Our destinations this week are the Federal Horticultural Show (BUGA), Brandenburg an der Havel, Hamburg and Munich, along with three places linked with the artistic Cranach family.
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Discover Germany likes to meet up with visitors to the country to hear about their impressions. If you’re headed our way, why not get in touch!
In our regular Recommended spot we meet a local who takes us to exciting and interesting places off the well-trodden tourist tracks.
Discover Germany is celebrating 25 years of German unification by visiting all 16 federal states. This time we’re going to Rhineland-Palatinate.
Discover Germany celebrates 25 years of German unification by visiting all 16 federal states. This time we are going to Saxony.
Travel destinations are Berlin, the Allgäu region, St. Peter-Ording and Frankfurt.
To mark 25 years of German Reunification, Discover Germany is visiting all 16 Federal States. This week we’re in Lower Saxony.
Travel destinations are Weltenburg Abbey, Kelheim, Regensburg, Eltz Castle, the Baltic resort Warnemünde and Düsseldorf.
Discover Germany is celebrating 25 years of German unification by visiting all 16 federal states. This time we are headed for North Rhine-Westphalia.
A muse, a playground, an industrial necessity: Join us on a tour of Germany's most enchanting river.
Discover Germany, the TV Travel Guide, takes you to Germany’s most beautiful destinations every week. From Sylt to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, from Aachen to Zittau – each edition presents a particular region, city and landscape.
Enjoy each kilometer of the infamous "Green Hell" track spread out over more than 200 pages. We’re giving away a Nürburgring coffee table book. Write to us!
Travis Laufenberg from the US is the winner of the Meissen porcelain tea set! Congratulations! The Discover Germany team thanks all who took part in the draw!
I was born in1987 in Eschwege, a small town in Hessen. I lived there until my parents caught the travel bug, packed me and the barest necessities and moved to Spain.
Travel and foreign languages are Sandra Maria Gronewald's two principal hobbies. The multilingual journalist is ideally suited to the job of presenting DW's travel magazine in three languages:
Dancing all night in Berlin, watching seals on Heligoland, enjoying the sunrise in the Alps – there are thousands of possibilities to spend your holidays in Germany. Ideas to travel the country!
Here you find the Youtube playlist of Discover Germany: Tourists who travel through Germany, locals who show you interesting places off the well-trodden tracks and potraits of German cities and regions!