GERMANY  |  North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany Travel Guide
Wednesday, March 3, 2021

North Rhine-Westphalia , Germany


Destinations in North Rhine-Westphalia (4)

  • Aachen, Germany

    Aachen, Aix-la-Chapelle in French, is known for two things: its Dom (cathedral) and its associations to Charlemagne, the ruler of the Germanic Franks. The two are actually intertwined, for the Dom, at least in part,...

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  • Bonn, Germany

    Bonn is best known as the capital of West Germany during the Cold War, and the birthplace of composer Ludwig van Beethoven. Of the first it can be said that for more than four decades following World War II, in the wake of the...

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  • Cologne (Köln), Germany

    Cologne, Köln in German, is Germany's most adored city, at once sophisticated, laid back, and festive, with more pubs per capita than any other city in Germany. Still, it is most famous for its glorious cathedral, the...

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  • Düsseldorf, Germany

    Düsseldorfis Germany's fashion city, where virtually every prestigious fashion house is represented. The city hosts the world's largest fashion trade show every year, and has the best fashion shopping venues in the land. Just...

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