A Cosmopolitan City rich in contrasts
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Romantic castle in Hohenschwangau
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The stylish city of Munich is known worldwide for the Oktoberfest, but also has plenty of other cultural, recreational, and shopping highlights.
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Cologne is located on the Rhine River and known for its lively art and culture scene, its carnival, and Cologne Cathedral.
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Hamburg not only has Germany’s largest port, but also offers tourists a host of other attractions including St. Pauli and Speicherstadt, the world’s largest warehouse district.
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Dresden, the capital of the German state of Saxony, is famous for its museums, churches, and exhibitions.
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Technology lovers can get their fill in Hockenheim, Stuttgart, and Speyer.
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Try out some traditional specialties of the region around Frankfurt.
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Enjoyment is an important part of life in Frankfurt.
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Nature, culture, and hospitality
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Spa and wellness culture in the region around Frankfurt
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