The 15 museums of the Dresden State Art Collections make up one of the oldest, largest and most prestigious museum networks in the world. Now, they’ve received a European Cultural Brand Award.
The world's largest travel portal, TripAdvisor, has completed its long-announced transformation into a social travel network. At its launch on November 13, however, there was still no final version.
Sebastian van der Sangen shows you around his home city of Amsterdam: Start off with a boat tour of the canals and visit the NDSM wharf, one of the Dutch capital's cultural hotspots.
Vienna, wine, and wild landscapes. 100 years ago, on 12 November 1918, Austria declared itself a republic. This marked the end of the era of the Danube Monarchy. A journey from Vienna in the East to the Alps in the West.
Fly with the #DailyDrone to the castle ruins in Bornhagen, Thuringia.
Calgary's citizens have decided to not endorse the city's bid to host the 2026 Winter Olympics. The vote was a major blow to the IOC, which is now left with only two bids to host the event.
A city thought to be founded by survivors of the Trojan War has been located in Greece. After years of excavations, archaeologists have collected tangible evidence of a city that previously only existed in ancient texts.
Twenty-nine years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Thailand's capital Bangkok now also has a work of art made from original pieces of the wall.
Rankings of travel destinations are published regularly. Lonely Planet has chosen Sri Lanka and Germany as top destinations for 2019. How should such lists be read?
Australia's government plans to relax restrictions for backpackers and other visitors on working holidays visas, which will allow them to stay a year longer and also work in more regions around the country.
Graffiti covers the ruins of Cyrene in eastern Libya, a city founded by Greeks more than 2,600 years ago that once attracted tourists but is now neglected and the target of vandals.
Every year on 11/11, at 11:11 a.m., costumed people storm the town halls and symbolically take over power for the coming weeks. It marks the beginning of the carnival season, which Germans also call the "fifth season."
Autumn is the ideal time for a trip along the Wine Route. The world's oldest wine tourism route leads over 85 kilometers through a sea of vines in the Palatinate region - from Schweigen-Rechtenbach to Bockenheim.
The Czech Republic is not only worth a city trip to its capital. Between Prague and Pilsen tourists will find historical spa culture, rustic mountain worlds, modern architecture and traditional beer enjoyment.
For example, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the One World Trade Center in New York, The Shard skyscraper in London, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai or the Television Tower in Berlin offer panoramic views.
Its baroque architecture and its location on the river Elbe make the Saxon state capital unique. The list of attractions seems endless in "Elbflorenz".
Before 1933, there were some 2,800 Jewish temples in Germany. Today there are 130 synagogues and prayer rooms - a reflection of the tumultuous past of German-Jewish life.
100 years ago, the First World War ended on November 11, 1918 with the Compiègne Armistice. In Europe, numerous museums and memorials commemorate the victims of cruel battles.
What parts of Germany would you like to see? That’s what we asked our users. Here are their favorite German states – as well as their least favorite.
Industrial heritage in the Ruhr region, open countryside in Westphalia and Cologne lust for life: North Rhine-Westphalia is various.
DW presenter Nicole Frölich takes a trip through the Palatinate region, always following the call of the grape. The German Wine Route runs more than 85 kilometers.
Lukas Stege has been gripped by wanderlust. He crosses the Thuringian Forest.
Nicole Frölich tastes her way through the wine-growing Palatinate region.
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Amelia Virgiani Pertiwi takes you through Indonesia's capital.
Bookseller Martin Murillo Gomez shows you his home town.
DW viewer Eyal David takes you through Israel's biggest city.
John Kennedy recommends visiting the St. Anne church, the English Market and a local pub.
Check-in viewer Konstantin Megrelishvili shows us the sights of his home town by the Black Sea.
A graffiti artist shows you highlights from his home town, like Space Center Houston.
A native Dubliner takes us on a tour of Ireland's capital.
DW viewer Diana Barrios Treviño shows you her hometown San Antonio in Texas.
Sara Al Zaabi shows you her home country.
From the old town to the beach, Tel Aviv is lively and well worth a visit!
Check-in viewer Miguel Loura shows us around Sintra, a World Heritage site.
Dimitris Karampalis shows us his favorite places in Athens,
Musician Jason Weems shows us his favorite spots in Austin, Texas.
DW viewer Roberto Montepeloso shows us the wine-growing region of Mendoza.
Check-in viewer Diego Gamboa lives in Uruguay's capital Montevideo. He guides us through his city.
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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