The Oktoberfest has been attracting beer lovers for more than 200 years. If you thought that's impressive think again: another Munich beer culture landmark – the Hofbraeuhaus – has been doing that for twice as long.
Helping you find a shop close by in a city you don't know, that's what the Yelp app promises travelers. All entries are made by the users themselves making this application crowd sourced content.
Despite bad weather, some one million people have visited the Oktoberfest, the world's largest festival, on its first weekend.
Leaving Berlin made DW's Anne-Sophie Brändlin realize what makes Germany's capital so unique and why it is so difficult to fall in love with any other city.
The ancient Corvey Abbey is the 39th UNESCO World Heritage Site in Germany.
A multimedia project on 38 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Germany. Join us.
DW has compiled a bank of useful information, resources and links on studying in Germany.
Learn German with DW's free e-learning courses, short videos, audio courses, podcasts and texts.
The Berlin Wall fell 25 years ago. Join us in commemorating this anniversary and post your photo on the topic "breaking barriers".
Over a distance of 1,400 kilometers, the Green Belt marks the former inner-German border from Kühlungsborn via the Brocken to Mödlareuth. Unique nature reserves dotted with places of remembrance.
Travel destinations include the former inner German border, Hamburg, Bergneustadt and Munich.
A muse, a playground, an industrial necessity: Join us on a tour of Germany's most enchanting river.
Find out what Germany's largest river means to those people who live and work along its shores.
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