This time we visit the East Frisian Islands, Berlin, Schwerin and Frankfurt
Sun, wind and long walks on deserted beaches. Even in winter, the East Frisian Islands are a great destination for good living and relaxation.
Now is the perfect time for island stories. And Bucki Begemann, a native of the island of Borkum, has plenty of them to tell on his tours. On the nearby island of Juist, we take a walk through the tidal flats and go searching for cockles and lugworms. A traditional pastime in the region is the game of bosseln, which involves throwing rubber or wooden balls as far as possible. And shivering a bit isn't so bad when there are great ways to warm up. Like in Norderney, where the beach restaurant White Dunes, with its inviting fireplace, stays open through the winter.
Horse-riding instructor Felix Junkmann shares his personal tips for the island: a trip to the lighthouse, the Surf Café and the Norderney bathhouse.
This cemetery near Berlin dates back to 1909 and is one of the largest in Europe. It's home to beautiful nature, art and cultural history. Designed by a pupil of the Prussian landscape architect Peter Joseph Lenné, the cemetery became the final resting place of many famous people.
Claas Baumann has many talents. He's not just an orchestral musician, he's also a rickshaw driver. He acquired his vehicle a few years ago. Now he drives tourists through his hometown of Schwerin and tells them anecdotes about the history of the town's buildings.
Diana Tinjacá Ospina flew from Bogotá to Frankfurt. We picked her up right at the airport and went with her on a tour to discover Germany's financial capital.