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Berlin, Cologne, Dresden, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hannover, Leipzig, Munich, Nuremberg and Stuttgart: these cities make up the Magic Cities Germany association. For more than 50 years, the marketing alliance is a shared forum for promoting Germany's major city destinations in international markets.
Germany's Magic Cities are well worth a visit at any time of the years. Even if you are interested in art and culture, events and festivals, shopping and relaxation or business and trade fairs, all of these eleven cities offer you a wide spectrum of leisure and business opportunities. Festivities begin early in the year with carnival celebrations in Cologne, Düsseldorf and Munich. In summer, the International Fireworks Competition in Hannover and the Port Anniversary in Hamburg get under way.
Culture lovers should not miss to visit Berlin with its hallmarks Brandenburg Gate or Museum Island. Dresden offers ensembles of Baroque, Renaissance and Foundation period architecture. Music lovers are spoilt when visiting Leipzig where composers like Johann Sebastian Bach and Richard Wagner have made a lasting impression in the musical world. The perfect spot for expanding business contacts is Frankfurt where international trade shows and more than 60,000 conferences and congresses are held annually. For relaxation, Stuttgart with its unique picturesque topographical location, and Nuremberg with its Medieval City Center are ideal holiday destinations.
Come, fall in love with Magic Cities - the most visited cities in Germany!
“Classic Berlin” Up high and all around-Berlin from every angle.
“sweet Cologne”, Discover Cologne in all its chocolatey goodness and enjoy the sweeter side of life.
“Experience Dresden”, Enjoy the unique flair and the beauty of the historic city, the museum treasures and the magnificent landscape.
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“Old Town Walk incl. Boat Trip”, Tour through Düsseldorf’s Old Town famous as the ‘longest bar in the world’ incl. boat tour.
“Goethe Weekend”, Frankfurt is full of curiosities.
“A vibrant Metropolis on the Waterfront”, Discover the most attractive facets of this historic Hanseatic city.
“International Firework Competition”, Let music, drama and fireworks get under your skin!
“In the footsteps of Bach in Leipzig”, Follow the footsteps of the major German composer.
“Royal Munich”, Enjoy the splendour of the Bavarian Royal House with all senses.
“Taste Tour”, Get to know Nuremberg from its most attractive side and enjoy the Franconian specialities.
STUTTCARD, The Discovery Ticket for Stuttgart and the surrounding region
A dozen shopping centers and numerous pedestrian malls offer their merchandise, the "Kurfürstendamm" and the “Friedrichstrasse entices to shop in elegance, as does the legendary "Kaufhaus des Westens", the largest department store on the continent.
Hohe Straße starts from the Cathedral taking you in a modern lively bazaar up to Schildergasse with its large department stores, to Neumarkt with extensive covered shopping malls. Elegant shops are in Breite Straße, Mittelstraße, and flipped-out stores are to be found in Ehrenstraße.
Prager Strasse, Altmarkt and Wilsdruffer Strasse are the shopping centres of the Old City. Dresden's top address for fine shopping is Königstrasse. The Baroque townhouses of the exclusive shopping promenade make an attractive atmosphere for boutiques, art galleries and restaurants.
Düsseldorf , the fashion city, is one of the most elegant shopping metropolises worldwide.The magnificent Königsallee, the exclusive boulevard with countless luxury shops and exquisite malls. Schadowstraße is the shopping street with the highest turnover in Germany.
Exclusive shopping arcades like the Galerie Luise or the Kröpcke Passage lead to the pedestrian zone between Main Station and the Old Town, where department stores, boutiques and shops with many different specialities alternate with bistros and restaurants.
Frankfurt has something to offer for every taste – from the exclusive designer shops of Goethestrasse over the department stores on the Zeil, Germany’s most profitable pedestrian shopping promenade to the weekly flea market held at the Main embankment every Saturday.
Hamburgs city centre boasts Europe's largest selection of glass-roofed shopping arcades. All international designers are represented here, partly with their own flagship stores. The big department stores are located on "Mönckebergstrasse".
Haute couture in the Maximilianstrasse, exclusive design in the passages of the "Fünf Höfen”, flamboyant finds in the Gärtnerplatz district, Souvenirs at Platzl next to the Hofbräuhaus, culinary delights at the "Viktualienmarkt”, the famous central market.
Head to the Trödelmarkt, situated between the Unschlittplatz and Karlsbrücke, for wonderful jewellers, small boutiques and shops selling quirky living accessories. The Handwerkerhof is a must if you’re into ceramic, leather or silverware.
In Calwer Straße exquisite stores tucked away behind the facades of pretty gabled and timber-framed houses invite you to shop as well as in Königstraße. Germany’s largest Pedestrian zone. Fruits and vegetables are offered in Market Hall. Experience the flower market and the Stuttgart flea market.
Amrit- Oranienburger Str. 45, 10117 Berlin, Phone: 030 28884840
Chennai - Knobelsdorffstr. 35, 14059 Berlin, Phone: 030 3634799
Namaskar - Pariser Str. 56-57, 10719 Berlin, Phone: 030 88680648
Jaipur - Marzellenstraße 50-56, 50668 Köln, (City Center) Phone: 0221 137322
Maharadja- Am Malzbüchel 1, 50667 Köln, Phone: 0221 21 85 04
Bombay Restaurant - Am Weidenbach 21, 50676 Köln, Phone: 0221 324343
Jaipur - Louisenstraße 59, 01099 Dresden, Phone: 0351 4568946
Kamasutra - Bodenbacher Straße, 60 01277 Dresden, Phone: 0351 2596080
Maharadscha - Kamenzer Straße 62, 01099 Dresden, Phone: 0351 8030407
Chanakya - , Königsallee 60, Duesseldorf Phone: 0211 880622, www.chanakya.de
Ganesha- Luisenstraße 3, Phone: 0211 37 4400, www.ganesha-duesseldorf.de
Mayur- Hohe Straße 2, Duesseldorf, Phone: 0211 20 40 00 www.restaurant-mayur.de
Frankfurt am Main
Bollywood Chillys- Bethmannstraße 19, 60311 Frankfurt Phone: 069 27135756, www.bollywoodchillys.de
Tandoori Taj- Kaiserstraße 34, 60329 Frankfurt, Phone: 069 27227981, www.taj-taj.com
Indigo- Taunusstraße 17, 60329 Frankfurt, Phone: 069 233983, www.in-indigo.com
Maharaja- St. Pauli, Detlev-Bremer-Straße 25-27, Hamburg (U3-Station: St. Pauli) Phone: 040 3174928, www.maharaja-hamburg.de
Jaipur- Barmbek-Süd, Lerchenfeld 14, Hamburg (U2-Station: Mundsburg; about 10 Min from Main Railway Station), Phone: 040 2209475
Dwaraka Indian Restaurant- Rentzelstraße 38, 20146 Hamburg, Phone:040 /453237
Himalaya- Postkamp 18, Hannover, Phone: 0511 131 601, www.himalaya-hannover.de
Plenum- Egestorffstraße 5, Hannover, Phone: 0511 441690, www.Restaurant-plenum.de
Shalimar- Lange Laube 13, Hannover, Phone: 0511 14848, www.shalimar-hannover.de
India Gate- Nikolaistraße 10, Leipzig, Phone: 0341-9606065
Indian Garden - Nikoalistraße 12-14, Leipzig, Phone: 0341-1248570
Maha Radscha - Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 112, Leipzig, Phone: 0341-3029022
Swagat- Prinzregentenstr.13, 81675 Munich, Phone: 089-470 84 844, www.swagat.de
Sangam- Franz-Joseph-Str.28, 80801 Munich, Phone: 089-34023215, www.sangam-online.de
Samrat- Papa-Schmid-Str.1, 80469 Munich, Phone: 089-267351, www.samrat.indisches.com
Maharaja Palace, Regensburger Str. 41, 90478 Nuermberg, Phone: 0911 4244914
Sangam, Königstr. 83-87, 90402 Nuermberg, Phone: 0911 2349418
Tadsch Mahal, Johannisstr. 10, 90419 Nuermberg, Phone: 0911 208233
Ceylonas - Reinsburgstrasse 74, Stuttgart-West, Phone: 0711 4 07 76 60
Delhi Palace - Tübinger Straße 67, Stuttgart-Süd, Phone: 0711 601 22 30
Ganesha - Lembergstrasse 19, Stuttgart-Ost, Phone: 0711 4 68 79 8