The Elbe, Germany's third-longest river, has shaped many towns and landscapes, such as Dresden, Saxon Switzerland, the Dessau-Wörlitz Garden Realm and Magdeburg.
For 125 years Loschwitz Bridge, nicknamed the “Blue Wonder,” has been a landmark in the city on the Elbe. The venerable bridge is more than just a stop on a sightseeing trip, and is heavily traveled.
42 World Heritage Sites in Germany invite you to guided tours and events on UNESCO World Heritage Day on 3 June. Soon there could be two new UNESCO sites.
Some call it Elbe Valley Sandstone Mountains others Saxon Switzerland, but either way most people rave about the bizarre rock formations, steep gorges and splendid views in one of Europe's most beautiful landscapes.
Check-in presenter Lukas Stege hikes up to the Bastei rock formation, through the romantic Kirnitzsch Valley and attempts to take on a sheer rock face.
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