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Planning a trip to Germany in 2014

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Germany is a much more difficult place to research than I thought! :-)

Can any kind souls help recommend which Germany cities are easy to get around, with a 20+month toddler in tow and without travelling in a car?

it will be a two weeks trip, likely in early may next year and if possible, I will like to go to paris as well. I am ok to any kind of places of interest, as long as they prove interesting to a toddler and not difficult to get to without a car. A castle and/or some wildlife will be great as well, if that is possible!

Many thanks,
Louise

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