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Montreal, QC to Cayo Largo, Cuba
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    Renowned for its old-world charm, Germany has many old, medieval forests which deserve exploring-namely, the Black Forest and Bayerischer Wald, or the Bavarian Forest, which have been declared of national heritage. The Romantic Road is another must-the most scenic in the country. It starts in Würzburg and ends in Füssen, passing by several, well-preserved medieval cities. For a touch of modern, there's Berlin and Hamburg, both metropoleis of diversity.

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