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Germany is the most popular travel destination among Europeans — after Spain. There are many reasons to visit. City breaks and the search for an unusual atmosphere are high on the list.
Turkey is returning as a popular holiday destination for Germans. Booking numbers for January up by 50%. The world's largest travel trade show ITB Berlin reveals tourism is still a booming industry.
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Sun, sea, luxury, entertainment and a new port every day: more and more vacationers are going on cruises. Some 25 million passengers worldwide are expected to book holidays on board in 2017.
In this edition, top holiday spots in Europe, Nathan "Flutebox" Lee's oral acrobatics, artistic cyclists, high fashion from a 3D printer and the latest from the Geneva car show.
In 2017, more and more people want to clear their minds on vacation – so they go on active or wellness trips to recharge their batteries for their everyday life. That can mean hiking, surfing, or practicing yoga.
Sun, sea, luxury, entertainment, and ever-new harbors: cruises are growing in popularity with vacationers. It’s estimated that 25 million passengers will book a sea cruise in 2017.
At Berlin’s International Travel Tade Show, DW reporter Linda Bethke tests travel professionals’ knowledge of Europe. Who will be the first to identify all seven European landmarks and the cities they’re in?
Visitors to the ITB travel fair can learn more about sustainable tourism. This year's partner country is Botswana.
Nowhere else in the world do the elements come so close as in the land of ice and fire. Iceland is a rugged, enchanted island in the North Atlantic that sends its visitors into raptures.
Eastern Europe with its picturesque old towns, impressive mountains, endless beaches - all at moderate prices - is very "in" at the moment.
Botswana is the partner country at this year's ITB, Berlin's international tourism fair. The African nation has been investing a lot in the protection of its wildlife reserves, making them attractive to foreign visitors.
Technical innovations like robots, smart hotel rooms or 3-D goggles, are changing how people will travel in the near future. This is one of the new trends highlighted at the current ITB Travel Trade Show in Berlin.
At the world’s biggest tourism trade fair, the ITB Berlin, Turkey is one of a number of countries trying to win back visitors after terrorist attacks.
Malaysian Tourism Minister Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz says his country has been represented at Berlin's ITB fair for over four decades. He told DW's Sascha Quaiser the Berlin fair is a suitable event to help attract more foreign tourists to Malaysia.
According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization the number of international tourists is expected to increase by around four percent this year. That's good news for Spain, which is one of Europe's most popular tourist destinations.
Built in the 9th century, Indonesia's Borobudur temple complex is a history book carved in stone. International experts are working hard to preserve it for future generations.
The world's biggest travel and trade fair has opened in Berlin - with Indonesia chosen as this year's partner nation. The number of exhibitors is down this year, though more people are traveling worldwide.
Germany's capital is once again playing host to vacation destinations from around the world -- all showcased at the annual ITB Travel Trade Show. Exhibitors are vying for attention with lavish multimedia clips, alluring web sites, and high-gloss brochures.
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