Discover Germany – Berlin Fahrrad Fever
Did you know Germans love to bike? For example, Berlin is as bike-friendly as they come. With over 600 kilometers of bike paths, and grandiose new schemes in the pipeline, it’s no surprise that over two-thirds of households in the city own a bike. Read the full article here.
Leipzig Book Fair is on again in April
Leipzig Book Fair is the most important get-together in the spring for the book and media industry, connecting readers with authors, publishers and media companies from Germany and around the world. They all visit Leipzig to experience a diversity of literature, discover innovations and gain new perspectives. To read more…
Beer Hiking in Franconia
Everything you wanted to ask about Franconia beer, but were too afraid to ask. You would like to read the full article from Discover Germany? Click here.
Wilhelm Röntgen passed away 100 Years ago
Did you know, Wilhelm Röntgen, who first discovered the X-rays, lived from March 27th, 1845 to February 10th, 1923. So he passed away 100 years ago. To read more about this exceptional German scientist you can read an article on Wikipedia in English here, or a German news article on…
Shrove Tuesday in Munic
A mass of gently swaying people occupies the Viktualienmarkt in central Munich. The long-established market is a popular place for both city residents and visitors to purchase gourmet food and drink, but Tuesday afternoons are rarely this busy: Faschingsdienstag is not an ordinary Tuesday, however. Read the article by Stuart…
Made in Switzerland
Read about the best and most recognized products made in Switzerland. Click here to read the article.