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Small-Group Trier Day Trip from Frankfurt
"You’ll be picked up from central Frankfurt in the morning and taken on a 2.5-hour drive to Trier. Located in a lovely valley on the banks of the Moselle River Trier offers many historic attractions without being overcrowded by tourists. Your guide will take you on a walking tour to learn about Trier’s intriguing past. Touted as the oldest city in Germany founded around 16 BC Trier was once the capital of an ancient Roman province. The number and quality of surviving monuments are an outstanding testimony to Roman civilization. Today Trier is home to a whopping eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites many of which you'll see on your tour. Visit Cathedral of St Peter and Church of Our Lady and explore several Roman monuments like the Imperial Baths
From EUR225.00
 
Private Tour: Cologne City Highlights
"Start your tour with a pickup from your Cologne hotel and travel into the center of town with your private guide. While relaxing in the comfort of your air-conditioned minivan chat with your guide about the places on your itinerary and if you would perhaps like to focus on one area more than another simply let your guide know.The first stop on your sightseeing tour is Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom) the city’s symbolic landmark and one of Germany’s most striking Gothic monuments. Learn about the Roman Catholic cathedral from the outside of the building while admiring its large frontal facade and then head inside to explore independently. After strolling around the captivating place of worship
From EUR64.00
 
Private Tour: Cologne City Highlights
"Start your tour with a pickup from your Cologne hotel and travel into the center of town with your private guide. While relaxing in the comfort of your air-conditioned minivan chat with your guide about the places on your itinerary and if you would perhaps like to focus on one area more than another simply let your guide know.The first stop on your sightseeing tour is Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom) the city’s symbolic landmark and one of Germany’s most striking Gothic monuments. Learn about the Roman Catholic cathedral from the outside of the building while admiring its large frontal facade and then head inside to explore independently. After strolling around the captivating place of worship
From EUR64.00

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Just stop anywhere that takes your fancy and buy a bottle or a crate. This is when you might want a car to transport it all, but hey, bring a rucksack and at least a couple of bottles can go home with...
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Winery/Altenahr

The Ahr valley is renound for its red wine,and in Altenahr there is a winery at the bottom of the town.This is the place to get your red wine to take home,the winery is very well set out and you can...
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Several shops in the main street

Try the Spar, the small food and drink shop further up, and the wine shop on the other side of the road. The local wine is red, and is a soft fruity wine. Very easy to drink. If you don't drink wine,...
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Open air shop

During season there is a very much improvised open-air shop which sells pumkins in all shapes. Most of them are for decoration purpose only.
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Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik

For anyone who has lived in Germany for the past several decades, this House of the History of the Federal Republic of Germany brings back lots of personal memories. For instance this water truck,...
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Sterntor

Much of medieval Bonn is long gone, but one part that still stands in the Sterntor, a gate from the 13th century city walls. But even this is a bit faked: it's the original design and bricks alright,...
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Beethoven House

Beethoven was born in a small room at the back of this house in 1770. The front part, at that time, was a pub called Im Mohren, which is why that is written across the front of the building. The...
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Castle Stolzenfels

Tourists driving cars (their own or rented, as I did) should know that there are two roads, one on each bank of the Rhine river. But better choose left or right well before, because then you will very...
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Deutsches Eck

Deutsches Eck (German corner) is the headland at the confluence of the Rhein and Mosel rivers. For some reason I'd expected the joining of such big rivers to be visible (some turbulence, perhaps) but...
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Groß St. Martin

First church at this place was founded yet in 960 A.D. Present church dedicated to saint martin of Tours was constructed between 1150 and 1250 and this is one of twelve Romanesque Churches of Cologne....
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