Essen, Germany, Feb. 3, 2017—The German capital has been the scene of some of the most memorable travel news stories of the year.

On the heels of the release of the new “Star Wars” movie, many have been waiting for a good excuse to get to Essent, the German city known for its spectacular castles and medieval architecture.

So what better time to check in than the week leading up to the big premiere of the fifth “Star War” movie?

But the answer is, it’s going to be a long trip to Essens, as well as the capital of the world’s biggest producer of carbon fiber, BMW.

In fact, it could take as long as a week to get there.

This isn’t a bad time to visit Essen.

The city is a tourist attraction, with over a million people visiting each day.

As for the film, it will be released in Germany in three weeks.

This means that the film will premiere in Essen at a time when Essen will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of the film’s release in theaters, and the city is bracing for the arrival of a much-anticipated sequel.

But, if you are traveling in Germany with your family, it would be wise to plan ahead.

In the event that you can’t make it to Essentials, you can still check in at one of the city’s many hotels, which offer discounts on the hotel rate, and get a great deal on the tickets.

And, for the people who don’t want to wait until the last minute, the airport has also opened a pre-registration line, allowing you to make a reservation on Monday, Feb 11, just before the film is set to premiere.

So, with that in mind, let’s take a look at some of Essen’s best attractions and see if you can get to see “Star WARS: The Last Jedi.”

Essent Airport in Essent Germany Essent is home to Essennaget, a shopping mall that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a popular tourist attraction for locals and tourists alike.

There are plenty of shopping centers throughout Essent including the main shopping district, which is called Essengasse, and numerous shopping centers in surrounding areas.

Essent also has many popular attractions, such as Essen Castle, the world-famous castle that was constructed in 1553 by King Alfred, and has been used by both royal families and German aristocrats since its construction.

The castle is currently home to the Essen Museum and the Essens Hall of Records.

The Essen Hall of Record is one of two records rooms on the island of Essent and has some of Europe’s most famous paintings, including some of famous artist Paul Gauguin.

The Hall of Reputations is an important museum in Essennaket, and is a major tourist attraction with its huge exhibit of paintings and sculptures.

There is also a museum in the city called the “Papillon,” which houses many of the famous Papillons from around the world.

One of the Papillon sculptures is of a horse that has been preserved and painted by local artist and collector Lutz Dachmann, who is best known for his paintings of animals and other human figures.

Another famous Papillon is the famous “Lutz Duchamp” painting that hangs in the Papillon Museum in Essend.

Another major tourist destination in Essendon is Essent’s famous Essen Arena, a soccer stadium that was originally built in the 18th century and now hosts more than 1,000 soccer games every year.

Essen is famous for its many medieval castles, as the city has some very old buildings dating back as far as the 13th century.

There also are many castles on Essen Island, such the “Bastille,” which was a fortress that served as the base of operations of the Royal Guards during the reign of King Henry VIII, as they tried to protect the royal palace.

Essendon’s famous park, Essen Park, is a popular destination for people to enjoy, including the Essent Zoo, where the animals live and the zoo has a large animal exhibit.

In addition, Essent has a wide variety of festivals, including Essenfest, which takes place every July, as part of the Essenziedere Zeitung festival in Essenzies-Westfälische Hochschule.

Essens Best Places to Visit Essent offers a plethora of great attractions and cultural attractions, including its famous Essennas, Essennen Museums, Essenzys Art Museum, and Essennan Museum of Art.

There’s also a great range of hotels, as many of Essennens hotels have a discount on the lodging rate.

So if you plan on staying for the entire week, it is definitely a must.

And if you need more incentive to get around Essen on a budget, Essendon offers free Wi-Fi