Travel in Germany
Exciting cities and a variety of countryside as different as the North Sea coast and the Alps never cease to fascinate its many visitors.
Topic of the week: Sustainable tourism
Eco volunteering during the holidays? The voluntourism project in the Southern Black Forest Nature Park gives a good impression.
Cities in Germany
For your post-corona bucket list: Florence on the Elbe, Europe’s most beautiful balcony – it’s all true. Dresden is a city that you really need to have seen.
The Working Holiday Programme enables young Israelis and Germans to explore the respective other country while working part-time. Here you will find all the necessary information.
Castles – the stuff of legend. Knights, epic battles and wild revelry. Even if life down the centuries wasn’t always that exciting, the ancient walls bring history alive. And the history of Burg Eltz, or Eltz castle on the river Mosel, has been very well preserved.
Every year, Germany attracts around 37 million tourists from all over the world. What do they like best? The most popular destination of international guests was a surprise.
The ‘Entdecke DE’ series takes you on a tour through Germany – this time to the Erzgebirge (Ore Mountains), home of the world-famous Christmas decorations.
The Explore DE series takes you on a journey through Germany: this time, we visit Christmas markets in romantic settings featuring historical half-timbered buildings.
The Entdecke DE series takes you on a tour through Germany. This time we are discovering new life in old industrial sites and how unique cultural landscapes emerge from relics of the industrial age.
The “Entdecke DE” series takes you on a tour through Germany. In this article, the trade fair city of Hanover shows that it has attractions for more than just the business community.