This time we visit Munich, Weimar, the Havel River, and the Wadden Sea Tidal Flats, a UNESCO heritage site on the North Sea
Whether you're a local or a visitor, summer in Munich is all about the beer gardens. The 200 year-old tradition is as typically Bavarian as "Weisswurst" and "Lederhosen" are.
Fashion Designer Lola Paltinger has refined taste, and not just when it comes to picking designs for her Dirndls. She recommends the café by the riding school, the Haus der Kunst art gallery and the Hunting Lodge at Blutenburg.
City Guide Synje Jacobsen slips seemlessly into the role of Charlotte von Stein, Goethe's long-term lover and muse, and guides visitors through the historical city's hotspots. Her tour is, quite literally, a passage back in time.
Houseboat owners exploring the waters of the River Havel around Fürstenberg don't even need a boating license! The Brandenburg waters are among the cleanest in the world and more and more families are taking to them for a relaxing holiday where they can steer their own course.
The Foeckings from New Hamphire are in Germany for a hike around the North Sea coast. They're setting off from Cuxhaven and making their way across the tidal flats to the island of Neuwerk.