"Görliwood" because of its popularity as a filming location, is a hidden gem straddling the German-Polish border. With its enchanting architecture and cobblestone streets, the town transports you straight into a European fairy tale. Read moreBook my trip to Gorlitz
Görlitz is one of the most well-preserved towns in Germany, largely spared from the destruction of World War II. Its architectural diversity spans from the Gothic and Renaissance periods to Baroque and Art Nouveau, offering a veritable feast for the eyes. Walk through the charming Old Town with its impressive facades, or cross the Lusatian Neisse River to visit its Polish twin city, Zgorzelec.
Görlitz is not just a town frozen in time; it's a vibrant community, brimming with artisan shops, delightful cafes, and a lively arts scene. Whether you are a history buff or an architecture enthusiast, this border town offers an exceptional experience for all kinds of travelers. From its storybook streets to its rich history and vibrant cultural life, Görlitz is more than just a pretty facade; it's a living testament to European unity and resilience.
The heart of the city's historic district, featuring a range of architectural styles and vibrant local life.
An Art Nouveau marvel that has been a filming location for several movies.
A stunning church dating back to the 15th century, known for its breathtaking stained glass.
Germany’s oldest Renaissance building, now hosting the Silesian Museum.
Offering panoramic views of Görlitz and Zgorzelec, the tower is a remnant of the medieval city walls.
A family-friendly museum offering an array of exhibits, including an impressive dinosaur skeleton.
Known for its impressive organ and beautiful frescoes, it’s an architectural masterpiece.
A replica of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, providing a unique spiritual experience.
Connecting Görlitz and Zgorzelec, this bridge is a symbol of European unity.
A small, well-kept zoo, perfect for a family outing, featuring a variety of animals.
Nestled in the shadow of the Jizera Mountains, Liberec is a fusion of historical charm, architectural wonders, and pristine natural beauty waiting to be explored.
Ještěd is not just a peak but a symbol of Czech modernism that merges nature and architecture. Perched high above the city of Liberec, the mountain features a futuristic hotel and a TV tower that have become icons of Czech design and engineering.
Along the meandering River Main, Johannisburg in Germany exudes an aura of timeless charm. Dominated by the grandeur of the Schloss Johannisburg, this picturesque town is a blend of rich history, Baroque architecture, and serene riverfront landscapes.
Straddling the borders of Poland and Germany, Muskau Park, or "Fürst-Pückler-Park Bad Muskau," is a sprawling, picturesque garden, renowned as a masterpiece of garden design and an embodiment of harmony between nature and architecture.
Perched atop a basalt hill in Lower Silesia, Poland, Grodziec Castle is a captivating blend of medieval architecture and natural splendor. A fortress with a 1000-year-old history, this castle is a living museum of war, romance, and royalty.
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