For Anna, a beach loving geology student from the University of Technology, Munich, exploring foreign lands make for some of the most important experiences in life. Coming from a small village in Bavaria, she shows how everyone should get out there and see the world. While she sympathizes with those learning German, she recommends that everyone gives it a go.
Judith works as a bar keeper at the Brezel Bar in Berlin-Kreuzberg. Aside from a variety of cold and hot beverages, pretzels in all variations are of course the main attraction of this establishment. Yummy!
Wannsee is a subdistrict of the Berlin district of Steglitz-Zehlendorf, which is in the far southwestern part of the city. There are many possible places to go swimming there, and a favorite is the Strandbad Wannsee, the ideal place to recover from the stress of the city!
Spending the night "Back in the DDR": it's colorful, unique, and above all, retro! Those who missed the GDR or perhaps want to relive the experience, can now stay the night in the Hotel Ostel! (video copyright dpa)
Greenpeace activists call attention to a new construction project of a Finnish nuclear power plant in Olkiluoto and demand that this be stopped and that the governments invest in alternative energies instead.
In the old days a two-man tent, a sleeping bag and the fresh outdoors were all you needed. But today's sophisticated camper prefers a few more amenities. This is the well-heeled consumer for whom «glamping» was conceived. "copyright dpa"
Konstantin comes from Meiningen, a small town in Thuringia. But now, after finishing high school, he's come to Tel Aviv to work as a volunteer. In his leisure time, he travels a lot and, naturally, enjoys doing the same things that other people his age enjoy doing. See for yourself!