Sailing down the Rhine on a river cruise, Pheymont captured some of the changing light and shapes of the evening.
Pheymont cruises down the Rhine and considers why it has so many castles.
Strict enforcement of Germany's food codes has forced döner kebab to take an alias in some cities.
Rules loosening Sunday sales rules offer small bakers relief as a court ruling widens the definition of prepared food...
Germany is raising taxes on flights and lowering them on rail travel, in part to discourage flying on short routes.
A quick glance through a tour bus window looked like a near crash of a 747; it took a bit of searching afterwards for the rest of the story.
A giant equestrian statue of Kaiser Wilhelm II is one of the last survivors of its kind.
Cruising along the lower Rhine, PHeymont finds it a fascinating difference from some of the popular impressions of the river.
Instant celebrity for two tiny pandas born at the Berlin Zoo.
PHeymont returns, on a cruise shore excursion, to a city he knew better many years ago, and which still has a hold on him.
It's not just Greens calling for an eventual end to domestic flights in Germany; Bavaria's conservatives are echoing the call.
PHeymont spotted these daring sheep wandering out onto the edge of the Rhine.
In Koblenz, Germany, the ancient facade of the former Jesuit church conceals a stunning new sanctuary.
Quiet Breisach on the Rhine has an eventful history and a 20th-century claim to fame as first to vote for a united Europe.
A whimsical fountain recreates an old Cologne tale that seems to have a moral—but it's a little hard to say.