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Rust: Europa-Park Entrance Ticket

Rust: Europa-Park Entrance Ticket

With more than six million visitors, Europa-Park is by far the largest theme park in Germany and the most visited seasonal theme park in the world. Embark on a journey of discovery through different European themed areas and look forward to over 100 attractions. At Europa-Park you can experience unforgettable adrenaline kicks or relax in comfort. In the Austrian themed area, visitors will finally be able to experience the popular family attractions Alpine Coaster 'Enzian' and ‘Tiroler Wildwasserbahn’ again in 2024. You will be able to look forward to a ride on the ‘Voltron Nevera powered by Rimac’ rollercoaster in the new Croatia themed area. In the immediate vicinity of Europa-Park you will find the virtual reality experience YULLBE, where you can immerse yourself in further exciting adventures and take on thrilling challenges. Book your YULLBE ticket directly on our website.

Heidelberg: Neckar River Sightseeing Cruise with a Drink

Heidelberg: Neckar River Sightseeing Cruise with a Drink

Immerse yourself in the charm of Heidelberg from a new perspective by cruising along the serene waters of the Neckar River. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the views of the Old Bridge as you glide underneath it and take in the view of the famous Heidelberg Castle in the background. You can get a drink (softdrinks, water, beer) of your choice, which is included in your booking. Embark on your journey down the Neckar River and take views of some of Heidelberg's most famous sights. See the historic of Heidelberg Castle nestled atop a hill and overlooking the old city, as the boat approaches the Old Bridge. Next, admire picturesque views of the grand villas along the Neuenheimer riverbank and don't miss the famous Philosophenweg. As the boat turns around at the Wielblinger Wehrsteg, see the historic town hall on your return journey, before disembarking back at the pier. This trip encapsulates the most significant highlights of Heidelberg, while allowing you to relax aboard ship.

Stuttgart 24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus Tour

Stuttgart 24-Hour Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus Tour

Board a hop-on-hop-off bus with this day ticket and explore Stuttgart at your own pace. Your 24-hour hop-on-hop-off ticket gives you enough time to explore the city as you wish. You have the choice between the blue and the green tour. You can get on and off as often as you like at 8 stops on the Blue Tour and 8 stops on the Green Tour in the greater Stuttgart area. Alternatively, you can stay on the bus and enjoy the flair of the city from your seat. The Blue Tour takes about 100 minutes, the Green Tour about 60 minutes. Discover multi-faceted Stuttgart and get ready for a city full of surprises. Learn all kinds of interesting and entertaining facts about Baden-Württemberg’s pulsating state capital with the audio guide, which is available in 10 languages (additional Swabian channel and children's channel), in premium sound quality. With a combination ticket, you can explore the Blue and the Green Tour. Please note that the Green Tour only run in the summer season from April to October. Blue Tour Stops: 1) Tourist Information 2) Schlossplatz 3) Pig Museum 4) Mercedes Benz Museum 5)Weingenuss / Römer 6) Weinwanderung 7) Killesberg / Weissenhofmuseum 8) Linden Museum Green Tour Stops: 1) Tourist Information 2) Schlossplatz 3) TV Tower 4) 'Zacke' Rack Railway 5) Funicular Railway 6) Marienplatz Square 7) Karlshöhe 8) Linden Museum

Freiburg: Gässle, Bächle and More City Tour

Freiburg: Gässle, Bächle and More City Tour

Explore the picturesque and green city of Freiburg during a wonderful walking tour through the old town. See the famous Freiburger Bächle, the small waterways along the streets and alleys, and the contorted alleys called Gässle, as well as many of the colorful Rheinkiesel-mosaics, which give the city its distinctive atmosphere. Head to Minster Square with its beautiful community centers and secular buildings and see the traditional farmers' market (in the morning) as well as many cafés and pubs called Beizen. Start your tour at the town hall square, where your guide will be waiting for you. From the beginning, you will see this square boasts numerous historic buildings. From there, continue across the Kaiser-Joseph-Street, the former grand boulevard of medieval Freiburg, and head towards the Freiburg Minster, the cultural center of the historical old town and an exceptional example of medieval Gothic. Discover the bizarrely shaped gargoyles, the delicate steeple, and the colorful farmers' market on Minster Square. Explore some of the historic sights around the impressive cathedral. See the historic department store, the Alte Wache, the Haus zum schönen Eck and many more. Continue along the Konviktstraßen, one of the most beautiful alleys in Freiburg, until you get to the Handwerkerviertel.

Regensburg: Guided City Walking Tour of the Old Town

Regensburg: Guided City Walking Tour of the Old Town

Immerse yourself in Regensburg on this guided walking tour taking you to all the key sights. Witness the city's iconic Stone Bridge, Porta Praetoria, the Cathedral of St. Peter, and its Old Town Hall while learning all about its history from your local guide. Meet in the centre of town at the famous Rathausplatz and get ready to explore the scenic city. Stroll through wide squares and pleasant narrow streets as you encounter the city's historic buildings. Suck up 2000 years worth of history as you go to the Stone Bridge, the ciy's quintessential landmark. Marvel at the Porta Praetoria, be wowed by the Cathedral, and pause at the Old Town Hall. Learn about other sights like patrician houses and dynasty towers as you get to know Regensburg.

Regensburg: City Tour with the Bimmelbahn Train

Regensburg: City Tour with the Bimmelbahn Train

Explore the historic city of Regensburg onboard a tourist train. Enjoy a ride through the city center departing from the Cathedral. Travel along the Danube and pass by the Palace of St. Emmeram, the seat of the princely family of Thurn and Taxis. Enjoy panoramic views of the sights from the comfort of your train seat. In addition, learn more about the history of the city and uncover its secrets and legends from an informative audio-guide. During this tour, see see all of the city's highlights in just 45 minutes and afterwards, explore the rest of the city at your own pace.

Heidelberg: Walking Tour of the Old Town

Heidelberg: Walking Tour of the Old Town

Look behind the scenes of Heidelberg! If you want to discover the exciting, romantic, funny and always entertaining stories Heidelberg has to offer, join this guided tour of the old town and learn more from the qualified guides. Enchanting alleys and squares, small gardens that pop up unexpectedly, museums and galleries: Heidelberg’s old town has many facets. This tour will breathe life into the city’s past, adding rich detail to the contours of today’s city. Whether it is the Church of the Holy Spirit, the Jesuitenviertel, Germany’s oldest university with its Students’ Prison, or other sightseeing attractions: every place of interest in the old town has a unique ambiance and history well worth immersing yourself in for a few minutes. The tour also passes along the main street, one of the longest pedestrian zones in Europe. Many detours into the alleyways of the old town confirm the truth of the old saying “you only truly learn about the countryside by taking the back roads.”

Stuttgart: TV Tower Tickets

Stuttgart: TV Tower Tickets

At 217 meters tall, the TV Tower of Stuttgart was the first in the world and thus the oft-imitated prototype for many other television towers. Regarded as an aesthetic and architectural masterpiece, TV Tower Stuttgart has remained unique with its harmonious proportions and timeless design.  One of Stuttgart's main landmarks, the tower has long attracted visitors from all over the world. Those that reach the top will be treated to fantastic views of the surrounding areas, over the vineyard landscape of the Neckar valley, the Swabian country, towards the Alps, Black Forest and the Odenwald. You may also wish to stop at the restaurant in the tower for a bite to eat or a drink.

Regensburg: Sightseeing Cruise to Walhalla

Regensburg: Sightseeing Cruise to Walhalla

On this two-hour adventrue tour from Regensburg to Walhalla and back, you will be chanchanted by the magic of water. On board of the Crystal Queen or Princes you will experience the fascinating world of water and crystal three times a day! Let yourself be inspired by unique attractions on board. Sights and interesting facts along the route are explained staged via on-board loudspeakers.

Stuttgart: Guided Ghost Walking Tour

Stuttgart: Guided Ghost Walking Tour

Discover the eerie history of Stuttgart on a guided ghost tour in Old Town. See the Market square, Collegiate Church, the Old Castle, and the Schlossplatz. Learn about dark encounters with headless horsemen and shadowy figures that can still be seen at dawn today. Hear stories about the history of Stuttgart and find out, among other things, where the bean quarter got its name, what the city owes to a hidden stream, and about graveyards in the olden times.

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A lovely day trip from Nuremberg. The boat is beautiful and the staff were friendly (despite us not being able to speak German- sorry!). The surroundings of Ramberg are STUNNING. Take your bathers and a towel and take a dip in the water. Super convenient in the train too. We booked a day ticket and travelled to Pleinfeld then Ramsberg.

The zeppelin museum is small but has a lot of zeppelin history. I was most impressed with the frau (woman) who owned it. She was soooo nice. My dad even went back the next day. She doesn’t speak any English really but you understand enough. It was a special treat.

What a great way to relax and enjoy the beautiful sites. Our skipper was fabulous, stopped for photos and tended to our needs. Highly recommend

Fantastic & knowledgeable guide, perfectly paced tour of all the essential sights

Great experience. Very beautiful park, designed with attention to detail.