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Basel

Few cities in Europe can match Basel for its concentration of cultural attractions. Tourists to Switzerland’s third-largest city will find more than one museum per square kilometer with a total exceeding 40. Moreover, many of these are housed in buildings that are themselves works of art, designed by great architects that include Renzo Piano, Frank O. Gehry, and Mario Botta. The two sides of Basel are joined by six bridges over the Rhine, as it makes a sharp turn before flowing north to become the German-French border. It’s the higher left bank where you’ll find the old to

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Berlin

Berlin, again undivided capital of Germany since 1991, is one of the most visited cities in Europe together with London, Paris and Rome. Around 135,000 students study in Berlin at a total of 31 universities and colleges. One-fifth of the economic power of Berlin derives from creative and cultural industries – by far more than in any other German city. Berlin is host to many international festivals: e.g. The Berlin Festival, the Literaturfestspiele, the Jazzfest and the Berlinale, the famous international film festival, one of the largest public festivals in the world. Three opera houses,

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Bremen

Home of the “Bremer Stadtmusikanten”, a historic Hansestadt, German origin of science, aviation and space travel – Bremen has many faces. A city with traditional and unusual offers, shopping opportunities, exhibitions, theater or musical performances – the old Europe at its youngest. “Kohl and Pinkel”, Labskaus, and Knipp”: Admittedly, the Bremen cuisine specialties are somehow a bit challenging to get used to – yet, this makes them no less delicious. A mixture of the proximity to the North Sea and connections to rural life forms are the basis of traditional Bremen cuisi

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Dresden

When the night dawns, the city shines in completely different lights and atmospheres. Above all, also in the outskirt Neustadt, one of the largest preserved urban areas of Germany, with approx. 175 gastronomic arrangements is hosting Dresden’s largest pub and club scene. But the student clubs on the southern side of the Elbe, the clubs in the industrial area, or the upscale lively bars of the city center invite you to enjoy a cocktail, long drink, wine or beer to process the day and the cities’ impressions.

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Düsseldorf

”Over seven bridges you have to go …” The song by Peter Maffay would fit perfectly to Düsseldorf, the beautiful state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia. The cityscape of the more than 700 years old city is shaped by seven Rhine bridges. Whoever comes to Düsseldorf does not need to worry about getting bored: Especially fashion shoppers find themselves here in paradise because theme number 1 is fashion. Particularly famous is the internationally known Königsallee, just about one kilometer long, where one exclusive shop joins the next one. Whether Gucci, Prada, Louis Vuitt

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Frankfurt

Frankfurt am Main is the largest city in Hessen and the fifth largest city of Germany. Since the Medieval Ages, Frankfurt am Main has been one of the most important urban centers of Germany. Today, the city is an important international financial center and as well an important industrial, service and exhibition center. The city belongs to the list of world famous cities under economic criteria. Frankfurt am Main is the seat of many large banking houses, the stock exchange and Convention center “Messe Frankfurt”. The International Automobile Exhibition, the Frankfurt Book Fair and the M

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Genf

Nestled between the mountain peaks of the Alps and the hills of the Jura, the French-speaking city of Geneva is located in the bay where the Rhone leaves Lake Geneva. “The Capital of Peace” is the European headquarters of the UNO and headquarters of the Red Cross, with its humanitarian tradition and the world-famous flair. The symbol of the “smallest metropolis in the world” is the Jet d’eau, a water fountain with a 140-meter-high water stream on the edge of Lake Geneva. Geneva is Switzerland’s most international city because it is home to the European he

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Hamburg

The Hansestadt Hamburg, known for its large industrial port, has a culture of shipping and trade history and a party mile which is unparalleled in Europe: the Reeperbahn. In the district of St. Pauli, where the football club of the same name is one of the greatest cult objects in the world, one can celebrate unlike any other place. But Hamburg is still much more than just that. Here you can find every social stratum, from the chic banker to the simple port worker, from the top attorney to the small warehouse worker. While they are separated during the day in clothes and activity, they often

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Hannover

Okay, admittedly: Hannover is not as cool as New York and not as romantic as Paris. But definitely underestimated. In addition to half-timbered buildings in the old town, opera, theaters and shopping opportunities, the city offers a museum landscape with an excellent reputation. Perhaps the most important feature: Hannover is the greenest city in Germany. The “Eilenriede”, the largest city-forest of Hanover, is almost twice as large as the Central Park in New York. And the 2,5 kilometer-long Maschsee is right in the city center. Walking, jogging, skating, biking, sailing and swi

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Heidelberg

Once upon a time Heidelberg was the selected residence of German royals and for centuries a focal point of German history. It is connected with names of noblemen like Wittelsbach, Stuart or Medici, and theologians like Martin Luther or politicians like Friedrich Ebert. The beauty of the location and architecture of the city is conspicuous. It is surrounded by the wooded slopes of the mountains Heiligenbergs and Königstuhls, at the exit of the Neckar from the Odenwald to the Rheinebene, and the Baroque silhouettes of houses, the elegant swing of the bridge over the river and, of course, the

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Heilbronn

For the first time mentioned as “villa Helibrunna” in 741, Heilbronn is now known world-wide through Kleist’s play “Das Käthchen von Heilbronn”. As a city surrounded by green areas, it is embedded in a beautiful landscape, surrounded by a backdrop of forest and vineyards. Heilbronn, the city on the river with the Neckar as a life line, is in constant change. Heilbronn is regarded as the capital of winegrowing in Württemberg and is the center of the largest red wine region in Germany. You can enjoy wine in Heilbronn during a visit to the wine villa or a hike a

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Kiel

Kiel is not only the state capital of Schleswig-Holstein, but also the most northern German city. Due to the proximity to the famous Kiel Canal and its location at the natural harbor Kieler Förde, the sea and navigation had a special influence on the development of the city. This is evident not only in the high number of shipyards and shipping companies and the beaches in the city, but also in the hustle and bustle of the Kiel harbor, where numerous ferry services to Scandinavia and cruise ships wait for their passengers. In 1242, under the name of Holstenstadt tom Kyle Kiel was given the

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Köln

With over one million inhabitants, Cologne is the most populous city in North Rhine-Westphalia; after Berlin, Hamburg and Munich the fourth largest city of Germany. The city is considered as the metropolitan center of Rhein-Ruhr region with about ten million inhabitants. Cologne was founded in Roman times under the name Oppidum Ubiorum, and in 50 AD as Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium raised to a city. The city has an international significance as an economic and cultural metropolis. It is a carnival center and seat of many associations and media companies and is considered to be one of t

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Konstanz

Constance is the largest city on Lake Constance and the capital of the county of Constance. It is part of the Federal Republic of Germany and is located on the border to Switzerland. Konstanz is a lively university town with many cultural and leisure facilities for visitors of all ages. The historic city has a long tradition of trade and culture. Constance is characterized in particular by its many historically significant buildings. During a tour of the Old Town of Constance, which has remained largely unchanged since the Medieval Ages, one can experience the traditional atmosphere of the

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Leipzig

Leipzig is the largest city in the Free State of Saxony and is considered one of the fastest growing cities in Germany. The city is a historical center of business, trade and commerce, administration, culture and education as well as for the creative scene. Leipzig’s tradition as a major center of conventions and trade in Central Europe with one of the oldest trade fairs in the world dates back to the year 1190 and was closely linked to the long-standing role of Leipzig as an international center of the fur trade. The city is also a historical center of book printing. Additionally, Le

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London

The British capital, the heart of the Empire and seat of the English royal house, is often depicted as rainy and always gray. Of course, such a judgement does meet reality by any means. The metropolis with millions of inhabitants on the River Thames sparkle with joy and party spirit, if you know the right corners and understand how to take its citizens. And so this city, located in the heart of the British island, is a popular destination for many partygoers to spend their annual party holidays here. Whether in a pub or a club in London, the nightlife in the British capital does not need to

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München

Of course, a Munich citizen is, for the most part, a Bavarian. Nevertheless, the worldliness of this city, which is one of the most economic regions in Germany, is huge. And then there is something a Munich citizen is particularly proud of: the beer garden season, which culminates in the biggest folk festival of Europe, if not the world. The “Oktoberfest” in Munich is more than worth a visit for partygoers. It is an absolute obligatory program. An evening in Munich can begin with a cultural, high-quality, musical, operetta or theater performance. Somewhere in town, cabaret performers ar

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Rostock

Rostock is a North German large, university and Hanseatic city with access to the Baltic Sea. Rostock has a Baltic Sea port which is important for ferry traffic and cargo handling, as well as the largest German cruise terminal in the Warnemünde district. It is characterized by its location on the sea, its harbor, a lively cosmopolitan cultural scene, as well as beside many other universities, the well-known University of Rostock, founded in 1419 and thus the oldest university in the Baltic Sea region. Rostock relies on leading-edge technologies such as biotechnology, information- and aeros

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Saarbrücken

The present state capital and university town of Saarbrücken was founded in 1909 by the merger of the three independent towns of Saarbrücken, St. Johann a. D. Saar and Malstatt-Burbach. Saarbrücken is the center of a metropolitan area that extends beyond the Saarland-Lorraine border and the political, economic and cultural center of Saarland. Baroque master builder Friedrich Joachim Stengel is one of the most known city’s architects who has changed Saarbrücken’s face: with important monuments like Stengelwerke, Ludwigskirche, the castle of Saarbrücken, or the old town hall.

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Salzburg

The city of Salzburg, divided by the river Salzach, is located in the middle of the Salzburg valley. Salzburg was re-established as a bishop’s seat in 696 and the seat of the archbishop in 798. The fortress Hohensalzburg dates back to the 11th century and is one of the largest medieval castle sites in Europe and a landmark of the city. Salzburg’s most famous Salzburg composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was born here in 1756, which is why the city bears the nickname “Mozartstadt” and the airport is named Salzburg Airport W. A. Mozart. The historical center of the city

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Stuttgart

Stuttgart is the capital of the state of Baden-Württemberg the sixth largest city of Germany. The Stuttgart cityscape is characterized by many hills, vineyards, valleys and green areas, as well as a dense urban development with a lot of post-war architecture, various architectural monuments, church buildings and some high-rise buildings. Despite the well-known Swabian modesty, the university town of Stuttgart has a lot to offer, especially the city center offers itself for strolling and going out. The city has a distinct nightlife, which one should not missed out by any visitor. Whether yo

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Wien

Vienna is the federal capital of Austria and also the most populous city in Austria. Around 2.6 million people live in the greater Vienna area, which is equivalent to around a quarter of the total Austrian population. Architecturally, Vienna is still dominated by the buildings around the Viennese Ringstraße dating back to the early days, but also by Baroque and Jugendstil. Through its role as imperial capital and residence of the Austrian Empire from 1804, Vienna became a cultural and political center of Europe in the 19th century. The historical center of Vienna as well as the Schönbrunn

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Zürich

The city of Zurich is the largest city in Switzerland and the most important economic, scientific and social center of Switzerland. The city is located in the eastern Swiss Mittelland and on the Limmat river at the outlet of Lake Zurich. For years Zürich has been listed as one of the cities with the highest quality of life worldwide. Due to Switzerland’s largest railway station and the airport, the city is a continental transport hub and an international financial center thanks to the large international banks and insurance companies located here. Despite its comparatively low popula

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