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Baden-Württemberg is one of the sixteen federal-states of the Federal Republic of Germany. It is located in the southwest, east of the Upper Rhine. Baden-Württemberg is popular as a tourist destination, especially its capital and largest city Stuttgart. Its tourist attractions include several museums, castles, vineyards, residential towns, both modern urban and medieval architecture, and more.

What to see & do

Europa-Park - Europa-Park, located in the city of Rust, is the largest theme park in Germany. Established on 12 July 1975, the park features 12 roller coasters and many other attractions, including walkthroughs, an Interactive 3D Cinema, Animatronic Displays, Interactive Play Areas, and plenty of other rides. The park is also divided into several themed areas, namely: the Enchanted Forest, Kingdom of the Invisibles, and Children's World or Viking Land. There are also land areas with themes patterned after the countries Germany, Russia, Italy, France, Scandinavia, Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Greece, England, Austria, and Iceland. In addition, Europa-Park is the location of the annual Euro Dance Festival, a popular event known for showcasing a wide range of music and dancing styles, including Argentine Tango, Ballroom Dance, Swing Dance, Hip Hop, and Breakdance.

Heidelberg Castle - The Heidelberg Castle is a landmark of the town of Heidelberg and a famous ruin in Germany. Located 80m up the northern part of the Königstuhl hillside, the exact year of establishment is unknown, although it is said to have been constructed before 1214. The castle was demolished in the 17th and 18th centuries but was partially rebuilt. Today, the castle ruins still dominate the view of the old downtown.

Porsche Museum - The Porsche Museum in Stuttgart is an automobile museum. Opened in 1976, the museum has a display area lying over 5,600 square metres and features approximately 80 exhibits relating to cars. There are several rare cars and historical models on display.

Wilhelma - Wilhelma was built as a royal palace but is not a zoo and botanical garden. It covers an area of 30 hectares in the northern suburbs of Stuttgart. Wilhelma is the only large combined zoological and botanical garden in Europe. It houses more than 8,000 animals of over 1,000 species, and more than 5,000 species of plants. The zoo is a centre for raising orphan apes from all over Europes, and some of its most popular residents are the orangutans, gorillas, and bonobos.

Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park - Nationalpark Schleswig-Holsteinisches Wattenmeer is a national park founded on 1 October 1985. It extends from the German-Danish maritime border in the north down to the Elbe estuary in the south, covering a total area of 4410 km2. It is the largest national park in Germany.

How to get around within Baden-Württemberg

The rail network serving Baden-Württemberg is quite excellent and extensive, and is able to serve even the region's more remote areas. Buses are also useful for reaching the rural villages, but are understandably more frequent in and around the big cities. The Baden-Württemberg-Ticket is very useful if you're only travelling within the region. The ticket provides all-day travel (from 9AM to 3AM the following day on working days) in regional trains, private trains, and most of the local buses and city transport.

How to get there

There is an international airport in Stuttgart, called Stuttgart Airport, which operates plenty of scheduled passenger service to and from international locations. The airlines TUIfly and Germanwings provide the most connections to major German and European cities. There are also flights from Atlanta to Stuttgart via Delta Air Lines. Other airlines serving Stuttgart Airport include Air Berlin, Air France, Condor, easyJet, Turkish Airlines, and SunExpress Deutschland.

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