On April 30, people dressed as witches gather in their best attire to celebrate Walpurgis Night in the German region of Harz. And that's just one of Europe's many weird and wonderful festivals.
On April 27, the Dutch celebrate their king's birthday with a huge party. Revelers wear orange and sing and dance in the streets. But there's fun to be had in Amsterdam all year round.
The new exhibition "Unveiled. Berlin and its monuments" shows statues that were kept hidden from the public for ages. As symbols of Germany's troubled history, they can now tell their story once more.
Wrocław or Breslau? Why not Bresław or Wroclau, says local literary expert Agnieszka Kłos of her city. She takes us on a personal tour and shows how German and Polish culture co-exist - both in books and her own kitchen.
Train cancelled? Flight delayed by three hours? That's annoying, but at least there's usually compensation. Do you know your rights?
Kassel - a visit with the Brothers Grimm
The city of Kassel has honored its most famous sons with a new museum.
Munich's beer gardens are the place to be in fine weather.
Goethe, Mark Twain, Elvis Presley – all succumbed to Heidelberg's charms.
Alexander Hartl lives on an island in Lake Starnberg in Bavaria.
Barcelona's wonderful location between the mountains and the sea influences the city's culture, cuisine and lifestyle.
A popular tourist tresort in the north west of France.
One of Germany's best wakeskaters has some tips for seeing Regensburg.
Katja Birker visits the Media Harbor, explores modern architecture and stops by a Büdchen.
Jungwoo Kim from South Korean explores Lübeck.
The Danube River flows 600 kilometers though southern Germany.
The Wittelsbach dynasty ruled Bavaria for more than 700 years.Their influence on the city is still visible to this day.
A multimedia project on all UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Germany. Join us.
Billigflieger.de, checkmybus.de, Itur.de – in Germany there are countless sites for booking cheap journeys or for hiring bikes or even planes. But it can be confusing. We have a few tips for travelers.
Rollercoasters, carousels, and swing-boats: the Europa Park near Freiburg is Germany’s biggest amusement park. DW reporter Elisabeth Yorck checks out the park's highlights.
A weekend of art: with 54 galleries exhibiting works from newcomers and established artists, Gallery Weekend is an important date for collectors, curators and art-lovers from all over the world.
The St. Bernard, famed for tales of heroic mountain rescue, will bring the Swiss capital of Bern into the limelight. Sculptures of the dog will decorate the city next year.
"The MINIS" have been touring Germany and other European countries. Now they are making a pit stop in Berlin, the city where they were dreamt up.
The archaeological heart of Rome has been fitted with 450 LED lights that will illuminate the ancient ruins in a very complex and precise way.
More travel topics from the German capital on our #Berlin page!
Tourism in the Castilla-La Mancha region thrives off a literary hero – the eccentric Spanish gentleman known as Don Quixote. We take a trip down the “Ruta de Don Quijote”.
Twenty-five years after German reunification, we show you the reasons to visit each of Germany's states.
After 9 years, it's time to bid farewell to Discover Germany. On our last show, we present reports most frequently viewed on YouTube. And we’ll still be travelling, so be sure to check out our new travel show: Check-in!
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