Best Photo Spots in Germany

Frankfurt Bridges

The river Main flows through the middle of Frankfurt and the necessity of being able to cross from one half of the city to the other half brings with it opportunities to capture views with uncluttered foreground, provided by the river. At night the water provides a reflecting bonus! Ideally…

Hessencourier

The train runs from Easter to the end of the year, sometimes featuring special events. For that 33,4 km long route the train needs round about one and a half hour one direction. I suggest reserving tickets in late April, early May because the nature awakes, the flowers begin to…

Tierpark Sababurg

The animal park is embedded in a gorgeous landscape, features a real impressive predator bird show, which takes place three times a day. The birds flying extreme close to the visitors (beware of your hairpiece). So photographing with a “not-so-far-reaching-lens” is easy and heavy cropping isn’t often necessary. Despite this,…

Staatspark Karlsaue

The Auepark with the baroque Orangerie, a little mansion built in 1702, is an extensive park in the center of Kassel, with a lake and two water ditches. The Orangerie incorporates a historic astronomical-physical exhibition with a planetarium. At the other end of the park is the Blumeninsel Siebenbergen located.…

The Jewish Museum

This is one of the exhibitions at the Jewish Museum in Berlin. There are 10,000 faces made from steel, and they are dedicates to all the victims of violence and war. Amazingly you’re allowed to walk into the exhibit, although people rarely do.