The Eagle's Nest is located 1834 meters above sea level. This was the NSDAP's 50th birthday gift for Adolf Hitler. See a fascinating construction and stunning countryside which today attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists.
If you're in Munich and at least know what a BMW is, the BMW Welt is a given stop. Here are all togheter at on place; Exhibition Hall, museum and the gigantic factory area with over 11,000 employees. Have a look!
Exhibition of the year, museum of the year. These are some of the awards that Air Force Museum in the Swedish town of Linköping received. This museum offers the visitor an authentic environment with lot of scenes from Sweden during the Cold…
The world's most famous beer hall is in Munich and it's crowded every day of the week. No trip to Munich is complete without drinking beer at Hofbräuhaus München.
The old fishing village Kåseberga is now southern Sweden's jewel in the summer. In addition to the idyllic village, it also has an impressive thousends of years old stone ship - Ale's Stones.
You pay 80 Danish kroner at the entrance. In your hand, you get the entrance ticket and two drink coupons. Now you can start the visit. Welcome to the Carlsberg Brewery in Copenhagen.
A gigantic Hercules has since 1717 gazed over the German city of Kassel . From a height of 526 meters above sea, he keeps constantly an eye over the city of Kassel with 193,000 inhabitants.
Stegeborg is located just outside Norrköping, at Bråviken inlet. It includes a port tavern, camping, cable ferry and the castle ruin "Stegeborg".
Checkpoint Charlie is the most famous border crossing in Berlin, from the time when Germany was divided into East and West. The border crossing was between the American and Soviet sectors.
Welcome to Berlin! The city gate Brandenburg Gate is one of Germany's most famous buildings, and absolutely crawling with tourists who comparing its significance with the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.