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A nice tour through Germany


Dear IFFR Members and Friends. Our Hambug Flyout is now fully booked. We have reached the 52 participanty.

(Januaray 30th 2019)

Hamburg Post Convenction Fly-Away

The Hamburg Fly Away will present a journey through Germany

June 6th Hamburg

Some participants will start in the morning from Hamburg (EDDH) to fly into Braunschweig (EDVE)

June 6th Braunschweig/Wolfsburg Autostadt

Official Meetingpoint is the airport of Braunschweig (EDVE)

The Autostadt (Automobile City) is a visitor attraction adjacent to the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg, Germany, with a prime focus on automobiles. It features a museum, feature pavilions for the principal automobile brands in the Volkswagen Group, a customer center where customers can pick up new cars, and take a tour through the enormous factory, a guide to the evolution of roads, and cinema in a large sphere. 

June 7th Erfurt

Erfurt's old town is one of the best preserved medieval city centers in Germany. Tourist attractions include the Krämerbrücke (Merchants' bridge), the ensemble of Erfurt Cathedral and Severikirche (St Severus's Church) and Petersberg Citadel, one of the largest and best preserved town fortresses in Europe.

June 8th Eisenach/Wartburg

Eisenach's picturesque old town lies at the foot of the Wartburg in the middle of four valleys. The rich cultural tradition of the city is closely connected with Luther and Bach, with the work of St. Elizabeth, with Telemann, Goethe, Wagner and Liszt. World culture and history, but also picturesque historic streets and squares, as well as time-honored churches will meet you during the Old Town tour in Eisenach. Like hardly any other castle in Germany, the Wartburg Castle above the Thuringian city of Eisenach is connected to German history. Because of its outstanding cultural and historical importance, it was declared in 1999 by UNESCO as the "World Heritage of Mankind".

June 9th Würzburg

Würzburg is a city in the German state of Bavaria. It is known for its Baroque and Rococo style buildings, especially for the 18th-century Würzburg Residence, with pompous rooms, a large fresco by Venetian artist Tiepolo, and an ornate staircase. With its numerous wine bars, wine cellars and wineries as well as the characteristic Bocksbeutel, a specially shaped wine bottle. Würzburg is the heart of the wine region Franconia.

June 10th/11th Speyer

Speyer was founded by the Romans, it is one of Germany's oldest cities. Speyer is dominated by the Speyer Cathedral, a number of churches and the Altpörtel (old gate). In the cathedral, beneath the high altar, are the tombs of eight Holy Roman emperors and German kings. The world-famous Museum of Technology is also noteworthy.

In “Technik Museum Speyer” since 1991, technology fans get their money's worth. Exhibits from the fields of aviation, railways, fire brigades and shipbuilding will find their admirers in the Technik Museum.

June 12th, 13th, 14th Koblenz

Koblenz is a city situated on both banks of the Rhine where it is joined by the Moselle. This place was established as a Roman military post by Drusus around 8 B.C. Its name originates in the Latin (ad) confluentes, meaning "(at the) confluence" of the two rivers. The actual confluence is today known as the "German Corner", a symbol of German reunification that features an equestrian statue of Emperor William I. The city celebrated its 2000th anniversary in 1992. After Mainz and Ludwigshafen am Rhein, it is the third-largest city in Rhineland-Palatinate, with a population of around 112,000.

June 15th Departure

The program will end at the airfield of Spyer


Copyright: [1], [7], [8] Günter Seifert; [2], [18]Steffen Schmitz (Carschten) / Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3.0 de; [5], [12], [13] Congress-Tourismus-Würzburg, Fotograf: A. Bestle; [3], [11] Andre Nestler; [9] ETMG, Barbara Neumann; [4], [17] Piel-Media; [19] GDKE Rheinland Pfalz, Ulrich Pfeuffer