As lockdown and travel restrictions are eased, tourists are gradually returning to Berlin. But what’s in store for them this summer? Check-In presenter Nicole Frölich wants to find out.
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.
A cosmopolitan approach to life in Cologne, industrial heritage in the Ruhr region, open countryside in Westphalia: North Rhine-Westphalia is a state of contrasts.
Germany wants mandatory COVID-19 testing, while Sweden's restrictions are almost non-existent: EU travel rules are complicated these days. Which regions are high risk, and who sets the standards?
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.
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