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Meckenbeuren: Ravensburger Spieleland Entrance Ticket

1. Meckenbeuren: Ravensburger Spieleland Entrance Ticket

Discover over 70 attractions in 8 themed worlds at Ravensburger Spieleland. Marvel at the hops and corn on the tractor ride together with the family, extinguish the burning house as a team in the fire department game, or experience the fast-paced GraviTrax ball track. Animal fun awaits you on the animal carousel, in the "wild chicken coop", and on the pony riding track in the Green Oasis. Dive into the BRIO World-themed area and experience the Water Police and Construction Site play worlds up close. Embark on a speedy ride through the harbor with the BRIO Wave Rider or climb on the BRIO Play Train. Ravensburger classic games in XXL, such as "Tempo kleine Schnecke", can be discovered in the "Kunterbunten Spielewelt" and in the "Acitivity World" with the favorites from "Die Maulwurf Company". Meet your TV stars daily for a personal photoshoot in the "Mouse and Elephant Experience World", balance with the elephant, and look forward to great 3D films. Experience tingling fun for the whole family on the giant Kakerlakak swing. The Billy Beaver Rafting and the free-fall tower "Here comes the mouse" promise fast-paced fun. Make your favorite chocolate in the Ritter Sport chocolate workshop, demonstrate your manual skills and team spirit when changing wheels in the Bosch Car Service workshop world, or get your driver's license in the ADAC children's traffic school

Stuttgart: Wine Museum Ticket

2. Stuttgart: Wine Museum Ticket

Visit the Weinbaumuseum, Stuttgart’s wine-growing museum, discover the history of viticulture, and learn all about past and present wine-growing techniques of the area. Explore the different wine-based theme exhibits that take you through the long history and varied characteristics of the juice of the grape, which has enjoyed great popularity in the region of Swabia since the early 12th century. Take in fascinating and curious facts on the subject of viniculture and test with your own nose how the different soil aromas bring about the famous “Bodagfährtle”, or terroir, in the bouquet of Swabia’s wines. After your visit to the different exhibits, it is recommended that you do the fine wine tasting experience in the museum (not included in the ticket price).

Pass-Alsace: The Best of Alsace in your Pocket

3. Pass-Alsace: The Best of Alsace in your Pocket

Organize your trip to Alsace with free entry to a large choice of museums, castles, wildlife parks, and more. With the Pass Alsace, enjoy free entry to 58 sites in Alsace. Head to the Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle, the Monkeys Mountain or the Batorama sightseeing boat tour in Strasbourg. Benefit from discounts and reductions across the area.  Included with Pass Alsace: 1. Castle of Fleckenstein in Lembach 2. Castle of Challenges in Lembach 3. Four à Chaux in Lembach 4. Museum Lalique  5. Glass Museum in Meisenthal 6. Crystal Museum in Saint-Louis 7. Museum of the Battle in 1870 8. Petroleum Museum in Merkwiller 9. Rural farm from l’Outre Forêt in Kutzenhausen 10. Castle of Lichtenberg  11. Museum Pays de Hanau in Bouxwiller 12. Judeo-Alsatian Museum in Bouxwiller 13. Houses of rocks in Graufthal 14. Alsatian Museum in Haguenau  15. Luggage Museum in Haguenau  16. Historical Museum in Haguenau  17. Museum in Rohan’s Castle in Saverne  18. Villa Meteor in Hochfelden  19. MM Park in La Wantzenau  20. Pixel Museum in Schiltigheim  21 à 29. City Museums in  Strasbourg (you can choose 2 among 9 museums) 30. One City Tours in Strasbourg (byke renting + géocaching) 31. Le Vaisseau in Strasbourg 32. Mémorial Alsace-Moselle in Schirmeck 33. European Center of Deported resistant – old concentration camp  Struthof  34. Museum of gingerbread and Alsatian folk art in Gertwiller  35. Würth Museum in Erstein 36. The Workshops of the Seigneurie in Andlau 37. The House of the Distiller in Châtenois  38. Eagles park in Kintzheim  39. Monkeys Mountain in Kintzheim  40. Castle of Haut-Koenigsbourg in Orschwiller 41. Cigoland in Sélestat 42. The bread House in Sélestat 43. The Humanist Library in  Sélestat 44. Tellure Silver Mine in  Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines 45. NaturOparC in Hunawihr 46. Castle of Hohlandsbourg  47. Museum of Wood and Heritage Trades in Labaroche 48. Toy Museum in Colmar 49. The Hansi Village and Museum in Colmar 50. Ecomusée d’Alsace in Ungersheim  51. Historial franco-allemand du Hartmannswillerkopf  52. Wesserling Park and textile Ecomuseum 53. Museum of wallpaper in Rixheim 54. Museum EDF Electropolis in Mulhouse 55. Mulhouse Zoological and Botanical Park 56. Firefighter Museum in  Vieux-Ferrette 57. Zoological and Botanical Garden in Mulhouse 58. Firefighters’ Museum in Vieux-Ferrette

Frankfurt: Romantic Road & Rothenburg ob der Tauber Tour

4. Frankfurt: Romantic Road & Rothenburg ob der Tauber Tour

Embark on a day trip from Frankfurt along the Romantic Road, Germany's oldest and most loved holiday route. Travel through Würzburg into the Tauber Valley to Rothenburg ob der Tauber, the epitome of German romanticism. Depart Frankfurt in the morning, start the drive through the Spessart to Würzburg. Passing the university town, the Tauber Valley will be reached. Bad Mergentheim and Markelsheim are located where three major wine-growing regions come together. Drive to the Würzburg Residence, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the official starting point of the Romantic Road. Crossing the River Main, enjoy views of the Marienberg Fortress and the Käppele, the Chapel of Grace. Visit the city of Weikersheim next, where the Renaissance castle and the Baroque garden can be visited. See the historic market square, then pass Röttingen, Germany’s first European town, and Creglingen. Rothenburg ob der Tauber will be reached at lunch time. Rothenburg ob der Tauber is a must when traveling in Europe. Famous sights are the medieval town wall, the historical marketplace, the town hall, the Gothic Parish Church of St. Jakob, and the Plönlein, an area featuring a colorful timber-frame house. The tour ends round-trip back in Frankfurt.

Baden-Baden: Magic Christmas Walking Tour

5. Baden-Baden: Magic Christmas Walking Tour

Join this exclusive tour, available only in the Christmas period, and experience the magic of Baden-Baden. Together with a professional guide, you will visit the most beautifully decorated places in Germany's famous spa town. Take in the charming atmosphere, as you wander the cobblestone streets surrounded with Christmas lights. We will recount the story of the Christmas tree, and the first person in the world to decorate it. You'll discover the magical things that can happen during the Christmas period and learn about Christmas spells. We will also explain some of the most miraculous Christmas legends of Baden-Baden. You will also visit the beautiful Christmas Market, reminiscent of a romantic fairytale. Our local guide will be on hand to give you tips on the best stalls and which food and drinks to try. Fill your heart with Christmas joy and discover Baden-Baden.

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What people are saying about Baden-Württemberg

Sightseeing exhibition, a visit is absolutely worth it. On the one hand I am very impressed by the representation of the inside of a person - the possibility to show that with these plastinates is awesome. I also liked the common thread "The Anatomy of Happiness" that runs through the entire exhibition. The audio guide provides additional information about the individual stations - this is also very interesting and entertaining

It's a shame that we can't do the same activity several times with the pass because the children would have liked to see an activity redone but it is too expensive without the pass The scan does not work by the application and we have to to take the email so the app is useless

simple and effective, quickly profitable with the number of sites to be visited.

Very interesting exhibition both in a medical and artistic context