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The climate of Nuremberg: when to go to Nuremberg

Nuremberg has a type of continental climate of transition with the maritime one, for which the region where the city is located suffers the typical influences of continentality sometimes mitigated by currents from the ocean. The winters are still cold ...

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Nuremberg (Nürnberg): a suggestive medieval city

Nuremberg (Nürnberg) (500,000 inhabitants) is an important city in Bavaria located north-west of Munich along the banks of the Pegnitz river. Nuremberg is the most important city in Franconia and the second largest after Munich in all of Bavaria. The ...

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The climate of Garmisch-Partenkirchen: when to go

The mountain town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen is located in southern Germany close to the Bavarian Alps, its climate is influenced by the presence of the mountains and is alpine. This type of climate causes Garmisch-Partenkirchen to have cold winters and mild ...

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Garmisch-Partenkirchen: a center in the Bavarian Alps

Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a small town (26,000 inhabitants) in southern Bavaria. Which is located near the border with Austria. In fact, it is located just 60 km north of Innsbruck and 90 km south of Munich. This town in the Bavarian ...

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The climate of Bamberg: when to go to Bamberg

The city of Bamberg is located in the zone of Germany with a continental climate of transition with the maritime climate, this type of climate is characterized by cold and relatively dry winters, while summers are relatively hot but rainy. ...

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Bamberg: a city called Franconian Rome

Bamberg (about 70,000 inhabitants) is a city in Bavaria located in Upper Franconia along the Regnitz river, near the confluence with the Main river at an altitude of about 240 meters above sea level. The city is of medieval origin. ...

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The climate in Regensburg: when to go to Regensburg

The climate of Regensburg is continental with cold winters with average minimum temperatures well below freezing in the months of December, January, February and March. Summers have mild temperatures but are rainy. The intermediate seasons, i.e. autumn and spring, have ...

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Regensburg: a UNESCO-listed historic center

Regensburg (about 150,000 inhabitants) is a city in the German state of Bavaria, located about 90 km from Nuremberg and 100 km north of Munich. The city lies at the confluence of the Danube with the Regen River, the Danube, ...

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The climate of Munich: when to go to Munich

The climate of Munich – a city that is located very close to the Bavarian Alps, at a height of around 500 meters above sea level – is a continental climate characterized by long and harsh winters, and mild and ...

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Munich: the metropolis city of Bavaria

Munich (München) is a large German city of about 1,300,000 inhabitants whose metropolitan area has over 2,600,000 inhabitants. The city is the capital of the German state of Bavaria. Munich is the third largest German city by population. The city ...

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Berlin: a vital city immersed in the future

Berlin is a metropolis of over 3,400,000 inhabitants, whose metropolitan area has over 5,000,000 inhabitants. This city is the German capital and the largest city in Germany. Founded in the thirteenth century, in a strategic position on the banks of ...

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The climate of Dresden: when to go to Dresden

The climate of the city of Dresden is of a humid continental type characterized by mild and rainy summers and by cold and dry winters. The average minimum temperatures are usually below freezing throughout the winter. While in summer the ...

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Dresden: known as the Florence of Germany

Dresden (500,000 inhabitants), the capital of Saxony, stands along the banks of the Elbe river, near the border with the Czech Republic. The city extends on both sides of the Elbe river and is nestled in the hills of the ...

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The climate of Trier: when to go to Trier

The climate of Trier is a type of climate mixed between the continental climate and the oceanic climate. The city has cold temperatures in winter and the possibility of snow. The rains are well distributed throughout the year, although the ...

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Trier: one of the capitals of the Western Roman Empire

Trier is an average city in the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate, which has about 100,000 inhabitants. The city is located on the right bank of the Moselle river, in a large basin between the Eifel mountains in the north and ...

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How to get to Germany. Flights to Germany

HOW TO GET TO GERMANY: FLIGHTS AND AIRPORTS The plane is the fastest way to get to Germany. Germany is served by over 100 international airlines. The German flag carrier Lufthansa, together with its Star Alliance partners, offers the most ...

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Germany power plugs and sockets, telephones

On this page you will find especially useful information for traveling to Germany. Among this information you will also find what documents are needed for a trip to Germany. What are the power plugs and sockets used in Germany. How ...

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Christmas markets: an ancient tradition

Christmas is fast approaching and with it also the traditional activities and events that accompany it. The most important and followed events that take place in the period before Christmas are the so-called Christmas Markets. Nowadays the Christmas markets have ...

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The climate of Berlin: when to go to Berlin

The city of Berlin is characterized by an oceanic climate which tends, in part, to become a continental climate, with cold and relatively rainy winters, while the summers are mild and rainy. Berlin has three months of frost per year, ...

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The climate of Germany: when to go to Germany

Germany is a country mostly flat, due to the scarcity of mountains, the German climate is subject to the influence of the Atlantic Ocean, this means that the main climatic characteristics are temperatures with low seasonal differences and rainfall in ...

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The attractions of Germany: what to see in Germany

Germany is often seen in the collective imagination as an industrialized and modern land, whose ancient cities were destroyed by the events of the Second World War, and where little is left of history and the arts of the past. ...

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Germany: from Bavaria to the Baltic Sea

Germany (Bundesrepublik Deutschland) is a federal republic made up of 16 confederate states (Länder), 3 of which are metropolitan in character (Hamburg, Berlin, Bremen). Reunited on October 3, 1990, after the division into two states after the Second World War. ...

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