Lukas Stege hoists sail and takes a trip over the Wadden Sea to Norderney. He meets the locals and gets to know the surprisingly sunny side of the North Sea island.
No cars. No work. No internet. Could an auto-free island off Germany's North Sea coast hold the key to happiness? DW's Courtney Tenz tried it for a few weeks to see if there really is a "cure" for her modern ills.
If you think of Schleswig-Holstein, you have to think of Sylt, Germany's northernmost holiday island. If you're a beach-lover, the state actually offers two seas: the North Sea and the Baltic.
This northern German state numbers among the top holiday destinations in Germany – not least because of its mountain regions and the Wadden Sea, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Take a tour of Bremen and you’ll enjoy maritime flair on the North Sea and discover a historic Hanseatic city.
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