Public transport is an ideal way to travel in Germany and throughout Europe.
Culture & Leisure
Upon arrival to Europe one of the first things many like to do is get out and do some shopping.
German regions each boast their own unique cuisine and pride themselves on certain foods or dishes.
The common coot is a familiar sight as it runs across freshwater ponds and lakes.
A cross between a museum, garage, car dealership and conference center, everything in Motorworld is either an exhibit, a repair or for sale.
PES will host events on Feb. 12, 13 and another March 2 that tie into “Read Across America Day.”
Fasching will be celebrated from Feb.20 to Feb. 25 with fests, parades, music and many “foolish” events.
Like chocolate? Think it’s a food group? f you’re looking to indulge, take a short drive to Waldenbuch.
“Of all the places I’ve lived in the past ten years, Germany resembles home the most.”
The USO stands ready to make your holidays happier.
On your marks … get set … GO! to the local Christmas markets.
Volkstrauertag, the National Day of Mourning, will be observed Nov. 16 and 17.
AAFES is giving shoppers the chance to win more than $25,000 in prizes this holiday season in three military-exclusive sweepstakes.
Keeping safety in mind will make this Halloween a howling-good time.
Happiness is great musical theatre!