Scotland’s capital city Edinburgh is an iconic destination. It’s steeped in history, the site of ancient bloody battles and offers incredible architecture.
Are you planning on going swimming in the Stuttgart area? Well you better know your bads. This article lists some family-friendly swimming pools and more.
The sting of homesickness is a reality for even the most seasoned of traveler.
Cecelia Curtis shows us how to blend in while we travel to get a true European experience, stay safe and prevent cultural misunderstandings.
Germany has its share of romantic spots. Couples can picnic next beautiful lakes or stay in a hotel nestled in the countryside with striking mountain views.
This friendly, beautiful town in Baden- Württemberg offers hiking trails, castle ruins, waterfalls, a picturesque Old Town, a royal palace and much more.
Time to take the family on a road trip to check out Germany’s best amusement parks.
Let Weimar’s rich cultural and literary history enchant you during a cozy weekend away. Here’s the thing: I love historical figures. There’s just something about learning what inspired humans to become who… Read more
If you are looking for something different to do, I urge you to head north to Hamburg on Friday, spend the weekend enjoying the city and go to the famous fish market early on Sunday morning.
Break out the grill and learn to BBQ the German way!
A few ideas for how to learn German while you are stationed in Germany.
Living overseas means that family and friends want you to play tour guide when they visit. Here are some tips to give them a taste of life in Germany.
Germany is a country that has developed a rich culture over centuries and it is blessed with 35 UNESCO World Heritage Sites for culture. Here’s 3 of them.
Vienna is steeped in history, a top global city with must see museums and galleries, delectable cuisines, tasty drinks and terrific views.
In an international survey tourists voted Berlin the most popular city in Germany. What’s its secret?
We surveyed a group of United States airmen, soldiers, civilians and their families to find out where they were happy they’d visited during their time in Europe. Here are their top 5 favorite countries.
Learn about the Almond Bloom Festival at the German Wine Road in the Rhineland-Palatinate area.
Discover off-grid treasures in the Garmisch region. Explore Oberammergau town, hike the Partnach-Klamm or take a breathtaking ride on the Alpine Coaster.
The charming town of Rüdesheim am Rhein, which you can only reach by ferry, has vineyards, wine tours, picturesque views, historic buildings, great restaurants and shopping and more.
One of my favorite things about living in Germany is how dog-friendly everything is. I take my Italian Greyhound just about everywhere I go. And now that the weather’s warm, I’m… Read more
The perfect time to take the family on a road trip to check out Germany’s take on amusement parks is in the summer. From an afternoon spent with Shrek to… Read more
Located near Kaiserslautern, Freinsheim is a fascinating place to visit. It has festivals, a ruined castle, an impressive Old Town, a toy museum and more.
Berlin is one of the most desirable destinations to visit. Things that allure millions each year include the sheer vibrancy of the city, its rich history, various landmarks, and so much more.
How much do you know about the history of Germany? Familiarize yourself with some of the key highs and lows of Germany’s colorful past.
The German city of Aachen lives and breathes Europe. The city has some beautiful historical sites to enjoy, whilst offering the vibe of a modern city
A variety of different breads, rolls, cookies, pastries or cakes are offered daily in German bakeries. Let us help you navigate the bakeries of Germany!
No stay in Germany is complete without at least a weekend exploring this world-renowned city on the edge of the Alps.
Head to the Homburg Flohmarkt to find great treasures including antiques, collectibles and much more.
Now until April 26th Ludwigsburg’s Straw Sculpture Easter Festival offers family fun including egg decorating, a maze, boat rides, petting zoo, a castle tower and much more.
The beautiful city of Ulm has many places and things to see including its majestic cathedral, Christmas Market, museums and more.
The Ultimate Guide to Germany’s Christmas Markets
A few months ago, there was a knock at my door. It was my neighbor, and apparently, my Mayor. A conversation ensued about Americans living in German neighborhoods. The purpose… Read more
The charming, medieval town of Oppenheim is the perfect place to relax, enjoy a glass of wine and indulge your curiosity.
The town of Rastatt is a great starting point to begin a regional tour of Baden-Württemberg. It has palaces, museums, great restaurants and much more.
Getränkemarkt Maruhn in Darmstadt prides itself in having specialty selections of beverages from around the world. Pick up your next beer, wine and more.
The town of Rottweil has a plethora of sites to see and things to do any time of year. There are Roman baths, museums, towers, festivals and much more.
Taunus Wunderland is a theme park in the backyard of Wiesbaden. It offers family fun with many attractions including rides, petting zoo, food and more.
A Kaiserslautern roller derby team rapidly grew into a league. Come help celebrate the Roller Girls of the Apocalypse fifth birthday on June 13-14.
Germany hosts fun and unique outdoors activities such as the Culinary Panorama Hike. This event offered panoramic views and culinary specialties.
Buying locally grown food in a foreign country can be a daunting task. Germany is an environmentally-conscious country that hosts farmers’ markets daily. This article provides tips and preparation for shopping local, especially in the Stuttgart area.