350 years of garden art: The Herrenhausen Gardens are one of Europe’s best known landscape parks. The Baroque ensemble transports visitors back to the time of Princess Sophia, who had the gardens built next to her palace.
Globetrotter Steve Hänisch has a look around the English port city of Liverpool. He visits places connected to the Beatles and takes in the atmosphere of a home game with the Liverpool soccer team. Globetrotter Steve Hänisch has a look around the English port city of Liverpool. He visits places connected to the Beatles and takes in the atmosphere of a home game with the Liverpool soccer team.
Check-in viewer Erick Garcia Herrera shows us some of his very best vacation impressions from the beaches of Oaxaca, Mexico.
The spa and festival town Baden-Baden at the edge of the Black Forest is a favorite among the rich and beautiful. These localities add to Baden-Baden's image of a luxury playground.
Hiking, survival training, a six-course meal in a cable car gondola: here are a couple of tips for some of the many things to do in the Black Forest region.
Does the luxury spa and festival town Baden-Baden at the edge of the Black Forest have something to offer young people, too? Check-in presenter Lukas Stege goes to find out.
Check-in host Nicole Frölich explores Dortmund's industrial monuments and football pilgrimage sites, including a skywalk on a decommissioned blast furnace and visit to the German Football Museum.
Between Norway and Iceland – globetrotter Steve Hänisch explores the Faroe Islands on land, on water and from the air.
Dortmund's Signal Iduna Park is the biggest football stadium in Germany. We take a tour over the Bundesliga team’s home turf and look into the club's museum, the Borusseum.
Anton und Anastasia from Russia have been in the Chimgan Mountains in Uzbekistan and spent an action-packed vacation there. The highlight in the truest sense of the word was their paragliding flight.
DW viewer Michele Finadri went to Cambodia, where she travelled from the capital Phnom Penh to Koh Tonsay, or Rabbit Island, off the coast. The sunsets here are spectacular.
Cork on the River Lee in southern Ireland took on an urban character when the Vikings founded a trading port there. Local John Kennedy recommends visiting the St. Anne church, the English Market and a local pub.
Designed by Mies van der Rohe, the last Bauhaus director, this modern art museum opened its doors in 1968. It is currently under renovation, but set to reopen in 2020.
Hannes Meyer was the second appointed director of the Bauhaus school. Shortly before his dismissal in 1930, be began constructing the ADGB Trade Union School in Bernau near Berlin. Now, it's a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Form, function, colors. The Bauhaus will be celebrating 100 years of existence in 2019. High time for a short history of the most influential modernist art school of the 20th century.
Bauhaus certainly left its mark on the German capital. We trace the origins of modern architecture from the Neue Nationalgalerie to the Bauhaus-Archiv.
Weltenburg Abbey and its Baroque church enjoy a stunning location at the Danube Gorge. But the Benedictine monastery is also popular due to its brewery and beer garden.
Regensburg's Cathedral, City Hall and Stone Bridge are must-sees on any tour of this city with UNESCO World Heritage status. A former Free Imperial City, Regensburg was a major trade center and has a 2000-year history.
Along with its World Heritage status, the growing popularity of river cruises is bringing people to Regensburg by the boatful. For some residents, the noise and tourist hordes in the Old Town have become intolerable.
Globetrotter Steve Hänisch visits the Colombian port city of Cartagena, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984. He also takes us to the seaside village of Rincon del Mar.
Check-in presenter Lukas Stege starts his Hamburg tour at the St. Pauli Piers and goes from the HafenCity district via the Jungfernstieg and Reeperbahn to the fish market. The highlight: a ride in an amphibious bus!
Young, dynamic, creative – Leipzig is one of Germany's most exciting cities. Lukas Stege takes a trip to where East Germany’s Peaceful Revolution began back in 1989.
Since 2009, Leipzig has commemorated the Monday Demonstrations that led to the fall of East Germany with a light festival. All year long, visitors can dive into the history behind the Peaceful Revolution.
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