Check-in presenters Nicole Frölich and Lukas Stege explore the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. From Warnemünde on the Baltic coast, to Lake Müritz, the largest lake in the region, to the Baltic Sea island of Usedom.
We, Olivera Zivkovic and Emily Gordine from DW, traveled for two weeks across Germany in a camper van to find out how the coronavirus pandemic has affected traveling and tourism in Germany. This is what we experienced.
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania is home to seaside resorts once nicknamed "Berlin's bathtub," and is ideal for waterside holidays — from the Baltic Sea coast to the Mecklenburg lake district.
As countries gradually ease lockdown restrictions, people craving for an excursion are heading to nearby holiday homes. Go-local is the new mantra among holidaymakers seeking both safety from the coronavirus and privacy.
During the coronavirus crisis, travelers are left with nothing but yearning. Sights can only be visited virtually, if at all. Join us for an online version of Check-in in Germany.
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