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A scenic driving holiday in Germany

25/08/2015 – 13:49
Sign celebrating the UNESCO World Heritage Site statue of the Limes by the gate of the reconstructed Roman fort at Saalburg near Bad Homburg, Germany. It was part of the Limes (Limes Germanicus or the Germanic frontier), a series of obstacles and fortifications that marked the limit of the Roman Empire in German lands.

By Stuart Forster
Would you consider a driving holiday with your partner? If so, how about taking to the roads of Germany, which has more than 150 themed scenic routes?
You can follow routes swinging past the …

Hamburg – Nightlife and clubbing

28/03/2013 – 16:43

By Stuart Forster
Hamburg has long been regarded as a city that offers much for lovers of nightlife and music. In recent years the city’s St Pauli district, once one of Europe’s most infamous red light …

Riding the Munich to Venice Trans-Alp Europe cycle express

23/05/2011 – 18:07

By Steve Wright
So three years ago, a motley pair were en-route from completing a Paris to Munich ride, to the start of an Alpine trek from the Col de la Bonnette to Nice through the …

A Luxury Cathedral and Kölsch Weekend in Cologne, Germany

12/07/2010 – 12:51

By Rupert Parker
Cologne is just an hour’s flying time from London’s Stansted and the town centre’s a short 15 minute train ride from the airport. The big attraction is the Cathedral but there are also …