City trips

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2 days: Osnabrück for the first time - from 79.00 EUR
A weekend in the City of Peace
The city of peace, Osnabrück, is the third largest city in Lower Saxony with 164,000 inhabitants. It is the only German city which is situated in a national park –the ‘UNESCO Geo park TERRA.vita’, which includes the Teutoburg Forest and the ‘Wiehengebirge’.
Osnabrück is a university and diocesan town and the German Foundation for the Environment and the German Foundation for Peace Research are based here. Because Osnabrück is the city of the Peace of Westphalia and the home town to painter Felix Nussbaum and writer Erich Maria Remarque, it has committed itself to the idea of peace.

Includes:
  • 1 overnight staywith breakfast in a city hotel of your choice
  • 1 cappucino in a café in the Heger Tor quarter 
  • Culture Card for one days: free ride on all public bus lines, museums includes, additional price savings
EUR 79.00

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2 days Rostock: Relaxed enjoyments - € 229
A mediaeval city centre, a river wich is empty into the baltic Sea, a contemplative fishing village, four picturesque coastal resorts, several shipyards and harbours, one of the best sailing areas of the world, the oldest university of northern Europe and Germanys biggest city forest - that's Rostock.

- 3 nights in the 5- star hotel Neptun
- daily NEPTUN “healthy & varied” breakfast buffet
- RostockCard24 with free guided city tour (Rostock or Warnemünde) and City Map 
- 1 Segler or Honeyoil massage
- 1 day ticket for ARKONA SPA in the hotel Neptun (Warnemünde)


Bookable all year, please ask for availability



EUR 229.00

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Cult(o)ure throughout the Region“ – On the trail of Julius Caesar, Clemens August and Max Ernst
Enjoy a trip to the cultural highlights of our region and experience the thrill of periods long gone. Find out during our two-day trip how the Romans, the Electors of Cologne and the surrealistic art scene have shaped this region.

Day 1:

You start out your trip in Brühl which boasts several “celebrities” at once. Two of Germany’s most beautiful and prominent rococo castles, Augustusburg and Falkenlust, plus the palace gardens, have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984. Visit Augustusburg Castle, the favourite summer residence of the Elector and Archbishop of Cologne, Clemens August von Bayern (1700-1761). Then take a romantic, 2.5 km long walk through the French gardens and the adjacent country park to Falkenlust, an enchanting hunting caste. In the afternoon you may encounter another celebrity in Brühl: Max Ernst, world-renowned dadaist and surrealist, was born in this town where the painter and sculptor has his very own museum. Undoubtedly, the focal point of this museum is the unique collection of 60 sculptures from the private collection of Max Ernst and his wife Dorothea Tanning. You may conclude the evening in one of the numerous restaurants in the attractive town centre of Brühl, for example the Balthasar Neumann Eatery. Or, during the months of May to September, visit a concert of the Brühl Castle Concert series. The castles in and around Brühl attract not only friends and fans of history and architecture but also lots of music aficionados: Each year, many people come to listen to and enjoy the Brühl Castle Concerts. You will spend the night at the Balthasar Neumann Guesthouse in Brühl, within easy walking distance. The guesthouse is named after the baroque builder and architect Balthasar Neumann who also designed the world-famous staircase inside Augustusburg Castle.

Day 2:

Following a rich and sumptuous breakfast at the Balthasar Neumann Eatery, you’ll proceed to the Roman town of Zülpich which hosts the State Garden Show. Be amazed by the colourful show gardens, stroll along the promenade at the lakeside park, and enjoy the view from the Roman bastion across the unique park landscape. Then you go on to the historic town of Zülpich which holds many artefacts from the period when the Romans conquered the region under the command of Gaius Julius Caesar. Worthy of your time and visit are the Roman thermal baths and the adjacent Museum of Bathing Culture. These Roman springs are counted among the best preserved facilities of their kind north of the Alps. In the historic centre of Zülpich, numerous restaurants and cafes offer time and space for leisurely relaxation, allowing you to conclude your tour in a well-fortified and refreshed manner.

services:

Admission and guided tour of Augustusburg Castle
Admission to Falkenlust Castle
Admission to Max Ernst Museum
Admission to State Garden Show
Overnight stay and breakfast, double room

not included:

Transfers
2-course menu at Balthasar Neumann Eatery
Tickets to Brühl Castle Concerts
Admission to Roman baths

Additional services for groups:

Guided tour of Falkenlust Castle
Max Ernst Museum
State Garden Show
prices:

per person, double occupancy: Euro 79

Groups: starting at Euro 65 per person for groups of 50 or more using their own bus transportation

Tuesdays - Sundays

journey time:

from 16.04.2014 to 12.10.2014

contact:

Rhein-Erft Tourismus e.V.
Willy-Brandt-Platz 1
50126 Bergheim
Tel.: +49 (0) 2271/99499-40

Phot: Augustusburg Castle; Copyright: Horst Gummersbach

from 79 Euro

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Münster for beginners
services:
3 days, Friday to Sunday. The package deal can also be booked for weekdays and public holidays on request; extensions possible.
• 2 nights B&B
• Bus ticket or bicycle for one day
• Participation in public guided tour of the historic Old Town
• Visit to the City Museum
• € 5 shopping voucher to be redeemd in the Münster Arkaden shopping mall (when you spend at least € 10)

Friday: Arrival

Saturday:
• Guided tour of the Old Town at 11 am (1st May – 31st Octo-ber, in English)
• Visit to the City Museum

Sunday: Free


Prices: Starting at € 79.50  per person in a double room.
Starting at € 99.00  in a single room.

Available dates: from 01.01.2014 to 31.12.2015


from 94,50 Euros

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Gourmet weekend
Saarbrücken and his delicacies: Enjoy a symbiosis of a stylish atmosphere and culinary pleasures.
Package includes
  • 2 nights in themed room incl. breakfast buffet
  • Welcome glass of sparkling wine (Cremant) in “Opus-Weinbar“
  • Four-course menu in Mediterranean type restaurant „sOlivo“
For your second evening, we would be very happy to reserve a table for you at three-star restaurant “GästeHaus Erfort“
Prices and travel dates:
price: from 158,00 EUR
Price per person

  • In a double room EUR 158
  • In a single room EUR 238

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3 days: Salve Trier! - from 119 EUR
Salve Trier!
All roads lead to the “Second Rome”! Conquer Trier, Germany’s oldest city and former Roman imperial residence. The city inspires visitors not only as a “Center of Antiquity” but also through the unique atmosphere in the extensive pedestrian zone or on the romantic Moselle.
You can get a first impression in a guided walking tour. The Trier Card will accompany you on your personal conquest tour, where you can get acquainted with the outstanding wines of the Moselle wine growing area.

Includes:
  • 2 overnight stays with breakfast
  • 1 Trier Card
  • 1 city walking tour
  • 1 wine tasting in a winery
  • 1 color guidebook "Trier" 
Bookable throughout the year
EUR 119.00

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Cologne Cathedral
The Cologne Cathedral
The Cologne cathedral is a cathedral of the superlative, a symbol and central attraction of the Rhine metropolis. Its size is emphasised by the gigantic pair of towers, which have dominated the panorama of the cathedral city since their completion in 1880. The catehdral is still today the second highest building in Cologne after the telecommunications tower. The area is no less impressive: The full length of the cathedral is 145 m., the cross nave is 86 m.wide. In comparison: a football pitch is "only" around 100 times 70 m. There is room for more than 20,000 people on the area of the cathedral, which encompasses almost 8,000 square metres.
                                                                                                                              Ascent of the Tower
Climb the south tower of the Cathedral to its 97 m high viewing platform and enjoy a magnificent view of the City.

Treasury
The treasures of Cologne Cathedral are displayed in the 13th century vaults - priceless reliquaries, liturgical objects and vestments, insignia of the archbishops and priests, medieval sculptures and Frankish grave finds.








from 2,50,-