delays

As the summer starts to slowly fade and the breezes feel cripser, Volksfeste begin to pop up in villages around Germany. Tis the season … Oktoberfest season!
To many locals, European rail travel is one of the most romantic ways to explore. It's not only an easy way to travel but a train winding through the German countryside gives breathtaking views. You're taking a road trip without having to take turns driving, make pit stops and argue over music.
Spring has sprung and so has annual German road construction. Road crews are popping up faster than poppies in a field.
If you’re planning on visiting Paris this weekend, you might experience a few travel delays. Gare de Lyon, one of the city's main arteries for train travel, will close midnight March 17 and reopen midnight March 19.
If you expect to be traveling between Kaiserslautern and Pirmasens over the weekend, be prepared for detours and delays. A section of the B270 near Donsieders will be completely closed from March 10 at 6 p.m. to March 13 at 5 a.m.