Germany perseveres to attract tourists from across the world every year, thanks to the breathtaking landscapes scenic beauty of the natural surroundings and best accommodation offerings. The hospitality of the German people adds to the tourism relevance of Germany. There are some German tourist attractions that are a must see for the foreign tourists. The tourist attractions appeal to the budget travelers in the terms of affordability and conveniently comfortable property facilities that Germany aggrandizes. 

The Top Ten Germany Attractions - include within its domain some internationally acclaimed names. Frisian Islands are the only ones of their kind anywhere in the world. Often referred to as dreams floating on the sea these Vandyke Islands in the Walden Sea distinguish from original islands in that when storms generate high rate of water they are completely submerged. Only the man-made mounds on which the houses are perched remain above the water. You can reach the Hallie islands on foot on a guided tour of the mudflats.


Tubing-en is an attractive town south of Stuttgart. In the old town the streets climb upwards towards the castle which connects with a museum that represents an incredible inheritance of Egyptian and Roman antiquities.



Surrounded by beautiful countryside and the center of Germany wine growing region the city of Stuttgart is Germany’s garden city and a picturesque place with plenty of attractions itself and close by. Ideal as a city break destination at any time of the year and also as the base for a longer holiday exploring south-west Germany and the Black Forest Stuttgart has lots to offer to the traveler. With its moderate climate proximity to the Black Forest and unique Swabian heritage Stuttgart is a great location to experience an authentic German city without hordes of tourists. Stuttgart is a prosperous modern city with two famous festivals one for wine and one for beer a world class gallery in the Stats which provide an excellent markets and innumerable good quality value-for-remittance restaurants. 

There is a lively cultural scene. South-east of Stuttgart is Gunslinger featuring essential buildings from Roman times onward. To the north be certain to visit Pittsburgh with its impressive and beautiful planned layout of gardens and palaces dating from around 1700. Stuttgart arguably diversifies one of the most glorious establishments in all Europe surrounded by a wonderful panorama of rolling green hills forests and vineyards. The many interesting sights in Stuttgart include two city chateau the Staggering art gallery and the unique Wilhelm zoo along with botanical gardens. Nuremberg state capital is also a top venue for hit musicals. Almost an extravagant city buzz on one side of the river not to mention Ulna Minster and a historical town center whilst the friendly atmosphere of a smaller town on the other side advertises a stunning water tower fortifications and various traditional brew houses.



Heilbronn is a medium-sized town in south-western Germany sitting on the Necker River midway situated between Heidelberg and Stuttgart. It might not be famous as a tourist magnet but if you incline to experience a typical German town where normal Germans travel about their daily life a few days Start out in the middle of Heidelberg for shopping, eating and sightseeing. Although some of Heidelberg old buildings were damaged or decimated during the war the Town Hall and the main church Killian have been fully restored and have that gorgeous German village semblance that makes for great photographs. Next to each of these are typical cobble stoned squares cafes now provide their tables spilling into them and the atmosphere is terrific. My perspective is that, the best time of year in Heidelberg is during December when the Christmas markets take over the squares and you can purchase amusing German Christmas tree decorations or warm clothing equipment and drink a heated mulled wine. Hamburg the free Hansen City on the Elbe and the Alaster is the second largest city in Germany with one of the largest ports in Europe. The elegance of the shopping arcades the long tradition of the most magnificent ruins in all of Germany.


Hamburg the free Hansen City on the Elbe and the Alaster is the second largest city in Germany with one of the largest ports in Europe. The elegance of the shopping arcades the long tradition of the merchant dynasties, and the red brick buildings of the warehouse district are as characteristic of Hamburg as the modern Ha-fen City housing project, the countless bridges,  canals, the spacious parks along with gardens, which lie at the heart of the City.

Neues Museum

After many years of renovation, the Neues Museum (New Museum) in Berlin re-opened its doors in October 2009. The original building, which was constructed between 1841 and 1859, is a magnificent example of nineteenth century neoclassical architecture. It was heavily damaged in World War II, and it took British star architect David Chipper-field more than a decade and 200 million Euros to finalize the careful restoration. After this extensive makeover, the Neues Museum is home to "the world’s most beautiful woman", the famous bust of Egyptian Queen Nefertiti, and the collections of the Egyptian Museum, and the Museum of Pre-history.


Berlin is a world class city of culture, politics, and media and packed with endless sights. The city is known for night life, cafes, clubs, bars, museums, and palaces. It is capital of German and famous for its top-class architecture, modernity and a fast pace of life. Berlin is rare gem of a Western European capital, full of culture and attractions that is now a thriving, welcoming tourist, modern and exciting destination.

Berlin will offer you exactly what you're looking for. It means, it entertainment places, historical places and specially for restaurants, hotels and cafes, are all much less expensive than they are in other Western European cities.


Russia - An Adventurous Experience rather than a Holiday Destination

Россия - Авантюрный опыт, не только подходящий для место отдыха

Russian Federation, popularly known as Russia, is the country encompassing more than 100 varied nationalities and languages with Muslim, Jewish, and Buddhist inhabitants from Chechnya to Alaska. Almost offering all types of visitors' Russia tourist attractions, Russia is more of an adventurous land in its all aspects irrespective of whether it is short historic or big museum vacations, St. Peters-burg gems, or a long journey to several other locations. Explore this trilling adventurous itinerary turn by turn from the mountains of the Caucasus, the Black Sea beaches, the great Volga River, the Taiga tracks in Siberia, enchanting Lake Baikal, to the Kamchatka volcanoes. All the Russia tourist attractions are often at a vast distance from each other that summons for flying trips – the convenient mode of roaming all around. However, the exciting Trans-Siberian railway is also an option to discover more sights of Russia.

Below are some of the places we recommend you to visit:

Moscow Kremlin

The Moscow Kremlin (Russian: Моско́вский Кремль, tr. Moskovskiy Kreml; simply named the Kremlin, is one of the greatest ensembles of the world, mainly recognized for a historic fortified complex that lies at the heart of Moscow, overlooking Moskva River (to the South), Saint Basil's Cathedral and Red Square (to the East) as well as the Alexander Garden (to the West). It is one of the best known Russian citadels which holds four palaces, cathedrals and the surrounding Kremlin Wall with Kremlin towers. The complex designates the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation. Some exhibitions, for example, the Kremlin armory and the bell tower require a specific schedule separately for entrance ticket, and those can only be purchased at the ticket office outside the Kremlin portals. This museum is also a part of the official government; the area inside the Kremlin’s covers six meter and its walls are thick and deceptively large. 

Visitors have a permission to pay a visit to the so-called ‘Cathedral Square’ in the Kremlin’s center  while the President’s official residences are obviously out of bounds. Three magnificent medieval cathedrals, two smaller churches and the Patriarch’s palace encircle the square, dominated by the 266-ft high Ivan the Great’s Bell Tower. Other worth mentioning sites are the huge ‘Tsar’s canon’ and the giant ‘Tsar’s Bell’, with measurements of 223 tons. Since Napoleon has occupied the Kremlin in 1812, the French attempted to plunder many of the Kremlin's bells and chandeliers, but failed to do so, as they proved to be far too massive. For a considerable extra sum you can visit the Kremlin Armory, the place where the Russian crown jewels are preserved, also the 190 carat Orlov diamond, ten Faberge eggs and the rest of valuables. 

Bolshoi Theater, Moscow

The Bolshoi Theater (Russian: Большой театр), also spelled Bolshoy, is a historic theater in Moscow, Russia, constituted by the architect Joseph Bové, who runs performances of ballet and opera. The bolshoi ballet and opera are among greatest and most ancient ballet/opera corporations you would ever come across, respectively. The theater is the head company of ''The Bolshoi Ballet Academy'', generally is known as a world-leading Institute of ballet.

The Cathedral of Christ the Savior

The Cathedral that was built in the post-Soviet years has now become a commanding paragon of the raise in popularity belonging to Orthodox Christianity in Russia, which generally established this cathedral as the most significant in Moscow. The cathedral, as it is described, is the place where Russians attend for worship. The colossal golden curved at the top of the building represents the restored potency of the Orthodox allegiance in Russia after years of Soviet repression. The Cathedral of Christ the Savior was initially constituted in 1860 to congratulate the subjugation of Napoleon, standing at 344 ft high cathedral, that was thoroughly demolished by 1931. Stalin intended to construct the world’s tallest skyscraper on the site with a design of Stalin statue to revolve on top, but the plan was not accomplished, and in the given situation the foundations were framed into the largest open-air swimming basin instead. In 1990 the Russian Orthodox Church received the permission to suspend what was recently set up and reassemble the Cathedral. Exceptionally, the vast replica was completed in just ten years. There is a small exhibition right in the basement zone, where the story is being spread of the Cathedral’s successful renaissance. While the capacious main auditorium of the church is accessible to congregants, with numerous services every day. 

Triumph arch, Moscow

The Triumphal Arch has earned the status of victory against the French as it is located on Victory Square, not distant from the Poklonnaya Gora (Hill of Greeting), emboding a unified historical-memorial complex with the panorama museum “Battle of Borodino”, the “Kutuzovskaya Izba” (Kutuzov’s Hut) and the other neighboring monuments. Moscow’s Victory Park is addressed for a dual principle: recognizing the dominion of 1812 and its competence to reach a memorial over the 1941-1945 Western European invasion from fascist Germany.

Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts

The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts retains one of the most depictive assortments in Russia of foreign art dated from ancient period to modern days. Now, the Museum exhibits an extensive assemblage of pigmented plaster casts of medieval, famous and Renaissance sculptures, as well as original works of unknown artists, sculptures together with items of ornamental arts. The rooms on the ground floor introduce particularly the authentic productions, for example, the antiquities, the art of Ancient Egypt, including the European representations of the VII-XVIII centuries. On the first floor there are rooms with casts of Rome, Ancient Greece, Middle Ages and Renaissance.

(GUM) State Department Store

Государственный Универсальный Магазин, pronounced as (Gosudarstvennyi Universalnyi Magazin) or naturally known as the State Department Store during Soviet times, is a majestic building on the north side of the Red Square.  Prior to the Russian Revolution in 1917, the building accommodated several, yet different 1,200 stores. Later, the GUM, due the Revolution gained its nationalism, and soon after served the role as a department store, up till Joseph Stalin transformed it into a bureau-like environment by the year of 1928 for the committee, who were in authority of his first five year plan. When the department store was in operation again, which generally occurred in 1953, the GUM has then corresponded to one of the few stores in the Soviet Union, the one that was not influenced by insufficiency of consumer goods, but the queues in shopping areas were tiresome, periodically spreading all across Red Square. At the end of the Soviet era, initially, GUM was moderately privatized, eventually which in the following years has achieved an independence. It is open today for all the vacationers, who may even find this place to be the second if not their first most favorite tourist destination when visiting Moscow. Many of the stores introduce high-fashion brand names, that are heard of rather often in the West. Locals associate these with the ''exhibitions of price''. Many weren't willing to actually buy any of the items on display, since they were slightly expensive.

Red Square

All very decent semblance and just the size of the square itself is very impressive. The architecture of buildings surrounding the plaza is a really wonderful Museum of the Kremlin, GUM Department Store, State Historical and St Basil's Cathedral with the Mausoleum of Lenin, the classic works of Soviet architecture. Red square as a square where a military parade during the cold war, now in the advantage as a Russian military parade and demonstrations on major national holidays. Many of the tourists visiting the Red square to observe the architectural beauty of St. Basil’s Cathedral which is defined is a symbol of the city Moscow Russia. St. Basil’s Cathedral is a Russian Orthodox church founded in Red Square in Moscow in 1555-1561. St. Basil’s Cathedral is a historic building and is one of the UNESCO world heritage site.

Catherine's Palace


The Catherine Palace at Pushkin (Catherine's Palace) (Russia), with its luxurious facade stretching for more than 300 meters, was the largest edifice in the period dominated by the Russian Baroque. Its inside decor-gilded moldings, marble columns, Saxon porcelain, velvet and damask- produces no less overwhelming impression than its glistening golden facades. The Main Staircase and the luxurious private apartments of the palace were embroidered with golden carving, mirrors and amber. The grand enfilade of state rooms receded into a shining distance and an immense number of vases, columns and pieces of sculpture lend the palace an extremely majestic air. 

The pride of Trellis was the Great Hall and, as it was then called, the Large Gallery, the grandest in area of all created interiors, 850 square meters, a miracle of the great architect’s mastery and precise prognosis. But most particularly amazing was a number of two-tiered windows, a very expensive embellishment unusual for Russian, too-one should never forget about saving warmth in the cold climate. Breaking with the Russian custom, Trellis designed huge windows with mirrors in gilded frames on the piers. Candles lit in front of them and repeatedly reflected in the mirrors, created an illusion of an endless glistening space. Foreign guests were lost in admiration at the sight of this shining magnificence.

A bit more information about Russia

With the dissolution of the Soviet Union visitors have a fresh opportunity to explore a vast array of exciting and ancient cultures, from the glittering imperial Russia of St. Peters-burg to the timeless village life of Siberia and Irkutsk. One of the most notable features of present day Russia is a renewed celebration of the wealth of its past and its potential for the future. Throwing off the blanket of communist uniformity, Russia today is a nation of enormous diversity and tremendous vitality. It is as if the cultural traditions of a century ago have re-awakened with a new retrieved strength - ancient cathedrals are being rebuilt and restored, colorful markets hum with activity once again and literature and the arts are quickly regaining the creative renown they enjoyed decades ago. A new Russia is now in full bloom. For most westerners, Russia is associated with its European cities--Moscow, St. Peters-burg and Murmansk. This is the heartland of Imperial Russia, and these great and ancient cities often become the focus for most tourists. 

Russia is the largest country on earth, with immense tracts of land that have been opened to travelers only in the last few years. Just as Russia's rich cultural heritage has once more come to life; its natural heritage too is a new country awaiting to be discovered. So, why not make Moscow your next holiday destination this year? We believe that you will enjoy your stay in the country with your friends and family.



Indonesia is a tourist's delight. There are number of places to see in Indonesia. These include the capital city of Jakarta, beach resorts of Bali and Lombok, and the wonderful islands of Java, Sumatra and Kalimantan. As Indonesia is a tropical country and one of the last remnants of tropical rain forests on the earth, it is home to rich flora and fauna and hence a major attraction for nature lovers.

Beach Bali

Bali Temple

Bali Village

Best time to visit Indonesia

The most advisable period to visit Indonesia is during a dry season between April and October. The humidity is relatively less and weather is pleasant at this time of the year. Though travel in the wet season is possible in most parts of Indonesia, it can be an impediment to involve in the certain activities.

Business & Economy

Economy of Indonesia is mainly based on agriculture and oil. Approximately 90% of the population is engaged in agriculture. In the agricultural sector, Indonesia has become self sufficient in rice and does not need to import this staple food as it had for years. Earlier, oil and gas used to be a major foreign exchange earner, but rising domestic consumption and stagnant oil production has now made Indonesia, a net distributor of oil.

Tourism is steadily gaining ground and is emerging as major foreign exchange earner for the country. Indonesia is rich in natural resources, forestry products, rubber, coffee, tea, tin, nickel, copper, palm products & fish deliver important contributions to export finance endorsements. In recent years a number of steps have been taken to promote and stimulate non-oil exports, which include handicrafts, textiles, precious metals, tea, tobacco, cement, fertilizers as well as manufactured goods.

Indonesia maintains a liberal foreign exchange system and includes few factors that prohibit transfers abroad, and in general freely allows conversions to and from foreign currencies. With the objective of a more equitable distribution of development acquisition, the government provides high priority to expansion in the less expanded regions of the country, therefore the creation of employment opportunities for the country's growing labour force. To attract foreign capital, certain incentives are available, including other several sectors which are open to foreign investment.

Weather of Indonesia

Because of its proximity to equator, Indonesia has tropical climate. Generally, the weather is hot and humid. Indonesian climate is divided into two distinct seasons: dry and rainy seasons. Most of Indonesia has their rainy periods from October through April, but certain places like Maluku have theirs from March to August. Some areas can have sudden showers for more than two hours.

Visa regulations

There are several types of visas, such as Tourist Visa, Business Visa, Multiple-entry Visa applicable (for business travelers only) and Transit Visa. All visitors to Indonesia must possess passports valid up to a minimum of six months after arrival, including an evidence of onward passage out of the country.