Rúben Freitas takes us on a tour through his hometown Funchal. He shows us the old town, the famous Mercado dos Lavradores, the local mountain, and his favorite swimming spot.
In early 2020, we had a plan for a Check-in show that followed the trail of the Golden Twenties in Berlin. But the coronavirus lockdown happened shortly after filming. Here are Lukas Stege's experiences from February.
Shimmering turquoise water, sailing boats and reefs: the island world of the Maldives is a dream destination for many vacationers. Our viewer Yong Tan sent off his drone, and collected impressive images.
The 1920s were the era of grand revues in Berlin. The Friedrichstadt-Palast was one of the hottest venues at the time. And it continues to dazzle audiences with opulent shows, daring acrobatics, and elaborate costumes.
What does Bavaria’s capital have to offer inquisitive explorers? Lukas Stege delves into Munich’s art, culture and cuisine.
From modern art to traditional customs: Here’s a summary of everything you ought to know about Munich.
From the famed Marienplatz to the Royal Residence, this group of U.S. tourists visited Munich’s highlights. They’re traveling with Road Scholar, a non-profit organization that imparts education through travel.
Two sisters show us around their hometown Zipaquirá, which is world-famous for the wonders its salt mines harbor.
Our viewer Ludwig Yorck took a study trip to the Yucatán peninsula in Mexico, where he visited the famed Mayan ruins of Chichén Itzá.
The coronavirus pandemic and overtourism are forcing the travel industry to innovate. What can sustainable tourism look like? What initiatives and visions are already underway in Berlin, Amsterdam and Venice?
Cathal Mac Donnacha's trip to the Austrian Alps during the winter of 2017 was beautiful. Winter vacations could be this wonderful again, once the pandemic is over.
Jean-Paul Morselli is a Venetian by choice and offers tours on historic boats through the city's lagoon. He hopes that sustainable tourism will give Venice a chance to recover after the pandemic.
The UNESCO World Natural Heritage title is both a blessing and a curse for the Grumsin Beech Forest in the German state of Brandenburg. The park's infrastructure cannot cope with the flood of tourists.
The city is actively working on a sustainable concept to manage its large volume of tourists. The resident-led initiative sees the pandemic as an opportunity to permanently restrict the flow of visitors.
Lukas Stege puts on his hiking boots and crosses the Thuringian Forest along the Rennsteig, Germany's best-known hiking trail. Wartburg Castle, Inselsberg mountain and Kleintettau hothouse are on his route.
Maruf Hasan from Bangladesh was in the French capital for the first time. The classics were on his agenda: the Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and a boat trip on the Seine.
The central fruit and vegetable market and the National Monument commemorating the struggle for independence are among Amelia Virgiani Pertiwi's favorite places in the Indonesian capital.
In Neustadt am Rennsteig, hikers can spend the night in St. Michael's Church. The simple sleeping accommodation costs 15 euros per person per night. It might not be luxurious, but it's romantic.
This is where minnesingers met to compete, Martin Luther translated the Bible into German and students demanded German unity. Wartburg Castle is both a tourist attraction and a landmark.
Lukas Stege is on the Moselle cycling path. He dives into the underworld of Traben-Trarbach, visits castle ruins and a vintner at the Calmont, who reveals the secrets of Moselle Riesling.
Moselle wine's reputation suffered in the second half of the 20th century - it was considered a cheap mass product. But it is now once again an exclusive flagship of the region, especially Riesling.
Eltz Castle is one of Germany's most famous castles. Before the coronavirus crisis, it was a tourist magnet. The castle's lord is happy that he can now allow smaller groups of tourists inside again.
A railway museum, a reservoir, and a maze: DW viewer Angeles shows us the highlights of her hometown San Rafael in the Argentinian province, Mendoza.
A boat tour along the Greek peninsula of Athos, with its mountain of the same name. The monastery buildings are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A video by DW viewer Christina Dimitriadou.
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