Berlin is as diverse and lively as its history. Berlin is constantly changing. You can discover the old and the new districts of Berlin again and again. The capital of Germany unites citizens from over 190 nations and the multicultural atmosphere ensures creativity, culinary delights and a great nightlife.
The traces of 2.000 years of history lead you through a picturesque old town with the famous Cologne Cathedral and the Love Bridge, which connects the magnificent promenades to both banks of the Rhine. Discover with us nice buildings and hidden places, interesting museums, green spots to chill out - and the incomparable Cologne way of life in the fourth largest city in Germany.
Stuttgart - Car dreams between vineyards and Maultaschen: Surrounded by vineyards, Stuttgart is the home of two major German car brands. The valley location of Stuttgart offers many possibilities for excursions to the higher situated surroundings, and not only with the usual means of transport.
Hanover is not only a trade fair city, but also perfect for a short trip. Colourful, artistic and surrounded by natural oases, Hanover presents itself and surprises us with its red thread, green ring, blue poles and colourful nanas. Furthermore, you can do some great shopping in the city.
Lübeck is a world cultural heritage site and gateway to the Baltic Sea. Maritime flair and delicious fish, freedom and relaxation. You will find all this in Lübeck. Travemünde is very popular with its extensive beach. The city is perfect for a day trip - for example if you are in Hamburg or in Fehmarn.
Heidelberg is a historical university town in Baden-Württemberg. The former Electoral Palatinate residential town of Heidelberg is known for its picturesque old town on the Neckar, the imposing Heidelberg Castle and the longest pedestrian zone in Europe. Fantastic views await you from the Königstuhl and the Philosophenweg. Read more...