The gentle Eifel mountains are an ideal place to get away from it all. Monks already knew that in the Middle Ages. Weavers and cloth-makers also settled here in towns like Monschau, with its many half-timbered houses.
As countries gradually ease lockdown restrictions, people craving for an excursion are heading to nearby holiday homes. Go-local is the new mantra among holidaymakers seeking both safety from the coronavirus and privacy.
Thousands of Germans are traveling to Mallorca as part of a pilot project before Spain officially reopens its borders on June 21. What kind of vacation is possible during the coronavirus pandemic?
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The city with the only skyscraper skyline in Germany has had a new historical town center since 2018. Not only Frankfurt's contrasting architecture attracts visitors to Hesse, but also the tales of the Brothers Grimm.
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