Rajisha enjoys German holiday; shares pictures for her fans

Photo: Instagram/@rajishavijayan

Young starlet Rajisha Vijayan recently enjoyed a European sojourn, visiting some iconic places on the continent. Her pictures from the historic city of Nuremberg in Germany captured the hearts of travel lovers. Earlier, Rajisha had given major travelling goals by posting her vacation pictures from Goa on her Instagram page.

Germany beckons travel enthusiasts from all over the world to enjoy its picturesque hamlets, historically significant places and many other interesting attractions.

Picturesque city
Nuremberg is a city in Bavaria, which is the biggest province in Germany. It is situated around 170 kilometres North of the iconic Munich city. Nuremberg is one of the favourite destinations for both domestic and international tourists.

Imperial Palace, St. Lawrence church and the Nazi trial grounds are some of the popular attractions. Besides, this city has around 54 museums that depict the art and cultural heritage of the country. The oldest globe in the world and the 500-year-old icon of Modanna never fail to mesmerize visitors.

The tour operators in the city offer many exciting tour packages for visitors. There are tour packages just to visit historically significant spots and places that are related to Nazi history. Moreover, a ride on the mini train around Nuremberg city is a unique experience. There are six amusement parks, lots of green zones, escape rooms, bowling and rock climbing areas, cart racing tracks, mini golf courses, theatres, cinema halls, ponds and thermal spas in the city to woo the tourists.

The Christkindlemarkt which is the largest Christmas market in the world is also known as the gingerbread capital. You could try various delicacies from around the world at the swanky eateries. The tourism board issues special cards for the tourists to visit the places in the city for two days. Using this card, tourists can board public transport free of cost. Besides, there is free entry for them at the museums too. 

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