Brazilian sisters Geisa and Lílian Toller from Sao Paolo take us along as they explore Cologne's chocolate museum and the factory where the 4711 fragrance is made.
Jericoacoara was long considered an insider tip. The wind here is perfect almost all year round. Now, this remote fishing village in northeastern Brazil is one of the most popular water sports destinations on Earth.
Just four months after returning to European competition after a 25-year absence, Cologne find themselves rock-bottom bottom of the Bundesliga. Ahead of their trip to Hannover on Sunday, DW asks: what's gone wrong?
It is home to the largest rainforest in the world. It has miles of sandy, deserted beaches, and stunning flat-topped mountains. It invented samba and a drink called caipirinha. So why does Brazil have so few tourists?
The mayor of Rio de Janeiro says he will cut public funding for samba schools. These are now threatening to cancel Carnival. There are accusations that this is exactly what the city's evangelical mayor wants.
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