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1 Short Trip Destinations Welcome at Baxter Oncology GmbH in Halle/Westfalen, Germany! Perhaps this is your first visit to Germany and you will have some extra time to explore the country, people, and culture but don´t know where to go? No problem – we have prepared a little guide which presents you some cities worth visiting in Germany depending on the following criteria: Special Events Point of Interests Travel Duration Index After deciding where you want to go, you will find English tourist information regarding the chosen city in our customer offices on site. Please enjoy the first impressions of Germany! Your BD/CM-Team Halle/Westf./ Surrounding München Berlin Hamburg Frankfurt Köln Please ensure that your computer has web access. You can stop the presentation by pressing „ESC“. Aachen Bonn Düsseldorf Koblenz Trier Heidelberg Freiburg Nürnberg Würzburg Bremen Dresden Göttingen Lübeck Rostock Regensburg Weimar

2 Where to go….. Special Events spring/ summer/ fall/ winter Points of Interest historic towns, culture and more Travel Duration 0.5-1d/ 1-2d/ 2-3d Index highlighted cities Home/ Map

3 Special Events SpringSummer FallWinter MonthEventWeb 03 MaerzMusik - Music Festival in Berlin 04 The Ruhr Metropolis – historical famous industrial region, open all year 05 Birthday of Hamburg Habour – Big Party at the famous Landungsbrücken MonthEventWeb 06 Gerry Weber Open – Tennis in Halle/Westfalen 07 CHIO in Aachen – Worl Equestrian Festival 08 “Rhine in flames” – impressive interplay between fire, water and light MonthEventWeb 09 Wine Fair in Bielefeld at the Old Market Square 10 Oktoberfest in Munich – Lederhosen, Weißwurst & Bier 11 The Autostadt Wolfsburg – cars, cars, cars, open the whole year MonthEventWeb 12 Christmas Market in Nürnberg, but also everywhere in the neighbourhood 01 The boot in Düsseldorf – everything around the water sport 02Carnival in Cologne – street festival Where to go...Points of InterestTravel DurationIndexHome/ Map

4 Index Aachen Berlin Bielefeld Bonn Bremen Detmold Dresden Düsseldorf Frankfurt Freiburg Göttingen Gütersloh Halle/Westfalen Hamburg Heidelberg Koblenz Köln Lemgo Lübeck Minden München Münster Nürnberg Osnabrück Paderborn Regensburg Rostock Trier Weimar Würzburg Where to go...Points of InterestTravel DurationSpecial EventsHome/ Map

5 Travel Duration Only limited time free? Take a day trip day trips – worth to go also in one day! Weekend free? Let´s have a look at our 2-3 days trips! Where to go...Points of InterestIndexSpecial EventsHome/ Map

6 Short trip Destinations perfect for 1-2 days TownPoint of InterestShort DescriptionGet more Düsseldorf Art, Culture & Museum One city – two rivers: the “Düssel” gave the city its name, the Rhine the importance. Göttingen Art, Culture & Museum City of science and of “the most kissed girl in the world” (Gänseliesl). Berlin German Metropolises The capital of Germany – the most populous and biggest city. FrankfurtGerman Metropolises Most international city in Germany, the largest financial centre on the continent. Hamburg German Metropolises Second largest city in Germany with a huge port and the famous “Reeperbahn”. Köln German Metropolises Highly diverse city – historical sites beside Carnival and many other cultural facets. Bremen Hanseatic Cities Home of the Town Musicians from the Brothers Grimm fairytale. LübeckHanseatic Cities The historical Hansa Town – the gate to the Baltic. Aachen Historic Roman Towns Most western city in Germany with a big university and a historical downtown. BonnHistoric Roman Towns Formerly capital of Germany ( ) and city of Beethoven. Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestsSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

7 Short trip Destinations perfect for 2-3 days TownPoint of InterestShort DescriptionGet more DresdenArt, Culture & Museum The triad of history, art and nature in the eastern part of Germany. WeimarArt, Culture & Museum The European City of Culture - find the footsteps of great poets/philosophers. FreiburgCities of the Middle Ages Door to the Black Forest, sunniest place in Germany. HeidelbergCities of the Middle Ages The city where famous scientists and Noble Prize Winners have spend their lives. NürnbergCities of the Middle Ages Largest and greatest city in Europe in the Middle Ages (ca 1500). RegensburgCities of the Middle Ages The most northern German city of Italy. WürzburgCities of the Middle Ages Franconian soul, European heart in the middle of the Franconian Wine country. MünchenGerman Metropolises Capital of Bavaria and home of the famous “Oktoberfest”. RostockHanseatic Cities The Hansa town with Germany´s largest city forest. KoblenzHistoric Ramon Towns City with over 2000 years exciting history. TrierHistoric Roman Towns The oldest city in Germany – a monument of history. Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

8 Short trip Destinations perfect for day TownPoint of InterestShort DescriptionGet more Lemgo Hanseatic Cities The old Hansa Town in the middle of Germany. Bielefeld Surrounding Area The “city in the country”, over 60% of the area are open green spaces, parks, forests. Detmold Surrounding Area City of culture in the middle of the Teutoburger Forest. Gütersloh Surrounding Area Capital of the district around Halle/Westfalen. Halle/Westfalen Surrounding Area Hometown of Baxter Oncology GmbH/ Germany. Minden Surrounding Area Home of the second largest waterway crossing in the world. Münster Surrounding Area The city with the most bicycles in Germany. Osnabrück Surrounding Area The City of Peace, situated in the middle of a nature reserve. PaderbornSurrounding Area City with over 1200-year history and Germany´s shortest river. Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

9 Points of Interest Surrounding Area Historic Roman Towns Cities of the Middle Ages German Metropolises Hanseatic Cities Art, Culture & Museum Where to go...IndexTravel DurationSpecial EventsHome/ Map

10 German Metropolises TownTravel DurationShort DescriptionGet more Berlin 1-2 days The capital of Germany – the most populous and biggest city. Frankfurt 1-2 days Most international city in Germany, the largest financial centre on the continent. Hamburg 1-2 days Second biggest city in Germany with a huge port and the famous “Reeperbahn”. Köln 1-2 days Highly diverse city – historical sites beside Carnival and many other cultural facets. München2-3 days Capital of Bavaria and home of the famous “Oktoberfest”. Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

11 Hanseatic Cities TownTravel DurationShort DescriptionGet more Lemgo day The old Hansa Town in the middle of Germany. Bremen 1-2 days Home of the Town Musicians from the Brothers Grimm fairytale. Lübeck 1-2 days The historical Hansa Town – the gate to the Baltic. Rostock2-3 days The Hansa town with Germany´s largest city forest. Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

12 Surrounding Area TownTravel DurationShort DescriptionGet more Bielefeld day The “city in the country”, over 60% of the area are open green spaces, parks, forests. Detmold day City of culture in the middle of the Teutoburger Forest. Gütersloh day Capital of the district around Halle/Westfalen. Halle/Westfalen day Hometown of Baxter Oncology GmbH/ Germany. Minden day Home of the second largest waterway crossing in the world. Münster day The city with the most bicycles in Germany. Osnabrück day The City of Peace, situated in the middle of a nature reserve. Paderborn0.5-1 day City with over 1200-year history and Germany´s shortest river. Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

13 Cities of the Middle Ages TownTravel DurationShort DescriptionGet more Freiburg 2-3 days Door to the Black Forest, sunniest place in Germany. Heidelberg 2-3 days The city where famous scientists and Noble Prize Winners have spend their lives. Nürnberg 2-3 days Largest and greatest cities in Europe in the Middle Ages (ca 1500). Regenburg 2-3 days The most northern German city of Italy. Würzburg2-3 days Franconian soul, European heart in the middle of the Franconian Wine country. Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

14 Historic Roman Towns TownTravel DurationShort DescriptionGet more Aachen 1-2 days Most western city in Germany with a big university and a historical downtown. Bonn 1-2 days Formerly capital of Germany ( ) and city of Beethoven. Koblenz 2-3 daysCity with over 2000 years exciting history. Trier2-3 days The oldest city in Germany – a monument of history. Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

15 Art, Culture & Museum TownTravel DurationShort DescriptionGet more Düsseldorf 1-2 days One city – two rivers: the “Düssel” gave the city its name, the Rhine the importance. Göttingen 1-2 days City of science and of “the most kissed girl in the world” (Gänseliesl). Dresden 2-3 days The triad of history, art and nature in the eastern part of Germany. Weimar2-3 days The European City of Culture - find the footsteps of great poets/philosophers. Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

16 Bremen Home of the Town Musicians from the Brothers Grimm fairytale. Location 176 km north of Halle/Westfalen Population ~550,000 Highlight Bremen town hall, the Roland statue, Schnoor and Bleikeller Don´t forget... … to make a guided tour through the Beck´s brewery (beer). Souvenir “Bremer Kluten” (sweets) Journey By car via A33/A1 (~2h) By train (~2h) Local English Website Bremen Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

17 Aachen Most western city in Germany with a big university and a famous historical downtown. Location250 km southwest of Halle/Westfalen Population250,000, 60,000 students Highlight Cathedral, treasury and historical downtown, capital under Charlemagne Don´t forget......to eat one „Streuselbrötchen“ (bread) SouvenirÖcher Printen (richly spiced ginger biscuits) Journey By car via A2/A1/A4 (~2.5-3h) By train via Cologne (~3-3.5h) Local English Website Aachen Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

18 Bonn Formerly capital of Germany ( ) and city of Beethoven. Location 210 km south-west of Halle/Westfalen Population 320,000 Highlight House of History of the Federal Republic of Germany at the “Museumsmeile” Don´t forget... … to make an excursion by boat to Königswinter Souvenir “Haribo” gummy bears Journey By car via A2/A1/A3/A59 (~2.5h) By train via Cologne (~2.5h) Local English Website Bonn Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

19 Berlin The capital of Germany – the most populous and biggest city. Location411 km east of Halle /Westfalen Population3,400,000 Highlight Cathedral, Museum Island and administrative district with Reichstag Don´t forget...…to visit the Pergamon museum Souvenir Berliner bear – in every variation you can think of Journey By car via A2 (~4h) By train (~2.5h) Local English Website Berlin Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

20 Bielefeld The “city in the country” – over 60% of the area being open green spaces, parks and forests. Location 14 km east of Halle/Westfalen Population 330,000 Highlight Sparrenburg Castle and Linen Weaver Statue Don´t forget... … to make a trip to the “Externsteine” – remarkable towering rock formation Souvenir “Bielefelder Luft” – hard liquor from wheat with peppermint Journey By car (~17 min) Local English Website Bielefeld Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

21 Detmold City of culture in the middle of the Teutoburger Forest. Location 41 km south-east of Halle/Westfalen Population 74,000 Highlight Historical downtown and Westphalian Open- Air Museum Don´t forget... …to make a trip to the Hermannsdenkmal in the Teutoburger Forest Souvenir Hermann-wine (white or red) Journey By car (~1h) By train (~1h) Local English Website Detmold Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

22 Dresden The triad of history, art and nature in the eastern part of Germany. Location 487 km south-east of Halle/Westfalen Population 510,000 Highlight Dresdener Zwinger, Frauenkirche, Semper Oper and Residenzschloss Don´t forget... …to see the saucy angels from Raphael’s “The Sistine Madonna” Souvenir Dresdener Frauenkirche Oblaten Journey By car via A2/A14/A4 (~5h) By train (~5.5h) Local English Website Dresden Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

23 Düsseldorf One city – two rivers: the “Düssel” gave the city its name, the Rhine the importance. Location 172 km south-west of Halle/Westfalen Population 590,000 Highlight Königsallee with many exclusive shops, Rhine promenade and Benrath Palace Don´t forget... … to spend an evening in the “Altstadt- longest bar in the world” and drink “Altbier” Souvenir “Killepitsch” (cordial) Journey By car via A2/A1/A43/A46 (~2h) By train (~2h) Local English Website Düsseldorf Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

24 Frankfurt Most international city in Germany, the largest financial centre on the continent. Location 314 km south of Halle/Westfalen Population 660,000 Highlight St. Pauls Cathedral, the old Town halls “Römer” and the Main Tower Don´t forget... …to drink Ebbelwoi in Sachsenhausen Souvenir Frankfurter Brenten or Bethmännchen Journey By car via A2/A1/A45/A5/A661 (~3h) By train (~3.5h) Local English Website Frankfurt Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

25 Freiburg Door to the Black Forest, sunniest place in Germany. Location 578 km south of Halle/Westfalen Population 220,000, 30,000 students Highlight Gourmet destination in a historic neighbourhood Don´t forget... … to enjoy the cable car trip to the beautiful mountain “Schauinsland” Souvenir Some nice wine from “Baden” Journey By car via A2/A1/A45/A5 (~5.5h) By train (~5.5h) Local English Website Freiburg Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

26 Göttingen City of science and of “the most kissed girl in the world” (Gänseliesl). Location 190 km south-east of Halle/Westfalen Population 122,000, 25,000 students Highlight Theatres, cultural life and historical buildings within the old town walls Don´t forget... … to enjoy the view over the city and the River Leine from the Bismarck Tower Souvenir “Luisenhaller Tiefensalz” (salt) Journey By car via A2/A3/A44/A7 (~2h) By train (~1.5h) Local English Website Göttingen Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

27 Gütersloh Capital of the district around Halle/Westfalen. Location 18 km south of Halle/Westfalen Population ~100,000 Highlight Small city with a nice botanical garden, shops and “Jazz” nightlife Don´t forget... … to visit the “Miele” museum. Souvenir “Pumpernickel” (bread) Journey By car (~18 min) By train (~10 min) Local English Website Gütersloh Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

28 Halle/Westfalen Hometown of Baxter Oncology GmbH/ Germany. Location City next to our production site (3.7 km north) Population ~22,000 Highlight "Haller Herz“, Water Castle Tatenhausen, Haller Willem-Memorial Don´t forget... …to make a guided tour with a Baxter colleague Souvenir Sweets from August Storck (Toffifee, Riesen, Werther Original) Journey By car (~6 min) Local Website Halle/Westfalen Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

29 Hamburg Second biggest city in Germany with a huge port and the famous “Reeperbahn”. Location 265 km north-east of Halle/Westfalen Population 1,800,000 Highlight Harbour, historic storehouses and beautiful shopping area around the “Alster” Don´t forget... … to drink an “Astra” (beer) and eat a “Franzbrötchen” (bread) Souvenir “Buddelschiff” (little ship in a bottle) Journey By car via A2/A7 (~3h) By train (~3h) Local English Website Hamburg Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

30 Heidelberg The city where famous scientists and Noble Prize Winners have spend their lives. Location 396 km south of Halle/Westfalen Population 145,000 Highlight The Heidelberg Castle, Old Town and Germany's oldest university Don´t forget... …to make a with the mountain railway to “Königstuhl”. Souvenir „Heidelberger Studentenkuss“ Journey By car via A2/A1/A45/A5 (~4h) By train (~4-4.5h) Local English Website Heidelberg Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

31 Koblenz City with over 2000 years exciting history. Location 291 km south-west of Halle/Westfalen Population 110,000 Highlight “German Corner” (meeting point of Rhine and Mosel) and fortress “Ehrenbreitstein” Don´t forget... … to make a trip into the Upper Central Rhine Valley (UNESCO World Heritage Site) Souvenir “Mosel” wine Journey By car via A2/A1/A3 (~3h) By train (~3h) Local English Website Koblenz Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

32 Köln Highly diverse city – historical sites beside Carnival and many other cultural facets. Location 188 km south-west of Halle/Westfalen Population ~1,000,000 Highlight Cathedral, Rhine promenade, museums, downtown, “Kölsche” way of living Don´t forget... …to drink “Kölsch” and eat “Rievkoche” in “Altstadt” Souvenir 4711 Echt Kölnisch Wasser Journey By car via A2/A1 (~2h) By train (~2h) Local English Website Köln Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

33 Lemgo The old Hansa Town in the middle of Germany. Location 46 km east of Halle/Westfalen Population 42,000 Highlight Historical downtown – precious testimonies to the Renaissance period Don´t forget... … to visit the torture chamber of the “Hexenbürgermeisterhaus” Souvenir “Lippischer Schütze” (hard liquor from juniper) Journey By car (~1h) By train (~1h) Local English Website Lemgo Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

34 Minden Home of the second largest waterway crossing in the world. Location 65 km north-east of Halle/Westfalen Population 83,000 Highlight Historical Monuments of Prussian classicism and the Westphalian Mill Route Don´t forget... … to visit the “Preussen Museum” – Prussia in Westphalia Souvenir “Mindener Dompralinen” from Café Lenz Journey By car via A2 (~1h) By train (~1h) Local English Website Minden Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

35 Lübeck The historical Hansa Town – the gate to the Baltic. Location 322 km north-east of Halle/Westfalen Population 212,000 Highlight water-enclosed Old Town and cultural capital of the north Don´t forget... …to make a trip to Travemünde and enjoy the coastal resort Souvenir Niederegger Marzipan Journey By car via A2/A7/A1 (~3.5h) By train (~3.5h) Local English Website Lübeck Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

36 Nürnberg Largest and greatest cities in Europe in the Middle Ages (ca 1500). Location440 km south-east of Halle/Westfalen Population~500,000 Highlight Historical mile with major architectural and artistic landmarks of a Middle Ages city Don´t forget......to make a stop at „Rothenburg ob der Tauber“ – fantastic little village SouvenirNürnberger Lebkuchen Journey By car via A2/ A33/A44/A7/A3 (~4h) By train (~4.5-5h) Local English Website Nürnberg Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

37 Münster The city with the most bicycles in Germany. Location 62 km west of Halle/Westfalen Population ~280,000, 50,000 students Highlight Principal market, historic town hall and many comfortable pubs and restaurants Don´t forget... … to visit the Hall of Peace of the historic town hall (Peace of Westphalia, 1648) Souvenir “Kiepenkerl” – small statue available in every size Journey By car (~1h) By train (~1h) Local English Website Münster Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

38 Osnabrück The City of Peace, situated in the middle of a nature reserve. Location 40 km north-west of Halle/Westfalen Population 163,000 Highlight Market square, Town hall and old town – history wherever you go Don´t forget... … to make a guided tour with the night watchman Souvenir Leysieffer´s “Himmlische” (delicacy) Journey By car via A33 (~0.5h) By train (~1h) Local English Website Osnabrück Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

39 München Capital of Bavaria and home of the famous “Oktoberfest”. Location 606 km south of Halle/Westfalen Population 1,400,000 Highlight Baroque Nymphenburg palace, Church of Our Lady and the English garden Don´t forget... … to enjoy a Weißwurst breakfast in the famous “Hofbräuhaus” Souvenir Beer mug Journey By car via A2/A33/A44/A7A3/A9 (~5.5h) By train (~6h) Local English Website München Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

40 Paderborn City with over 1200-year history and Germany´s shortest river. Location 58 km south of Halle/Westfalen Population 145,000 Highlight Downtown with more than 20 historical buildings Don´t forget... … to visit Schloß Neuhaus with its baroque garden Souvenir Paderborn Geocoin (medal) Journey By car via A2/A33 (~1h) By train (~1h) Local English Website Paderborn Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

41 Regensburg The most “northern German city of Italy”. Location 538 km south-east of Halle/Westfalen Population 130,000 Highlight The old town - Outstanding example of a central-European medieval trading town Don´t forget... …to make a trip to The Walhalla – hall of honour at the river Danube Souvenir Händlmaier Hausmachersenf - mustard Journey By car via A2/A33/A44/A7/A3 (~5h) By train (~5.5-6h) Local English Website Regensburg Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

42 Rostock The Hansa town in the eastern part of Germany with Germany´s largest city forest. Location 443 km north-east of Halle/Westfalen Population 200,000 Highlight Historical treasures, fresh fish and traditional beer Don´t forget... …to visit Warnemünde – one of the best sailing patches in the world Souvenir Rostocker Doppelkümmel "Mann un Fru“ - hard liquor Journey By car via A2/A7/A1/A24/A20 (~4.5h) By train (~5.5h) Local English Website Rostock Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

43 Trier The oldest city in Germany – a monument of history. Location 374 km south-west of Halle/Westfalen Population 104,000 Highlight Porta Nigra, Cathedral, Roman Imperical Throne Room, Baths and Amphitheatre Don´t forget... …to make Moselle excursions by boat Souvenir Wine from the largest Riesling cultivation area in the world Journey By car via A2/A1/A61 (~4h) By train (~5.5h) Local English Website Trier Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

44 Weimar The European City of Culture, where you can find the footsteps of great poets and philosophers. Location 338 km south-east of Halle/Westfalen Population 65,000 Highlight “Classic Weimar “ cultural site and the Bauhaus University Don´t forget... …to explore the region of Thuringia Souvenir Ginkgo souvenirs (Goethe´s poem) Journey By car via A2/A33/A44/A7/A4 (~3.5h) By train (~4h) Local English Website Weimar Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map

45 Würzburg Franconian soul, European heart in the middle of the Franconian Wine country. Location 341 km south of Halle/Westfalen Population 135,000 Highlight the Residence, the medieval fortress Marienberg, the town hall and the cathedral Don´t forget... …to make a wine tasting at Staatlicher Hofkeller Souvenir Franconian wine Journey By car via A2/A33/A44/A7 (~3.5h) By train (~3.5h) Local English Website Würzburg Where to go...IndexPoints of InterestSpecial EventsTravel DurationHome/ Map


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