Lukas Stege packs his rucksack, climbs the Herzogstand mountain, takes a boat trip on Lake Kochel and learns to yodel against a majestic Alpine backdrop.
We, Olivera Zivkovic and Emily Gordine from DW, traveled for two weeks across Germany in a camper van to find out how the coronavirus pandemic has affected traveling and tourism in Germany. This is what we experienced.
For weeks Berlin was out of bounds to tourists. On May 15, restaurants began to reopen under certain conditions, and now also hotels. We took a look around the Kurfürstendamm, Berlin's famous promenade and shopping area.
US travelers might soon be among those unable to travel to the EU, as the country struggles with its rising COVID-19 caseloads. Meanwhile, Germany has introduced lockdowns in two districts. Follow DW for the latest.
German authorities have decided to reimpose controls on the nation's borders with France, Austria, Denmark, Luxembourg, and Switzerland. Commuters would still be allowed to travel. Follow DW for the latest.
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