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Heidelberg

 
Heidelberg Heidelberg on Neckar river is set among lovely hills, where the Neckar valley opens into the Rhine valley. Its famous 600-year-old University of Heidelberg (the oldest in Germany, founded in 1386) has several Renaissance towers and turrets at the base of a hill near Heidelberg Castle. Be warned: It is a draw for fleets of tour buses in the summer. The best way to enjoy the town is to stroll along the Hauptstrae in the old section to mingle with the local crowds and to sit at one of the many street cafes or beer halls. Also visit the Heidelberg Castle which changes colors with the different angles of the sun. View the city from the Karl-Theodor Bridge which citizens of Heidelberg just call Alte Brucke (Old Bridg...
 

Sinsheim

 
Sinsheim Sinsheim is a town in southwestern Germany, in the Rhine Neckar Area of the state Baden-Wurttemberg between Heidelberg and Heilbronn in the district Rhein-Neckar. Sinsheim's main tourist attraction is the Sinsheim Auto & Technik Museum, actually situated in the suburb Steinsfurt, displaying a collection of historic vehicles to over 1 million visitors per year. Additionally, Sinsheim has a historic city core; the Altes Rathaus (old city council) is a museum for the town and its role in the 1848 revolution. The town is overlooked by an old fortress, Burg Steinsberg in the village of Weiler. With its octagonal tower, dating back to the 13th century, it has sometimes been called the compass of the Kraichgau region, and...
 

Berlin

 
Berlin Berlin is a touristic hot spot with plenty of brilliant museums, great shopping and pulsating nightlife. The German capital is one of the great cities of the world and is home to lovely parks, monuments, shopping and historical sites. Currently going through a new cultural renaissance, innovative art abounds in trendy neighborhoods like Kreuzberg and Prenzlauerberg where there are countless art galleries, small clubs and theatres. Without a doubt, Berlin is a must for any urban traveler. Berlin ranks with London, New York and Paris as one of the great cities of the world. Whether you want to visit historic sights including castles and palaces, the Riechstag or the Berlin Wall, you will want to include Berlin in ...
 

Cologne

 
Cologne Cologne offers great nightlife, a wide selection of historic sites and museums and excellent shopping. Cologne, with a cityscape dominated by the Cologne Cathedral, has a vibrant intellectual community and is a favorite destination for young as well as old who flock to the city to enjoy the numerous activities, the great location on the Rhine and the regional cuisine. ==== COLOGNE - SIGHTSEEING The Cologne Cathedral - The Koeln Dom - Germany's largest cathedral, the Cologne Cathedral took over 600 years to complete, starting in 1248. The Cologne Cathedral is 144 meters long, 86 meters wide and has 157 meter-tall spires. The Cathedral houses the relics of the 3 wise men as well as countless other artifacts. Make ...
 

Munich

 
Munich The beautiful city of Munich, the capital of Bavaria is situated on the Isar River in the heart of Bavaria. Offering a mix of old world charm and a vibrant cosmopolitan lifestyle, Munich is a city that will delight people of all ages. Its prime location makes Munich a great starting point for touring the Alps, visiting the Neuschwanstein Castle,the beautiful Cheimsee Lake or the historic towns and villages of Bavaria. Known for its beer gardens, Bavarian traditions and traditional German foods and restaurants, Munich is not a city to visit if you are on a diet or if you are shy about sitting down at a table with strangers. ==== MUNICH - SIGHTSEEING Munich is a green city with numerous parks. The Englischer Garte...
 

Speyer

 
Speyer Speyer, a free city of the Holy Roman Empire from 1294 until 1779, is best known for having the most impressive Romanesque cathedral in all of Christendom, the Dom St. Maria under St. Stephan. ==== SPEYER - LOCATION It lies 25 km south of Ludwigshafen and Mannheim. Its oldest known name was Civitas Nemetum, named by a Teutonic tribe, the Nemeter, settling in this area. Around the year 500 the town received the name Spira after the stream Speyerbach which flows into the Rhine here. ==== SPEYER - HISTORY In 346 AD Speyer was mentioned for the first time as a diocesan town, the first churches and monasteries were built in the 6th and 7th centuries, among them not only the earliest verifiable church of St. Ger...
 

BadenWurttemberg

 
BadenWurttemberg Baden-Wurttemberg is together with Bavaria the largest Southern region in Germany. Famous tourist attractions are the Black Forest with its sparkling mineral springs. The best known spa (and also casino) here is Baden-Baden which is visited for its healing water. Freiburg is also called the gateway to the Black forest. This university-city has a lot of architectural work to offer, and a lot of south German atmosphere as well. Another older university town situated in the north of Baden-Wurttemberg is Heidelberg, the most famous place on the river Rhine. The capital of this region is Stuttgart which is full of green areas and is an very open city. For other interesting places visit Friedrichshafen, Lake constance...
 

Trier

 
Trier Trier is a 2000-year-old Roman city near Luxembourg, the oldest city in Germany! It was home to six Roman emperors and has many ruins including the impressive Porta Nigra (the Black Gate), a four-story structure that was once part of the city's walls. Roma Secunda, the second Rome, was another name for Trier, and nowhere else in Germany are Roman times so vividly recalled as here. The city is situated in a rather narrow valley of the river Moselle and surrounded by forests, wineyards and nice villages. Trier itself has about a 100.000 inhabitants and a strange sounding dialect. It is also the birthplace of Karl Marx and a university town with a lively nightlife and interesting Franco-German cuisine. ==== TRIER ...
 

Erfurt

 
Erfurt Erfurt is the capital city of the federal state of Turingia in Germany. It is placed almost at the geographical center of the country and it is known as one of the German cities that survived best the bombing raids during world war two. The town has a beautiful and always crowded market place where you can buy craftmanship, typical food, grocery, and a lot more. There you can find the dominant building of this city, the cathedral or Dom. If you want to visit the interior of the church, ask first for the opening schedule. ==== ERFURT - ABOUT THE CITY Erfurt is a city that should not be missed on a tour of Germany. Travelers focusing their time on the more touristy sights of Bavaria, will be rewarded by heading e...
 

Hannover

 
Hannover Hannover, Germany is a major hub for international trade fairs and is the capital of Neidersachsen (Lower Saxony). The city is home to roughly 500,000 people and is home to a myriad of lovely gardens, historical architecture and of course, the famous Hannover Messe, which hosts some of the biggest trade shows in the world. ==== HANNOVER - LOCATION Located in the state of Lower Saxony, (Neidersachsen), Hannover is the capital of the state and is inland from the North Sea coast and close to the Harz National Forest. Located within a few hours of Hamburg and Dusseldorf, the city is a great place to start or end a vacation or business trip in. ==== HANNOVER - SIGHTSEEING One of the most famous sights are the R...
 

 

 

 

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