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Ranger Antonia explains the protected zones to snowshoe hikers: "Mostly the reactions are positive".

Black Grouse Security

The mountains around Lake Schliersee are popular with winter sports enthusiasts. Rangers ensure the protection of rare species. We went on a ski tour

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Ski Tourer on the Ochsenkopf

The Ochsenkopf formula

Around the Ochsenkopf in the Fichtelgebirge there are several hundred kilometres of trails for cross-country skiing, touring and snowshoeing

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Posing mit dem Adler

Full steam for children

Nuremberg has plenty to offer for teenagers, too. And it’s not just a handful of adults saying that, but our 17-year-old reporter, Jonas

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Patrizierhäuser und der Turm von St. Nikolaus prägen den Max-Josefs-Platz

A touch of the south

Romans, salt trade, Inn shipping, railroad - many influences have shaped Rosenheim. Today, the city scores with southern flair and ...

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Wunderschön: Eiskristalle an den Bäumen

Flock ‘n‘ Roll

Our reporter took the premium winter hiking trail near Reit im Winkl from the “Hindeburghütte” to the "Hemmersuppenalm" under his boots.

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Alte Mainbrücke: Bekannt für ihre 12 Brückenheiligen

Würzburg and Bamberg on the Seine

The bridge over the Main and the Residenz in Würzburg, the town hall and the cathedral square in Bamberg may not look like France. But you can pretend

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UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe: Das Markgräfliche Opernhaus in Bayreuth

Curtain up!

Beyond Richard Wagner, Bayreuth offers pompous baroque architecture, plenty of Franconian flair, good beer, African art and world-class piano makers

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Das kalte Armbad fördert die Durchblutung des Herzmuskels und der Lunge

Healing with Brrrrrr effect!

Kneipp therapy helps to achieve inner balance and calm. With mindfulness, exercise, a healthy diet and lots of cold water. We were in Bad Wörishofen

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Ranger Antonia explains the protected zones to snowshoe hikers: "Mostly the reactions are positive".

Black Grouse Security

The mountains around Lake Schliersee are popular with winter sports enthusiasts. Rangers ensure the protection of rare species. We went on a ski tour

Read more
Ski Tourer on the Ochsenkopf

The Ochsenkopf formula

Around the Ochsenkopf in the Fichtelgebirge there are several hundred kilometres of trails for cross-country skiing, touring and snowshoeing

Read more
Posing mit dem Adler

Full steam for children

Nuremberg has plenty to offer for teenagers, too. And it’s not just a handful of adults saying that, but our 17-year-old reporter, Jonas

Read more
Patrizierhäuser und der Turm von St. Nikolaus prägen den Max-Josefs-Platz

A touch of the south

Romans, salt trade, Inn shipping, railroad - many influences have shaped Rosenheim. Today, the city scores with southern flair and ...

Read more
Wunderschön: Eiskristalle an den Bäumen

Flock ‘n‘ Roll

Our reporter took the premium winter hiking trail near Reit im Winkl from the “Hindeburghütte” to the "Hemmersuppenalm" under his boots.

Read more
Alte Mainbrücke: Bekannt für ihre 12 Brückenheiligen

Würzburg and Bamberg on the Seine

The bridge over the Main and the Residenz in Würzburg, the town hall and the cathedral square in Bamberg may not look like France. But you can pretend

Read more
UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe: Das Markgräfliche Opernhaus in Bayreuth

Curtain up!

Beyond Richard Wagner, Bayreuth offers pompous baroque architecture, plenty of Franconian flair, good beer, African art and world-class piano makers

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Bavaria's oldest trees

The "court lime tree" on the castle hill in Castell is said to be up to 1,000 years old. The "Wolframslinde" in Ried is about 800 to 1,000 years old

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