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April 2008

Apr 09 - May 11
International Bodensee Festival, Lake Bodensee
The International Bodensee Festival takes place for a month around the Bodensee lake in south-west Germany and offers a colorful range of concerts, literary events, exhibitions and theatre performances. This year's theme is 'Fairytales, Myths und Legends'.
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Apr 12 - May 04
Spring Beer Festival, Stuttgart
Stuttgart Spring Beer Festival is by far the largest and most popular festival of its kind in Europe. Every year large numbers of visitors flock to this mammoth 23-day event.

Apr 16 - Apr 20
Art Cologne, Cologne
Germany's leading art fair on the Cologne exhibition ground shows a comprehensive overview of 20th and 21st-century art - from classical modernism to the very latest contemporary works now becomes a spring fair. It serves as an international market where artists and connoisseurs from all over the world meet to inform themselves about the latest art movements and to buy and sell art.

Apr - Jun
Asparagus Festivals
Asparagus is Germany's "King of Vegetables" and its harvest is an eagerly anticipated sign of spring. Every year the asparagus season is celebrated with the asparagus festivals where creative and traditional asparagus treats will be presented by local and international exhibitors. Two of the most popular are the festivals held in Schweztingen and Buechenau.