Plan your trip from Munich to Dresden

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sights you can visit along the way

In its ravenous twelve year existence, Germany's first concentration camp swallowed over 200,000 people from all over Europe. 
Ingolstadt is renowned as a city that continually reinvents itself and where a treasure trove of urban and rural experiences awaits every visitor. 
Bavaria's second largest city and former unofficial capital of the Holy Roman Empire still exudes medieval charm despite being best known for its war tribunal. 
Amberg in Bavaria, Germany boasts the world’s smallest hotel standing at just 8.2 feet — one of a multitude of impressive tourist attractions in the town. 
Visitors expecting a city that solely caters for Wagner devotees are in for a pleasant surprise in this Bavarian municipality engulfed in cultural richness. 
It’s difficult to believe that this white moated Renaissance castle lying south of Chemnitz in Saxony is actually a castle, given its ornate beauty. 
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This trip takes 4 hours and 30 minutes and costs €394 in total for 2 passengers.