The Hotel Adlon, overlooking Brandenburg Gate, is Berlin’s most famous hotel. The legendary institution has a rich history and the staff could probably tell many anecdotes – if it weren’t for their absolute discretion. We look behind the scenes.
Holidaying with locals, cheaper and more personal than in a hotel: with that simple idea, the founders of Airbnb turned the travel industry upside down. We take stock.
Many of the sights in Europe's cities are tourist highlights such as the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin or the Eiffel Tower in Paris. But there are a lot of surprises just off the usual visitor paths.
While Croatia's unique natural beauty continues to draw tourists, its medieval cities also have a lot to offer. Besides Split and Dubrovnik, Zadar is one such attraction. DW's Eesha Kheny travels to find out more.
From gay-friendly honeymoon destinations to party escapes, tourism has long catered to LGBT travellers. But as acceptance grows, so do calls for the industry to broaden its offers, and avoid cliches.
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