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Since inception, Wild Frontiers has been committed to producing the most innovative and ground-breaking holidays on the market. Whether you are looking for serious adventure, or a more relaxing and luxurious experience, we have always strived to offer something different and memorable. In our Experiences portfolio we have put together the very best collection of original holidays, targeted to specific audiences, and hope that this will help to inspire and guide you to find a trip that is perfect for you.

Auto & Technik Museum

The AUTO & TECHNIK MUSEUM SINSHEIM is located directly next to the autobahn A6 between the cities of Mannheim and Heilbronn (Southern Germany) about a one hour drive from Frankfurt. Leave the autobahn at the exit Sinsheim-Süd (Nr. 33b) and follow the direction signs which will guide you to the museum. They have two fully accessible supersonic jets for you, the Concorde and Tupolev TU-144, located on the museum roof. There is something for everyone to discover in the exhibition halls, hundreds ofclassic cars and motorcycles from all eras, huge steam engines, formula 1 legends, classy sports cars, record-breaking vehicles like the Blue Flame or Brutus, farming machines, giant engines, a military history exhibition, and much more. A visit to the IMAX 3D movie theatre is an unforgettable experience, featuring exclusive 3D films on a screen as high as a house. Restaurant 365 days a year our restaurants will spoil you with cold and hot meals, beverages as well as coffee and cake. The museum restaurant offers German cuisine whereas the pasta restaurant "Airport" will additionally provide predominantly Italien specialties during the summer months. All meals are freshly cooked by our chefs. The bistro in the museums foyer is the ideal place for a quick snack. For a sublime meal in a calm atmosphere the Restaurant Fandango is available at the nearby 4 Hotel Sinsheim. For Kids Family orientated features are important to us. In our open air grounds we are offering playgrounds for children. The big slide, leading directly from the airplanes into the museum hall, is great fun not only for kids. As well as our playground, the walk-in exhibits are popular among our youngest guests, like the Concorde or the many locomotives. Museum Quiz An interesting pastime for children is our museum quiz, which children can be make during their museum visit. You can download this quiz on this website for free! Service In their restaurant they offer children meals - they can also heat up your baby meals. In their restaurant you will find a babycare-room.

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Auto & Technik Museum
Frankfurt
Germany
EUR 21 P.P
#Museum

Neuschwanstein Castle

Today Neuschwanstein is one of the most popular of all the palaces and castles in Europe. Every year 1.4 millionpeople visit the castle of the fairy-tale king. In the summer around 6,000 visitors a day stream through rooms that were intended for a single inhabitant. The setting of Neuschwanstein could not be more idyllic. However, movement in the foundation area has to be continuously monitored, and the sheer rock walls must be repeatedly secured. The harsh climate also has a detrimental effect on the limestone facades, which will have to be renovated section by section over the next few years. The Neuschwanstein Castle is one of the most visited castles in Germany and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. The castle is located in Bavaria, near the town of Fussen. It was built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria, also known as the “Fairytale King”. See our Neuschwanstein Castle Tour page. King Ludwig was a great admirer and supporter of Richard Wagner, the world-renowned composer. Neuschwanstein Castle was built in his honor and many rooms in the castle’s interior were inspired by Wagner’s characters. The third floor particularly reflects Ludwig’s admiration of Wagner’s operas.The Singers Hall, which occupies the entire fourth floor of Neuschwanstein also contains characters from Wagner’s operas. Neuschwanstein literally means “New Swan Castle” referencing of “the Swan Knight” one of the Wagner’s characters. While Neuschwanstein’s look is that of a medieval castle, it was equipped inside with state of the art technology at that time. For example on every floor of the castle there were toilets with automatic flushing system, as well as an air heating system for the whole castle. Water was supplied by a nearby spring situated at only 200 meters above the castle. Neuschwanstein’s positioning is also a fairytale one. It is located in the Alps in Bavaria, Germany, in a magnificent landscape, on the top of a hill. Neuschwanstein overlooks the Hohenschwangau valley. If you come to visit this castle, you will be amazed by the extremely beautiful landscape that surrounds it. 

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Neuschwanstein Castle
Frankfurt
Germany
EUR 13.8 P.P
#Palace/Fort/Castle

Europa Park

Huge variety Experience the Region Europa Park The Region Europa Park 19 cities around Germanys biggest adventure park- stands for variety, enjoyment and recreation. Besides the popular amusement park, a lot more of attractions await you in the region.  If you come to Europa Park looking for fun, excitement and adventure, you won't be disappointed! There are all kinds of exciting things going on at Europa Parks 95-hectare site. A giant among theme parks and a top family attraction for many years, Europa Park has everything you could wish for and more. With a sensational mix of high adrenaline rides, cleverly conceived themed areas, beautiful parks, plus around 23 hours of shows including childrens theatre, ice revues and variety every day, the resort ticks all the right boxes when it comes to fun and entertainment. A statue of Euro Mouse, the park mascot, greets you as you arrive. Inside, the resort is divided into European themed areas packed with over 100 attractions and events that will surpass even the highest expectations.  The breathtaking Silver Star rollercoaster, which is the second highest in Europe and visible from miles around, as well as the gargantuan wooden WODAN Timbur Coaster that hurtles along at over 100 km/h, wildwater rapids, water rollercoaster and loop the loop rollercoaster promise lots of fun and white knuckle excitement. No less thrilling are the flight simulator, 4D cinema and other interactive attractions. Eating at one of the park's themed restaurants is also part of the experience. If high octane rollercoasters are not your thing, you can enjoy a nostalgic driving experience behind the wheel of a vintage car. From late November until early January, the park is transformed into a winter wonderland with a whole host of winter attractions in the lead up to Christmas and New Year's Eve. Europa Park in Rust Germany's number one theme park and a one stop shop for thrills, spills and fun you'll want to return time and time again!  

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Europa Park
Frankfurt
Germany
EUR 52 P.P
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Salzbergwerk Berchtesgaden Salt Mine

THE SALTMINE The Salt Mine Berchtesgaden has been in uninterrupted operation since 1517. Salt deposits are proven to be up to 300 m below the valley floor in the area of the Salt Mine. Salt does not occur in a pure form, but rather, is encased in the “Haselgebirge”. This composite rock contains an average of 50% salt. It is released from the mountain with the aid of freshwater using a “wet mining” method. Salt mining from the Haselgebirge At five mining levels, 20 state of the art so called mud-flush drilling plants are in operation. Approx. 900,000 m³ of brine are extracted per annum. 2.000 m³ of freshwater are required for this each day. The Salt Mine employs approx. 100 employees. Half of these work underground. MINE PLAN • The way through salt mine Berchtesgaden. • view from circular route • ride into the mountain • first slide • salt cathedral • stone salt grotto • salt laboratory • blind shaft • tunneling • airlift drilling equipment • magic salt room • second slide • mirror lake • reichenbach pump • elevator RESTAURANT REICHENBACH Ambience and gastronomy at the Berchtesgaden Salt Mine. The „Reichenbach“ is located in the salt mine‘s former machinery building, which has been converted into an inn. The wonderful ambience and irresistible charm of this inn result from the fact that much of the original equipment from the machinery building has been kept. The Gasthaus Reichenbach offers a fantastic range of dishes along with an extensive selection of drinks, coffees and pastries. Of course we take reservations for travel groups and private functions etc. irrespective of our opening times the whole year round. The restaurants provide a great opportunity to carry out a diverse range of private functions. Overview of the benefits: The inn guarantees travel groups a problem-free and coordinated event (with pre-registration) Even on the day of arrival, travel groups can flexibly select what they would like to eat whilst they are still sitting on the bus and then put the order through to the restaurant up to 2 hours before the arrival. Place reservation Event location for all types of events and celebrations Food and drink is free for tour guides and coach drivers with a reservation for more than 20 people. Information: Reservations made by you will be available 30 minutes before and up to 30 minutes after the time stated. We ask for understanding that, depending on the workload, there may be a slight wait. Menus for both areas are available by fax on request. Bergschänke only open some of the time. New: mystical "light and sound" show & "rock-blasting" on the way out Don't miss this unique opportunity to experience more than just another tourist attraction: mining and exporting the "white gold" was the focal point of regional economy, technological progress and international politics.  

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Salzbergwerk Berchtesgaden Salt Mine
Frankfurt
Germany
EUR 17 P.P
#Cave / Mine Visit

Mercedez Benz Factory

The Mercedes-Benz Museum portrays the more than 130-year history of the automobile industry, from the very first day on. Filling nine floors and a surface area of 16,500 square metres, visitors can admire 160 vehicles and a total of more than 1500 exhibits. Classic store From Classic to Motorsport you will always find the latest products for Mercedes-Benz lovers - from accessories and car models to clothing, watches and literature. As the lead plant, the facility in Sindelfingen steers the production of the S-Class and E-Class model series within the global production network at Mercedes-Benz Cars. Sindelfingen manufactures the S-Class, the flagship vehicle from Mercedes-Benz. Next to the plant are various central functions (Manufacturing Engineering, the Technology Factory, Logistics, and Quality Management), the production organization of Mercedes-Benz Cars, and the headquarters of the MBC procurement organization. This proximity to central functions makes the facility in Sindelfingen unique. The Technology Factory is the scenario laboratory for innovative production technologies and processes within the context of Industry 4.0 and the smart Factory.

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Mercedez Benz Factory
Frankfurt
Germany
EUR 10 P.P
#Museum

Wilhema Zoo

Wilhelma is the most popular place for a leisure-time visit in Baden-Wurttemberg's capital city. Every year more than 2 million visitors come to the park from Stuttgart itself, from Baden-Wurttemberg and from the rest of Germany, as well as from neighbouring European countries. A visit is always worthwhile. The park is open every day of the year. The gates are always opened at 8.15 a.m. Depending on the month the park closes at different times. In the winter months, when the days are shorter, the park closes earlier. Due to the very many different animal and plant buildings, Wilhelma is a good place to visit even when the weather is bad. One can reach many of the animal and plant houses dry-shod, because they are connected by covered pathways, the so-called covered walkways. Wilhelma is also held in high esteem as living quarters by wild animals that do not belong to the fixed stock of the zoo. Fox and hare meet up on the meadows in the night; during the daytime visitors notice above all the many birds grey heron and storks are permanent guests at Wilhelma. Sometimes swans land on the ponds, mallard ducks are always there. Special visitors are green-legged moorhens, nuthatches, woodpeckers, tree-creepers and kingfishers. And the famous yellow-headed amazons are always appearing with a good deal of screeching in the trees at Wilhelma. Our visitors enjoy the lively activities of the "ordinary" blackbirds, titmice and sparrows all over the park. Even squirrels, white weasels, martens and hedgehogs have found their paradise at Wilhelma, which supplies them with food and lodgings in the best of city locations.

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Wilhema Zoo
Frankfurt
Germany
EUR 19 P.P
#Zoo / Aquarium

Caracalla Spa

Welcome to the Caracalla Spa : On more than 4000 m², the Caracalla Spa offers plenty of space for soothing relaxation and long bathing pleasure in the hot thermal water. The bathing area with its varied water areas and the Roman sauna landscape with outdoor area in the picturesque castle garden invite you to relax. Bathing and sauna area : Varied pools and temperatures between 18 ° C and 38 ° C in the Caracalla Spa invite you to long-lasting bathing pleasure in soothing thermal water. In addition to the attractive bathing pools, the spacious interior features a rock grotto with hot and cold water, a relaxing aroma steam bath and a brine inhalation room. The spacious outdoor area includes two marble pools, a lazy river, massage jets and two whirlpools. Enjoy an extensive sunbath and relax on our extensive sunbathing lawn with sun loungers. A special highlight are the outdoor pools in winter. Even in snow and low air temperatures, you can feel wonderful and relax outside in the hot thermal water. Saunas : Do something for yourself Give yourself a break and recharge your batteries Where could you relax better than in a beautiful ambience that radiates warmth and tranquility. Take your time and enjoy the special flair of the Roman sauna landscape with its mosaics and columns as well as numerous museum pieces and antiques. The outdoor area in the castle garden with its relaxing atmosphere is another highlight that you should not miss. Rest rooms : Blue Space - the liquid mind Enter a fascinating world of senses Magical tones, blue shades of light and gentle vibrations merge into a unique spatial experience. Relax on the lights and feel your inner space! The special sounds of the BLUE SPACE do not just spread in the room, they also touch your whole body. The Blue Space loungers contain a novel loudspeaker technology, which is being used for the first time in the wellness area in Germany. Holistic listening and the liquid moiree patterns on the ceiling will enchant you. Green relaxation room : The green relaxation room invites you to a special relaxation experience. Relax in the midst of natural elements and enjoy the magnificent view of Baden-Baden. The soothing green creates a natural ambience with pebbles, illuminated room dividers and bamboo elements. In the "green relaxation room" you experience absolute silence and can let your imagination wander far.      

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Caracalla Spa
Frankfurt
Germany
EUR 16 P.P
#Spa /Sauna

Allianz Arena

Allianz Arena is a football stadium in Munich, Bavaria, Germany with a 75,000 seating capacity. Widely known for its exterior of inflated ETFE plastic panels, it is the first stadium in the world with a full colour changing exterior. Located at 25 Werner-Heisenberg-Allee at the northern edge of Munich's Schwabing-Freimann borough on the Frottmaning Heath, it is the second-largest arena in Germany behind Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund. The two professional Munich football clubs FC Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 Munich had played their home games at the Allianz Arena since the start of the 2005–06 season. The clubs had previously played their home games at the Munich Olympic Stadium since 1972. 1860 Munich previously had a 50% share in the stadium, but Bayern Munich purchased their shares for €11 million in April 2006. The arrangement allowed 1860 Munich to play at the stadium while retaining no ownership until 2025. However, in July 2017 the rental contract was terminated, making Bayern Munich the sole tenants of the stadium. 28 kiosks are available on levels 2 and 6 Beer and sausage are an integral part of watching football and this tradition is maintained at the Allianz Arena. If you need a break from the excitement on the pitch there are 28 kiosks on levels 2 and 6 offering a quick snack and a drink. Whether you want a sausage, pizza or chips there is a vast choice of culinary delights on offer to keep you going. And if you need to quench your thirst there's beer on tap or a wide choice of soft drinks or coffee. The Arena Card payment system ensures there are no long queues to go with top quality and value for money and ever friendly service. Arena Bisto Grab a snack to go or take a break and chill – the pleasantly relaxing atmosphere of the Arena Bistro is the perfect place. Casual, fresh and informal - this meeting point offers just the right ambiance for every guest at any time. The modern and open internal architecture and cool sporty furnishings blend perfectly into the Allianz Arena. A large counter forms the central element. Be it on game days or weekdays – the bistro always has snacks like pizza, pasta, sandwiches and more along with hot and cold beverages for every taste. Guests can also enjoy delicious sweet treats like cakes and pastries while sipping their coffee, tea, hot chocolate or other beverage. With the bistro's efficient self-service, guests are never more than a short wait away from these great delights.

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Allianz Arena
Frankfurt
Germany
EUR 19 P.P
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BMW Museum

BMW developed an awareness of its history during the very first years of its existence. In as early as 1922, its first products were displayed as not-for-sale souvenirs in a room at the Munich plant. This evolved into the plant museum, which was upgraded with a new historical exhibition in 1966. In the late 1960s, the BMW board decided to build a new administration centre, for which the Viennese architect Prof. Karl Schwanzer won the international tender. BMW has him to thank for the forward-looking BMW Tower ensemble, featuring an independent museum building in the form of a silver-grey bowl. The BMW ensemble was officially opened on 18th May 1973. The exhibition in the new building consisted of a fairly simple display of exhibits, which did not intrude on the characteristic architecture of the museum. Over the years, the increasing number of visitors turned the BMW Museum into one of the most frequented company museums in Germany. It displayed three permanent exhibitions during its first 30 years. You can explore the highlights of the history of BMW Welt by clicking through our milestones. Have fun! BMW Welt is one of the first buildings representing a new generation of communication buildings for the 21st century. This is where the corporation goes into dialogue with its customers, friends and visitors from all over the world – a place of meeting and of change. The open style of architecture and the glass facade allow a lot of light into the rooms and open up the building to its surroundings. Simultaneously, BMW Welt harmonically blends into the context of the architecture of the Olympiapark and the existing BMW buildings. The interior of BMW Welt proves just as remarkable as its architecture. Even the smallest detail conveys to the visitors the notion of uniqueness. Different room perspectives, an easy orientation and a maximum of comfort create the right atmosphere in which to present the BMW Group brands – BMW, MINI and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars – as an impressive experience. This means to see, feel, hear, smell, and taste the brands – in brief, to experience the world of the brands of BMW Group with all the senses. In December 2001, following in-depth debates, the Board of BMW AG voted in favour of the architectural concept by Coop Himmelb(l)au. The outstanding concept of BMW Welt is very much characterised by the unique roof structure and the so-called Double Cone.

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BMW Museum
Frankfurt
Germany
EUR 10 P.P
#Museum

Englischer Garten

The sprawling English Garden is among Europes biggest city parks – it even rivals Londons Hyde Park and New Yorks Central Park for size – and is a popular playground for locals and visitors alike. Stretching north from Prinzregentenstrasse for about 5km, it was commissioned by Elector Karl Theodor in 1789 and designed by Benjamin Thompson, an American-born scientist working as an adviser to the Bavarian government. Paths piddle around in dark stands of mature oak and maple before emerging into sunlit meadows of lush grass. Locals are mindful of the park's popularity and tolerate the close quarters of cyclists, walkers and joggers. Street musicians dodge balls kicked by children and students sprawl on the grass to chat about missed lectures. Sooner or later you'll find your way to the Kleinhesseloher See, a lovely lake at the centre of the park. Work up a sweat while taking a spin around three little islands, then quaff a well-earned foamy one at the Seehaus beer garden. Several historic follies lend the park a playful charm. The wholly unexpected Chinesischer Turm, now at the heart of Munich's oldest beer garden, was built in the 18th century during a pan-European craze for all things oriental. Further south, at the top of a gentle hill, stands the heavily photographed Monopteros (1838), a small Greek temple whose ledges are often knee-to-knee with dangling legs belonging to people admiring the view of the Munich skyline.

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Englischer Garten
Frankfurt
Germany
EUR 0 P.P
#Garden / Park

Lichtentaler Allee

For more than 350 years the splendid park and gardens of "Lichtentaler Allee" have been the classic image of this small town on the Oos river, where they were created in 1655, as an avenue of oaks in front of the historic theatre. It was only at the start of the 19th Century that it was extended to become an impressive 3.5 km avenue from the Badischer Hof hotel to the Cistercian nunnery. Today the area is world famous, it has been immortalised by writers, and it boasts an impressive display of flowers and trees. It includes idyllic country scenes and elegant boulevards, and it is an ever-changing monument to the art of gardening. It has a rich growth of flowering rhododendrons and azaleas, and a splendid avenue of lime trees that stretches from the nunnery to the shepherd's cottage, with oaks, tulip trees, chestnut trees, plane-trees and alders. A stroll through the Lichtentaler Allee is a great way to enjoy nature at any time of year. In spring crocuses, daffodils and wild tulips spread from the foot of the trees like a colourful carpet, then when summer begins, red and purple rhododendrons start to bloom, so Baden-Baden's "green parlour" can be seen in all its splendour. Perhaps you might be more struck by the autumn colours, as the leaves turn a myriad of shades from yellow to dark red. Winter is tranquil and mysterious, with hoar frost on the meadows at the nunnery, as the roses lie dormant under the branches of fir trees. The "Lichtentaler Allee" is also extravagantly decorated with beautiful monuments from the Belle Epoque. There is plenty of art and culture to enjoy, including the Corinthian pillars of the historical pump room, the world famous snow-white Kurhaus/Casino, the neo-Baroque theatre built in the style of the Paris Opera, the Festspielhaus, Europe's second largest concert hall and opera house and Lichtenthal Abbey, a Cistercian nunnery that goes back over 760 years. With the opening of the museum, housing the Frieder Burda Collection, in October 2004, Richard Meier, the famous New York architect, has added a new jewel to the Lichtentaler Allee crown. Yet another highlight in its long and unique history. The Lichtentaler Allee also plays host to many first-class open air events all year round, such as the Philharmonic Park Night. Whether you jog, walk, cycle or simply stroll along the Lichtentaler Allee, it will prove to be a great sensory treat for body and soul. Let yourself be enchanted by the magnificent mature trees, the ornate bridges over the gurgling River Oos, the majestic hotels and the elegant mansions. The charm of this world famous avenue has had a far amount of time for it to blossom to the full – already over 350 years!

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Lichtentaler Allee
Frankfurt
Germany
EUR 0 P.P
#Garden / Park

Friedrichsbad Spa

The Munich Residence served as the seat of government and residence of the Bavarian dukes, electors and kings from 1508 to 1918. What began in 1385 as a castle in the north-eastern corner of the city (the Neuveste, or new citadel), was transformed by the rulers over the centuries into a magnificent palace, its buildings and gardens extending further and further into the town. The rooms and art collections spanning a period that begins with the Renaissance, and extends via the early Baroque and Rococo epochs to Neoclassicism, bear witness to the discriminating taste and the political ambition of the Wittelsbach dynasty. Much of the Residence was destroyed during the Second World War, and from 1945 it was gradually reconstructed. Today, with the museums of the Bavarian Palace Department (the Residence Museum itself, the Treasury and the Cuvillies Theatre) along with other cultural institutions, this is one of the largest museum complexes in Bavaria. Residence Museum : The Munich Residence has been open to the public as a museum since 1920 and is today one of the most important palace museums in Europe. The extensive building is a monument in stone to the self-image of its patrons, the rulers from the House of Wittelsbach, who governed Bavaria first as dukes, from the 17th century onwards as electors and from 1806 to 1918 as kings. The function of the Residence as the main residence and seat of government of the rulers, which it retained for centuries, is still reflected in its architecture and furnishings: from the 16th to the 19th century interiors of high artistic and material quality were created in Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassicist and Historicist styles. Here visitors can still see the changing forms of princely self-representation in the ages of humanism, Counter-Reformation, the Enlightenment, the divine right of kings and constitutional monarchy. All this is possible because in the Munich Residence the exquisite decoration of the rooms furniture and paintings, tapestries, treasures and religious devotional items is largely still in the place it was originally created for. The artistic and historical significance of rooms and their furnishings are rarely as simultaneously evident as they are here.

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Friedrichsbad Spa
Frankfurt
Germany
EUR 16 P.P
#Spa /Sauna

Mercedes Benz Museum

The Museum celebrates the automobile invented by Carl Benz in 1886 it relates its history and tells its stories, bringing both alive by placing them in the context of technology, day-to-day life, social history and popular culture. More than 160 vehicles of all types are the main protagonists. They range from some of the oldest automobiles ever built to legendary racing cars and futuristic research vehicles. Together with other exhibits, they form the centrepiece of the permanent exhibition covering a total of 16,500 square metres in twelve rooms. This unparalleled world can be discovered on two tours that follow a 'Legend' and 'Collection' narrative. Collection : Parallel to the Legend rooms in which exhibits are arranged scenically under artificial light, the bright Collection rooms show their exhibits in daylight. Here, the exhibits are not arranged in their chronological context but in a topical one. Thus, the Gallery of Voyagers shows vehicles from all epochs which made voyages both big and small safe and convenient. Audio-visual guides : Carry your electronic Mercedes-Benz expert around with you The audio-visual guide accompanies you on your tour of the Mercedes-Benz Museum. It offers additional information to you in eight different languages. For the German and English languages, you have a choice of four profiles: Basics, History, Technology and a Kids profile Guided tours : In addition to the audio guides, the Mercedes-BenzMuseum also offers open and private tours (automotive or architectural tours) by our experts. Further information on our guided tours can be found below. Automobile tour: Tue to Sun at 11 a.m. (English) Architectural tour: Fri 4 p.m. (German) All tours subject to change. Information and registration: in the Mercedes-Benz Classic Contact Center. As per availability. Cost per person: 5 euros plus museum admission. Fascination to take away : The Museum Shop in the passage of the Mercedes-BenzMuseum fulfils every wish. To go shopping when you feel like it – even on Sundays and public holidays. On more than 500 square meters the Museum Shop offers you the world wide largest range of Mercedes-Benz products: Current fashion, countless high-quality model cars and fascinating literature about the history of Mercedes-Benz. Architecture and design can all be found here – as well as luxury watches, offers for children and a wide range of gifts bearing the famous Mercedes star. You need holiday items or motorsport equipments In the Museum Shop, you’ll find it. Parking facilities : In the museum’s car park or in the P4 multistory car park. Parking fees: 1 Euro per hour for the first, second and third hour; 2 Euro per hour from the fourth hour. Present your parking ticket when shopping in our museum shops or visiting our restaurants and you will be granted one hour of free parking.

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Mercedes Benz Museum
Frankfurt
Germany
EUR 10 P.P
#Museum

Ludwigsburg Palace

Ludwigsburg Residential Palace (Residenzschloss Ludwigsburg) is one of the few Baroque buildings to have survived the tumultuous history of the last centuries almost unscathed. This truly palatial complex stands out not just for its impressive size, but also for its sumptuous interiors. Another feature is the unique blend of three quite different architectural styles Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassicism. A rich variety of museums and exhibitions, for both young and old, help to make Ludwigsburg Residential Palace a popular tourist attraction the Keramikmuseum (Ceramics Museum) houses a large collection; the Modemuseum (Fashion Museum) showcases clothing from the 18 th century to the 20 th ; the private apartments of Duke Carl Eugen, with their original decor, boast rare and valuable furniture and accessories; and the Barockgalerie(Baroque Gallery) features an array of historical works by a selection of artists. Kinderreich is an interactive museum where young visitors are positively encouraged to touch the exhibits and try things for themselves. Children aged four years and up can dress up and learn about life in the Duke’s court. FROM A HUNTING LODGE TO A STATELY RESIDENCE The first palace on the site, which forms the old corps de logis, or main part of the building, was constructed from 1704 onwards. It was intended as a hunting lodge for Duke Eberhard Ludwig. In 1718, however, when Ludwigsburg became the Duke’s principal place of residence, he sought a more fitting reflection of his power and prestige. Donato Giuseppe Frisoni, who was responsible for the construction of the palace, also developed the plans for a new corps de logis to the south. As a result, the three wing complex acquired a fourth wing, enclosing a square. The impressive structure was completed in 1733. 

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Ludwigsburg Palace
Frankfurt
Germany
EUR 8 P.P
#Palace/Fort/Castle

Mozart House

Mozart’s Residence was reconstructed after being destroyed during World War II and was re-opened to the public in 1996. The biographies of the family members and the authentic impressions of everyday family life fill the house with their spirit to this day and allow visitors to experience Mozart anew. MUSEUM Exhibition The building, largely destroyed during World War II, was faithfully reconstructed and opened to the public as a second Mozart museum in 1996. With its eight rooms, the house provided the family with a larger living quarters from 1773 onwards. Wolfgang Amadeus lived here until early 1781, when he left the city for good to live in Vienna. In the spacious rooms, original documents and portraits document the history of the house, of Mozart's compositions during his Salzburg years, and of the social environment of the Mozart family. Special attractions include Mozart's original fortepiano and the famous family portrait in the ‘Dance-Master's Salon’. Separate areas are dedicated to topics such as the women in Mozart's life, espesially his sister Nannerl, and to 'Bolzlschieben', a popular pastime among the Mozarts, as well as to the family's extensive travels. An audio-visual display about Mozart's life and his Salzburg surroundings completes the tour of the museum. Mozart’s Residence also holds varying special exhibitions, concerts, and lectures. Due to the 20th anniversary of the reconstruction of the Mozart Residence, Dai-Ichi Life, one of the longterm partners of the Salzburg Mozarteum Foundation, which was mainly responsible for the co-financing of the reconstruction, created a special website, with all relevant information. You can find it here. Mozart audio and film collection As a complement to the exhibitions in the Mozart’s Residence, museum visitors will find the Mozart audio and film collection on the mezzanine level, which contains numerous audio and film documents. GUIDED TOURS The two Mozart museums offer a varied program of guided tours. Depending on the varying interests and age groups of individual visitors, groups, and school classes, the information about the life and music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is geared to the appropriate age and specific interest.

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Mozart House
Vienna
Austria
EUR 11 P.P
#Museum