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Stuttgart at night

10 tips for Stuttgart

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10 tips for Stuttgart 600,000 inhabitants live in Stuttgart, the capital in the heart of Baden-Württemberg. Anyone who has not gone to Berlin to Prenzlauer Berg knows at the latest since Max Herre’s “1ste Liebe” about the value of the...
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10 tips for Ulm

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Ulm Ulm’s cathedral dominates the city’s skyline from afar, but Schapfenmühle, Ulm’s town hall and the Metzgerturm are also among the most important buildings in the city. Whether strolling along Hirschstraße, a relaxed walk along the city wall or a...
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10 tips for Cologne

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Cologne Cologne, with its 1.1 million inhabitants, is the fourth largest city in Germany after Berlin, Hamburg and Munich and the largest in North Rhine-Westphalia. As a cultural and economic metropolis, the city has international significance. Thanks to Cologne Cathedral...
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Heidelberg castle

10 tips Heidelberg

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Heidelberg The city of Heidelberg is popular with tourists. The picturesque location on the Neckar, the beautiful old town and above all the well-preserved castle, ensure high visitor numbers throughout the year. These classics should not be missing during a...
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Brandenburg gate in Berlin

10 Tips for Berlin

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Berlin Berlin is not only our attractive and dazzling capital, but also one of the most popular European destinations. There is always something going on in the big city – this is not surprising with so many inhabitants. Whether it’s...
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Regensburg View on Stone bridge and Danube

10 tips for Regensburg

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Regensburg 10 tips for travel enthusiasts Highlight Regensburg: Such a well-preserved historical townscape had to be crowned a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site: Stone bridge, St. Peter’s Cathedral, the old town hall and the castle of Thurn und Taxis are...
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Jakob Fugger statue

10 Tips for Augsburg

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Augsburg Augsburg, the third largest city of Bavaria, is located in the administrative district of Swabia. It is ancient but still modern and offers a lot of attractions. A visit to this city, which is probably the oldest city in...
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Hamurg - Alster

10 Tips for Hamburg

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Hamburg With almost two million inhabitants, the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg is Germany’s second largest city. Unlike Berliners, most Hamburgers would not claim to live in a cosmopolitan city. With Hanseatic understatement, they are content to be North...
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Nuremberg churches

10 Tips for Nuremberg

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Nuremberg Nuremberg is world famous for its gingerbread. Bavaria’s second largest city has so much more to offer. After it was almost completely destroyed in the Second World War, its inhabitants affectionately rebuilt it and made the city a recommendable...
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Leipzig

10 Tips for Leipzig

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Leipzig The city trip enjoys great popularity and German cities in particular are often very worthwhile destinations. If you want to spend a few days in a great German city, you should go to Leipzig, where you can spend some...
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