On 6 May, Nuremberg's city centre will once again be bathed in the glow of blue light, as the city celebrates its annual Blaue Nacht® – the 'Blue Night' festival of art and culture.
From 13 April, Berlin will play host to one of the top springtime tourist attractions. The international horticultural exhibition (IGA) will offer a range of activities for everyone amidst an ocean of flowers.
With Easter just around the corner, Germans are making preparations for the holidays and the arrival of spring. Find out here how you can get involved and find that 'spring feeling'!
Have you already heard of the social dining movement? Read on to find out what it's all about and how you can join in on your next trip to Germany.
Immerse yourself in the world of urban art, which has its roots in graffiti, and explore this contemporary form of artistic expression.
Germany's many hiking trails offer a chance to explore the country at your leisure and get some great exercise too. Encounter nature at its finest and cultural highlights as far as your feet can carry you.
In January, Museum Barberini opened its doors to the public on Alter Markt square in Potsdam. Pay it a visit and immerse yourself in the world of Impressionism.
Are you one of those people who are constantly stressed out? Then why not give slow travel a go. Here you'll find out how this can work for your trip to Germany.
The best way to learn about the culture of a country is through the people and the language. Here we'll tell you about some of many different ways you can learn German in Germany.