Popular Travel Destinations in Germany
Utah resident Kenneth Brailsford has built a successful career as a specialist in the fields of nutritional supplements and network marketing. Outside of work, Kenneth Brailsford is an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served as a missionary in West Germany for over two years.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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By Kenneth Brailsford
Utah resident Kenneth Brailsford has built a
successful career as a specialist in the fields of
nutritional supplements and network marketing.
Outside of work, Kenneth Brailsford is an active
member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-
day Saints and served as a missionary in West
Germany for over two years.
Germany is famous for its vast beer offerings and
annual Oktoberfest, as well as its picturesque,
rolling landscapes and centuries-old architecture.
Those travelling to Germany should be sure to
visit these popular destinations:
1. Neuschwanstein Castle - Located near the town
of Fussen in the Bavarian Alps, Neuschwanstein
Castle is one of the most popular castles in Europe.
Built by King Ludwig II in the late 1800s, the castle
served as the inspiration for Walt Disney’s Sleeping
Beauty castle. Today, visitors can take tours through
the castle’s interior.
2. The Brandenburg Gate - Modeled after the
Athenian Acropolis, the Brandenburg Gate was built in
the heart of Berlin in 1791. Standing 26 meters high,
the gate was formerly part of the Berlin Wall, which
separated the city into its East and West sections. It is
now one of Europe’s most well-known landmarks.
3. Munich Oktoberfest - More than 6 million
people from across the globe attend the yearly
Oktoberfest celebration in Munich. During the
two-week festival, visitors can indulge in a
wide array of local cuisine and German beers.
First held in 1810, the Munich Oktoberfest
remains the most popular Volkfest (people’s