From Weimar to Tel Aviv, visit the monuments to this century-old revolution.
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Hamburg has been a city of songs for centuries, long before five mop-topped young lads from Liverpool again put the northern German city on the musical map in the early 1960s.
Source: HAMBURG, LUBECK AND BREMEN: Northern Germany’s stars shine bright
Considered the heart of Europe, Germany possesses many world-renowned historical sites and captivating tourist attractions.
Source: Top 10 best places to visit in Germany – Break.com
As Hamburg prepares to open the doors of what will be the biggest congress center in Germany, the city already has taken steps to cement its reputation as a top meetings and events destination.
Source: Hamburg is Ready to Make More History as Event Destination
A Rhine river cruise from Basel to Amsterdam onboard Crystal Bach showcases the glamorous ship as much as the storied ports it visits.
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Hong Kong-based Langham Hospitality Group has added its first property in Europe since acquiring The Langham, London more than two decades ago.
Source: Langham Lands a New Deal Located Within a UNESCO German Palace
UNESCO World Heritage Committee awarded “The Augsburg Water Management System” with the World Heritage title Germany, Augsburg, UNESCO, World Heritage city, Mayor Kurt Gribl…
Source: The German city ‘Augsburg’ is a UNESCO World Heritage city – Arabian Gazette
The nationalist movement that soon developed into the Nazi ideology in Germany considered Bauhaus to be a rejection of traditional German values.
Source: How Bauhaus design school influenced art, architecture and design across the world
Beyond the art capitals, these pilgrimages will take you to dazzling museums, sculpture-encrusted landscapes, remote islands, and legendary art enclaves.
Source: 20 Essential Pilgrimages to Inspiring Art Destinations
Things to Do in Berlin – Explore Germany’s capital with Sara Monty’s list of things to do in Berlin. She absolutely loves this city and you will too!
Source: 14 Awesome Things to Do in Berlin – Exploring Germany’s Capital
The UN designated two popular and historic sites in Germany as UNESCO World Heritage sites: The Ore Mountains and the historic city of Augsburg.
Source: UNESCO World Heritage sites: UN adds two more in Germany
Discover the Hanseatic city of Lübeck, also known as the “City of Seven Spires” or the “Gateway to the North.” Admire the medieval character, the unparalleled architecture and the cohesive structure of the old town.
Source: Lübeck: Classic Tour of the Hanseatic City