Tuesday, 20. August 2019

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10 Of Germany’s craziest sites you’ve got to see (Part 2)

Crazy statutes, rough buildings, creative fountains and the world's narrowest street -- that was all on part one of Germany's craziest sites. Check out part two of the list here, v...

Don’t let the cold get you down: Winter hiking in Germany

Winter weather shouldn’t stop you from exploring Germany’s most beautiful landscapes. From the rugged Alpine foothills outside of Munich to the rolling peaks of the Lüneburg H...

Locomore: An Alternative to Deutsche Bahn?

For a country that loves to tout its dedication to sustainability, Germany sure doesn’t make rail travel cheap. Have you ever traveled within Germany? Comparing the price of a bus...

10 Crazy sites in Germany you’ve got to see (Part 1)

German’s are known for being great at following rules – designing with purpose and function in mind. But visiting cities like Hamburg or Berlin, you’ll also noticed there is incred...

5 places to visit in Germany this autumn (besides Oktoberfest)

The promise of rowdy parties, elaborate costumes and endless brews at Oktoberfest isn’t the only reason to visit Germany during autumn. In fact, this time of year is one of the nic...

Hydrail: Germany’s trains about to get a whole lot cleaner (and ...

Germany is often in the forefront of sustainable innovations. And starting December 2017, they will launch the first hydrogen-powered train to regularly travel long distances, aka ...

11 Reasons to make a bike your main mode of transport

Cycling is on the rise in Germany. City bike infrastructure was introduced in cities like Hamburg and Berlin, and plans to implement more bicycle paths in and around cities has beg...

Do you know these 8 facts about the Autobahn?

Think you’re an Autobahn expert? Check out eight things about one of the world’s most famous roadways you may have never known before (via the Local). 1. Germany’s love affair wit...

5 Quant little German villages to visit

Visitors in Germany usually opt for the big, exciting cities like Berlin, Munich or Hamburg. But going beyond the urban borders, one may find a treasure chest of hidden gems. Cozy ...

A modern pilgramage: German state launches Martin Luther app

With the recent establishment of “Godspots”—making Berlin and Brandenburg churches into WiFi hotspots—we got our first inkling of the churches trying to connect to the younger gene...

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