Rügen - Six million vacationers visit Germany's biggest island every year. They come for the chalk cliffs and beech forests, the Baltic Sea beaches and resort architecture.
Fly over Lake Constance in a zeppelin, float in a houseboat on Lake Müritz, or tour the Baltic Sea island of Rügen on a narrow-gauge railway: Check-in presenter Lukas Stege has tips for your next summer holiday.
Rügen - 6 million vacationers come to Germany's biggest island every year. They come for the chalk cliffs and beech forests, the Baltic Sea strand and resort architecture.
From its chalk cliffs to its quaint seaside resorts, Germany's biggest island has many faces. If the southeastern corner is too crowded during peak season, there's plenty of nature, peace and quiet in the north.
Summer isn't summer without a trip to the seaside. And with Germany's rough weather patterns, DW's Courtney Tenz explains why her favorite seaside spot is inside the haven of a hardly translatable "Strandkorb."
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