Twelve million visitors a year can't be wrong! Heidelberg is one of Germany's most beautiful cities.
The German National Tourist Board asked tourists from abroad to vote for their favorite attractions in Germany in 2017. Among the top 10 is Neuschwanstein Castle. We took a 360-degree tour of it.
The Orangery Palace in Kassel, built in the early 18th century, is the backdrop for the documenta installation "The Mill of Blood."
Come take a journey with us through the beautiful country and experience its versatile landscapes and cities.
Unusual galleries and bars are attracting more and more tourists to the Hungarian capital's Jewish quarter.
The famed Paris art museum's location in the United Arab Emirates will feature post-impressionist French art as well as Middle Eastern works from all eras. Critics have accused the Louvre of "selling its soul."
Washington's ban on US citizens traveling to North Korea came into force on Friday, with the two countries at loggerheads over Pyongyang's weapons ambitions.
Visitors to Mallorca will probably have to dig deeper into their pockets from 2018 onwards. The parties in the Balearic Islands’ left-wing coalition government have agreed to a doubling of the controversial tourism tax.
Over 20,000 people were drenched in red pulp after hurling tons of tomatoes at each other at the annual Tomatina festival in eastern Spain. Extra security was deployed after the recent terrorist attacks in Catalonia.
Switzerland's biggest Alpine festival opened with a day of yodeling, alphorn-blowing and rock-throwing on Saturday at Interlaken. Some 150,000 visitors are expected at the event held about once every 12 years.
In the Paris region tourist visits and revenues in the sector increased sharply, tourism authorities said on Tuesday as they released figures for the first half of 2017.
It is one of the most romantic and intriguing towns in the world: Here are 10 Venetian highlights.
Think Cinderella and Snow White. Towards the end of the Middle Ages, Germany's nobility began building more prestigious residences to show power. We present 10 of the most beautiful ones - right out of a fairytale.
Who is the fairest in the land? Whether timber-framed, Brick Gothic or Renaissance style, many old towns in Germany are a feast for the eyes, so it's hard to choose between them. 10 suggestions - from north to south.
Herman Melville's classic novel "Moby Dick" deals with whaling, but its author wrote it far from any coast.
Kassel in northern Hessen is usually a quiet city. That changes every five years when Documenta, one of the world's most important contemporary art exhibitions, takes place.
Check-in host Lukas Stege visits a city that has a green thumb.
Nicole Frölich explores the documenta art exhibition
Storks, ruins and floodplains, Nicole Frölich explores the Elbe Cycle Route.
Lukas Stege checks out the German North Sea island.
Kassel is well worth a visit even when the Documenta isn't taking place.
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The art project "Bewegtes Land", transformed Germany's Saale valley into a 30 kilometer long stage.
Berlin's legendary Adlon Hotel has a rich history that dates back to the year 1907.
Badrutt's Palace Hotel in St. Moritz, Switzerland is a luxury hotel with a legendary reputation.
Cyprus offers not only long sandy beaches and plenty of sunshine, it's also steeped in history.
Hardly any other landmark in the world is as famous or recognizable as the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin has become a symbol of German division and reunification.
The best way to experience Amsterdam like a local is on a bicycle.
The beautiful Lahemaa National Park lies just an hour's drive from the Estonian capital Tallinn.
An amphibious bus takes sightseers on a city tour of Budapest by land and water
Raquel D'Avila shows us her home city, Rio de Janeiro.
In DW's series "50 Kitchens, One City," you can look forward to 50 exciting recipes from 50 Berlin restaurants, presented by chefs from 50 countries.
Germany boasts numerous unique cultural and natural sites that were recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. Here's a presentation of them. Today: Quedlinburg
Bavaria, Berlin, Baden-Württemberg: all these federal states are Germany, but they are all very different and have their own specialties. Here are the highlights of each of Germany's states.
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