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Kategorie – Germany

Why wander far away when the good is so close? Germany is one of the most popular travel destinations. Not only tourists from abroad, but also locals discover the diversity of Germany. Whether singles or couples, families, art enthusiasts, adventurers or athletes: there is the perfect holiday in Germany for them.

Universität in Leipzig

The eleven oldest universities in Germany – history and traditions

Germany is known for its long history and rich tradition in the field of higher education. Many of the German universities are among the oldest and most renowned in the world. In this article, we take a look at the eleven oldest universities in Germany, their founding years, their development over the centuries and their importance in today’s academic landscape...

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Discover the charm of Rüdesheim: A delightful exploration guide

As you stroll through the charming streets of Rüdesheim, you will feel transported to a bygone era where every corner tells a story from centuries past. From the Niederwald Monument overlooking the vineyard-covered hills to the Drosselgasse where locals and visitors come together, Rüdesheim is a destination that offers a delightful mix of cultural heritage and...

The best sights and events in the Mainz area

Mainz, the charming capital of Rhineland-Palatinate, is known for its rich history, impressive architecture, and vibrant culture. Visitors and locals alike can enjoy a variety of sights and events that the city has to offer. From historical sites to modern festivals, there is always something to discover and experience. In this article, we take a look at the best...

Berlin – The capital with many faces

Berlin is the capital of the Federal Republic of Germany and, with around 3.6 million inhabitants, the most populous and largest city in Germany. Like few metropolises, Berlin is rich in fascinating highlights and sights that bear witness to the eventful history of the city, but also of the country. The “Spreeathen” is certainly one of the most...

There is not just one reason to visit Lübeck

Lübeck is a Hanseatic city worth seeing and, with about 217,000 inhabitants, the second largest city in the state of Schleswig-Holstein. Lübeck’s medieval old town with its many cultural monuments has been part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. Old merchants’ houses, winding alleys and sacred buildings worth seeing attract visitors to the...

Spend unforgettable holidays on Amrum

Magnificent dunes, fragrant forests and fantastic beaches await holidaymakers on the island of Amrum in beautiful North Frisia in the state of Schleswig-Holstein. Amrum occupies an area of around 20 square kilometres and is located west of the island of Föhr and south of the island of Sylt. Amrum is located in the Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park and is...

The most popular German North Sea islands

The German North Sea Islands are divided into the island kingdom of North Frisia and the East Frisian North Sea Islands. In the popularity scale, the North Frisian island of Sylt is likely to claim undisputed first place. But the other island beauties are in no way inferior to Sylt. Unfortunately, not even in terms of real estate prices. However, the popularity of...

The largest islands in Germany

In addition to a number of small inland islands in rivers or lakes, such as the Lake Constance island of Mainau or the Weser island of Harriersand, Germany can boast more than three dozen sea islands in the North Sea and Baltic Sea. With the exception of the rocky island of Heligoland, which is about one square kilometre in size, all German North Sea and Baltic Sea...

Hamburg – Nordic port city with a special charm

With around 1,830,000 inhabitants and an area of almost 755 square kilometres, Hamburg is the second largest city in the Federal Republic of Germany. The history of the city dates back to the 7th century. The Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg was one of the founding places of the Hanseatic League in 1241. It has the second largest port in Europe and has plenty of...

The Felsenmeer Lautertal

The Felsenmeer in the Vorderer Odenwald is one of the most impressive places and the most popular local recreation areas for hikers and families in the region. One side of the 514 m high rocky mountain is dominated by a wide swath that resembles a petrified sea of waves in a storm. The slope is covered all over with rounded granite blocks, which give the impression...