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Located in the south east of Germany and once the capital of Bavaria, Munich is what many around the world expect when they think Germany -lederhosen, sausages, sauerkraut and tankards of..
Frankfurt am Main is a metropolis at the heart of Europe characterised by compelling contradictions. The traditional and the modern, business and culture, big-city bustle and tranquil..
The city's very name bears witness to its Roman past as the town of Colonia. As well as the legacy from Roman times and the Middle Ages, particularly the world-famous cathedral, Cologne has..
The city's cultural scene blends the traditional and the modern. The Elbe Valley around Dresden boasts lush meadows, magnificent villas and majestic palaces. Few other cities are undergoing..
Düsseldorf's elegant side is typified by the upmarket Königsallee shopping street, while the Gehry buildings in Media Harbour represent modern Düsseldorf. There are more than..
Every year, millions of visitors from all over the world are inspired by this youthful town that is steeped in history. Science and learning have also played their own distinctive part in..
The Black Forest, or Schwarzwald to give it its German name, is famous the world over. Deeply rooted in its traditional culture and possibly best known as the home of the cuckoo clock, the..
Beside the contrasting valleys of the Rhine, Danube and Neckar rivers, Lake Constance, one of the largest German lakes gleams against the panoramic backdrop of the Alps.
Memorial sites for the victims of Nazism.
Dachau concentration camp memorial site, which opened as a place of political education in summer 1965, is also a cemetery for more than 30,000..
Leipzig has been an important influence in European commercial and intellectual life for centuries, and its sights are all part of the Leipzig experience. Historical shopping arcades..
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