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The section separating the empire from the Germanic tribes (Limes Germanicus) was 568 km in length stretching from the mouth of the Rhine to the Danube near Regensburg.Sections of the raised bank can still be seen and walked along.30 seconds to Markt (core of town) and 10 mins to station. Set in a 17th-century building, the Hotel Goldener Löwe offers individually furnished rooms and air-conditioned suites. The hotel offers a big breakfast buffet in the mornings.In the evenings, regional wines and a variety of hearty dishes are served in the Zum Löwen restaurant or the rustic Zum Speicher bar.Baden-Baden's springs were also much appreciated by the Romans, who built baths whose remains can be visited under the aptly-named Römerplatz (Roman Square).The most impressive Roman remains in Germany can be found in Trier, the oldest German city.
Several cities that are still important in Germany today were founded by the Romans as military bases and later, settlements, including Mainz, Wiesbaden, Cologne and Bonn.The location of the hotel was great and we really couldn't have asked for more.The room was nice and spacious with a large bathroom and really very comfortable. Nice location in the old town, not too far from the train station.These include the Porta Nigra, the largest Roman city gate north of the Alps, and the Trier Amphitheatre. Charlemagne is often associated with France, but his realm was vast; his capital was in Aix la Chapelle, known today in German as Aachen.Charlemagne, King of the Franks, was crowned first Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire on Christmas Day 800 A. Remains of Charlemagne's winter imperial palace (the Kaiserpfalz) can be seen in the town of Ingelheim.