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Traveling through Deutschland on a wing and a prayer is fine and fun, but if your plans call for running a marathon, just showing up in a far-flung city and hoping to register on race day itself wo
Love a visit to the spa, but not so enamored of the German protocol that dictates a sauna can only be visited when butt-naked and in mixed-sex company?
If you haven’t spent a lazy day wandering around Frankfurt lately, perhaps it’s time to revisit Germany’s skyscraper–dotted banking capital and see just how much 200 million euros’ worth of renovat
The event which enjoys an almost cult status among the KMC is back for another round!
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City Ski Championships
Through Feb. 3, Switzerland
Though the days of singing holiday tunes are over, in Germany, the weather truly is frightful as an abundance of snowfall has hit southern parts of the country such as Bavaria and its towns Berchte
Commemorations marking the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings in 2019 are shaping up to be big.
New Year’s Eve didn’t quite go to plan? How about a do-over? That’s entirely possible when you take a page out of the Russian playbook. 
The wrapping paper is strewn around the house, you’ve had one too many helpings of pumpkin pie, and you’re afraid to go to the mailbox and get January’s credit card statements.
Legend Queen Elizabeth II
Jan. 1-6, Völklingen
“We three kings of Orient are … bearing gifts we traverse afar … field and fountain, moor and mountain … following yonder star,” begins the popular Christmas carol. On Jan.
What to do with used Christmas trees? Turn their disposal into a festival of course!
On Christmas Eve and Christmas day in Germany, it really does tend to be Silent Night, with the sidewalks rolled up pretty much everywhere.