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Top Reasons to Go to Franconia and the Danube
Bamberg’s Altstadt: This one isn't just for the tourists. Bamberg may be a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but it's also a vibrant town living very much in the present.
Vierzehnheiligen: Just north of Bamberg, this church’s swirling rococo decoration earned it the nickname "God's Ballroom."
Nürnberg’s Kaiserburg: Holy Roman emperors once resided in the vast complex of this imperial castle, which has fabulous views over the entire city.
Steinerne Brücke in Regensburg: This 12th-century Stone Bridge was considered an amazing feat of engineering in its time.
An organ concert in Passau: You can listen to the mighty sound the 17,774 pipes of Dom St. Stephan’s organ create at weekday concerts.
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