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.
You awake early in the morning to the sounds of nature. You open your tent to be greeted by the first rays of sunshine. A calm and relaxed start to a summer's day – that's the beauty of camping.
The annual World Oceans Day reminds us to appreciate the beauty of the oceans. But all year round, Germany's coasts and islands are a great place to relax, enjoy a holiday or attend a festival.
L'etat c'est moi (I am the state) – that was the motto of Louis XIV at the height of the baroque period. Travel back in time to the era of the Sun King and enjoy the charming towns and cities along this scenic route.
Planning a holiday in Germany during the European Football Championship? That's a great idea, as the numerous fan parks across the country are the ideal place to watch a game and celebrate with friends and family.
Have you ever thought that your accommodation could be bit more adventurous? If the answer is yes, then read on.
'Children's and Household Tales', the famous collection of stories by the Brothers Grimm, celebrated its 200th anniversary back in 2013. This year it's the turn of their publication 'German Legends' to celebrate its bicentenary.
Anniversary fireworks display at Rheinaue Park