Mozart lived in several apartments in Vienna for several years of his short life. From 1784 to 1787 he lived in the house in Domgasse in the most beautiful and also most expensive apartment of his Viennese time. Today, this is his only surviving apartment in Vienna and can be visited in Mozarthaus Vienna.
In Saxon Switzerland on the banks of the Elbe, there is a bastion. Numerous tourists enjoy the wonderful view over the Elbe valley and the Elbe Sandstone Highlands from here.
We are in Nürnberg at the Kaiserburg (Emperor’s Castle). One can’t miss it as part of the view of the city from up here, the former Nazi party rally grounds. An area so rich in German history that should not ever be forgotten.
A walk to the “Überseestadt” district in Bremen took us to an almost forgotten area. These grounds were the birthplace of Coffee Hag, a great coffee manufactory.