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State capital of Baden-Wuerttemberg

Lovable metropolis of Baden-Württemberg - Stuttgart The state capital of Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart (625,000 inhabitants), covers an area of about 205 square kilometres on both sides of the Neckar River in Württembergisch-Schwaben. Most of Stuttgart's 23 city districts are located on the left bank of the Neckar, as are the five districts of the Inner City or Stammheim. On the right bank of the river are Untertürkheim and the greater part of Bad Cannstatt, among others...


The city on the Elbe

The charm of Hamburg enchants with countless attractions - Hamburg is more popular than ever as a tourist destination: The city on the Elbe records over 12 million overnight stays per year and is therefore even more popular with tourists than Paris. Considering the many attractions and sights that Hamburg has to offer, it is not surprising that so many people visit this cosmopolitan city in northern Germany. Those who are attracted to the port of Hamburg, for example, will quickly understand why it is called "the gateway to the world"...


Fantastic metropolis on the Rhine

With more than one million inhabitants, the city of Cologne is one of the most populous cities in North Rhine-Westphalia. The city on the Rhine is not only popular because of the famous Cologne Cathedral, it is also known as the stronghold of the federal state during carnival time. Whoever travels to Cologne should always be in a good mood and be able to embark on an adventure. Cologne's most striking landmark, the cathedral, should not be missed on a city trip...

Baltic Sea

The Baltic Sea is one of the most popular German travel destinations

Every year tourists from Germany and abroad enjoy the sun on the Baltic Sea coast, do water sports or simply relax in the unspoilt nature. The Baltic Sea stretches from Flensburg in the west, borders Sweden and Finland in the north on the Gulf of Bothnia and reaches as far as St. Petersburg in the east.There are a total of nine countries on the Baltic Sea. One of them is Germany. The German Baltic Sea and its islands On the German Baltic Sea coast you can have a wonderful holiday...

North Sea

The North Sea is one of the most popular travel

The North Sea is one of the most popular travel destinations in Germany. Here you can explore the coast, islands and mainland, which have a special attraction. The North Sea is the perfect place to relax the soul and pamper the body with sports and spa offers all around. The North Sea is unique. The world's largest tidal flats stretch from the Dutch coast to Denmark. The Wadden Sea is a very fertile ecosystem. Although the water of the North Sea has a very high salt content, the Wadden Sea is extremely fertile. Countless different animals and plants can be found there...

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