Culture vultures are spoilt for choice in Frankfurt. The city is home to over 60 museums. Our three tips are: the Städel museum, Goethe’s birthplace, and the Caricatura museum of comical art.
The only German museum outside of Germany remembers the famous poet, who spent some time here to take a break from his life in Weimar. His Italy visit has become symbolic for the German’s love of Italy.
Ultimately, Goethe got his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree in Strasbourg. But he spent more time with his beloved in Sessenheim. The village in Alsace has been glad to reap the benefits.
Eating lunch in Italy's Bolgheri wine country, it is not hard to understand why the number of international visitors to this bucolic corner of Tuscany has doubled in five years.
Frankfurt is buzzing. Presenter Nicole Frölich explores goings on in, around and down the city’s many skyscrapers.
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