Stockholm has been described as a floating city because of all the surrounding islands. Water defines daily life in Sweden. So we hop on board a boat to explore the city.
It was a top meme in 2017, but the infamous shot of a man checking out a passing woman has now landed a Swedish company in hot water with the country's advertising regulator. The firm had retooled it for a job post.
Bengt Holmgren caught the Volkswagen bug in the 1960s and has since gone on to collect some 70 classic cars. Some 25 years after opening his own VW museum, the Swede will auction off his prized collection.
After Sweden's most important election in decades, first results show the center-left and center-right blocs are neck-and-neck. The far-right Sweden Democrats have made significant gains to hold third place.
A stop at the Viking-age Hedeby and Danevirke sites. Plus: the traditional side by side with the modern: Bavaria in fact and fable. And: the Harz Narrow Gauge Railway is a favorite with tourists.
Brandenburg Gate, Television Tower and Museum Island: the sights of Berlin are many and famous. But it has many more exciting spots and unexpected oases of green, such as Weissensee Lake, a favorite summer swimming hole.
The Hedeby trading settlement and Danevirke defensive earthwork in northern Germany are among the world's best preserved Viking-age sites. Now, they have been included on the UNESCO World heritage list.
Heino Behring gives special tours of the land beneath the waves: the Wadden Sea, a UNESCO World Heritage site. He knows the dangers that lurk when the tide begins rushing in around the North Sea island of Juist.
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