Walk amidst colourful trees, basking in the glorious sunshine and the pleasant temperatures. Experience Germany's walking trails at their best – whether in the mountains, in the forest or along lakes and rivers, there's something for everybody here.
On 6 October THE ONE will have its premiere on the world's largest theatre stage. Previews will be taking place from 22 September 2016.
The coastline and islands of northern Germany are renowned not only as havens of tranquillity but also as destinations for water sports. So get in the water and get active!
Germany's largest federal state has always been considered a region with strong traditions. Take yourself on a tour of discovery and explore its lesser-known customs and innovations.
To celebrate 70 years of North Rhine-Westphalia, the state capital, Düsseldorf, will host a three-day summer birthday party from 26 to 28 August 2016.
The recently opened VINEUM Lake Constance, formerly the Wine-Growing Museum in Meersburg, takes you on an informative and enjoyable tour through wine, culture and history.
Fun and adventure await at Germany's theme parks, leisure parks and family attractions, which have many new highlights and shows for you to discover in 2016.
The little monsters just love to hang out near places of interest! With the help of the Pokémon you too can discover Germany's hidden treasures.
Although it rises in Graubünden in Switzerland and empties into the sea in the Netherlands, the Rhine mostly flows through the landscapes and towns and cities of Germany. A particularly enjoyable way to experience the beauty of the Rhine regions is on a riverboat. Welcome on board!
How can our society find a better way to live in the 21st century? 'The architectural work of Le Corbusier, an outstanding contribution to the modern movement' – a recent addition to the UNESCO World Heritage list – may well hold some of the answers. The German part of this transnational property comprises two buildings from the Weissenhof housing estate in Stuttgart, which was built in 1927.