More and more travelers are heading for cities that promote environmentally friendly transport, renewable energy, and restaurants that serve food from sustainable sources. We take you to Hamburg, Neumarkt, and Freiburg.
A strong storm in northern Germany forced rail operator Deutsche Bahn to cancel many trains in the region. Instead of being able to travel to their destination, passengers found themselves stuck sleeping on extra trains.
Hamburg is again celebrating the cruise ship industry — and will provide thousands of visitors with a real spectacle. Environmental associations criticize the Hamburg Cruise Days as a false signal in the climate debate.
The Hanseatic city wants to be a trailblazer in developing tourism of the future. It's to be environmentally aware, as climate-neutral as possible and enable authentic travel experiences. But is it all just a nice idea?
People are now aware of climate change. But almost no one wants to do without a holiday flight or cruise. A CO2 tax could change that, says tourism expert Wolfgang Günther.
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