Autorondreis Sauerland en Thuringen | Duitsland
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Autorondreis Sauerland en Thuringen | Duitsland

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Created: Tuesday, September 19, 2023 - Departure: Friday, February 2, 2024
Ref ID: 5720195
Total price From 565 €
Created: Tuesday, September 19, 2023 - Departure: Friday, February 2, 2024
Destinations: Paderborn, Thuringia

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02 Feb
Car journey 312 Kilometers - 3h 19m
Utrecht
Paderborn
02 Feb
1. Paderborn
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About the destination: Paderborn is a town in eastern North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, capital of the district of Paderborn. The name of the city derives from the river Pader that derives from more than 200 springs near Paderborn Cathedral, where St. Liborius is buried. Paderborn was founded as a bishopric by Charlemagne in 795, although its official history began in 777, when Charlemagne built a castle near the Pader sources. In 799 Pope Leo III fled from his enemies in Rome and arrived in Paderborn, where he met Charlemagne, and remained there for three months. It was during this time that he decided that he would be crowned Emperor Charlemagne. In 836, St. Liborius became the patron saint of Paderborn after his bones were transferred there from Le Mans by Bishop Badurad. The most important sites to see in Paderborn are: - The Dom (Church) - Rathaus (City Hall) - Paderquellgebiet - An area of more than 200 springs, the source of the Pader River, the shortest river in Germany.
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04 Feb
Car journey 252 Kilometers - 2h 40m
Paderborn
Thuringia
04 Feb
2. Thuringia
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About the destination: In its tourism marketing, Thuringia calls itself “the green heart of Germany” and, looking at the fact that large parts of the state are covered by old forests, that claim has a lot of value to it. Thuringia is a landlocked state that has moved into the center of Germany upon the country’s reunification. Many places in Thuringia have a rich historical and cultural significance. Composer Johann Sebastian Bach was born in Eisenach, where Martin Luther also lived and worked on his translation of the New Testament. Famous writers Goethe and Schiller both spent considerable time in the nearby city of Weimar. These places, as well as many regions in the state such as the Harz mountains in the northern part, the Rhön mountains in the West and the Thuringian Forest in the southern portion are destinations popular with domestic travelers in all seasons. Thuringia’s population has been steadily decreasing ever since 1990. This is primarily due to the fact that many young people have left the state to other parts of Germany and the birth ratio has correspondingly become continuously lower. In addition, there is a tendency for inhabitants to move to urban centers, leaving many more rural areas more and more thinly populated. The general economic situation has gradually become better since around 2005. While after the reunification unemployment rates soared when many outdated factories were shut down, new businesses have been founded since. Important industries are car manufacturing (Opel plant), mining and optics (Zeiss in Jena).
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07 Feb
Car journey 526 Kilometers - 5h 19m
Thuringia
Utrecht
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Dit reisvoorstel is speciaal voor u op maat gemaakt, ovv actuele beschikbaarheid, tussentijdse prijswijzigingen en typefouten. 

Voor dit aanbod gelden afwijkende aanbetalings-, wijzigings- en annuleringsvoorwaarden ten opzichte van de ANVR Reisvoorwaarden.

In de totaalprijs zijn onze servicekosten en bijdrage ANVR inbegrepen. Exclusief zijn de toeslagen die van toepassing zijn bij pakketreizen (vervoer + verblijf): bijdrage SGR à € 5,00 per persoon en bijdrage Stichting Calamiteitenfonds Reizen à € 2,50 per boeking.

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