From July 7, DW journalists Emily Gordine and Olivera Zivkovic will embark on a two-week tour of Germany by camper. Take part virtually and find out more about the country during the coronavirus pandemic.
The former imperial city of Goslar is located in the middle of the Harz Mountains. The old town with its timber-framed houses and the nearby Rammelsberg mine are part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Come fly there with us!
Berlin is many things: the German capital, seat of government and cultural metropolis. But above all Berlin is fascinating, a city that is constantly changing. Maybe that's why it's such a tourist hotspot.
The Louvre has reopened in Paris, four months after the coronavirus pandemic forced the world's most visited museum to shut its doors. With American tourists banned from the EU, the museum is expecting a slow summer.
The COVID-19 epidemic poses a threat to the everyday life of people worldwide. Travelers are particularly affected, as are people working in tourism. Here are the latest developments.
Speaking in the House of Commons, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that museums, restaurants and pubs are set to reopen on July 4th after months of lockdown. But not everyone is convinced the move is a good idea.
Despite a lack of tourists and income because of the coronavirus, locals in northern Kenya are sticking together to protect their wildlife. But elephant sanctuary manager Moses Lenaipa tells DW it's an uphill battle.
For centuries, the noble family of Wittelsbach controlled the fate of Bavaria and thus also of Munich. The dukes, electors and kings left their mark on the cityscape — much to the delight of tourists.
Summer, sun and sand: Most Germans who go on vacation prefer a beach holiday. Europe has some 37,000 kilometers (22,990 miles) of coastline — and with coronavirus restrictions being eased most beaches are open again.
On June 15, the German government's worldwide travel warning for most European countries will be lifted. How are tour operators preparing for the new start? How willing are Germans to travel?
Normally Germany's castles are real visitor magnets. But because of the coronavirus crisis their doors remain closed.
Germany has reopened its borders. What do tourists have to consider when entering the country? What conditions apply? And what can travelers do in Germany? Here's an overview.
For many years, cuckoo clocks and cherry cakes have been successful in advertising the Black Forest worldwide. But tourists from Asia are staying away this summer. New concepts are needed.
We are taking a tour through Germany, and every week we will introduce you to a town in the alphabet. This time G takes us to Görlitz, the beauty on the river Neisse, a gem of European urban architecture.
Nicole Frölich explores the Spreewald, taking boats down the canals, finding out all about traditional life in the region and tasting the famous pickles!
With the "DW World Heritage 360" app, a total of five World Heritage Sites are shown in a completely new way.
The cathedral from the 13th century is famous for the sculptures of the unknown Naumburg master.
Germany boasts numerous unique cultural and natural sites that were recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. Here's a presentation of them. Today: Quedlinburg
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