For Check-in, DW's travel magazine, presenter Lukas Stege was on and around Lake Constance. The region offers a lot, from boat trips to zeppelin flights to prehistoric stilt houses. Lukas checks out all of it.
Lake Constance is the home of DW reporter Elisabeth Yorck von Wartenburg and is also, in her opinion, the most wonderful place in Germany. Here’s why:
Munich residents love sports. There are all sorts of activities to choose from: hiking, swimming, rowing and bicycling. Presenter Nicole Frölich gets on her bike and explores Munich.
Presenter Nicole Frölich gets on her bike and explores the Bavarian way of life.
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Globetrotter is one of the weekly segments in the TV travel guide Check-in. Here, video blogger Steve Hänisch shows his travel videos.
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We visit a world-famous tavern.
Nicole Frölich explores Frankfurt for DW’s travel show: Check-in. She samples traditional cider, visits some hip locations in the railway station district and gets the chance to walk down a tower block – on the outside!
The French city of Rennes has an historic centre where half timbered houses abound.
The city on the Arno’s elegance and joie de vivre are captivating.
Some 80,000 visitors are drawn to the lake's beauty and mystical atmosphere each year.
Not far from Glasgow, Loch Lomond is one of Scotland's most beautiful lakes.
London shows off its jewels on both banks of the River Thames.
For Check-in, DW’s travel magazine, presenter Nicole Frölich explores the trendy district of Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg: from the East Side Gallery, to the RAW-Gelände, to an abandoned bunker.
The luxury hotel in the Alps is famous for its beautiful location and concert program.
Former landscape archaeologist Jürgen Brandt's aerial photos of the German countryside make for an awe-inspiring book.
A classic culinary combination in Frankfurt is cider with “Handkäs”, a pungent local cheese.
The Herrenhausen Gardens are like a Baroque ballroom under the open sky.
DW reporter Elisabeth Yorck tours the Europa Park's highlights.
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.
The ICE is turning 25. On May 29, 1991, five high-speed trains zoomed from different corners of the German republic to convene in the city of Kassel, ushering in the era of the white trains.
Over 100 years ago, this European Capital of Culture broke new ground in modern design. A stroll past Wrocław’s architectural treasures.
The regilded statue depicts the archangel ready to strike an evil dragon with his sword. Mont Saint-Michel, which lies just off the northwestern coast of France, attracts up to three million visitors a year.
The best swimming areas were in Luxembourg, Cyprus, Malta, Greece, Croatia, Italy, Germany and Austria - all of which had more than 90 percent of bathing sites rated excellent.
Visitors can now explore every nook and cranny of the famous Pergamon Altar from the comfort of their own home, thanks to a project by the Frauenhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research.
The Silom Night Market will be closed by the end of the month because
of congestion and rubbish, leaving vendors and tourists to wonder:
"What do we do now?"
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Wrocław, or Breslau as it's called in German, is Polish but has a German past and is undeniably defined by both influences. Today it's one of Poland's most dynamic cities and in 2016 also a European Capital of Culture.
The name of our Facebook account is now DW - Reise! “Reise” is the German word for travel - and the name says it all. We post news, videos and pictures about travel - from Germany, Europe and the rest of the world!
Twenty-five years after German reunification, we show you the reasons to visit each of Germany's states.
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