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Rhön UNESCO Biosphere Reserve – the land of endless horizons

Known as the 'land of endless horizons', the Rhön hills are situated at the tripoint of Bavaria

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A green ribbon on the blue Rhine: Düsseldorf's parks and gardens

A large number of wonderful parks and gardens form a 'green belt' right across Düsseldorf. Beginning at Nordpark with its Japanese Garden, it continues through Rheinpark and Hofgarten gardens and then on through Südpark to Fleher Wäldchen . Other popular green areas in the city include the gardens on the site where the zoo once stood and Ostpark in Grafenberg, famed for its beautiful rhododendrons, along with ...

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Chivalry on the Rhine: Stolzenfels Castle

Stolzenfels Castle sits in splendour on the site where the borders of the electorates of Trier, Mainz and Cologne once met. Today the castle is considered a striking masterpiece and an important symbol of Romanticism on the Rhine. The gate building, Gothic residential tower, main castle building with vaulted banqueting hall, pergola garden and keep are all open to the public. Parts of the castle feature furniture, ...

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Middle Rhine Museum

The permanent exhibition takes up the entire first floor. In addition to this, the museum has a flexible exhibition space in the basement as well as dedicated areas for its collection of drawings and prints and its museum library. All of which have contributed to the museum finally receiving the appreciation it deserves. Opening times: Tuesday-Thursday 10.30am-5pm, Sunday & public holidays 11am-6pm

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The other side of the Rhine: Neuss

Townsfolk, pilgrims and the region's oldest inn The Romans had several good reasons for settling in Neuss. It was located at the end of a Roman road that ran from Lyon through Gaul all the way to Trier and the Rhine. There was also access to other rivers, namely the Erft, Lippe, Ruhr and Wupper. So it is hardly surprising that economic life in Neuss is centred around the port and trade to this day. A walk through the ...

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Germany's most beautiful park: the Rhine Park

The Rhine Park is set in delightful parkland covering 40 hectares in the heart of Cologne. Its present-day form is a reflection of 1950s garden design: the plans were drawn up for the 1957 Federal Garden Show in Cologne. The attention to detail, the layout of its pathways and the many architectural features make the Rhine Park one of the most beautiful landscaped creations from the post-war period and one of the best ...

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Bonn's back garden: Rheinaue Park

The 160-hectare park south of the former government quarter is one of Bonn's most famous landmarks. Covering an area almost as big as the entire city centre, it is a popular attraction both with locals and visitors. At the weekends, and in the summer especially, it is teeming with young people and anyone wishing to spend some time outdoors. There are barbecue areas, a skateboarding park, an adventure playground, beer ...

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A riot of colour: Rhine in Flames

The Rhine in Flames firework spectacular takes place every year from May to September along the most beautiful sections of the Rhine. The event on the section of river close to the former German capital is known as the 'Rhine in Flames in the Siebengebirge hills'. An incredible firework display lights up the skies above the riverbank promenades and places of historical interest, while Bengal lights bathe the entire ...

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A Roman favourite: the Middle Rhine

The Upper Middle Rhine Valley, one of the oldest and most magnificent cultural landscapes in the whole of Europe, is also considered the epitome of Romanticism on the Rhine. The approx. 65km section between Koblenz and the towns of Bingen and Rüdesheim was awarded UNESCO World Heritage status in 2002 in recognition of the beauty and diversity of this stretch of the river. It also boasts an impressive number of ...

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