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Over the years I have become a self-proclaimed expert on cute villages in Germany. Germany is full with cities and villages that consist of colorful half-timbered (fachwerk) houses that are relatively undiscovered. You will mainly encouter German tourists in these villages, as foreign tourists seem to have no idea on what Germany has to offer. Whenever we travel through Germany we always try to visit a fachwerk town. In this blogpost I will highlight my favorite destinations in Germany.
From the pictures I expected Bernkastel-Kues to be the cutest town in the Mosel area and I was not disappointed when we visited this past summer. Move over Cochem, I have got a new favorite! Bernkastel is full with cute fachwerk houses, pretty fountains and is surrounded by vineyards. We had the best time in Bernkastel-Kues and in this blogpost I will tell you all about it.
You have probably never heard of Schloss Herrenchiemsee, but you have probably heard of Schloss Neuschwanstein. What do these two castles have in common? They are both commissioned by King Ludwig II who loved building over the top castles. Schloss Herrenchiemsee takes a bit more planning to visit and in this blogpost I will explain exactly why you must visit and how you should visit.
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