Eye on the World: Germany, Italy & Switzerland written by Kristina Viera | Posted on August 16th, 2012 PausePlayPlayPrev|Next Germany, Italy & Switzerland Munich's New Town Hall features stunning Gothic Revival architecture. Dachau Concentration Camp, located just outside Munich, was destroyed by the Nazi party in 1945. Two barracks, however, were rebuilt in remembrance. Dachau Concentration Camp was the first concentration camp built by the Nazi party—all other camps were built in its likeness. You can't visit Germany and skip the bratwurst. Neuschwanstein Castle, located in southwest Bavaria, Germany, was the inspiration for Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle. Wieskirche, Pilgrimage Church of the Scourged Saviour, was designed in the famed rococo style. Piazza San Marco is a stunning site in the middle of busy Venice, Italy. When visiting Venice, Italy, you must experience a gondola ride through the narrow canals. We fell in love with the atmosphere of the Italian waterways in Venice. We were delighted to indulge in this Italian meal, getting our hands dirty peeling delicious freshly caught prawns. Nothing compares to the stunning scenery as you cross the Swiss border from Italy. Pilatus-Bahn, the world's steepest cog railway, was—and remains to be—our preferred method of travel to the top of Mount Pilatus. The view from Pilatus-Bahn, the world's steepest cog railway. You can hear the echo of the alpine horns from all across the mountain range. The view from the summit of Mount Pilatus, 7,000 ft. above sea level, will take your breath away. Find your way to New York or Mumbai from the middle of the Black Forest in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. We enjoyed a cuckoo clock demonstration featuring extremely intricate clocks, some priced over $4,900. The view of Heidelberg, Germany from Heidelberg Castle. This beautiful river flows through the center of Heidelberg, Germany separating Old Town and New Town. Outdoor sculptures are prominent throughout Frankfurt, Germany. The juxtaposition of old and new is seen throughout Frankfurt, Germany. Frankfurt's Old Town Square was destroyed during World War II, then rebuilt in the 1950s.