After Hamburg's "Elphi", as the Elbphilharmonie is affectionately known, Dresden opens the "Kulti", the refurbished and re-designed Kulturpalast on April 28th. The sound is expected to be much improved.
The King's Day, the 27th of April, is a day where the streets overflow with the colour orange. However, Amsterdam, the Netherlands' fascinating capital, is a popular destination all year round.
The world's biggest industrial fair takes place annually in Hanover. There are 10 reasons more why a visit to the capital of Lower Saxony is always worthwhile.
There's magnificent scenery in Baden-Württemberg: The #DailyDrone shows you some of it.
Best known for designing the glass pyramid in front of the Louvre, Chinese-American architect I. M. Pei has left traces of his inimitable modernist style all over the world. He turns 100 on April 26.
The Global Passport Power Rank 2017, which compares passports from the 193 UN member countries, states that a German passport will help you travel the furthest, - into 159 countries around the world.
More than 1.6 million people have visited the Elbphilharmonie Plaza, which opened in November. That means the Plaza has already attracted more visitors than Neuschwanstein Castle gets in a year.
The Thai capital's world famous street food scene may soon be a thing of the past. Authorities say they want to impose order and cleanliness, but for many street food is a part of the culture.
In troubling political times, New York's latest tourist attraction offers visitors international escapism - a $40 million installation of 50 nations in miniature: a kind of Gulliver's Travels for the 21st century.
More than 40 years after the end of the war in the southeast Asian country, Vietnamese vendors are selling prints of old propaganda posters to tourists.
The Spanish city has shown the largest growth in tourism worldwide in the past three decades. We show you 10 places you shouldn't miss. Barcelona, the coolest city on the Mediterranean.
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.
Keukenhof in the Netherlands is Europe’s largest flower garden. It’s only open for two months every year but draws up to one million visitors from around the world.
Artists and natural scientists in the 18th and 19th centuries were inspired by the Rhine River.
Check-in presenters Lukas Stege and Nicole Frölich cruise the Rhine River - from the Rhine Gorge past Cologne to Düsseldorf.
Check-in host Nicole Frölich drives a Trabant through Dresden and finds out why the cherubs in the Sistine Madonna painting are so famous. She also sees Loschwitz Bridge and visits the Semper Opera House.
Sylt is the classiest of the North Frisian islands, but the real luxury is found off-season in the solitude of the beaches. Check-in host Nicole Frölich enjoys the wide expanses, wind and waves at the seaside.
Check-in presenter Nicole Frölich explores the Berchtesgaden Alps. She watches golden eagles, goes snowshoeing and tastes gentian schnapps.
Medellín is a provincial capital and Colombia's second-largest city. Once seen as the world's most dangerous city, it now attracts many tourists, as Check-in viewer Leonardo Peña Severiche shows.
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One ticket, around 200 attractions - exploring the capital city of Germany with the Berlin WelcomeCard: Travel without restrictions through the city.
To mark the start of the International Year of Sustainable Tourism, the German National Tourist Board (GNTB) is offering a new online service.
The city in Denmark will share the title with the city of Paphos on Cyprus.
The city on Cyprus will share the title with the city of Aarhus in Denmark.
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