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4.5
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Destination: Berlin
Relics of the Cold War that divided Europe, great museums, home brewed beer, heavy metal bars and the birthplace of the doner kebab - Berlin's got the lot ... read more »
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4.333335
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Fasching, or Karneval in German, is considered to be the 'fifth season' and is their answer to Mardi Gras. Colourful costumes and parties in the streets, what more could you want? It’s crazy time!... read more »
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4
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Berchtesgaden is a small town nestling in the Bavarian Alps and is surrounded by mountains and lakes that offer visitors a variety of activities whatever the season, here is the best of summer...... read more »
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3
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Destination: Dresden
Shaking off the dark days of wartime bombing and, more recently, floods and drought, the city of Dresden just gets better and more interesting by the day... read more »
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Rating:
3
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Destination: Munich
Christmas markets are a major part of the festive season in Germany and Munich is no exception. The smells of mulled wine, spicy gingerbread and hot snacks - who can resist? Come and see for yourself... read more »
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Destination: Berlin
Trip type: Cultural, Short Break
You'll find the entrepreneurial spirit of Cold War-era Berlin alive and well on a visit to the near-mythical crossing point at Checkpoint Charlie... read more »
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