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Berlin

Or are you better off using the city’s excellent public transport, combined with walking and maybe a bit of cycling? [top num=”33″] Since reunification, the…

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Cologne

One of the most iconic images for the round-Europe inter-rail traveller is the Hohenzollern bridge leading out from Cologne Hauptbahnhof station and over the Rhine,…

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Dresden

[top num=”77″] [coming] To follow. [why2 num=”77″] To follow. [whyno2 num=”77″] To follow. Do you need a car in Dresden? Maybe! [ratings2 num=”77″] [footer2 num=”77″]

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Düsseldorf

[top num=”83″] [why2 num=”83″] To follow. [whynot2 num=”83″] To follow. [ratings2 num=”83″] Do you need to a car in Düsseldorf? No! [footer2 num=”83″]

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Frankfurt

Frankfurt might be best known as Europe’s financial heart, and it is very much a work hard, play hard city. Ultimately, Frankfurt’s transport network is…

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Munich

Munich is famous for the Oktoberfest drinking festival, but there’s a lot more to Bavaria than beer. [top num=”187″] However, even when you’ve ticked off…

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Stuttgart

Stuttgart might not have quite the same profile as top German city break destinations like Berlin, Cologne and Munich, but the home of Mercedes and…

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