You know all about the top German music festivals and must-see art shows this summer? Let us add a few events to your list, from stallions and literature to pugs, fireworks and majestic ocean liners!
Pilgrimage site for fans of archaeology and astronomy: A drone flight to the visitor center near the location where the Nebra Sky Disk was found.
The Great Barrier Reef is worth 12 times more than the Sydney Opera House, at least according to a report commissioned by a charity protecting the natural wonder, hit by severe coral bleaching in recent years.
The 2017 Arena di Verona Opera Festival will be staged from June 23rd to August 27th. The program consists in 48 evenings with 5 operas and 3 special events.
One in 10 jobs on the planet is linked to tourism, according to an industry body. Can tourism improve the living standards of women, or the environment? DW spoke to Jane Ashton, director of sustainability at TUI Group.
The organizers of a trip to North Korea by an American college student who died after being released from prison in a coma say they will no longer take U.S. citizens to the country.
American tourism companies are seeing early signs that US President Trump's administration is hitting foreign visits.
On June 24, the Ruhr region is presenting Extra Shift: A Night of Industrial Culture. Former collieries, ironworks, spoil tips and railway lines become illuminated venues, bringing their beauty to light.
Six caves in the Swabian Jura region in southern Germanycould be given UNESCO World Heritage status.
For tourists, boating on the river Spree is one of the best ways to enjoy the sights of Berlin. It's a leisurely glide past palaces and Berlin's revived historical center.
In a special edition, Nicole Frölich and Lukas Stege show us how varied the German capital is: From Brandenburg Gate to the cool districts of Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg to the International Garden Exhibition.
Presenter Lukas Stege explores the Saale and Unstrut region.
Nicole Frölich explores Eisenach and Erfurt.
Presenter Lukas Stege was on and around Lake Constance.
Presenter Nicole Frölich explores Wittenberg
Napoleon Bonaparte made Italy's third-largest island famous.
Once known for its industries, Newcastle upon Tyne has transformed itself into a city of culture.
A boat ride is the perfect way to discover the Slovenian capital.
The Lava Tunnel and Lava Centre are 2 new attractions in Iceland.
It's known as the "Hawaii of Europe" among surfers. The Spanish island of Fuerteventura is a popular travel destination for those who want to enjoy sand, sea, sun and surf.
Hardly any other landmark in the world is as famous or recognizable as the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
London's Tower Bridge with its distinctive architecture is a favorite subject for tourist photos.
The Red Square is Moscow's best-known landmark and a symbol of Russian might.
Torgau: a storehouse of Reformation history
The Charles Bridge is Prague’s most emblematic landmark.
J.K. Rowling is said to have based Hogwarts school on Edinburgh Castle.
Roses, tulips, dahlias: you’ll find them in abundance on this small island in Lake Constance.
The nine spheres of the Atomium in Brussels symbolize the peaceful use of nuclear energy.
In DW's series "50 Kitchens, One City," you can look forward to 50 exciting recipes from 50 Berlin restaurants, presented by chefs from 50 countries.
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