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Written by Viator, July 2012
Think of Germany and you may envision the Black Forest, or the castles of the Romantic Road, the great cities of Berlin or Munich or the massive beer steins of Oktoberfest. You probably don’t picture ...
Written by JC, Germany, June 2011
Something strange happens as spring starts in Germany: as the days get longer so do the nights. Or, to be a little less cryptic, many major cities hold events where cultural institutions stay open ...
If you want to see Germany’s
A-list at play, head for the North Sea island of Sylt. In summer you
can rub shoulders with a spectrum of luminaries ranging from the
internationally famous to ...
Written by JC, Germany, August 2011
Lake Constance (Bodensee in German) is Germany ’s largest lake, although it also laps against Austria and Switzerland .
Despite its size it is ridiculously easy to get around, with trains ...
Written by Katie H, February 2013
Tucked away in Germany‘s Black Forest, the village of Baiersbronn is home to some of Germany’s best chefs. Though it’s long been known (especially among Germans and Swiss visitors) as a great place ...
Written by JC, Germany, September 2012
Mauerpark (“Wall Park”) runs along a stretch of the old Berlin Wall ,
a section of which still stands, and much of its terrain was recovered
from no-man’s-land. As well as providing a welcome ...
Written by JC, Germany, October 2011
Tucked away in Berlin’s south-east, the district of Köpenick is not exactly high on the average visitor’s agenda. Which is a shame, because with its small but picturesque center, majestic ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, October 2012
Designed as far back as the 1780s, Munich’s Englischer Garten, or English Garden, occupies approximately 1.5 square-miles of the city’s ground. Stretching from the city center to its northeastern ...
Written by Viator, November 2012
Berlin‘s history has played a major role in shaping the city today, and one of the best places to learn more about one period of that history is at the DDR Museum, which details what life was like ...
No less than three of Berlin ’s
inner city parks have been the subject of feature-length documentaries
in the last year, profiling the friendly collision of social groups and
subcultures which ...
Written by JC, Germany, February 2012
About halfway along its eventful journey from the Czech border to Berlin, the River Spree suffers a multiple personality disorder, breaking down into innumerable canals and tributaries to form ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, March 2013
Munich ’s legendary Hofbrauhaus beer hall is so renowned around the globe, that a number of international replicas have sprung up in its honor but nothing beats a visit to the original. First ...
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