WUERZBURG (GERMANY): This pavilion can be found at the estate of the famous winery "Juliusspital". It was built by Balthasar Neumann and was used as a "theatrum anatomicum". Nowadays it can be booked as a venue for special events.
KOBLENZ (GERMANY): While strolling through the town’s historic centre with its narrow lanes and romantic squares you may choose to go shopping, or just to have a break in one of the many sidewalk cafés e. on “Jesuitenplatz” (Jesuits’ Square).
ERFURT (GERMANY): In spring blooming flowerbeds enrich the picturesqe appearance of the state parliament near the historic old town. Erfurt has long been renowned as a city associated with flowers and horticulture.
POTSDAM (GERMANY): The "Brandenburgerstrasse" (Brandenburg Street), a restored residential area, has been transformed into a wide pedestrian boulevard filled with eclectic book stores, antique shops and bistros.