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Enter TRIER as the Romans once did through the Porta Nigra gate. Amid the lively atmosphere of the medieval city, sights such as the amphitheater, the Roman baths and the majestic throne room of Emperor Constantine the Great are bound to impress anyone with even the most fleeting interest in history! Did you know that Trier Cathedral is Germany's oldest church, and in the 4th century AD was the largest church in the whole Roman Empire?

KOBLENZ is where the Moselle meets the Rhine beneath the Kaiser-Wilhelm monument at the famous Deutsches Eck (German Corner), just a stone's throw away from the old quarter. Are you fascinated by the Romantic Rhine? Stolzenfels Castle is the first of more than 40 castles, palaces and fortresses in the Rhine Valley. Delve into the legend of the mysterious Loreley…

When the grapes hang fat and heavy on the vine, the true charm of MAINZ comes to the fore with countless wine festivals, quaint bars and a vibrant young restaurant scene. Surrounded by the renowned wine-making regions of Rheinhessen and Rheingau, this is a place where you can indulge and develop your passion for fine wine and enjoy a varied program of cultural events.

Once an important center of politics and power, SPEYER has been shaped by rulers with a passion for architecture. No fewer than eight German kings and emperors lie buried inside Speyer's awe-inspiring cathedral, the largest Romanesque church on the European continent. Together with the cathedrals in Mainz and Worms, it forms a chain of Romanesque imperial cathedrals along the Rhine and symbolizes the region's rich history.

 

KAISERSLAUTERN is known for the traditional passion of its inhabitants for the beautiful game of soccer. The soccer arena is the scene of celebration, anxiety and even triumph – a real maelstrom of emotions. Kaiserslautern is a city of contrasts: the soccer arena, the natural beauty of the ancient Palatinate Forest, Europe's largest Japanese garden, cozy wine bars and restaurants with French-inspired cooking. Passion can have many faces!

Pride, war, jealousy and love are the ingredients of the epic medieval tale of the Nibelungs, in which trickery and deception lead to the murder of Siegfried the Dragon Slayer, Germany's most popular heroic figure. Most of the scenes from the Song of the Nibelungs are set in and around WORMS, a town where the boundaries between imagination and reality begin to blur, and where the Nibelung Festival brings the ancient saga to life in its original setting...

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