I’m behind on posting on the places we’ve been within Germany, but here is the list so far. I’ll update with links to the posts about each location as I add them. The top part by state will be for places I’ve actually gotten to explore. The bottom is for places I was only at briefly, for example just to eat at a restaurant or see a castle.
Places I’ve Explored:
Heidelberg (Since we lived here for about a year and a half, I have a whole category for posts that relate to exploring Heidelberg)
Mannheim (This city is only about 20 minutes away from where we used to live so we’ve been here a few times, twice at length)
Rothenburg ob der Tauber
Frankfurt- (Only have a post on the airport so far but did explore the city)
Wiesbaden-(parked on post and took a train to Mainz. Have been back to explore the city since but need to post about it)
Sankt (Saint) Wendel (I went here for a Christmas market)
Places I’ve Been Briefly:
Darmstadt-the MediaMarkt where we bought our GPS because we got lost on the way to…
Sandhausen-is pretty close to where we lived in Heidelberg. I haven’t really been through it. We’ve just eaten at a restaurant there a couple times.
Mainz-I could probably list this above since we were there for awhile, but we were watching a parade more than seeing the city.
Günzburg-While we did also go into the city a bit, we did not go very far. Most of the time we were at Legoland Deutschland.
Eppelheim-Like Sandhausen, it’s close to Heidelberg, and there’s a restaurant there we went to.
Schwetzingen-We have only been to the Schloss und Schlossgarten (Castle and Castle Garden)
Karslruhe-We went right to the Schloss and down a couple streets before the rain sent us back home.
Ludwigsburg-We went to the castle.
Kindsbach-Went to an underground bunker there. It’s about 15 minutes from where we live.
Dachau-Went to concentration camp but did not see much of city.
Bad Sobernheim-Went to a barefoot park here but did not explore the city.
Burg Lichtenberg-I went to this castle, which is near Thallichtenberg in Kusel in Rhineland-Palatinate, for a medieval Christmas market.