and 31 December. entry € 5.50 to visit with guided tour. On Sundays, tickets cost € 1 and 4 € with guided tour. Alte Pinakothek contains an excellent collection of works by local and foreign art spanning the period between the thirteenth and eighteenth centuries.

• Neue Pinakothek (Munich): Open every day except Tuesday from 10 to 17h and Wednesdays until 20h. Closed on May 1, 24, 25 and 31 December. Entry € 5.50, Sundays € 1. New galleries, works of the eighteenth century to the nineteenth.
• Pinakothek der Moderne (Munich): Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 to 17h, Fridays and Thursdays open until 20pm. Closed Easter Sunday, May 1, 24 and December 31. Entry 9 € the weekday, Sunday is free entry. Art Gallery of Modern Art. Devoted to the art of the twentieth century. A general admission ticket allows you to visit 12 euros on the same day the three museums.
• Zwinger (Dresden): The German Baroque style in all its splendor, was built between 1710 and 1728. Like many other resorts, the Zwinger contains several museums.
• Semper Gallery (Old Masters): Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 18pm. Input 6 euros. Group € 13, contingent on a minimum of 10 people € 3.50 per person. Collection of masterpieces of painting.
• Pozellansammlung (Porcelain Museum): Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 18pm. Entry 5 €, family group € 11, contingent of at least 10 people € 4 per person. Collection of porcelain.
• Rüstkammer (weapons museum): Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 18pm. Entry 3 €, family group and contingent € 7 € 2.50 per person, minimum 10 people. Collection of antique weapons.

 • Albertinum (Dresden): Open from 10 to 18h daily. Closed on Mondays. Input 6 euros. Group € 13, quotas, minimum 10 people, € 4.50 per person. Built in 1884 it protects a collection of over 2500 works of European artists and particularly Germans.
• Historisches Grünes Gewwölbe: Open daily from 10 to 19h. Closed on Tuesdays. 10 €. No he guided tour. Known as the Green Vault museum owes its name to a room in the castle. It presents a collection of silverware and jewelery internationally renowned bequeathed by Augustus the Strong. It comprises more than 3000 exhibits in 10 halls Baroque.
• Grünes Gewwölbe: Open from 10 to 18h. Closed on Mondays. Guided tours on Mondays from 11 to 16h and Wednesday at 16h views. Entry 6 €. Families and small entry quotas. Known as the New Green Vault museum, it opened in 2004 and its collection includes over 1,000 pieces made in the period between the Renaissance and the Classical period.
• Vogtsbauernhof Freilichtmuseum (open air museum Black Forest): Open from April to November, daily from 9am to 18pm. During the months of July and August schedule extends until 19pm. Entrance € 6 adults, € 3 children up to 17 years. In the valley of Gutach, outside the town of the same name, about the oldest property site dating from 1612. It shows the lifestyle and technology of the time. The sample includes other properties as well as a mill, a sawmill, a chapel, stables, etc. It represents the new trend of "eco-museums".
• Deutsches Uhrenmuseum (German Clock Museum): Open daily from 9am to 18pm from April to October and from 10 to 17h November to March. Input 4 euros. € 10 family group of 10 people and contingent least 3 €. In the town of Furtwangen collection gathers clocks and watches from all countries and all times, there are over 4000 pieces.

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