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Berlin

3.8 million inhabitants
Berlin
City, country, river: Berlin combines all three points. The German capital is also a federal state and its landscape is dominated by the Spree River and its forests. In the center of Berlin, Germany was once divided and found its way back together peacefully with the fall of the Berlin ...
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Hamburg

1.9 million inhabitants
Hamburg
The proximity to the sea can be felt everywhere in the northern German port and trading city of Hamburg – whether along the numerous waterways, whose height is even influenced by the tides, in the brick-dominated Speicherstadt, at the fish market with its market criers or at the extensive harbor. Everywhere ...
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Munich

State: Bavaria | 1.5 million inhabitants
Munich
If there were an award for a “cozy metropolis”, Munich would probably be the first metropolis to receive this seal. Bavarian cordiality, local and Mediterranean gastronomy, art treasures from several centuries and unique architecture come together here. This can also be enjoyed acoustically: The carillon of the neo-Gothic New City ...
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Cologne

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 1.1 million inhabitants
Cologne
Hardly any other major German city conveys a similar attitude to life as the metropolis on the Rhine. In addition to the unique Gothic cathedral, you will discover numerous exhibitions and galleries worth seeing. The Roman-Germanic Museum gives you an interesting insight into Cologne's rich Roman heritage. For art lovers, ...
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Frankfurt

State: Hessen | 0.8 million inhabitants
Frankfurt
“Mainhattan” is the affectionate nickname for Frankfurt am Main. The capital of Hesse owes it to its skyline, which is reminiscent of New York. The skyscrapers of the city center form Frankfurt’s banking district and can be seen from far away. But Frankfurt offers much more than its skyline: ...
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Stuttgart

State: Baden-Würtemberg | 0.6 million inhabitants
Stuttgart
Stuttgart is the capital of the German state of Baden-Württemberg and home to Mercedes-Benz and Porsche. Both car brands operate their own museum. But even those who are less interested in cars will find a suitable museum to visit in Stuttgart: Works by Rubens, Rembrandt, Monet and Cézanne ...
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Düsseldorf

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.6 million inhabitants
Düsseldorf
The capital of North Rhine-Westphalia attracts numerous visitors with its diverse exclusive shopping opportunities and the "longest counter in the world". On the famous Königsallee, affectionately known as the "Kö", you will find the fashion brands of all well-known designers. Even a mere window shopping becomes an experience. Afterwards, ...
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Leipzig

State: Saxony | 0.6 million inhabitants
Leipzig
For many, Leipzig is considered the "new" Berlin: young, hip, alternative. At the same time, the city in the state of Saxony has a lot of history to offer: A beautiful historic city center with Old Town Hall built in Renaissance style, St. Thomas Church with the burial place of ...
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Dortmund

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.6 million inhabitants
Dortmund
This city in the Ruhr region will be familiar to all soccer fans, as it is home to the Borussia Dortmund soccer club. During more than 100 air raids during World War II, the historic city center was almost completely destroyed and today features a cityscape characterized by post-war buildings. However, ...
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Essen

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.6 million inhabitants
Essen
The former coal and steel metropolis of Essen presents itself to its guests surprisingly close to nature. It is considered the third greenest city in Germany and was awarded the title "European Green Capital" by the EU in 2017. In addition to the Grugapark, Lake Baldeney and the famous "Villa Hü...
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Bremen

0.6 million inhabitants
Bremen
Bremen is not only an old Hanseatic city but also the smallest state in Germany. Together with the city of Bremerhaven, it forms the city-state "Free Hanseatic City of Bremen". Until today, the cityscape of Bremen is characterized by shipping. On the market square there are several buildings, which were ...
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Dresden

State: Saxony | 0.6 million inhabitants
Dresden
The capital of Saxony is a must for all culture fans and a total work of art. The heart of this work of art is the Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady), which, like large parts of the city center, was rebuilt after its destruction in World War II. But also ...
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Hanover

State: Lower Saxony | 0.5 million inhabitants
Hanover
Hanover is not considered the classic destination for a city trip. But if you don't pay attention to the capital of Lower Saxony, you're missing out: a city hall so big and pompous that it's more like a castle, Schloss Herrenhaus with several gardens worth seeing, and Maschsee, a lake ...
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Nuremberg

State: Bavaria | 0.5 million inhabitants
Nuremberg
Nuremberg, that is for many visitors the Christkindelmarkt. One of the most beautiful Christmas markets attracts crowds of visitors every year. But Nuremberg is also worth a visit outside the cold season. The city offers an exciting journey through architectural history. In addition to medieval architecture, buildings in the Renaissance, ...
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Duisburg

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.5 million inhabitants
Duisburg
Duisburg connects the Ruhr and Lower Rhine regions. Its inhabitants like to call it the city of "water and fire". Huge blast furnaces still burn here today, making it the most important steel location in Europe. At the same time, Duisburg has the largest inland port in the world. You ...
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Bochum

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.4 million inhabitants
Bochum
In 1984, Herbert Grönemeyer sang "Tief im Westen" ("Deep in the West") about his former home town of Bochum. In the meantime, the song has become the city's unofficial anthem. The lyrics of the song characterize the former workers' settlement vividly and honestly. The "pulse of steel" and the "mine ...
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Wuppertal

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.4 million inhabitants
Wuppertal
The "capital of the Bergisches Land" is world-famous for its unique suspension railroad. With it you can reach all stores and sights of Wuppertal. In addition, such a ride offers you completely new perspectives on the so-called "green city" on the Wupper. The city has a lively art and cultural ...
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Bielefeld

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.3 million inhabitants
Bielefeld
The "little big city" is located between the ridges of the Teutoburg Forest and the Münsterland Bay in the northeast of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. From one of the highest points, the Sparrenburg, you can enjoy a wide view over the city. For relaxation, take a walk in ...
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Bonn

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.3 million inhabitants
Bonn
International flair can still be felt in the former capital of Germany. After the government relocated, Bonn remained the seat of numerous ministries and important organizations such as the UN. Their employees - and many students - now shape the image of the young city. Bonn has a number of ...
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Münster

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.3 million inhabitants
Münster
In the old Westphalian city, you have a clear advantage on your bike. An approximately five-kilometer-long path reserved for walkers and cyclists, the so-called Promenade, leads once around the city center. Around the famous Prinzipalmarkt you will find the impressive St. Paul's Cathedral, the Gothic City Hall and the Lamberti ...
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Karlsruhe

State: Baden-Würtemberg | 0.3 million inhabitants
Karlsruhe
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Mannheim

State: Baden-Würtemberg | 0.3 million inhabitants
Mannheim
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Augsburg

State: Bavaria | 0.3 million inhabitants
Augsburg
Currently with a population of around 300,000, Augsburg is Bavaria's third-largest and probably oldest city, whose history as the present capital of the Swabian administrative district can be traced back to the Roman settlement of Augusta Vindelicum over 2,000 years ago. Augsburg became extremely powerful as an independent imperial city in the ...
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Wiesbaden

State: Hessen | 0.3 million inhabitants
Wiesbaden
Even the Romans knew about the hot springs, which made Wiesbaden with its ideal location between the Taunus and the Rhine in the 19th century to a leading health resort in Europe . Casino Wiesbaden The casino in Wiesbaden is one of the most famous and traditional casinos in Germany. Since 1810, ...
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Mönchengladbach

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.3 million inhabitants
Mönchengladbach
Mönchengladbach is located in the very west of Germany and North Rhine-Westphalia. Here you can expect a lively old town with numerous pretty cafes and chic pubs. Whether you want to eat well, chat comfortably or party - everything is possible and easy to reach on foot. So nothing ...
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Gelsenkirchen

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.3 million inhabitants
Gelsenkirchen
The city in the heart of the Ruhr region lives and breathes soccer. There is hardly any way around FC Schalke 04. You will discover the most modern "soccer temple" in Europe, the Arena. A visit is not only worthwhile for Schalke fans. The club also stands for the mining tradition ...
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Brunswick

State: Lower Saxony | 0.2 million inhabitants
Brunswick
Braunschweig is one of the most beautiful cities in Lower Saxony for good reason. The numerous parks are oases of peace and the historic city center is characterized by historical buildings and restored half-timbered houses. On the picturesque Burgplatz square you will find the Lion and the Cathedral, both landmarks ...
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Aachen

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.2 million inhabitants
Aachen
Medieval alleys, the world heritage site of the imperial cathedral and a lot of European flair: you can experience all this in Aachen. The city in the border triangle of Germany - the Netherlands - Belgium is a perfect destination for history buffs. There is no way around the impressive ...
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Kiel

State: Schleswig-Holstein | 0.2 million inhabitants
Kiel
The bombs of the Second World War have not left much of the once picturesque port city, but Kiel is still worth a visit: The capital of Schleswig-Holstein is the cultural center of the region and comes with many varied museums. In addition, the most populous city in the state ...
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Chemnitz

State: Saxony | 0.2 million inhabitants
Chemnitz
Chemnitz is still known to many as Karl-Marx-Stadt. It was not until 1990 that the Saxon industrial city regained its former name of Chemnitz. In the 19th century, Chemnitz was known as "Saxon Manchester" and was considered the center of the textile industry. Today, Chemnitz is a leading technology location. On ...
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Halle (Saale)

State: Saxony-Anhalt | 0.2 million inhabitants
Halle (Saale)
Halle an der Saale is the largest city in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt and the birthplace of the composer Georg Friedrich Händel. Before German reunification, the city in the "chemical triangle" of the GDR was primarily an industrial location. Today, the old university town presents itself as a ...
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Magdeburg

State: Saxony-Anhalt | 0.2 million inhabitants
Magdeburg
Magdeburg is the capital of the German state of Saxony-Anhalt. The city on the Elbe was first mentioned in documents as early as 805, and in 926 it became the imperial palace of Otto I. With 13 percent green space, Magdeburg is one of the greenest cities in Germany. Several city parks invite ...
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Freiburg im Breisgau

State: Baden-Würtemberg | 0.2 million inhabitants
Freiburg im Breisgau
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Krefeld

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.2 million inhabitants
Krefeld
Krefeld in the Lower Rhine region likes to call itself the "velvet and silk city" because of the silk fabric production located here. The production of high-quality textiles made Krefeld one of the richest places in what was then Prussia in the 19th century. Even today, much of this can ...
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Mainz

State: Rhineland-Palatinate | 0.2 million inhabitants
Mainz
Mainz is the capital of the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. The media city and carnival stronghold is known for its well-preserved old town center with its half-timbered houses and medieval marketplaces. In the middle of the city, the Renaissance-style market fountain with red pillars is an attraction for visitors. Not ...
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Lübeck

State: Schleswig-Holstein | 0.2 million inhabitants
Lübeck
Lübeck is perhaps the most traditional and historically significant city in Schleswig-Holstein. With a population of 215,000, Lübeck is the second largest city in the northernmost federal state and, apart from the state capital Kiel, the only municipality with metropolitan status. Not far from the border with Mecklenburg on ...
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Erfurt

State: Thuringia | 0.2 million inhabitants
Erfurt
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Oberhausen

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.2 million inhabitants
Oberhausen
Oberhausen in the Lower Rhine proudly bears the epithet "cradle of the Ruhr industry". As early as 1758, an ironworks began operations in what is now the city. Today, the town with its "Neue Mitte" stands for the successful structural change in the "Pott". In addition to Oberhausen Castle, an impressive ...
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Rostock

State: Mecklenburg-Vorpommern | 0.2 million inhabitants
Rostock
The largest city in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern is lively and full of contrasts: large street axes, modern buildings, narrow alleys, Gothic brick buildings, patrician houses such as the Kerkhoffhaus, a city harbor and, above all, the breath of the distant world that begins at the harbor in Warnemünde, 14 kilometers away. To ...
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Kassel

State: Hessen | 0.2 million inhabitants
Kassel
After Frankfurt and Wiesbaden, Kassel is the third largest city in Hesse. Home to more than 200,000 inhabitants, the city in northern Hesse is one of the state's destinations worth visiting. This is also ensured by cultural highlights such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe, where the palace ...
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Hagen

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.2 million inhabitants
Hagen
The South Westphalian "City of the Open University" is considered the gateway to the Sauerland region. In addition to the university, numerous gardens, parks and bodies of water characterize its townscape. Four major rivers run through the city and invite you to go canoeing or pedal boating. Hagen and its ...
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Saarbrücken

State: Saarland | 0.2 million inhabitants
Saarbrücken
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Potsdam

State: Brandenburg | 0.2 million inhabitants
Potsdam
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Hamm

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.2 million inhabitants
Hamm
The Westphalian city has an unusual landmark: the well-known glass elephant. In 1984, an architect converted the former coal washing building of a colliery into a walk-in sculpture. The journeyman is 35 meters high, houses a palm garden and, as a vantage point, offers an excellent view over its hometown. During a ...
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Ludwigshafen am Rhein

State: Rhineland-Palatinate | 0.2 million inhabitants
Ludwigshafen am Rhein
Ludwigshafen is the second largest city in Rhineland-Palatinate after Mainz. It is located opposite Mannheim on the left bank of the Rhine, and the two cities once belonged together. Until 1840, Ludwigshafen was Mannheim's Rhine redoubt. Today, the city is known as the home of former German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and ...
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Mülheim an der Ruhr

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.2 million inhabitants
Mülheim an der Ruhr
The "city on the river" has always been closely linked to the Ruhr. Mülheim was one of the first locations to have to cope with structural change; the mines disappeared here as early as the 1960s. Thus, the city changed its "mining face" early on and is now home ...
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Oldenburg

State: Lower Saxony | 0.2 million inhabitants
Oldenburg
The small town on the Hunte has so much to offer that you can spend a whole week here without getting bored. With the Railway Museum, the Horst Janssen Museum and the Museum of the Old Brickworks, three highlights are waiting for you. The painter Horst Janssen grew up in ...
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Osnabrück

State: Lower Saxony | 0.2 million inhabitants
Osnabrück
Osnabrück was once the city of wholesale trade and is still the economic center of the region today. Charlemagne was so enthusiastic about the city many centuries ago that he immediately founded a bishopric here. St. Mary's Church and Cathedral still form the cityscape and attract tourists from all ...
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Leverkusen

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.2 million inhabitants
Leverkusen
Many people know the relatively young city on the Rhine mainly as the site of the chemical industry. The "Bayer Cross" is a visible trademark of the company of the same name and is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the world's largest illuminated sign. With its "BayKomm" ...
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Heidelberg

0.2 million inhabitants
Heidelberg
Heidelberg is (along with Ludwigshafen and Mannheim) one of the centers in the Rhine-Neckar region. In 1196 Heidelberg (at that time still titled “Heidelberch”) was mentioned in documents for the first time. With nearly 150,000 inhabitants – including 30,000 students from four universities and universities of applied sciences – Heidelberg has one of the highest [&...
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Darmstadt

State: Hessen | 0.2 million inhabitants
Darmstadt
Darmstadt is not only a major city in Hesse, but also an important economic and cultural center of the state. Media, IT and pharmaceutical companies feel just as much at home here as universities and colleges as well as renowned cultural institutions. Since 2021, the Mathildenhöhe in Darmstadt has been ...
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Solingen

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.2 million inhabitants
Solingen
The "blade city" forms the center of the German "cutlery industry". About 90 percent of our cutlery comes from this town in the Bergisches Land region. Solingen has one of the largest castles of its kind in Germany, the impressive "Schloss Burg". You should not miss a visit to this masterfully ...
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Herne

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.2 million inhabitants
Herne
There is a lot to see in Herne. The city is located between Bochum and Recklinghausen. It offers visitors a diverse cultural program and impressive architecture. The artistically designed pedestrian zone Herne-Mitte on Bahnhofstraße invites you to stroll around. A visitor magnet and landmark of the city is the ...
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Neuss

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.2 million inhabitants
Neuss
Neuss is located on the left bank of the Lower Rhine, with Düsseldorf on the opposite side of the river. The city is one of the oldest cities in Germany. Already in 1984 Neuss could celebrate its 2000th birthday. Neuss is known for the well-preserved evidence of its Roman past ...
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Regensburg

State: Bavaria | 0.2 million inhabitants
Regensburg
The capital of the eastern Bavarian administrative district of Upper Palatinate can boast of having been mentioned in person as early as the 2nd century by the then Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius. After its urban beginnings as a Roman fort and legionary camp, Regensburg became the headquarters of the Bavarians ...
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Paderborn

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.2 million inhabitants
Paderborn
Paderborn is located in the east of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. In the city you will find especially many sights that you can visit. In the city center there are more than twenty historic buildings to discover. Particularly famous are the cathedral, the landmark of Paderborn, the magnificent town ...
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Ingolstadt

State: Bavaria | 0.1 million inhabitants
Ingolstadt
The district-free city on both sides of the Danube about 80 kilometers north of Munich is the second largest city in Upper Bavaria with currently almost 137,000 inhabitants. Ingolstadt was first mentioned in a document in 806 with the name "villa Ingoldesstat". From the 14th to the 18th century, the nickname "hundred-towered city" ...
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Offenbach am Main

State: Hessen | 0.1 million inhabitants
Offenbach am Main
As a neighboring city, Offenbach is often overshadowed by Frankfurt. But the independent city is one of the underestimated travel destinations in the heart of Hesse. Already an important infrastructural hub in Roman times, Offenbach scores today with its direct location on the Main River. Fascinating buildings of various architectural ...
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Fürth

State: Bavaria | 0.1 million inhabitants
Fürth
A green clover leaf adorns both the official city and club emblem of the "Spielvereinigung Greuther Fürth" sports and soccer club, which was very successful in the 1920s and is still immensely popular locally today. With a current population of about 130,000, Fürth is the second largest city in ...
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Würzburg

State: Bavaria | 0.1 million inhabitants
Würzburg
With a current population of around 127,000, the capital of the Bavarian administrative district of Lower Franconia, located in the fertile "Maindreieck" region known for viticulture, ranks seventh among all cities in the blue-and-white state. The mild microclimate as well as the location on the river led to the first Celtic ...
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Ulm

State: Baden-Würtemberg | 0.1 million inhabitants
Ulm
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Heilbronn

State: Baden-Würtemberg | 0.1 million inhabitants
Heilbronn
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Pforzheim

State: Baden-Würtemberg | 0.1 million inhabitants
Pforzheim
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Wolfsburg

State: Lower Saxony | 0.1 million inhabitants
Wolfsburg
Wolfsburg is the home of Volkswagen and the car capital of northern Germany. You can explore the VW headquarters on a factory tour and get a unique insight into car production. Another attraction is the VFL Wolfsburg, whose stadium you can also visit. With the castle and St. Mary's Church, ...
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Göttingen

State: Lower Saxony | 0.1 million inhabitants
Göttingen
The mixture of old half-timbered houses and modern architecture make Göttingen so attractive. The market square with the Gänseliesel fountain form the heart of the city. From the cafés you can enjoy the hustle and bustle and go on a shopping tour yourself. The pedestrian zone with ...
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Bottrop

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.1 million inhabitants
Bottrop
Bottrop has a lot to offer. There are various museums and is hard to beat when it comes to excursions - especially with children. The landmark of the city is the Tetraeder. It is a landmark with a viewing platform in the shape of a pyramid, which can be seen ...
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Reutlingen

State: Baden-Würtemberg | 0.1 million inhabitants
Reutlingen
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Koblenz

State: Rhineland-Palatinate | 0.1 million inhabitants
Koblenz
Koblenz, with a population of over 113,000, is located in northern Rhineland-Palatinate. The historic city is considered the gateway to the castle ruins and terraced vineyards of the Upper Middle Rhine Valley. In the center of the city, at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle rivers (known as Deutsches Eck), ...
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Bremerhaven

0.1 million inhabitants
Bremerhaven
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Erlangen

State: Bavaria | 0.1 million inhabitants
Erlangen
With a current population of just over 112,000, Erlangen is the second smallest city in the Franconian conurbation of Nuremberg and is located in the north of the conurbation, on the Regnitz, Schwabach and Aurach rivers and near the Main-Danube Canal. Erlangen was first mentioned in a document in 1002. However, the ...
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Bergisch Gladbach

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.1 million inhabitants
Bergisch Gladbach
Bergisch Gladbach is located in the Bergisches Land region. The city borders on Leverkusen and the metropolis of Cologne. Bergisch Gladbach is rich in interesting cultural offerings and buildings worth seeing. One of the landmarks is the Bensberg castle complex, which was built in the 18th century. Today, a hotel ...
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Trier

State: Rhineland-Palatinate | 0.1 million inhabitants
Trier
Trier belongs to the Moselle wine region of Rhineland-Palatinate. The Romans had founded the city in 16 BC as Augusta Treverorum, which can be seen in some well-preserved Roman monuments. These include the Porta Nigra (gate of the 6.4 km long city wall), an amphitheater, a stone bridge and remains of Roman ...
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Recklinghausen

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.1 million inhabitants
Recklinghausen
Recklinghausen has a lot to offer in terms of history and culture. It is also a modern shopping city that inspires shopping fans. In addition to the shopping opportunities, the city center invites you to stroll and discover. There are various historical buildings to visit, such as parts of the ...
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Jena

State: Thuringia | 0.1 million inhabitants
Jena
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Remscheid

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.1 million inhabitants
Remscheid
Remscheid counts as a big city, but at the same time it is a nature paradise. If you love hiking and nature, the city of Remscheid is exactly the right destination for you. In the city area of Remscheid alone there are 25 circular hiking trails and 23 nature reserves. In the ...
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Salzgitter

State: Lower Saxony | 0.1 million inhabitants
Salzgitter
Salzgitter is one of the largest cities in Germany in terms of area and was formed due to the merger of smaller towns and villages. This can be felt throughout the city, because everything is spacious and large. The district of Salzgitter Bad is its own business district with many ...
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Moers

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.1 million inhabitants
Moers
Moers is located in the western part of the Ruhr area. The town's landmark, Moers Castle, is worth a visit on its own. It is located in the center of Moers and in the castle park there is a popular amusement park with a petting zoo and other attractions. In ...
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Siegen

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.1 million inhabitants
Siegen
Siegen is a university town and is located on the edge of the Rothaargebirge mountains. It has some historical sights to offer, such as the town hall, the Lower Castle and the Upper Castle, as well as the Martini Church. The pedestrian zone is just right for a shopping spree ...
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Hildesheim

State: Lower Saxony | 0.1 million inhabitants
Hildesheim
Hildesheim is home to two famous places of worship that bring the city's history back to life. The mighty cathedral is the city's landmark and it was chosen as the bishop's seat by Louis the Pious as early as 815. Also worth seeing is the St. Michaelis Church, which embodies the ...
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Gütersloh

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 0.1 million inhabitants
Gütersloh
Gütersloh is located in the northeast of the federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia and lies on the edge of the Teutoburg Forest. Already in the year 1184 the place was mentioned for the first time in a document. It is a city that has much to offer you as a ...
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Kaiserslautern

State: Rhineland-Palatinate | 0.1 million inhabitants
Kaiserslautern
The Rhineland-Palatinate city of Kaiserslautern, with a population of just under 100,000 (2021), came into being as a result of the expansion of a castle built around 1100 by Frederick I Barbarossa, but was not granted city rights until 1276. The town was already a royal court in Carolingian times, and the region was ...
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Cottbus

State: Brandenburg | 99,700 inhabitants
Cottbus
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Hanau

State: Hessen | 96,500 inhabitants
Hanau
The world-famous Brothers Grimm once called the city of Hanau home. Even today, the statue on the market square commemorates the influential duo who shaped culture beyond the region. The former residence of the lords and counts of Hanau commemorates the famous sons of the city with its traditional Brothers ...
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Witten

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 96,500 inhabitants
Witten
Witten is located in the southeast of the Ruhr area, directly on the Ruhr River. Are you interested in castles, palaces and historic buildings? Then Witten will inspire you. There are various buildings in the city such as the House of Witten, a castle and former knight's seat, the Heleneturm, ...
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Schwerin

State: Mecklenburg-Vorpommern | 95,700 inhabitants
Schwerin
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Esslingen am Neckar

State: Baden-Würtemberg | 94,100 inhabitants
Esslingen am Neckar
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Ludwigsburg

State: Baden-Würtemberg | 93,600 inhabitants
Ludwigsburg
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Gera

State: Thuringia | 93,100 inhabitants
Gera
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Iserlohn

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 92,200 inhabitants
Iserlohn
Iserlohn is located in South Westphalia on the southeastern edge of the Ruhr region. The city belongs to the Sauerland. The city center of Iserlohn with the art galleries invites you to stroll and inspires not only people interested in art. Nature-loving visitors will find a true natural paradise in ...
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Tübingen

State: Baden-Würtemberg | 91,500 inhabitants
Tübingen
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Düren

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 91,200 inhabitants
Düren
The city of Düren is known as the paper city, as the production of paper played an important role in the development of the city as early as the 16th century. The paper museum tells the story of paper production in Düren. Today it is an attractive shopping ...
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Flensburg

State: Schleswig-Holstein | 90,200 inhabitants
Flensburg
The third largest city in Schleswig-Holstein is located in the immediate vicinity of the Danish border in the far northeast of Germany on the Baltic Sea arm Flensburger Förde. Flensburg is famous, among other things, for its tradition as the North German rum capital. For some traffic offenders, Flensburg ...
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Gießen

State: Hessen | 89,800 inhabitants
Gießen
Known nationwide as a university city, home to Justus Liebig University, Giessen today offers a home to over 90,000 residents. The roots of the historically rich city can be traced back to the Middle Ages. One of Giessen's best-known cultural institutions is the Oberhessen Museum, which can be discovered as a ...
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Zwickau

State: Saxony | 88,700 inhabitants
Zwickau
The composer Robert Schumann was born in Zwickau. The city on the Mulde River has an international reputation as the cradle of automobile manufacturing. For decades, the cult vehicle of the GDR era, the Trabant, was built here. Zwickau is the starting point of the Saxon Silver Road and achieved ...
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Ratingen

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 87,500 inhabitants
Ratingen
Ratingen is centrally located in the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region and borders the cities of Düsseldorf, Duisburg and Essen, among others. It is considered to be an extremely versatile city. Ratingen is at the same time a historical city with various interesting buildings, a business city with an excellent infrastructure, ...
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Lünen

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 86,300 inhabitants
Lünen
Go on a discovery tour in the city of Lünen. In the city center you will find numerous shopping opportunities as well as interesting historical buildings. If you want to take a rest while strolling, you can sit down in one of the cafes or stroll through the Tobiaspark. ...
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Villingen-Schwenningen

State: Baden-Würtemberg | 85,700 inhabitants
Villingen-Schwenningen
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Konstanz

State: Baden-Würtemberg | 84,900 inhabitants
Konstanz
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Marl

State: North Rhine-Westphalia | 84,100 inhabitants
Marl
Marl belongs to the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region and is located in the northern part of the Ruhr area. Culture is very important in the city of Marl. At the center of this is the Theater Marl. There, the audience is offered a wide variety of events at a high level. ...
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Worms

State: Rhineland-Palatinate | 83,500 inhabitants
Worms
The former capital of the Burgundian Empire is located on the left bank of the Rhine in Rheinhessen. The place was founded by the Celts, the Romans maintained a camp here from 31 BC at the latest. The people of Worms claim to live in possibly the oldest German city, but ...
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