London is Europe's most visited city. In 2016, the British capital counted some 19 million visitors. The city's iconic mix of culture, art and music makes it particularly attractive.
A few helpful tips on how to deal with the Köbes - Cologne’s waiters.
Fly with our #DailyDrone to the new UNESCO World Heritage site: the Laubengang Houses in the Bauhaus city of Dessau.
Nepal is set to ban traffic from entering a popular tourist district in Kathmandu by the end of this week in a bid to reduce traffic congestion.
Ex-hurricane Ophelia has made landfall in Ireland, bringing strong winds and causing flooding, power outages and disruption to transport. Several fatalities have been reported.
The new flight route, via Windhoek in Namibia, makes the small British island in the South Atlantic reachable by air from South Africa in just six hours. The airport has been a colossal civil engineering challenge.
Disneyland has "Main Street, USA", a monorail and Mickey Mouse. China's Nanjie village has "East is Red Square", red trams and Mao Zedong. The village has become a big hit with nostalgic Chinese tourists.
The park will have rides and characters based on Mayan mythology and be built in two phases in the so-called Riviera Maya, a stretch of pristine beaches on Mexico's southeastern coast.
Thailand's Grand Palace and the adjacent Temple of the Emerald Buddha, also known as Wat Phra Kaew, are closed to tourists until the end of October for late king's cremation,
Foreigner travel permits will not be issued in October, when the
Communist Party will hold a high-level congress that only takes place
once every five years.
The ban, effective November 1, will be imposed on popular beaches
across Thailand, including Patong beach in the southern city of
Phuket, the eastern city of Pattaya and Hua Hin and Cha Am south of
Let there be light! More and more cities are staging light festivals. They transform squares and streets, bridges and buildings spectacularly. We give you a glimpse into the art of the illuminations designer.
Autumn is the harvest season in Germany’s 13 different wine regions. Take a trip into the world of Riesling, Müller Thurgau, Silvaner and co.
Europe's castles and palaces attract millions of visitors every year. Their splendid architecture is the culmination of an old continent rich in history.
Few towns and lots of countryside! Lower Saxony has so much variety: from the North Sea mudflats to the hills of the Weser Uplands, the state is Germany's second-largest in terms of area.
According to the National Tourist Board, Europa-Park is among Germany's 10 most popular attractions in 2017.
Art, culture and carnival, but beyond that there's so much more - old buildings looking back at 2,000 years of history, trade fairs and museums, glittering night life and a whole heap of Rhineland zest for life.
Cologne is known for its cathedral, the Rhine and its carnival. Plus, the infectious good humor of its residents. What's behind it? DW presenter Nicole Fröhlich soaks up some of Cologne's inimitable exuberance.
Nicole Frölich explores the government district in Berlin
Check-in host Lukas Stege visits a city that has a green thumb.
Presenter Nicole Frölich tries to find out.
Lukas Stege visits Heidelberg’s most attractive locations.
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