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City Travel

Cities are hubs for different aspects. They are all the same hectic, more or less clean, with good or rather dodgy public transport infrastructure or parking facilities when the car has to be used. On the other hand, each city has in common that there are some very beautiful, interesting and worth seeing features that tell and explain the city's (hi)story.

Stories From A to Z Cities

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Aix-en-Provence

That's Aix: A handful of Parisian elegance deep in Provençe

Antibes

Antibes has conquered the hearts of so many artists. So has ours.

Bad Aibling

Spa and holiday resort, only 50 km away from Munich.

Bad Bergzabern

Bad Bergzabern in the south of Palatinate lies between woods and vineyards.

Bad Reichenhall

Here you will find a wide range of wellness, health, spa and cultural activities.

Bergerac

Inside the city centre the walls are old and the people young.

Béthune

Béthune, a vibrant small town between Arras and Saint-Omer

Besançon

The cultivated Besançon is nestled in a turn of the River Doubs.

Boulogne-sur-Mer

Boulogne is the most interesting one of the French canal ports.

Colmar

Colmar...

Cassis

Poets raved about Cassis's small harbour and it was a favourite motif for painters.

Châtillon-sur-Charlaronne

Châtillon is situated right in the middle of the former department of L'Ain.

Echternach

The story of «Laange Veit» is the legendary origin of the jumping procession.

Grasse

A few minutes by car from the Côte d'Azur lies Grasse, the city of perfumers.

Hallstatt

The salt in the mountains above the town made Hallstatt a centre of salt production.

La Ciotat

La Ciotat and the Mediterranean Sea are like an old couple.

La Colle-sur-Loup

A picture book Provençe: small, lively, charming.

Le Castellet

Here everything circles around the pretty things, which make life more beautiful.

City of Luxembourg

The old town listed by Unesco is one of the most wonderful capitals of Europe.

Marseille

For many years Marseille was the black sheep on the Provençal coast.

Mouans-Sartoux

It used to be a village with olive trees, fields of flowers and jasmine for the perfumers in Grasse.

Mougins

This village, a few minutes off the sea, is a stronghold of art, culture and culinary delights.

Nancy

Nancy with its museums and UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Périgueux

Périgueux lies on the banks of the Isle, where Gauls originally settled.

Pérouges

Pérouges has remained practically unchanged since the Middle Ages and can only be discovered by walking.

Regensburg

Let yourself drift in Regensburg and you will experience amazing things.

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Saint-Omer

Saint-Omer is centrally located in Hauts-de-France, ideal for getting to know the region.

Sanary-sur-Mer

Sanary has been an insider tip in Provence for over 100 years.

Sankt-Martin

Here we dive into the lively wine and culinary culture of the Palatinate.

Sarlat-la-Canéda

is the cultural and culinary epicentre of the Dordogne.

Schengen

Schengen is a small wine village on the Moselle and the cradle of borderless Europe.

St. Paul de Vence

has the reputation of being home to many artists. We only saw masses of tourists in the narrow streets.

Toulon

If you are looking for bling-bling you are wrong here.

Trévoux

Trévoux is a small town on the banks of the Saône with impressive buildings.

Villars-les-Dombes

A small, quiet village in the Dombes region with beautiful old houses, town hall and the church opposite.

Wachenheim

The wine and sparkling wine town of Wachenheim is nestled in a sea of vines and the Palatinate Forest Nature Park.

Wissembourg

Whether Wissembourg is really the "true beginning" of the German Wine Route, we leave aside.