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Mitte – Berlin’s Heart and Soul

More than just the centre of a city, Mitte is the perfect overture to all that is idiosyncratic about Germany’s capital – a dynamic, world-opening city with a chequered history. Tragedies occurred in this borough, but so did joy and celebration. It’s also here that policies are made, art is created and literature is written. In short, Mitte is Berlin’s heart and soul.

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Hanover: There are more than just CeBIT

Lacking the charm of neighbouring Hansa cities, Hanover has never scored high on the list of most favourite destinations in Germany. Most people come here for CeBit – the world’s largest trade fair in the computer industry, and many assume that this place is solely an industrial centre with nothing else to see. Hidden beneath this “hi-tech identity” is, however, a city full of history and cultural heritage which are only visible to those with patience and a keen eye…

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The Story of German Cars

Being the cradle of modern day automobile industry, Germany has set the tone for the automobile revolution around the world since 1885. From Daimler, BMW to Porsche, German cars aren’t mere vehicles. They are status symbols and also trophies which earn honourable places in the museums.

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The Gem of Saint Gall

Having neither a stunning blue lake nor impressive snow-capped mountains, the town of Saint Gall in eastern Switzerland might not be high on the list of the country’s top destinations. However, if you walk inside the Abbey of Saint Gall with its unmistakable twin towers, you can discover a true cultural gem.

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