Join Professor Abe on a tour of a German city known for its historic buildings and as the home of Queen Victoria's Prince Albert.
German rail passengers get a break on refunds, but it may mean the end for a cottage industry of middlemen.
A three-country agreement lays the basis for sharply-reduced travel times among their busy capitals.
Lufthansa splits a new order for widebodies between Boeing and Airbus as it clears out older less-efficient big planes.
In ten years, Germany has lost a third of its glacier surface, and scientists warn the rest could be gone in another ten.
A pair of piggy pictures that caught PHeymont's attention
Lufthansa realigns its long-haul fleet to emphasize newer and fewer aircraft types.
A former guest house of the famed porcelain factory has become arguably the world's most expensive overnight stay.
Looking for a little something to remind you of that trip to Berlin? How about part of the now-closed Tegel airport...
Low traffic volume leads to Berlin's new airport concentrating all flights in one terminal and mothballing another.
A Swiss cheesemaker's attempt to get approval for using German milk has run into a chorus of moos, er... boos.
In Berlin, a sharp rise in bike use during the pandemic sets off controversy and calls for registration
A pair of giants stands ready to welcome readers into Hamburg's central library building.
Germany takes another step toward upgrading and coordinating its rail service as an alternative to flying.
Visitor hijinks with the town's signs lead to a new, and perhaps not much better, name.