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Early August trip to Germany

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I will be visiting Germany on 8/3 and landing in Dusseldorf. I will be departing on 8/8 but can further extend it. I will be traveling with my wife and three kids of age 4, 6 and 11.

Would you please suggest an itinerary that will allow me to enjoy a few days without too much struggle. I would love to go see the countryside with the kids and may be stay there a well.

One idea that I have is to go to Cologne and stay there the whole time and take day trips to nearby towns. Any suggestions?

The other option may be buy a 4 to 6 days rail package to travel within Germany but in that case need suggestions on where to go and stay. Each Adult is $351 and older child is $178 and children 4 and 6 are free. I save some money on travel.

Third option is to buy 4 to six days Germany/Benelux rail package. Adults are $326 each and each child are $212 each.

Any help in planning the trip is appreciated.

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