Heat in Europe: Summer holidays in the Mediterranean are becoming obsolete – WELT

sSun, sand and sea, year after year. For decades, the countries of Southern Mediterranean Europe have attracted millions of holidaymakers every summer. Tourism there is primarily a beach holiday: tourism…

Israel: From Haifa to Caesarea – These 5 Must-See Places on the Coast – World

Haifa: For those interested “Middle East conflict? Not with us!” You hear it over and over again in Haifa, arguably Israel’s most laid-back city and the first to be ruled…

Israel: From Haifa to Caesarea – Five Tips for the Mediterranean Coast – WELT

Haifa: For those interested “Middle East conflict? Not with us!” You hear it over and over again in Haifa, arguably Israel’s most laid-back city and the first to be ruled…

South Africa: Strolling and drinking tea on the Rooibos Road – WELT

aThe Elephant River meanders through green valleys, oranges and grapefruits ripen, and millions of wildflowers bloom. Behind the rising Cedar Mountains, a rugged sandstone mountain range. Good 200 km north…

Drenthe: the original province of the Netherlands rich in history – World

DrThe sun is setting on the ground. The air above the ground flashes. There is no cloud in the sky. Annelies van Niekerken is out and since about six in…

Glamping in Italy: Lake Garda camping becomes a luxury experience – WELT

Europe Italy View of the stars from your bed – imagine Lake Garda From transparent domes with four-poster beds to energy self-sufficient mobile homes: Italy’s Lake Garda shows how luxury…

Vienna and its sausage stalls: pus is a specialty here – the world

City trips sausage stand In Vienna, pus is a specialty Sausage stalls are as much a part of Vienna as St. Stephen’s Cathedral, serving as meeting points for philosophical discourse…

Traveling by Train in Japan: The Strange Behavior of Railway Employees – WELT

opinion handball The strange behavior of railway employees in Japan Japan is famous for its excellent rail transportation. But sometimes, travelers get a strange feeling when traveling by train in…

Lost Baggage On Flight: What Baggage Trackers Bring When Traveling – WELT

nBaggage is not always able to arrive at the same time as the passenger. Sometimes it stays at the departure airport and, at best, arrives later, and sometimes it lands…

Segway E-Bike Tour in the Alps: Through Attractive Valleys – WITHOUT STRESS – WELT

DrAn e-bike allows the less fit and ambitious to experience the Alps by bike. It doesn’t have to be steep roads over high passes. Attractive bike paths also lead through…

Surfing, Sailing and Swimming in Austria: Six Tips for a Lake Vacation – WELT

wHat Is there anything better than spending a hot summer day on the lake and spending time sailing, surfing or swimming? Or refresh after hiking on a mountain lake and…

Hesse: Why Royals Appreciate Wine from the Rheingau – WELT

Rheingau District DrThe Rhine only changes direction once in this country, so instead of south to north, the Rhine flows for 30 kilometers from east to west in the Ringau,…

Post-holiday syndrome: tips against the post-holiday blues – WELT

sEven the best time out has a serious flaw: it expires at some point. The majority find it difficult to return to daily life. Two-thirds of all employees in Germany…

Italy: South Tyrol promotes travel by train, bus or cable car instead of the car – WELT

BWhen the weather is nice, the quiet Percha station on the Pustertalbahn comes alive like a city train station during rush hour. Hikers and day hikers flock from the electric…

Hiking: This is how beginners can cross the Alps – the world

MWith 37 elephants, 50,000 soldiers, and 9,000 horsemen, Hannibal made his way from the Rhone River to the Po Valley in 218 BC. Thus the Carthaginian general succeeded in the…