You don’t have to be German to love traditional German Christmas Markets. In fact, many visitors travel to Germany just for the Christmas markets alone.
Some 25 years ago, everything changed in Berlin -- including me.
25 years ago the Wall came down – and Germany hasn’t looked back since.
Explore the vineyards, castles and river valleys of Rhineland-Palate in Germany.
Below Berlin lies a labyrinth of air raid shelters. Touring this underworld is like stepping back in time.
Germany's Christmas markets draw visitors from around the world. Here are four you won't want to miss.
If the holidays turns you into a grinch, find the antidote in this festive German village.
Guests of this castle can wake up on their own time. Pedal Germany's most-frequented bike route or relax at the in-house sauna.
At this unique restaurant, you may not SEE your meal, but you'll never forget it.
Barrier-free travel guidebooks reviewed!
Cruising the autobahn in a sleek BMW adds excitement to a castle sightseeing trip.
In springtime, you can escape the crowds and soak in the scenery surrounding this small Bavarian town.
Be sure to bring a hearty appetite and a taste for strong beer to this yearly German festival.
Travel in Europe can be expensive, but with a Eurail pass and planning, you can travel on a student budget.
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