Maastricht occupies a unique location in European geography and history. It sits firmly in the borderlands between the French, Dutch and German-speaking worlds. Visiting is easy to do and most of its sights can be seen in one day.
City Overview: Wuppertal
A visual overview of the main things to see in Wuppertal, a unique 19th century city that snakes along the Wupper Valley. Its best known for its elevated railway, suspended above the river, and its 19th century cityscape.
City Overview: Lübeck
A visual overview of the main things to see in Lübeck, one of Germany's treasures. The city offers, along with places like Bamberg and Görlitz, one of the best preserved historical centers in Germany.
City Overview: Aschaffenburg
A visual overview of the main things to see in Aschaffenburg, a small city with a big castle. Despite losses in WWII, it remains one of the most beautiful cityscapes in Germany.
City Overview: Wiesbaden
A visual overview of the main things to see in Wiesbaden, a city with one of the largest intact old-towns in Germany. The city is known for its Historicst architecture, more commonly associated with the avenues of Paris or Vienna.