From the coast to the Alpine foothills, from Saxony to the Saarland, these links inform you about destinations for trips and outings.
Whether you’re interested in economic regions, research centers, natural landscapes or cultural scenes – here you’re given an overview.
Historical sites and think tanks: examples of Jewish life to discover on your next visit to Germany.
They don’t have the glamour of metropolises, but they do have quite a few good ideas: three little-known cities and their appeal.
The international cultural scene looks not only to Berlin but also to Kassel, Bayreuth and Recklinghausen.
Almost every third German lives in a medium-sized city - and the trend is rising. What makes small places attractive?
Berlin sounds extravagant, Hamburg handmade and Cologne free. We reveal what sound awaits you in what city.
Berlin's division until the fall of the Wall in 1989 doubled many things — a real added value for Berlin visitors today. 989 gab es vieles doppelt - heute ein echter Mehrwert für Berlin-Besucher!
Tens of thousands of people in Berlin have demonstrated for affordable housing and even demanded compulsory purchases to achieve it. Is that the solution?
The German national anthem consists only of the third stanza of the Deutschlandlied
Carnival in Cologne is Germany's most famous celebration of the event. DW's Hallie Rawlinson reports on her first time.