Plan your trip from Berlin to Cologne

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sights you can visit along the way

Potsdam was the pre-World War I residence of Prussian Kings and German Kaisers and is home to Germany's largest UNESCO World Heritage Site. 
Inspired by developments in Italian and French architecture and English landscape gardening, Prince Leopold III of Anhalt-Dessau began at Worlitz what became the first landscape garden in continental Europe. 
The historic Mines of Rammelsberg lie on the outskirts of the beautiful old town of Goslar and both are now UNESCO World Heritage Sites. 
This historic city was heavily damaged in the Second World War but is now restored to its former glory and features two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. 
This former Benedictine monastery in Germany was one of the most influential monasteries in medieval Germany and today is a UNESCO World Heritage site. 
A trip to a former coal mine may not be on most people’s list of tourist attractions, but this fascinating UNESCO World Heritage Site proves to be a real eye-opener. 
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This trip takes 5 hours and 45 minutes and costs €493 in total for 2 passengers.