The pedestrian area of Trier, the oldest city in Germany, holds many interesting stories. Some of them must even be true.
This post is part of a series on European Christmas markets. [dropcap style=”font-size: 60px; color: #9b9b9b;”] I [/dropcap]t’s just steps past the modern Bleidenstrasse in Frankfurt, a pedestrian shopping street ablaze with lights, and if you venture there anytime in the month preceding Christmas, you might think you’ve fallen down the rabbit hole. When […]
Slow down with these tips for daytime cruises and nighttime feasts on the picturesque Upper Middle Rhine.
An all-you-need-to-know, tell-all naked survival guide to the famous Friedrichsbad thermal spa.
Fields of flowers are coloring the landscape again this year, siphoning off my spare change. It’s just one of many surprises Germany offers in summertime.
With all the possibilities for alcohol-induced revelry this season, it’s tough to choose. Here are a few helpful hints for some of Germany’s favorite fests!
25 miles of Germany’s B270 highway is closed for the day, and each village along the stretch is open for (party) business.
Twice a year you’re allowed to throw out large items. Get ready, because that’s when to expect the parade of gypsies and thrift-store scavengers!
In a city known for productivity, a cheeky boat captain thinks they’re falling behind in one key area…