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Departure from Kaiserslautern, PR parking lot Daennerplatz, near Kleber Kaserne at 05: 15 am. From Wiesbaden Hainerberg, JF Kennedy Street corner Washington Str. (bus waiting area) at 05: 30 am. From Bblingen Panzerkaserne, PX parking lot at 07: 45 am. Drive through Germany via Nrnberg to the Czech Republic. The best train connections from Wiesbaden to Prague. GoEuro helps you find the cheapest and fastest routes.

The market cellar (" Marktkeller" ), right in the heart of Wiesbaden, is the new home to the" sam Stadtmuseum am Markt" city museum.

On a floor space of some 1, 300 square metres, visitors of all ages can discover the history of what is now Hesse's capital city. Left: August Wilhelm Goebel, Norne (170 cm high), as it was found in 1945 in the Czech Republic (Monastery of Hohenfurt). Originaly displayed at the GDK 1940, room 21. Bought by Hitler for 12, 000 RM (photo: 'Hitlerova Sbirka v Cechach by Jiri Kuchar).

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Drive through Germany via Nuernberg to the Czech Republic. After arriving in Prague we stop at a hotel for breakfast (extra) and a chance to freshen up. Then we start with our walking tour to the castle of Prague, the Hradschin, with its Cathedral St. Vitus and the Presidents Palace. From Kaiserslautern, PR parking lot Daennerplatz, near Kleber Kaserne at 05: 30 am. From Wiesbaden, Hainerberg, J. F. Kennedy Str. bus stop (near new PX) at 05: 30 am.

From Bblingen Panzerkaserne, PX parking lot at 07: 45 am. Drive through Germany via Nrnberg to the Czech Republic.

Appr. 13: 00 noon arrival in Pilsen at the Pilsener Offering an entertaining overview of the citys history, highlights of the Stadtmuseum Fembohaus include the restored historic rooms of this 16thcentury merchant's house. Other sections look at aspects of Nuremberg's past and the 'A Crown Power History' exhibition gives you a potted history of



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