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Munich 3-Hour Old Town Segway Tour
"All beginnings are difficult – not on a Segway! Before you start your tour of Munich you'll learn how to ride the Segway and realize that it's actually very easy. Experience shows that every customer gets to grips with riding a Segway within minutes. After the initial training you can get on your way and start your tour of the city. the seat of the Bavarian Parliament. This building was constructed between 1857 and 1874 by the architect Friedrich Bürklein and fits in with the surroundings by the Isar River. Up the river you'll see the Museum Island with the Deutsches Museum and the ""Discovering Munich's old city on a Segway is a wonderful experience. You can comfortably drive by the sights and attractions like the English Garden and the Glockenbach neighborhood and enjoy the special flair of the Bavarian state capital. There is altitle=Highlights&1=Small-group+tour&2=Informative%2C+friendly+and+professional+guide&3=Comprehensive+tour+of+the+city""
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Munich City Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"Munich Grand Hop on Hop off TourEnjoy Munich in our open air double-decker buses. Discover the highlights of our city with our comprehensive Hop on Hop off tour. Our route invites you to discover sights such as the Pinakotheken art museums the world famous Hofbrauhaus the National Theater with the Royal Palace Marienplatz and the Viktualien market with its colorful outdoor stalls.Our tour continues to the Palace of Nymphenburg the former summer residence of the Bavarian elector princes and kings with its beautiful and spacious gardens. To get an impression of modern Munich you will visit the Olympic grounds where you will find other attractions like Sea Life the BMW museum and the new BMW Car World. You will have a fantastic panoramic view from the top of the 290 meter high Olympic Tower. Later we will pass through the former artist quarter of Schwabing where you may stroll along Leopold street. The frequent
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Munich City Tour and Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Depart from central Frankfurt in your coach for a 4-hour journey to Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site situated just outside of Munich. When you arrive take a guided tour of the first Nazi concentration camp in Germany.A visit to Dachau offers a sobering yet important look at the history of the Holocaust. Walk the grounds to see the prison bunkers barracks gas chambers
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Starnberger See - Lake Starnberg

Both are close to each other and have some unique sites around the lakes. They are about 25 miles SW of Munich and a lot of locals go her eon weekends. There are a number of little towns/villages...
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Lauf Village

Lauf like Nuremberg and Fuerth is located on the lovely Pegnitz River. It would be lovely to take a long walk along the banks of this river. Wejust had a short walk along the river as we had limited...
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Sculptures

There were lots of interesting details all around Wurzburg. Given more time I am sure I could have found many more. The gardens of the Residence had a huge number of statues mainly of Greek and Roman...
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Hermanfriedhof

Hermanfriedhof is the name of the catholic cemetery in old Augsburg. The inscription above the gate alreadsy indicates the confession: While the protestant cemetery has an inscription in German, here...
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Linderhof

St. Anna Chapel was there already a long time before Linderhof Palace was built. It is quite a simple, small church, dedicated to Holy Anna, the mother of Holy Maria and was built in the year 1684. A...
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Places Closeby

A seperate part of the EFA-Automuseum is dedicated to small-scale car-models and to small-scale trains that are able to go around in a large room. One of the trains is of course the local "Priener...
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Dachau and Dachau Memorial Site

On a cold December morning we took the train to Dachau, small boring german town 20km NW of Munich. I guess noone would ever know about this old medieval town if it wasn’t the area where the Nazis...
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Rontgen Memorial Site

Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen was a German physicist. He was born in 1845. In 1888, he obtained the physics chair at the University of Würzburg. On the 8th of November 1895, while working in his...
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Protestant Cemetery

The two buildings in the old part of the protestant cemetery both date from the era of classicism in the early 19th century. The church dates from 1825. Its architecture reminds me very much of the...
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Oberammergau Village

Oberammergau is a small town 3km north of Ettal and it is another top-destination in Bavaria ! In Oberammergau you will see plenty of houses with paintings on the facades of the buildings. This kind...
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Public baths

Almost in front of Deutsches Museum there is a juwel to be discovered by turist. Whoever has been in Budapest will remember the wonderful public baths in there: Such one is Müllersche Volksbad. The...
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Doner Kebab Shop

I did not sample the kebab but this must be the fanciest doner kebab shop I have ever seen. Next to the Alte Marienbrucke on the fortress side. I like to see old buildings still being used rather than...
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University

Augsburg has a young university. It was officially founded in 1970. One year later the first two of its now seven faculties started their lectures. It is a campus university, located on the southern...
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Mittenwald

When you are in Ettal, dont miss to drive to Mittenwald as well, the distance from Ettal is just about 20km. Mittenwald is famous as a place where violins are built and there is even a school where...
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Marienplatz

This beautiful fountain is a popular meeting place for locals and visitors alike. Obviously it also seems to be famous for some questionable stags (aka stag party guys) who appear in ridiculous...
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Frauenkirche - Church of Our Lady

At noon each day the clock on the west façade, Männleinlaufen, rings to commemorate the Golden Bull of 1356, when seven electors paid homage to Charles IV and it was decreed that each new Emperor...
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St Jakobs Kirche - St. Jacob - James- Church

The Church of St. Jacob or St. James is a historic Lutheran church and the largest church in the city. It serves as a church on the pilgrimage route to St. James Church in Santiago de Compostela in...
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Zugspitze

Zugspitze is a 2,962 m high mountain and with that height the highest mountain of Germany. To visit the top you will have to go by several funiculars or lifts. To visit it is not cheap when you are...
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Old Sausage Kitchen - Wurstkuchl

Said to be the world's oldest sausage kitchen. Beautiful setting, seating inside and outside...incredibly busy at lunchtimes and even beyond (partly thanks to cruise ship passengers like us with...
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Marienbrücke - Mary's Bridge

Hohenschwangau Castle is an attraction until itself but with its close proximity, it is generally visited while in the area to see its more famous cousin, Neuschwanstein. To be perfectly honest, it's...
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