Munich Cathedral

Munich City Guide

When you think of Munich, the first thing that most likely comes to your mind is Oktoberfest with all the delicious beer and savory food, such as currywurst or sauerkraut, or perhaps the traditional Christmas markets with their snowy and magical atmosphere. However, there is much more to Munich than that. This city is truly […]

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Airport bus Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) is the third largest airport in Germany in terms of number of passengers since it has handled over 24 million passengers in 2017. The airport serves the city of Düsseldorf and the majority of North Rhine-Westphalia (along with Cologne Bonn Airport, Dortmund Airport and Münster Osnabrück Airport). Düsseldorf Airport is a hub […]

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Munich Panorama

City Break Munich

Day 1 Start your first day in Munich with the sightseeing of the Old Town. First stop on your tour is Frauenkirche (en. Cathedral of Our Dear Lady), the main cathedral in Munich. The cathedral was built in the second half of 15th century in late Gothic style. Frauenkirche is special because it has two […]

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Koln panoramic view

Top things to do in Cologne

Although still in the shadows of Berlin and Munich, Cologne or as German know it, Köln, offers endless attractions and is regularly voted Germany’s most popular tourist destination. It’s a city where it is so easy to have a good time, especially in the beer halls in the Old town or during the springtime Carnival. […]

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Visit Frankfurt

If you thought you knew what every German city looks like – you were wrong. Frankfurt am Main is unlike the rest of Germany. Concrete, glass and steel skyscrapers are home to more than 5 million inhabitants and numerous powerful, worldwide-known companies, which make ‘Mainhattan’ a significant finance and business hub. Apart from its economic […]

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