Hessen
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Square
_FB***19A must-visit nice little square with photogenic architecture, souvenir shops and Christmas market in December. Great place for an Instagram photo if you could manage to wait till there are not so many tourists in the background.
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Observation Deck
E51***64Loved the contrast between new and old, the city and that area in particulat is very pretty
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Churches and Cathedrals
Tree-LiStift Melk is a Benedictine monastery founded in 1089 on a hill in Melk, Lower Austria. It overlooks the Danube River and adjacent to the beautiful Wahao Valley.
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Bridge
E55***54beautiful scenery of the river snd you may take a boat trip to view the city. A good and relaxed way to see the city.
4.5/5
348 Reviews
Famous Residences
E22***53If you are in Frankfurt, consider a visit to this place. Goethe, one of Germany's national poets, was born and spent his youth here. It is the house of his family. There are furniture and several objects related to his family on exhibition. If you have more time, combine this with a visit to Leipzig (where Goethe attended university) and Goethe national museum in Weimar (the city where Goethe spent most of his productive live as a poet).
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fz570628In the afternoon, the cruise ship departed from Heidelberg and arrived at Ruedesheim. It was almost dusk. This afternoon's itinerary was to tour the Thrush Alley at night, and then take the city train back to the cruise ship. The small town of Rüdesheim on the Rhine River is known as the "Wine City" and a paradise on the Rhine. It is rich in grapes and produces 27 million bottles of wine annually. Who has tasted the coffee in this small town? It is really unique. The coffee has a very strong taste. It is more appropriate to call it "coffee wine" rather than coffee.

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