The first place in Germany to be added to the World Heritage List is one of the most important sites in the country. Oh, and it’s stunning!!
This stone knight has been watching over Bremen for more than 500 years. When you see inside the building behind him, you’ll realise why!
He was the man that most Germans believe changed the world more than 500 years ago. The memorials to Martin Luther explain why…
This is the latest place to be named a World Heritage Site in Germany. While it’s hardly the most famous, it was at the centre of a very important empire!
With social housing, Berlin proved itself to be ahead of the times. Check out these remarkable housing estates from a century ago – still used today!
On an island in the middle of Berlin, this remarkable collection of museums is not just about the amazing collections but about the very idea of culture.
The German city of Lübeck was once one of the wealthiest in Europe. It was the capital of the powerful Hanseatic League that controlled trade in the north.
This beautiful blend of natural vistas and quaint towns has inspired many artists and poets. But the Upper Middle Rhine Valley needs to be seen for itself.
There was once a plan to turn this small German town into a ‘second Rome’. When you see it for yourself, it’s clear how it grew in grandeur.