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.
The 'Elbe and Elster Reformation' cycle route is the ideal way to discover the lesser-known examples of Reformation heritage by bike.
Enjoy big city life from a leisurely new perspective on one of Germany's urban beaches.
Explore Germany with all your senses on a culinary guided tour and experience its towns and cities in a whole new way.
Amazing, informative and fun – in Rüdesheim am Rhein a new visitor centre promises fantastic views of the UNESCO World Heritage Upper Middle Rhine Valley, and you can even get a bite to eat there.
Europe's second longest river, the Danube, flows from the Black Forest to the Black Sea and connects several countries that have shaped the character of the river landscape. The German Danube region in particular is home to many fascinating stories and offers a whole world of amazing things to discover.