Here is my list of 9 places that I think you should visit in Germany
1. Ice cream shops (Eiscafe)
In my opinion Germany has one of the best ice cream in the world: creamy, delicious, with real fruit.
2. Neuschwanstein Castle
Most visited castle in Germany. The Neuschwanstein Castle really looks like a fairytale castle. Neuschwanstein is a castle of the paradox. It was built in the 19th century in Bavaria, in a time when castles no longer had strategical and defensive purposes.
3. Magdeburg Water Bridge
The Magdeburg Water Bridge is a navigable aqueduct in Germany, opened in October 2003 and part of the Magdeburg crossing of waterways. It connects the Elbe-Havel Canal to the Mittellandkanal, crossing over the Elbe River.
4. Iglu-Dorf Zugspitze
What a feeling – high above the clouds with a view of four countries, lies the Zugspitze Igloo Village (one of the unusual hotels in the world) in the heart of Germany’s most popular ski resort. Enjoy the magnificent scenery on the Zugspitze Glacier and treat yourself to a very special night in Germany’s highest igloos.
5. The Reichstag
The Reichstag is now the second most visited attraction in Germany, not least because of the huge glass dome that was erected on the roof as a gesture to the original 1894 cupola, giving an impressive view over the city, especially at night.
6. Castles along Rhine River
All Germany is rich in castles but the romantic Rhine Valley - the heartland of the old Holy Roman Empire - has a particularly high density of important important medieval military buildings. Some are ruins, but many, like Marksburg Castle, have survived the ravages of war, fire and neglect . Some are fascinating windows into the age of chivalry and the development of this fascinating form of military construction.
7. Rothenburg ob der Tauber
Rothenburg is Germany's best-preserved walled town. Countless travelers have searched for the elusive "untouristy Rothenburg." There are many contenders (such as Michelstadt, Miltenberg, Bamberg, Bad Windsheim, and Dinkelsbühl), but none holds a candle to the king of medieval German cuteness.
8. Dachau concentration camp
Dachau concentration camp was the first of the Nazi concentration camps opened in Germany.
9. Erfurt Synagogue
The Erfurt Synagogue in Erfurt, Germany, was built c. 1100. It is thought to be the oldest synagogue building still standing in Europe.