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Bavaria's glittering capital

Munich Church of Our Lady (Frauenkirche)
Munich, the modern metropolis on the banks of the river Isar, is a dream city come true, deep in the south of Germany. With its uniquely laid-back attitude and tolerant cosmopolitan outlook, Munich is always worth a visit!
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Political and cultural capital with a turbulent history

Berlin Brandenburg Gate, Copyright BTM
Once the capital of Prussia and leading cultural centre of the 1920s, today the new capital of Germany is characterised by its dazzling modernity and breathtaking architecture. Berlin is reinventing itself once again. Few cities have been shaped to such an extent by history and undergone as much major transformation as Berlin.
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City of contrasts

Frankfurt Skyline
Frankfurt, "city of contrasts", has the tallest building in Europe, the famous Zeil shopping street and an internationally renowned trade fair centre. The picturesque Römerberg square is lined with historical timber-framed buildings.
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Gateway to the world

Hamburg Alster
Hamburg has it all: a wonderful location on the Elbe and Alster rivers, lively nightlife in St. Pauli, captivating musicals, unforgettable theatre, the "Michel" and the harbour. Hamburg is also loved for its culture.
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The art capital on the Rhine

Cologne EU flag in front of the cathedral
The cityscape of Cologne has been shaped by 2,000 years of cultural history and a combination of Roman, medieval and modern influences. The famous landmark at the heart of the city, Cologne Cathedral, is a meeting place for people from all over the world.
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Multifaceted city

Stuttgart Palace Square with fountain
Surrounded by rolling hills, forests and vineyards at the heart of the Neckar valley, this regional capital has an unforgettable setting and a wealth of architectural styles that give it a charm of its own.
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Romantic town on the River Neckar

Heidelberg Old Bridge and Castle, copyright Heidelberg Kongress und Tourismus GmbH
Heidelberg's famous castle and its picturesque old quarter have inspired artists, poets, writers and composers for centuries. The German Romantics were primarily responsible for giving Heidelberg its iconic status.
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Fashion capital and center of culture on the Rhine

Düsseldorf Gehry buildings in Media Harbour
Düsseldorf is a vibrant, modern city on the Rhine – elegant, welcoming and cosmopolitan with a typically light-hearted Rhenish attitude. Fashion, culture and lifestyle are its signatures.
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Gutenberg's town

Romans, Emperor Barbarossa, Gutenberg - printer of the Gutenberg bible, and eminent Electors once held sway in this important town on the Rhine. Today Mainz is a regional capital and a picturesque and modern social and economic centre.
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Vibrant medieval town

Nuremberg Weissgerbergasse, copyright Congress- und Tourismus-Zentrale Nürnberg
A fascinating symbiosis of modern metropolis with a population of half a million, and medieval centre, dominated by the majestic medieval Kaiserburg Castle. Nuremberg is a vibrant city with a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
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