Sightseeing Index: This is how expensive Germany’s most popular sights are

The 9-euro ticket is coming, and with it cheap travel across Germany: whether in sunny weather or on rainy days, Germany’s cities have a lot to offer in terms of sightseeing. So travel enthusiasts don’t have to drive far to go on a discovery tour. We have checked where you can find the most popular sights in Germany and which ones you can visit for little money.

The list ranges from amusement parks such as the Europa Park in Rust to the zoo in Leipzig and parks such as the Herrenhäuser Gardens in Hanover, where former US President Barack Obama was once received. For football fans, a visit to Signal-Iduna-Park is worthwhile: with an average rating of 4.7, this is one of the most popular sights in Germany. A guided tour of the BVB Dortmund stadium starts at nine euros.

If the weather doesn’t cooperate, there is no shortage of castles and museums in Germany: one of the most popular is the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart, which is all about Carl Benz and the car brand he founded. Also worth a visit is the Green Vault in Dresden’s Old Town, which houses the prestigious treasury of the old Wettin dynasty.

This table shows which other sights are particularly popular with visitors and how much you have to pay:

You can see in which parts of Germany the most popular sights are located in this map: