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UNESCO routes - route suggestions

From the Wadden Sea to Stralsund via Bremen, Lübeck and Wismar

This fabulous route takes in the Wadden Sea World Natural Heritage site on Germany's North Sea coast, the cultural legacy of the Hanseatic League and the neo-classical Baltic Sea resorts.
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From Berlin to Eisleben via Wittenberg and Dessau-Rosslau

Berlin, Germany's capital and centre of culture, has many cultural attractions just waiting to be discovered
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From Hildesheim to Wartburg Castle via Goslar and Quedlinburg

Hildesheim is a cultural centre between the Harz mountains and Hannover. It lies tucked away in the Leinebergland region, which is great for walking and sightseeing.
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Through the Upper Middle Rhine Valley to Brühl, Cologne, Aachen and Essen

The Upper Middle Rhine Valley World Heritage is already a fine route in itself, thanks to its magnificient river scenery and extraordinary wealth of cultural attractions.
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From Weimar to Bad Muskau via Dessau-Wörlitz and Potsdam

Among the many places to visit in Weimar are the sites associated with Goethe and Schiller and the huge parks and gardens from the World Heritage period of 'Classical Weimar'.
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From fossils and the Roman Limes to Würzburg, Bamberg and Regensburg

The route from Messel to Regensburg begins south of Frankfurt and east of Darmstadt, on the eastern shoulder of Rhine valley.
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From Trier to Maulbronn via Völklingen, Lorsch and Speyer

The town of Tier was once known as Roma secunda or the 'second Rome'. From here, the route leads south through the Hunsrück nature park into the Saarland.
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From Wieskirche Pilgrimage Church to Reichenau Island

This route in southern Bavaria begins at Wieskirche church, whose name means 'meadow church'. This refers to its location on a small rise in open ground, allowing pilgrims to see it from afar.
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