Travel across Europe and you will learn many different tricks for navigating each country. From my experience in Germany, I can say that it's fairly easy and stress-free. However, there are still some things that might surprise you. Here are some points for optimizing your travel in Germany and making the best use of your time.
If you have never been to Germany before and would like to spend some time exploring the country, check this guide. I try to balance well-known destinations such as Neuschwanstein Castle with spectacular destinations off the beaten path such as Stralsund or Bamberg.
Use this overview to understand the rankings on the site. The idea is to guide you to destinations based on what you want to see. That be ease of accessibility, hidden gems in remote corners, or historically significant destinations.
Saarbrücken cannot be honestly described as the gem of the Saarland, but it still has something to offer the passing traveler. Come and explore the unique Protestant cityscape and the charming old town of Saarbrücken.
Antwerp is an under-explored destination that lacks the immaculate levels of preservation found in Amsterdam or Bruges. However, it nevertheless outshines its neighbor Brussels in both the quantity and and quality of the preserved architecture.