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Discover Germany: The TV Travel Guide Video Podcast

Discover Germany: The TV Travel Guide Video Podcast

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Discover Germany, the TV Travel Guide, takes you to Germany’s most beautiful destinations every week. From Sylt to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, from Aachen to Zittau – each edition presents a particular region, city and landscape.


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  • Clubbing in Berlin
    Sat, Apr 30, 2016


    Berlin's reputation as a party capital draws a lot of young people to the city. Popular districts to meet, greet, eat, drink and dance include Mitte, Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain and Neuk?lln.

  • Grand Gardens in Hanover
    Sat, Apr 30, 2016


    Green is the dominant color in the capital of the state of Lower Saxony. Lake Maschsee and the banks of the Leine river are popular spots for leisure and recreation. That's also true of the Herrenhausen Gardens, dating back to the 17th century.

  • Travel tips for Freiburg
    Sat, Apr 30, 2016


    Wine connoisseur Alixe Winter recommends a stroll on the banks of the Dreisam River, gourmet restaurant Colombi and the panoramic view from Jesuitenschloss.

  • Summer fun in Munich
    Sat, Apr 30, 2016


    They are popular with locals and tourists alike: Munich's beer gardens are the place to be during the warm summer months. And that's the way it's been for over 200 years - as much a Bavarian tradition as veal sausage and beer.

  • Nuremburg with a viewer from Turkey
    Sat, Apr 30, 2016


    Yusuf Turan visits the old Imperial castle, the medieval old town and its market square.

  • Check-in, the New DW travel guide
    Sat, Apr 30, 2016


    Whether the Zugspitze, the Baltic Sea or Berlin – each episode highlights a unique part of Germany. Join guides Nicole Fr?lich and Lukas Stege on their exciting tours of discover.

  • Three cool tips for Munich
    Sat, Apr 23, 2016


    Fermentology student Donatus Perez shows us his favorite party venues in Munich: the English Garden, Tap House and Kultfabrik.

  • A Canadian visits D?sseldorf
    Sat, Apr 23, 2016


    Katja Birker takes in a jazz concert at the Media Harbor, discovers modern architecture and finds out what a B?dchen is.

  • Bus, Hostel & Co. - Travelling on a budget
    Sat, Apr 23, 2016


    From Leipzig to Berlin and on to the Baltic on a tight budget. Two students take the challenge, using various alternative offers for hotel stays and rail tickets. Can they do it on 200 euros?

  • The best of the Europa-Park
    Sat, Apr 23, 2016


    Rollercoasters, carousels, and swing-boats: the Europa Park near Freiburg is Germany’s biggest amusement park. DW reporter Elisabeth Yorck checks out the park's highlights.

  • Heidelberg – Three travel tips
    Sat, Apr 16, 2016


    Organist Markus Uhl shows us his favorite places: the old university’s great hall, the main street in the old town and the Philosophers' Way.

  • Paderborn with a Tourist from Venezuela
    Sat, Apr 9, 2016


    Raquel Ram?rez of Venezuela visits Paderborn and shows us the cathedral and the source of the Pader River.

  • Cottbus - Three Tips
    Sat, Apr 9, 2016


    Light artist J?rn Hanitzsch makes his recommendations for visitors to his hometown of Cottbus. Among his favorites are Branitz Palace, the Suppenbar restaurant and the Staatstheater.

  • D?sseldorf with a Tourist from Canada
    Mon, Apr 4, 2016


    Katja Birker from Canada takes in a jazz concert in MedienHafen, admires contemporary architecture and sculpture, and learns what a ”B?dchen” is from a pair of locals.

  • Regensburg - Three Travel Tips
    Mon, Apr 4, 2016


    Dominik Preisner is one of the best wakeskaters in Germany. He recommends visits to Jahninsel, a classic Bavarian volksfest, and mountain biking along the Danube River.

  • On the Danube - from Weltenburg to Regensburg
    Mon, Apr 4, 2016


    The Danube River flows along 600 kilometers of southern Germany. One of its most beautiful stretches is in Bavaria, passing Weltenburg Abbey and spectacular rock formations as it winds its way to Regensburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • Travel tips for Munich
    Sat, Mar 26, 2016


    Fabian Frank shows us three of his favorite places in Munich: the banks of the Isar River, a shop called Sama Sama, which specializes in chocolate, and a restaurant, Zwickl.

  • Munich: Royal residence of Bavarian kings
    Sat, Mar 26, 2016


    The Wittelsbach dynasty ruled Bavaria for more than 700 years. Until 1918, Munich was home to the royal family. The influence their passion for architecture and for art had on the city is still visible to this day.

  • A South Korean student explores L?beck
    Sat, Mar 26, 2016


    Jungwoo Kim from South Korea explores the old lanes and courtyards of L?beck's old town, visits the Buddenbrookhaus literary museum and tastes L?beck marzipan.

  • Ulm: Where the Middle Ages meet modernity
    Sat, Mar 19, 2016


    The Ulm Minster boasts the highest church spire in the world. It's a major source of pride to locals, who have turned the area around the famous church into a beautiful architectural ensemble combining old and new.

  • Travel tips for Ulm
    Sat, Mar 19, 2016


    Goldsmith Ira Dentler's recommendations for Ulm: the old quarter known as "Auf dem Kreuz", the Museum of Bread Culture, and the Botanical Garden.

  • The Romantic Road with tourists from Brazil
    Sat, Mar 19, 2016


    We meet Hector Medrano and Margareth Schumacher de Medrano from Brazil as they travel by camper van along the Romantic Road from Bad Mergentheim to W?rzburg.

  • Berlin – Revival of City-West
    Sat, Mar 12, 2016


    Berlin offers a number of hip districts, including Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg and Neuk?lln. But they're losing popularity due to gentrification. Berliners are asking: what neighborhood will be en vogue next?

  • Frankfurt with two viewers from Argentina
    Sat, Mar 12, 2016


    Ver?nica Gan?n and Guillermo Pardo are visiting Frankfurt to see Goethe’s birthplace, the R?mer city hall, the banking district and Sachsenhausen’s old town.

  • Three Travel Tips for old West Berlin
    Sat, Mar 12, 2016


    Actress Anna Juliana Jaenner takes us to Charlottenburg Palace, the House of World Cultures, and the Marga Schoeller bookstore.

  • Travel Tips for the High Black Forest
    Sat, Mar 5, 2016


    Cross-country ski guide Wolf Hockenjos recommends the Thurnerspur trail, the historic ski lift at Schollach and the traditional clocks at the St. M?rgen Monastery Museum.

  • Dining in Baiersbronn
    Sat, Mar 5, 2016


    Baiersbronn has become a major destination for foodies. This town boasts three restaurants with a total of eight Michelin stars.

  • Berlin - A gourmet metropolis
    Sat, Feb 27, 2016


    For years, Berlin was ridiculed as the home of curry-wurst and bouletten. But no longer. Today, Germany's capital is renowned for its world-class cuisine and top chefs.

  • A selection of Berlin's best museums
    Sat, Feb 27, 2016


    Berlin has about 200 musuems, filled with unique treasures - including mummies, dinosaurs, and remains of the Berlin Wall. There are also exhibits devoted to Bauhaus design, lipstick, and currywurst.

  • Upcycling in Berlin
    Sat, Feb 27, 2016


    Berlin is an El Dorado for shoppers who are looking for something unusual - for example, tours of upcycling shops. Here you'll find clothing and furniture made from used materials, and re-designed in exciting new ways.

  • Paderborn with a tourist from Venezuela
    Sat, Feb 20, 2016


    Raquel Ram?rez from Venezuela explores the city of Paderborn, where she pays a visit to the source of the Pader River and the city's cathedral.

  • Travel tips for G?rlitz
    Sat, Feb 20, 2016


    Christiane Hoffmann, artistic director at the G?rlitz theater, recommends the Baroque House, the bridge in the historic center, and the Destille restaurant.

  • G?rlitz – Historic city on the Neisse River
    Sat, Feb 20, 2016


    G?rlitz has long had a reputation as one of Germany’s loveliest cities. The historic center features about 4,000 architectural jewels from across the centuries.

  • DIY skis in Garmisch-Partenkirchen
    Sat, Feb 13, 2016


    Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a popular ski resort with stunning views and excellent pistes. Down in the valley, visitors can even build their own skis.

  • Garmisch-Partenkirchen - Three Travel Tips
    Sat, Feb 13, 2016


    Ski-maker Axel Forelle takes us to the Eibsee Lake at the base of the Zugspitze; the historic Ludwigstrasse in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and a traditional restaurant called the Zirbelstube.

  • Koblenz with a tourist from the US
    Sat, Feb 13, 2016


    Reginald Wright spent five years of his childhood in Koblenz. 25 years later he revisits the Deutsches Eck, the Ehrenbreitstein fortress and the old town.

  • Carnival in Cologne, Mainz and Rottweil
    Sat, Feb 6, 2016


    The days between Shrove Thursday and Ash Wednesday mark the highlight of Germany’s carnival season. Discover Germany takes you on a short tour of the carnival capitals Cologne, Mainz and Rottweil.

  • Rottweil – Three travel tips
    Sat, Feb 6, 2016


    Photographer Ralf Graner recommends the view from the Hochturm (High Tower), a stroll through the historic center, and the Kraftwerk, an industrial monument.

  • Berlin with a tourist from the United States
    Sat, Feb 6, 2016


    Baltimore-based Leonid Serebreni visits Berlin for a drop of science at the Technical Museum, the Animal Anatomy Theatre and the Natural History Museum.

  • Three travel tips for Bad Hindelang
    Sat, Jan 30, 2016


    Local historian Ulrich Berktold recommends the old-fashioned smithy, Kilian Lipp's gallery and a stroll along the Ostrach stream.

  • Germany's largest winter sports region
    Sat, Jan 30, 2016


    Breathtaking downhill slopes, relaxed family-friendly pistes, stunning cross-country trails, seemingly endless toboggan runs - the Allg?u has something to suit everyone. The ski area around the resort of Oberstdorf is the highest in the region. From Mount Nebelhorn you can ski 7.5 meters down to the valley. At weekends, Oberstdorf is a perfect place for a stroll and there are plenty of apr?s-ski activities on offer. In nearby Bad Hindelang things are comparatively quiet. In the ski area on Mount Iseler, families and cross-country skiers will find everything they need. And if you like a thrill, ride a sled down the natural toboggan run.

  • Heidelberg with a visitor from Chile
    Sat, Jan 30, 2016


    Anushka Baloina is in Heidelberg on a school exchange program. She visits the castle and discovers how sweet student life can be.

  • Munich with Two Tourists from Australia
    Sat, Jan 23, 2016


    Martin Ip and his mother Meiling Ming from Brisbane head to Munich where they discover the Deutsches Museum, the taste of Brezeln and the lure of Dirndls.

  • R?gen - Three Travel Tips
    Sat, Jan 23, 2016


    Star chef Ralf Haug creates visual, as well as culinary matserpieces. He shares his top three tips for R?gen: the Prora heritage centre, the Wreechen artistic site and the M?nchgut peninsula.

  • Baltic Coast - Rostock, Stralsund, R?gen
    Sat, Jan 23, 2016


    The Hanseatic city of Rostock on the Baltic coast and the UNESCO city of Stralsund offer fascinating insights into the history of maritime trade, as well as some stunning architecture. The spectacular chalk cliffs on the island of R?gen are a favorite among visitors too.Rostock is often described as the "gateway to the north." The city experienced its heyday in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries as a focal point of maritime trade. The gabled buildings and imposing brick churches are a reminder of the city's historic wealth. Stralsund, also a Hanseatic city, is a UNESCO world heritage site. In its old town, five hundred buildings spanning eight centuries are listed as heritage sites. The old city hall is considered a gem of northern German Brick Gothic - a style often characterised by shimmering red bricks. The seaside village of Binz on Germany's largest island of R?gen, boasts a beautiful vista of white villas. Its most famous feature are the chalk cliffs, which were immortalsed by artist Caspar David Friedrich.

  • Atop Germany’s highest peak
    Sat, Jan 16, 2016


    At 2962 meters, the Zugspitze is Germany's highest peak. If you travel up it via cable car, you'll enjoy a spectacular panorama. And the skiing is good here as well, on pistes that are guaranteed to have snow.

  • T?bingen with two students from Poland
    Sat, Jan 16, 2016


    Discover Germany accompanies students Magdalena Szot and Hanna Szczepkowska through this venerable university town, following in the footsteps of poets and philosophers.

  • Travel tips for Garmisch-Partenkirchen
    Sat, Jan 16, 2016


    Ski-maker Axel Forelle takes you to the Eibsee lake, the historic Ludwigstrasse and a traditional restaurant called the Zirbelstube.

  • Nuremberg with two tourists from Venezuela
    Sat, Jan 9, 2016


    Azarelys Rondon and Jorge Avila from Caracas get to know Nuremburg's turbulent history, from the Middle Ages to the Nazi era.

  • Black Forest – Cross-country skiing heaven
    Sat, Jan 9, 2016


    Through snowy woods and over broad plateaus, cross-country skiers glide over excellently prepared trails. The Black Forest lies in southwestern Germany. Its gentle hills are ideal for cross-country tours.

  • With the Christmas angel in Nuremberg
    Sat, Dec 12, 2015


    The Nuremberg Christmas market is one of the biggest and most popular in Germany. But what makes it so special?

  • Potsdam with two students from Colombia
    Sat, Dec 12, 2015


    Daniel Quintero and Leidy Hern?ndez visit the Dutch Quarter and the New Garden in Potsdam. Afterwards they drink mulled wine at the Christmas market.

  • Visiting Nuremberg with a local baker
    Sat, Dec 12, 2015


    Walter Heiselbetz shows us the castle, the Museum for Industrial Culture and a charming island.

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