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Whatever you’re into – vibrant cities, stunning natural scenery, castles, culture or beer – Germany has something for everyone. Here’s a taste of the best sites in Germany.
Blogger Libby of Lovely in Lux gets Fernweh, the itch to get out of town! Here are her suggestions for day trip destinations.
Clubs are the fast way to meet people with common interests — and they make even more sense for expats who are far from home. Expatica's guide to Germany's clubs and associations helps you to start making connections.
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Discover Berlin's many faces with this list of the best and quirkiest things to do in Berlin, from graffiti and underground clubs to orchestras and opulent palaces.
Rick Steves gives the lowdown on finding 'gemütlich' in the Oktoberfest craze, providing a list of some of the most popular Munich beer halls you shouldn't miss.
Travel blogger Adam guides you on how to find the hippest bars, clubs, restaurants, cafes and brunches in Berlin city.
Plummet in darkness through a mining shaft on Europe’s newest attraction: Efteling’s dive coaster, Baron 1898. [Contributed by Efteling]
You can easily work abroad, volunteer, or meet new people in a diversity of interests – dogs, entrepreneurs, knitting, mothers, soccer, teachers, theatre, technology, translators and more.
A 400-year-old derelict Belgian village threatened with demolition become a magnet for the world's best street artists. Is it enough for Doel to survive?
From Munich to Berlin, there are more than 10,000 festivals across Germany celebrating music, film, beer and much more.
With more than 60 years taking Dutch and international visitors on an enchanting adventure, Efteling’s fairytale characters have become a beloved part of Dutch history. [Contributed by Efteling]
When living in Germany it is important to know your 'wurst', especially when there are more than 1,500 different types of German sausage.
O’zapft is! With more than 10,000 German festivals, Germany offers riches of entertainment and marvels to everyone from book lovers to beer drinkers.
Where to check out some of Berlin's best social spots in one (busy!) weekend.