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Hubby and I are travelling for around 18 days in Germany (business cum pleasure). Frankfurt/Hamburg/Tubingen & Munich are a must as we have customers to visit in these places. The rest are for pleasure only. Shall arrive in Frankfurt and depart from Munich. Tentative itinerary -

Frankfurt 3 days
Hamburg 3 days
Cologne 3 days (Plan to visit Aachen - worth it?)
Stuttgart 2 days
Tubingen 2 days
Black Forest 2 days (driving around with a german friend)
Munich 3 days

Any suggestions would be most welcome. We plan to buy a 8-10 day German Rail Pass which is 440 Euros for a twin pass. Will that work out cheaper ? and can we use it for travel in the cities also?

Thanks

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