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Seven cities, seven treasures: Trier, Germany's oldest city, marked by the UNESCO World Heritage. Walk in Siegfried's footsteps in the Nibelung and Lutheran city of Worms. Maximum wine enjoyment in Neustadt on the German Wine Route and in the Gutenberg city of Mainz, only German member of the international Great Wine Capital network. Experience the myth of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley UNESCO World Cultural Heritage at first hand during a visit to Koblenz. Or go on a voyage of discovery in Speyer, the burial place of the German Empire. Not to forget Idar-Oberstein, the cradle of worldwide gemstone manufacturing.

 

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New thrill in Speyer for those with a head for heights - visit Speyer Cathedral, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site in a manner that has never before been possible in the history of the Cathedral!

Romanticum: Nominee for the 2014 German Tourism Award

Romanticum: Nominee for the 2014 German Tourism Award

A new, impressive highlight in the city centre of Koblenz that brings together art, culture and education under one roof!

Travel guide for your pocket

Some could argue that anticipation is the greatest pleasure. Prepare for your trip and get excited with our "Romantic Cities travel guide". 

 

 

 

Only flying is better!

Discover Ehrenbreitstein Fortress by the Koblenz Cable Car! All about prices, opening hours and special events you will find on the official website.

Ten reasons to love Rhineland-Palatinate

Ten reasons to love Rhineland-Palatinate

... Worms and the famous Nibelungen festival in front of the cathedral, Koblenz and the spectacular cable car ride over the Rhine, Trier - the Second Rome and carnival in the capital, Mainz! ...

UNESCO world heritage: Time travelling in Trier

UNESCO world heritage: Time travelling in Trier

Why not a side trip through the rich Roman history (UNESCO)? Find out why the oldest town in Germany is also called "the Second Rome north of the alps"!

UNESCO world heritage: Speyer Cathedral

UNESCO world heritage: Speyer Cathedral

Visit the redesigned Emperors' Hall with an exhibition of nine frescoes by Johann Baptist Schraudolph, and the new observation deck in the south-western Tower.

The heart of Jewish culture in medieval Germany! Decide yourself if it's worth it to become UNESCO world heritage. More info on SchUM on the Rhine 

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