Germany has some of the most magical cultural and natural reserves that seem to have come straight out of fairy tales. Make your wildest dreams come true with Sri Sutra Travel, a top travel agency in Kuala Lumpur.
1. National Park of Saxon Switzerland
Located in eastern Germany, the National Park of Saxon Switzerland covers an area of 94 square kilometers and encompasses the German part of Elbe Sandstone Mountains, sometimes referred to as the Saxon Switzerland. The park also adjoins Bohemian Switzerland National Park in the Czech Republic. The stunning landscapes of streams, beech forests, table mountains and bizarre rock formations, most notably the famous Bastei Bridge will blow you away. Contact Malaysia’s top travel agency for more information.
2. Neuschwanstein Castle
The epitome of a fairy-tale castle, Neuschwanstein Castle is everything you’ve ever dreamed of. The 19th century Romanesque Revival palace is the brainchild of King Ludwig II of Bavaria who commissioned for a cliff side castle in 1868, two years after he was stripped of his powers. Unfortunately, it was completed only after his death in 1886. Today, more than 1.5 million visitors step into his romantic fairy tale world every year. Make your fantasy a reality with Sri Sutra Travel, a top travel agency in Kuala Lumpur.
3. Kromlau Park
Kromlau Park is filled with giant rhododendrons and azaleas, a beautiful place to visit in the spring, when it’s full of flowers, and in the autumn when the golden colours make the place gleam in the sun. The park’s most popular attraction however is Rakotzbrücke, also called the Devil’s Bridge. On a bright, sunny day, the reflections of the bridge in the water below create a full circle. Get in touch with Kuala Lumpur’s top travel agency.
Situated right at the foot of Germany’s highest mountain, the Zugspitze, it’s hard to resist the crystal clear turquoise waters of the Eibsee, especially with the mountain itself in the background which creates a jaw dropping scenery. Explore the lake by boat or on foot through the 9.5km walking trail around it. The Eibsee is beautiful all year round, but in the winter, the lake freezes and turns into a wonderland. Witness the magic for yourself with Sri Sutra Travel, a top travel agency in Malaysia.
The Spreewald (or “Spree Forest” in German) was the center of the Battle of Halbe at the end of World War II. In 1991, Spreewald was designated as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO. The landscape was shaped all the way back during the ice age, and the area consists of alder forests, pine forests, grasslands and more than 200 small canals. Book one of the waterside guesthouses for more time to explore the enchanting Spreewald. Sri Sutra Travel, Malaysia’s top travel agency can tell you more on how you travel to this place.
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