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Posts tagged: Bavaria

Posts tagged: Bavaria

Temporary border controls catch thousands

How a brief suspension of Schengen freedoms for the G7 Summit turns out to be surprisingly effective.

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Andrew Eames

The G7 are in for a treat

Mrs Merkel has chosen a wonderful location in the Bavarian Alps for the Summit in early June.

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German tourism up again

German tourism up again

Figures show serious growth in the last decade, outgunning European neighbours.

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Neuschwanstein strips off for summer

Germany’s favourite fairytale castle has emerged from its chrysalis, says author Edd Morris

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Looking at others – yes. Being looked at – no!

Online communication expert Benjamin Buhl is all for going digital, Germany sometimes less so.

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Potato dumplings, a very Franconian love affair

Travel guide publisher Michael Müller knows that love for one’s ‘Heimat’ goes through the stomach

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Andrew Eames

Where America pretends to be German

How the town of Leavenworth has successfully turned itself into a slice of Bavaria

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From the Hamburg Brit to the Berlin gob

Let’s face it, every nation has its stereotypes.

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Skiing in Germany: Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Germany Holidays: Ski the German Alps

Skiing in Germany is wonderfully underrated by the international crowds. Go and explore the slopes and quaint mountain resorts.

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