Skip Cologne, this is the best city to visit on the Lower-Rhine and comparable with Hamburg or Leipzig for its cultural offerings. It also offers Germany's most varied collection of architecture and is a must for any fan.
This guide takes on a trip to discover the traces of a regional style that almost, but never fully asserted itself. Follow the footsteps and works of Friedrich Stengel, and how his creations define the image of the Saarland.
Today Aachen is known mostly for the Cathedral of Charlemagne, but it was once better known for its resplendent baths and Baroque cityscape. This guide takes you to the remnants of its prewar splendor.
Despite wartime losses, Düsseldorf has a cityscape offering examples of virtually every period in architectural history. It offers Germany's most varied architectural cityscape and is a must for anyone interested in the history of architecture.
Heidelberg's cityscape tells the story of a city returning from the ashes, of artistic exploration and the costs of irreconcilable conflict. Its worth a visit, even with its reputation for tourists.