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Homburg Flea and Antiques Market

biggest flea and antiques market in southwest GermanyThe next Flea and Antiques market will be held on Saturday, August 6. from 08:00 – 16:00

The biggest flea and antiques market in southwest Germany, Homburg Flea and Antiques Market takes place on the first Saturday of the month, in the area known as the Forum, in front of the Homburg Rathaus (town hall).

Dates for 2022: – 6. August – 3. September – 8. October – 5. November

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The “Lautrer Summer Evenings”

Relaxed concert atmosphere in Kaiserslautern city center – the brand new series of events organized by the City of Kaiserslautern.

Over the summer months various artists will be performing on a mobile event stage on six evenings, alternating between different squares in Kaiserslautern’s city center. Visitors can look forward to an attractive offer to linger every second Thursday evening between 17:00 to 21:00.

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AFN TV, Sports & Movie Schedules

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The inkwire AFN TV Online schedules are updated several times a day! Check the latest schedules, for a wide variety of old favorites as well as some great new cinematic spectaculars. Daily updates of some of the most popular, AFN TV, Sports & Astra satellite movie channel program schedules as well as background info on the movies

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Schwaben Park – Located in the Rems-Murr-Kreis district in Baden- Württemburg. The Park for the whole family, Over 40 Rides and Attractions – Season starts April 9

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Neroberg Outdoor Climbing Park – Wiesbaden

The Neroberg High Ropes Outdoor Climbing Park is located high above Wiesbaden in a scenic wooded area on the Neroberg between the ancient oak and beech trees.

One of the largest and certainly one of the most beautiful high ropes courses in Germany offering adventure, fun, nature and team experience for young and old, large and small.

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The National War and Resistance Museum, Overloon, Holland.

The 35-acre area of the museum was once a battlefield where German and Allied Forces came to blows in the autumn of 1944. Today the battle site, now named Liberty Park, is home to one of the best military museums in Europe. Exhibits from wartime occupied Holland and the horrors of the Nazi persecution and death camps, and displays of more than 150 vehicles, vessels and aircraft from World War II.

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Heidelberg Old Bridge on the Neckar

Heidelberg Castle & Old Bridge ©GNTB/ Francesco Carovillano

Heidelberg is known to tourists for its famous castle, for Germany’s oldest university and for lanes in the Old Town that are steeped in history. It is also a modern scientific and economic center with an international reputation and a most lively and varied cultural scene. This attracts people from all over the world, some 3.5 million guests per year.

Heidelberg’s castle ruins have been famous for centuries as romantic ruins, so they’ve not been fully restored. Yet this is one of the most evocative castles you might visit in Europe.

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Cinque Terre

Cinque Terre is a string of centuries-old seaside villages on the rugged Italian Riviera coastline. In each of the 5 villages, colourful houses and vineyards cling to the steep terraces, harbours are filled with fishing boats and trattorias offer seafood specialties along with the Liguria region’s famous pesto sauce. Linking the villages the Sentiero Azzurro cliffside hiking trail offers sweeping coastal panoramas.

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Kaiserslautern Zoo

Erlebnistag_2022The Kaiserslautern Zoo is a popular destination located in Siegelbach in the northwestern outskirts of the city’s suburbs: an oasis of tranquility where you discover nature, and learn interesting details about the kingdom of animals.

Night of the Animals

Colorful light show at the “Night of the Animals” on 30.07.2022 and adventure day on 31.07.2022. For the “Night of the Animals” on July 30, visitors can look forward to a sea of lights in the park and a colorful evening music program with the formation “Nimm 3”.

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Buying a Car in Europe

U.S. Military personnel stationed in Europe have the opportunity to buy a new car at substantial rebates over prices in the United States. Benefits of military car sales programs include tax-free sales, fixed dollar prices and U.S specs.

Military sales program prices are fixed, so there is no time-wasting hassle, no need to bargain, no need to contact many different dealers to try to get the best price. No feeling that other customers might be getting a better price – everyone pays the same. Staff working for the various military sales programs are specialists trained to give help and advice on all aspects of buying a U.S. spec car in Europe including help with home shipping and financing.

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Draisine Tours in the Glan Valley

What to do with 40 kilometres of railway track that no-one needs anymore? Simple: keep using it, only with different vehicles.

This is the opportunity that offered itself in the Glan Valley between Altenglan and Staudernheim a half hour’s drive north of Kaiserslautern. The one-track draisine line makes a great first impression through the charm of the surrounding landscape, where the eye can rove at leisure while riding a draisine instead of rushing past behind the wheel of an automobile.

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The world’s most famous “Cuckoo Clock”.

The Oppenheimer cellar labyrinth


An adventure for the whole family

Weather independent, open all year and an experience for the whole family. This is how 1000 years of history present themselves under the feet of the visitors of the Oppenheimer old town. A worth seeing historical treasure of national importance.

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The golden spires of Speyer

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Speyer’s magnificent cathedral

Crossing the Rhine, the vast Cathedral with its four towers is imposingly massive even today. So what sort of impression must it have made when first consecrated in 1061?

It was certainly designed to impress, because its founder, the newly elected German Emperor, Conrad II, wanted to create a fittingly grandiose burial church for himself and his heirs of the Salian dynasty.

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On the trail of the Fairy Tale King

Neuschwanstein Castle ©GNTB/ Francesco Carovillano

Storybook castles and an eccentric king, picturesque landscapes and Germany’s highest mountain create an itinerary not to be missed during your European tour.

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