German Cities

Get city information, universities, travel tips, what to see and where to go and much more with our city guides.

  • Bonn

    Bonn

    Back in the old days, Bonn used to be a military settlement for the Romans where the wooden fort known as Castra Bonnensis and later Bonna was constructed – mostly […]

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  • Munich

    Munich

    When going to Germany for your studies, be sure you will grab at least two valuable things with you: knowledge from top-ranked universities of the world, and hands-on real-life experiences […]

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  • Aachen

    Aachen

    Aachen – Universities, Living Costs & Things to Do and See in Aachen Sitting in the border with Belgium and Netherlands, Aachen is the westernmost city of Germany which played […]

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  • Bremen

    Bremen

    The journey Bremen went through over the years resembles the roller-coaster ride which takes you up and down and back on your feet again. History played a major part in […]

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  • Leipzig

    Leipzig

    In the years of existence Leipzig has gone from a small town to a business and cultural hub through turmoil and grace. Leipzig goes back over 1000 years when it […]

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  • Hamburg

    Hamburg

    Once an entirely sovereign state under the Hanseatic League, the federal state of Hamburg is now home to over 1.8 million people and the largest city in Germany. Known as […]

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  • Frankfurt

    Frankfurt

    Frankfurt is the smallest but most compact metropolis in the world; it has people from all over the world travelling in for business, the advantage of miraculous tranquility within a […]

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  • Augsburg

    Augsburg

    Augsburg is a city of 2000 years of history, cradle of German Renaissance depicted evidently by its surrounding architecture, a city of great faith in God and Religion with numerous […]

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  • Berlin

    Berlin

    From medieval times as a prominent trading center through royalty and socialism, torn apart after the World War II and back in its feet after the fall of the wall, […]

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