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Wertheim Village Shopping Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Hop aboard your luxury coach in central Frankfurt for your journey to Wertheim Village the luxury shopping outlet roughly 1 hour away. Choose from the Express Option or Experience Option below and after your day of shopping simply meet back up with your host at the prearranged time to return to Frankfurt.Express Option:On arrival at Wertheim Village leave your coach and head inside to enjoy 4 hours or more of shopping at leisure. Explore the spacious outdoor mall independently and browse the wares at some 110 luxury shops discovering mens’ and womens’ clothing sportswear
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Nuremberg and Rothenburg Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Nuremberg Half-Day Trip from Frankfurt: (5 Hours)Meet your guide at the prearranged meeting point in central Frankfurt then travel by luxury coach to the Bavarian city of Nuremberg. A city as aesthetically pleasing as it is historically interesting Nuremberg has a colorful history from the Nuremburg Trials to its fame throughout the ages as a European trade and commerce center.Marvel at the sights of the city’s distinctive red-roofed buildings stretched around the Imperial Nuremberg Castle (Kaiserburg). Stroll around the Old Town with your guide for a glimpse of the original city walls and see the romantic timber-framed houses in the Castle Quarter.Depending on your preference spend the rest of your time independently exploring either majestic Nuremberg Castle or the Germanic National Museum (the entrance fee to your choice of one attraction is included)
From EUR218.00
 
Heidelberg and Rothenburg Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Leave Frankfurt and travel southwest to Heidelberg in the northern Baden-Württemberg region – roughly an hour away. The romantic city is perhaps best known for Heidelberg Castle a vast set of ruins that tower above the medieval center. Referred to as ‘the Schloss’ by locals the castle is a quintessential fairytale fortress with Gothic-Renaissance architecture lavish grounds and heart-stopping views. Head inside and explore the ruins with your guide walking through its large courtyard and along the terrace. Take in the sweeping views and then admire some of the castle’s artifacts like the wine barrel that is said to be the largest in the world.After your castle tour
From EUR218.00

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Aventinus House

Also within the Burg is the house of Johannes Thurmayr, aka Aventinus (1477-1534) a humanist scholar and historian who wrote a history of Bavaria.He lived here for a couple of years (1509-1510) when...
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Burg-3

One of the interesting aspects of the Burg is that there are people who live in the houses within the enclosure of this citadel.One of the buildings here was a prison for women accused of witchcraft. ...
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Burg-2

The street in the middle of the Burg provides a beautiful and interesting walk of about 1 Km. There are some points where it is possible to get panoramic views of the Market Square, of the river and,...
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St Jakob

The parish church of St Jakob is one of the main features of the Market Square.The original church, that was there since the 12th Century, was distroyed by a fire in 1353, the same fire that...
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Markt

The Markt (market square) is surrounded by stately buildings from the 16th century. Some of them are public buildings, such as the Rathaus and the Library, but many are private houses.There are many...
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St Hedwig

Also the small gothic chapel of St Hedwig is within the walls of the Burg.It was built between 1479 and 1489.The gothic style, which is so awe-inspiring in cathedrals, has a more romantic flair whan...
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The Altstadt (old city)

Burghausen is a typical representative of the Inn-Salzach cities with their characteristic architecture (others are - along the Inn - Hall in Tirol, Rattenberg, Kufstein, Wasserburg, Braunau and...
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Burg

The main feature of Burghausen is the Burg, a long citadel on the top of a low hill overlooking the river Salzach.It dates back to the 12th century and is the longest castle in Europe: m 1043.The...
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The Burg (Castle) of course

The castle is on top of a long and narrow ridge about 60 meters above the old city and the Salzach river at the eastern and the Wöhrsee lake at the western side.
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In the Burg

This tower stands on a square in the northernmost court of the castle. This is one of the wider parts of the castle.
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Centre of the Altstadt

All the old city - stretching between the Castle and the Salzach river - contains lots of treasures from gothic, renaissance and baroque times.
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The Wöhrsee lake

This lake is a relic of the last galcial age and offers great leisure activities right below the castle almost in the heart of the city
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Ludwigsberg 4, Bavaria, Burghausen (Salzach), Bavaria, 84489, Germany
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Raitenhaslach 9, Burghausen (Salzach), Bavaria, 84489, Germany
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Stadtplatz 39, Burghausen (Salzach), Bavaria, 84489, Germany
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Mehringer strasse 47, Burghausen (Salzach), Bavaria, 84489, Germany
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Hans-Stiglocher-Str. 11, Burghausen, 84489, de
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Robert-Koch-Strasse 211, 84489
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"Burghausen"
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"The Longest Castle in Europe"
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"Burghausen"
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dannebro

"I like this town"
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cavia

"Burghausen: The kilometer Long Castle"
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