Königsallee? Overrun with snobs and wannabe rich people. The TV tower? The one in Berlin is 1,000 times better. Old town? Full of Ruhrpott hillbillies. Looking for Düsseldorf tips that not everyone knows? Then forget the typical sights. In this...mehr lesen
Rügen is best known for the seaside resorts of Sellin, Binz, Baabe, Göhren and Thiessow in the southeast of the island. These are also all worth a visit, but represent only a small part of the largest island in Germany. Elsewhere on Rügen there...mehr lesen
This article takes you through forests, moors and dunes – past waving reed fields and thatched houses – along the Bodden, the Baltic Sea beach and on lighthouses – while a salty breeze blows in your face and your gaze wanders into...mehr lesen
Vienna – The Austrian Capitol regularly ranks first in studies of the world’s most livable cities, and Vienna is absolutely fantastic for tourists, too. What fascinated me most is the mixture of colonial buildings from the time of the...mehr lesen
The picturesquely beautiful Königssee with its emerald green water, embedded like a fjord in the surrounding mountain landscape, is one of the most popular sights in Germany. But many tourists who visit the idyllic alpine lake from all over the...mehr lesen
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