My partner and i are looking at staying in Germany, for roughly 7days... We have a place to stay in Dresden for a couple of nights and then want to be in Munich for Oktoberfest (obviously) lol
We were wondering if Berlin, Munich and Dresden are worth staying at? And how long in each roughly? I would like to see some of the war museums, and cemetaries etc, any other things to see or do that would be highly recommended?
Berlin is an amazing city with lots to see and do; I'd recommend 4-5 days if you can fit it in, especially given your interests. There are some fascinating museums there and so much interesting history. The city just has a great vibe and there is so much going on. I went to Munich earlier this year and liked it a lot - it's got a good vibe too and is a good place to hang out in for a while, but there aren't loads of touristy things to see and do. I haven't been to Dresden but have heard it's pretty.
Dresden is very pretty and relaxing with its magnificent river (elbe)
Absolutely! I'm having the best time of my life in Berlin, great city! October Fest is definitely an experience that every human being should have. Too much beer, good looking women and excellent atmosphere!
That´s definitely a big yes for Berlin from me! That city had something for everybody, and you´ll will fall in love with it. The other have already mentioned that you fit right in there and have a great time
On how many days you need, well that depends on your speed, what you would like to see, and on the weather/ traffic etc. You can always just spend one day, but also one week and still haven´t seen everything interesting. Berlin in Munich are big and both charming (Munich is more expensive though).
If you are looking for it, you can find great places in almost every city.
Have a great time!!!
According to your choice of historical places I think, you have to stay at Frankfut and experience the beauty of the Frankfurt - It is culturally and architecturally a very rich city. There are a few landmarks, which are world famous and worth a visit. You love to be there.
For more details you can search about the Frankfurt on the web and can see how rich it is when we talk about museums and historical places.