More than 25 million people a year travel the 500-kilometer vacation route from the River Main to the Alps. Nicole Frölich explores the northern part of Germany's Romantic Road.
Rügen - 6 million vacationers come to Germany's biggest island every year. They come for the chalk cliffs and beech forests, the Baltic Sea strand and resort architecture.
From Zoo Station to Alexanderplatz: Berlin’s 100 bus rout. Check-in presenter Lukas Stege takes Berlin's most popular bus line, which goes past the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate, Museum Island and the television tower.
From wakeboarding to feeding seals and visiting the Lorelei rock – Check-in brings you all the highlights from presenters Nicole Frölich and Lukas Stege’s trips to Potsdam, Hanover and along the Rhine.
The 18th century dukes created artistic landscaped gardens here; the Bauhaus masters ushered in the era of modern architecture. For visitors, that means UNESCO World Heritage sites wherever you look.
On the Romantic Road from Pfaffenwinkel to Ludwig II's castles and palaces, Nicole Frölich discovers new spots along Germany's best-loved themed route: moors, churches and a knight's castle. Then she takes to the sky.
Nicole Frölich wanted to know how the Palatinate tastes. She sampled local delicacies at a wine-tasting picnic, stopped in at a wine tavern and talked shop with a vintner - of course, with another tasting included.
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