Event manager Dagmar Hoppe loves living in historical surroundings. She recommends Katrin Ruhnau’s paper art studio, LindenbeinTower and St Blasius Church.
The 18th century dukes created artistic landscaped gardens here; the Bauhaus masters ushered in the era of modern architecture. For visitors, that means UNESCO World Heritage sites wherever you look.
The city-state of Berlin is a center of the arts and cinema and a trend-setter. At the same time, the German capital is constantly changing.
It's easy to relax in Saarland, far from mass tourism. Michelin-starred cuisine, a Franco-German way of life and the world's first industrial UNESCO World Heritage site are the pride of this small, Francophile state.
If you think of Schleswig-Holstein, you have to think of Sylt, Germany's northernmost North Sea island. If you're a beach-lover, the state actually offers two seas: the North Sea and the Baltic.
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