Germany has many fascinating cities to explore, but you are missing out on some of the country’s most awe-inspiring sights if you don’t venture out into the wild.
If you’re a motorcycle enthusiast, you’re probably either in heaven now that you live in Germany, or you’re intimidated. If you’re intimidated, don’t be.
Most people who have spent any amount of time in the Rhein-Main region know Mainz as a famous party town — a university city known for its annual bout of carnival madness during the Fasching season.
The Nature Park of the Palatine Forest was created to protect the landscape for the leisure of the people in the surrounding cities, said Arno Weiss, the deputy director of the Naturpark Pfaelzerwald. The entire area is protected to maintain its diversity, uniqueness and beauty — and it’s still an […]
Germans love a good summer barbecue as much as Americans do. What they put on their plates doesn’t exactly resemble hot dogs, burgers and co.
The Rhine River offers a magical German experience with its breathtaking scenery, half-timbered houses, historic castles, dramatic hillsides and delicious wines.
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There are amazing trips that can be taken right from the Kaiserslautern area. Here are five great destinations to explore that you may not have thought of.
Visitors who make the stop at Voelklingen might continue westward across the border to Metz, France. Aside from the well-documented St. Stephen Cathedral and another antiquated religious building, St. Pierre aux Nonnains, the town offers flea markets, small wineries, bistros and pubs, and a few children-themed places to let the kids blow off steam.