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  • Cool, sophisticated, cutting edge and packed to the very tip of its iconic TV tower with culture, history and character, Berlin is one of Europe’s undisputed bucket list capitals. At its very heart famed Museum Island oozes with everything from classical antiquities plucked from Babylon to Troy, while the darker tales of the 20th century can be uncovered at spots like Checkpoint Charlie, the crumbling remnants of the Berlin Wall and the striking Jewish Memorial by Peter Eisenman. Then there’s boho centre of Friedrichshain Kreuzberg, awash with cafes and cool jazz joints, ad hoc craft studios and artsy...   More

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  • Cologne, founded 2000 years ago by the Romans, is one of the oldest cities in Germany. The twelve Romanesque churches and the famous cathedral attest to how important the city was as a religious centre. Today Cologne has a relaxed, almost provincial atmosphere. Its historic centre is ideal to explore on foot. Besides the many ecclesiastic buildings the city also offers a number of interesting museums and historic structures. Anyone who’s ever wondered where cologne came from need not worry any more. This type of fragrance is named after Cologne, the German city where it was invented. Germany’s 4th lar...   More

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  • Situated in the Far East corner of Germany, Dresden boasts a reputation for being one of the country’s most striking cities. Before it was severely damaged in World War II, the city was known as the Jewel Box because of its lavish collection of stunning art and architecture. After many years, most of the tourist attractions in Dresden haven been fully restored, including world famous landmarks like the magnificent Zwinger Palace and the Semper Opera House. Dresden, which is the capital of the Free State of Saxony, is situated along the pretty Elbe River. This remarkable city is truly a cultural and architec...   More

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  • The capital of North Rhine Westphalia, Dusseldorf is a destination for artistic souls and major businesses alike. Part of the Rhine Ruhr conurbation, which includes both Cologne and Bonn, it’s a place that’s bloomed with culture over the years, offering a distinctive character and a wide range of activities. Although well known for its fashion and arts scene, the attractions of Dusseldorf are not just limited to its world renowned trade fairs or extremely rich culture. The city is located in western Germany and is famous for its nightlife, especially around the Altstadt, an Old Town along the river Rh...   More

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  • Frankfurt is the fifth biggest city in Germany and furthermore the biggest city in the province of Hesse. Arranged on the Main River, Frankfurt is Europe's money related capital and a worldwide center point for the travel industry, business, training and culture. It has the busiest airplane terminal in Germany and one of the world's biggest stock trades. Despite the fact that it appears as though the city is all work and no play, at its heart it stays to appeal and antiquated. Frankfurt has excellent parks, riverside ways, gardens, superb neighborhoods and interesting bars serving apple wine with yummy lo...   More

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  • Hamburg has had a strong maritime tradition throughout its history including it becoming an Imperial Free City in 1189 AD and a cornerstone of the Hanseatic League in the years to follow. What to see in Hamburg includes theatres, museums and over 100 musical venues that the city is home to. Some of the better know Hamburg tourist places are the Deutsches Schauspielhaus, the Museum of Art and Industry and the English Theatre of Hamburg. Historic Hamburg tourist sites include the New Town or the Warehouse District both of which were established during the 17th century. Beyond Hamburg tourism, the city is also known...   More

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  • Heidelberg is a perfect goal for any explorer who wishes to encounter the beautiful excellence of the lavish forests, old town engineering and destroyed manors of Germany's Rhineland. The city's pleasant area on the Neckar River in southwest Germany has made Heidelberg a best goal for travelers since the 1800s. Adulated by artists like Goethe, painted by specialists like Turner and rapped by writers like Schumann Heidelberg epitomizes the soul of the sentimental Rhineland. As the nation's most seasoned college town, it's a shockingly enthusiastic city as well, bragging a luring exhibit bars and ea...   More

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  • The biggest city in Germany's government province of Saxony, Leipzig is frequently called the City of Heroes for its driving job in the 1989 law based insurgency and the fall of the Berlin Wall. Leipzig is additionally known for its dynamic expressions and culture scene molded by well known music writers like Bach, Richard Wagner and Felix Mendelssohn. It has been an exchange city since the seasons of the Roman Empire since it's set on the intersection of two essential medieval exchange courses, known as Via Regia. Visitors today can appreciate exhibitions of Bach's music at the St. Thomas Church wher...   More

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  • Best known as the origin of the world famous Oktoberfest, Munich is a major international hub for research, technology and medicine. The capital of the state of Bavaria, Munich is Germany’s most prosperous city, boasting research universities and global companies like BMW and state of the art science museums such as the Deutsches Museum. However, Munich is not all business. This vibrant city offers one of Germany’s best culture scenes, presenting several sophisticated opera houses and theatres like the National Theatre. The city centre is an attractive blend of classic and modern architecture, teeming...   More

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