This time we visit Anklam, Munich, Cologne, the island of Usedom and the Harz Mountains
The island of Usedom offers something for everyone. The magic of the Baltic Sea lures visitors the year round, even in autumn. The architecture of the imperial spas of Ahlbeck, Heringsdorf and Bansin make for colorful walks along the promenade.
Or visitors can take a bicycle tour to the interior. The Achterwasser, a large bay separating the island from the mainland, offers glorious autumn scenery. In northern Usedom lies Peenemünde, a village with a unique history. It was here that the Nazis developed the infamous V-2 rocket. Today a museum offers a critical view of the test site's role in World War Two. And for those seeking peace and quiet, there's Lieper Winkel, where nature rules and there's little sign of tourists.
Acting student Lisa Klabunde takes us to her favorite places in Anklam: to St. Nicholas Church, the Peene Valley and the Otto Lilienthal Museum.
In 1937 Adolf Hitler opened a museum called 'House of German Art' in the center of Munich. Now a special tour gives visitors the opportunity to learn about the building's varied history, from its then-advanced technology, to the monumental shows staged by the Nazis.
Around 300 days a year the Brocken mountain is shrouded in fog, so you have to be lucky to find a clear, sunny autumn day on the summit. The steam-powered Brocken Railway takes visitors to the top, where park ranger Martin Strube leads tours around the Brocken plateau.
Brazilian sisters Geisa and Lílian Toller from Sao Paolo take us along as they explore Cologne's chocolate museum and the factory where the 4711 fragrance is made.