The competition – organised by the state capital Stuttgart, the state of Baden-Württemberg and the International Building Exhibition 2027 (IBA’27) – seeks concepts to upgrade the 33ha Modernist housing development which was originally created for the Deutscher Werkbund exhibition in 1927 and is now a partial UNESCO World Heritage Site.
While in Germany, the country allows plenty of options to dig up unconventional adventures and destinations…
Source: Off the Beaten Track in Germany
In a coal heartland of Germany stands a monument to the source of its economic might: a giant mine more than a half-mile deep that once produced the largest amount of coal in the world.
Regensburg is the classic medieval German city with historic architecture, hidden enclaves, fortifications, and charm.
Do as the Germans once did in enchanting Bavaria, where you can step back in time at old homes, historic sites, and more.
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A recent road trip across Baden-Württemberg, a state in Southwest Germany, took Dennis Lennox to old monasteries and churches.
Unplugging and recharging in Europe’s favorite sybaritic hideaway dates back to the Roman era. You’re in for a good-good time in Baden-Baden.
Welcome to Potsdam, city of Sanssouci – one of the largest UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Germany.
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Western Germany’s hip region for digital nomads and urban creatives; Stephanie D’Arc Taylor; Lonely Planet
The Roman Empire stretched across many countries, and remnants of its conquests can be seen in monuments across the land.
Germany’s rich cultural heritage has been further recognised by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), after seven new locations in the country were awarded World Heritage Site status during the 44th UNESCO meeting in China.
Discover the Best Things to Do in Germany — Hidden Gems, Natural Wonders & More; Alif Amsyar; Tripzilla
From nature to history and art… Germany has it all.
From short weekend breaks to multi-stop trips, Germany ticks all the travel boxes thanks to its attractions, stunning scenery and culinary gems…
This East Frisian haven in the Wadden Sea does a great line in traditional and simple seaside pleasures
Due to their uniqueness and authenticity, all Unesco World Heritage Sites in Germany are considered significant for humanity and are therefore under special protection.
Seven new locations in Germany have been awarded World Heritage Site status by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) during the recently held 44th Unesco meeting in China.