Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for German houses. Get inspired and try out new things.
Walking through the small towns of Franconia and Bavaria might feel a bit like strolling through the German pavilion at Disney’s Epcot—except this is as authentic as it gets. Traditional timbered houses, historic town squares, steep cobblestone streets, centuries-old churches both Gothic and Baroque—there’s a photo op at every turn and German flavors (schneeballen, schnitzel, bratwürst) to be consumed. Here, 12 picture-perfect towns straight out of the pages of Brothers Grimm.
Grace saved to Pretty Places
The fairytale towns in Germany can't be missed. Travel writers and locals pick the prettiest towns in Germany, across the entire country.
Klára Zicháčková saved to Travelling ideas
Travel in Germany is easy & there is lots to see. Check out the Black Forest, Cologne, Hamburg, Bavaria, the capital city of Berlin or Frankfurt. Take pictures of cute German houses and German city aesthetic. This blog post gives you the top 15 places to see in Germany and create your perfect Germany travel itinerary. #germany #travel #munich #frankfurt #cologne #hamburg #bavaria #frankfurt #berlin #aesthetic #houses #blackforest #whattodoingermany
Odyssey A-Go-Go saved to LOVE | Adventure
Germany Tourism invited me to visit Franconia, a wine region within greater Bavaria, as a journalist. I gladly accepted since I adore German wines. What I didn't expect was how much I would love not just the wine but also the area itself. Almost every town is charming and picturesque with a storybook feel that, as someone raised in the USA, is just something I can't get at home.
Destiny Dickerson saved to German Styled Homes
A blandly-styled, ho-hum home is gutted and reborn.
Name: Brad and Amy, with twins Oliver and Evelyn Location: Ada, MichiganSize: 4,600 square feetYears lived in: Almost 2 years, ownedThis big modern house is the happy place for a family of four (plus a very spoiled rescue dog!). A casual family that loves entertaining friends and family (pre-COVID times), they wanted their home to be a reflection of that. Throughout the house are nods to the people they are and the places they’ve been.
Rachel Hessemyer saved to For the Home
After two nights exploring Nurburgring and all the many adrenaline-fuelled fun to be had here, it was finally time to leave and head off on the next leg of our road trip – the bit
Tracey Thomas saved to Germany