Located in the south east of Germany and once the capital of Bavaria, Munich is what many around..Frankfurt Information
Frankfurt am Main is a metropolis at the heart of Europe characterised by compelling..Cologne Information
The city's very name bears witness to its Roman past as the town of Colonia. As well as the legacy..Heidelberg Information
Every year, millions of visitors from all over the world are inspired by this youthful town that is..Lake Constance (Bodensee) Information
Beside the contrasting valleys of the Rhine, Danube and Neckar rivers, Lake Constance, one of the..Dachau Concentration Camp Information
Memorial sites for the victims of Nazism. Dachau concentration camp memorial site, which opened as..Leipzig Information
Leipzig has been an important influence in European commercial and intellectual life for centuries..
Modern city with charm and tradition.
Hamburg is Germany's second-largest city, its most important sea port and its largest foreign trading centre. Founded in about 811 during the reign of Charlemagne, Hamburg was one of the great Hanseatic cities and has maintained its prominence down the centuries until the present day as a meeting place for the world.
This city on the Elbe River also has an elegant side, with palatial department stores along its boulevards, art centres, international musicals, exclusive shopping arcades and the famous St. Pauli entertainment district.
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