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sights you can visit along the way

This lavish complex of royal buildings located on an island in Chiemsee, Bavaria’s largest lake, is home to Ludwig II’s Versailles-inspired palace. 
Opening in 1933 primarily for political prisoners, in its ravenous twelve year existence Dachau swallowed over 200,000 people from all over Europe. 
Bavaria's second largest city and former unofficial capital of the Holy Roman Empire, Nuremberg is a medieval treasure-trove, its ancient haunches settled asquat the Pegnitz river. 
With a glut of medieval towns on the tourist market in southern Germany and central Europe generally, Rothenburg might excite suspicion, but its bona fides are absolutely impeccable. 
Known as the capital of Germany’s biggest wine producing region, Wurzburg is home to the Residential Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site. 
The village of Messel in Germany is home to the Messel Pit, the UNESCO World Heritage site that contains an abundance of fossils. 
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This trip takes 5 hours and 27 minutes and costs €471 in total for 2 passengers.