Thomas Munko is head concierge at the Ritz Carlton in Berlin.
This summer, Berliners have been feeling the effects of the pounding heat. But it's only outside the city, says Tamsin Walker, that they really get to see them.
Germany is an attractive business location that offers foreign professionals good jobs, according to a study on expat life. The huge drawback: People often don't feel at home here. It compares poorly on many counts.
Three villages were evacuated in the northern German state of Brandenburg as 400 hectares of forest went up in flames outside Berlin. The fire ignited World War II and Soviet munitions dumped in the ground.
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.
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