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The fresh breeze of the country – Hamburg, Bremen, Hanover
Germany´s numerous states are all quite different from each other. Take southern Bavaria and Lowe Saxony in the north for instance and you will notice huge discrepancies in many cultural and also geographical dimensions. Some stereotypes about Germany are of regional origin and don´t apply at all to the majority of the country.
London's airports: transporting more than 180 million passengers per year
When travelers book their first flight to London, they might wonder about the number of available airports. In total, there are six international airports to choose from when traveling to England´s capital.
Hamburg - the Northern travel destination of Germany
Hamburg is a city that surprises most of its visitors with its unexpected charm. Located at the Elbe river it is considered one of Europe’s top travel locations. It even made it into The New York Times´ list of 52 Places to Go in 2017.
Dusseldorf airport: from a zeppelin-airfield to the Ruhr region's main hub for international flights
With an impressive passenger volume of more than 23 million, Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) is the third largest airport on German soil. As an important hub for Lufthansa (LH), Air Berlin (AB), Eurowings (EW), Germanwings (4U) and other airlines it plays an important role both for domestic flights and international connections. Being located near the densely populated Ruhr region makes it the primary airport for people living in or traveling to this famous industrial area.
Border proximity benefits of German airports - Dusseldorf, Munich, Cologne, Stuttgart, Hamburg
Germany has many big airports which are spread over the whole country. Being a federal nation and quite evenly and densely populated territory this does not come by surprise. In addition, in some locations, regional politics also play an important role to justify the existence of local airports.
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