Tourism Guide

The Flensburg Files features a page pertaining to places to visit, as recommended by the author.  Most of the places to visit featured here are located in Germany and other places in Europe based on his visits, however there are some places in the US and elsewhere that have either German heritage or carries a city name that can be found in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Liechtenstein and Luxembourg. Some of the places to visit based on the author’s travels include the following:

Christmas Markets in Germany and elsewhere

Berlin

  Overview (including Pop Quiz)

Alexanderplatz

  Janowitzbrücke

Gedarmenmarkt

Potsdamer Platz

City Hall

 

Dresden

Overview with some small markets

Neumarkt- The Medieval Market

Dresden-Neustadt

Striezelmarkt at Dresden-Altmarkt

 

Other Cities and Towns

Rothenburg ob der Tauber

Frankfurt (Main)

Bayreuth

Nuremberg

Magdeburg (including Buckau)

Halle (Saale)

Erfurt

Quedlinburg (including Dovecote)

Weimar

Gera

Jena (includes older article)

Naumburg (Saale)

Leipzig

Chemnitz

Gotha

Zwickau

Glauchau

Freiberg (Saxony)

Kiel

Flensburg

Heilsberg (near Rudolstadt)– including ways of creating a Christmas Market and a quiz

 

Amana Colonies (USA)

Pella (USA)

Van Buren County, Iowa (USA)

 

German-named villages in Minnesota

New Trier

Bergen

 

Flensburg

Holnis

City of Lights

Beach of Solitude

Christmas Market

Flensburger Beer

 

Weimar

Onion Market

Weimar Rendezvous

 

Lübeck

 

More articles coming soon, so please come back! 🙂

 

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One thought on “Tourism Guide”

  1. I am interested in the BUGA, particularly the 2013 and the 2015 ones. I am an American and I plan to come to Germany in the fall to see the BUGA on the Havel River. I attended the one in Hamburg and took many pictures, but all the signs were in German, so I didn’t always understand what I saw, but it was fascinating never the less.
    Thank you for any information or articles you can send.

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