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A trip to Paris is always a good idea. If you should decide to visit the „city of love“ there are a few sights you just can’t miss. Depending on what you want to see you will need more or less time. If you want to see all the presented sights below (or even more) you should at least stay for three days or longer. Even though the subway system called „Metro“ gets you nearly anywhere within a few minutes waiting lines for the most popular sights are sometimes very long.
The app is from the Deutsche Bahn, the german train company. An alternative would be “VRR App”.
Cologne (in German „Köln“) is with more than one million citizens the largest city in North Rhine-Westphalia (Federal state of Germany) and the 4th largest city in Germany. It was founded more than 2000 Years ago by the Romans and is located at the river Rhine.
Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands as well as the most populated city with about 800.000 residents. It is known as one of the most colorful and open-minded cities in Europe and famous for its cyclists, canals, multicultural community and street culture.
During your stay in Duisburg you might want to see some of the most commonly known cities in Germany or its neighboring countries. For example, Munich, Hamburg, Berlin or Brussels are all cities worth visiting.
Reaching Paris from Duisburg is easy and fast. Just jump on the Thalys-train at Duisburg Hauptbahnhof. The journey takes about 4 hours on this high-speed train travelling with up to 300 km/h.