Germany’s economic strength comes from the way of national and local level taxes. Their government imposed taxes on the return from business, commerce, industries, construction, transport and contracting work.

Apart from that the country is full of life. You can visit the recommended places to find the real fun of the place.


In the federal state of Saxony, Leipzig is the largest city. It is known for its vibrant culture and art. Leipzig Zoological Garden ranks first in Germany and one of the most modern zoos in Europe. In Germany, Oper Leipzig is one of the most renowned opera houses. Monument to the Battle of the Nations has built to celebrate the victorious battle against Napoleonic troops. You know about the city history at Old City Hall.

Rugen Island:

In Germany, Rugen is largest island and located at Pomeranian coast in the Baltic Sea. It is connected to the mainland by Rugen Causeway and the Rugen Bridge. Beautiful beaches, romantic seaside resorts and Charming villas all attract visitors to Rugen Island. Cape Arkona is another remarkable place of Rugen Island, where tourists can visit remnants of a Slavic castle, an old lighthouse and a picturesque fishing village.


The Rhine is the most beautiful waterway in Europe. This magnificent river stretches from Swiss canton of Graubünden through Germany empties into the North Sea in the Netherlands. In Germany, there are many places where you can enjoy this majestic river, but the best place to see is the Upper Middle Rhine Valley section. The 65-kilometer stretch of river possess more than 40 medieval castles, terraced vineyards and picturesque villages you can explored all these either by car or by river cruise.

In Europe, you will find Germany having a healthy domestic market for processed food seafood,vegetables, and ready-to-eat meals along with sugar and flour. The country’s chief exports are computer and parts, textile and rice while enjoying imports such as capital goods, intermediate goods, fuel, consumer goods and raw material.