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Every Sunday from the beginning of May to the end of September you can see the Brothers Grimm fairytale of the Town Musicians performed live on Bremen's cathedral square. The play is acted out under open skies beside the famous sculpture of the four intrepid animals by the town hall. Watching the donkey, dog, cat and rooster tell their story is a spectacle the whole family can enjoy.

Bremen's port Bremerhaven is also well worth a trip. It is the biggest city on Germany's North Sea coast and boasts an impressive array of museums. Klimahaus® Bremerhaven 8° Ost and the German Maritime Museum are two of the most captivating.

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From 21 to 24 May the 15th edition of the Saarbrücken Children's Book Fair will take place in and around Saarbrücken Palace. Writers from 22 countries will be presenting their latest books and offering readers of all ages an experience to remember. 'Multicoloured world' provides the theme for the event.

Not far from Saarbrücken are the Völklingen Ironworks, which in 1994 became the first site of industrial heritage in Germany to be inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. The site provides a fascinating insight into the heyday of the iron and steel industry in the 19th and 20th century and is well worth a visit.

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From 31 May to 6 September various walking events will be held across the Thuringia region. On 23 approved footpaths, you'll be able to hike to your heart's content across landscapes of magical beauty. A highlight is the Lutherwanderweg, a trail that takes you to historical sites associated with the great church reformer, Martin Luther.

The Luther memorials in Eisleben and Wittenberg have UNESCO World Heritage status. They include the house in which Luther was born and the house in which he died, the monastery where he lived and the church to which he nailed his 95 theses. Visit these fascinating and authentic sites and you'll feel like you've stepped back in time.

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From 22 to 25 May, around 1,500 yachtsmen and women will assemble off the coast of Heligoland for the annual North Sea Week (Nordseewoche). North Sea Week is one of the biggest regatta events in Germany and the only one to take place out on the high seas. Both the festival and the island are well worth a visit.

Did you know that Heligoland is a car-free island? With its mild climate and clean air it is a popular destination for spa breaks and wellness holidays. A particularly impressive sight are the red sandstone cliffs that make Heligoland appear quite imposing, even from afar.

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The Weindorf festival in Würzburg, being held this year from 29 May to 7 June, is a much-loved event. Over a hundred different Franconian wines and a wide variety of traditional food will be on offer on the city's market square. The beautiful timber-framed houses add to the charm of the festival.

But Würzburg's old quarter is not only a delight for wine connoisseurs, it's also a great place for shopping. You'll discover unusual boutiques and the finest delicatessens in the pretty little lanes and around the market square. There really is something for everyone.

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The 31st Brothers Grimm Festival will be held in Hanau, the town where the brothers were born, from 15 May to 26 July. The amphitheatre at Philippsruhe Palace provides a fantastic venue for the event. Immerse yourself in the magical world of the Grimm fairytales – and don't miss your chance to watch the world premiere of the musical Puss in Boots.

The town of Hanau is also the starting point for the Hessen Railway Cycle Route. The route, which follows disused railway lines, takes in castles and palaces and beautiful nature parks with a rich variety of flora and fauna. This is an enjoyable ride for any cyclist and has been given a four-star rating by the German Cyclists' Federation.

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The Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart celebrates its ninth anniversary on 24 May. Its richly varied exhibition covering the history of one of the world's most prestigious automotive brands will appeal to people of all ages.

If you enjoy the great outdoors, you might also like to visit the Swabian-Franconian Forest Nature Park. Located just outside Stuttgart, it is a landscape of rugged ravines and tranquil forests. It also has a superb network of trails, making it easy to explore on foot or by bike.

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Leipzig is marking its 1,000th anniversary between 30 May and 7 June, and you are warmly invited to join in the fun. The Lipsia's Lions street theatre festival will open the week of celebrations. And there are plenty of other exciting events in store, including activities for younger audiences on 1 June to mark International Children's Day.

Almost as old as Leipzig itself is the city's famous St. Thomas choir. This boys' choir is one of the oldest in the world and has a reputation for musical excellence. It was because of the choir that Leipzig became a highly esteemed centre for music.

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From 1 May to 3 October 2015, a wide variety of cultural events are being held across Rhineland-Palatinate under the theme of 'heroes and legends'. Plays, concerts, readings, art exhibitions and gourmet events are taking place throughout the region from the Moselle to the Taunus hills.

While in Rhineland-Palatinate, don't miss the opportunity to visit a traditional strausswirtschaft. These are inns where vintners serve their locally produced wines. Where better to sample high-quality wines than in the places they are made?

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If you love windsurfing, or want to learn, you will be in your element on Fehmarn Island from 14 to 17 May 2015. The Jever Windsurfing Festival is an informative and interactive expo based on a unique concept. It is held on the beach under open skies, there is no admission fee and you can try out the windsurfing equipment free of charge.

Did you know that Fehmarn is Germany's third-largest island? Only the islands of Usedom and Rügen are bigger. Unspoilt nature, mile upon mile of sandy beaches and Rügen's breathtaking chalk cliffs – there are so many reasons to visit Germany's Baltic Sea islands.

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