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"All That's Fun." The name is programme. In this section of travel-magazine.tv everything's about the precious things which can make life nices or more interesting. travel-magazine.tv presents exclusive and appealing issues which do not have to be expensive, or we disclose the most intriguing destination-trends. For all who love wining & dining we tell about places we liked - from the basics to whatever we could afford.
River Moselle travels through France, Luxembourg and Germany along picturesque, mideval places and dizzying slopes completely covered by vines.
Castles - Palaces - Mansions
Territorial rulers of times long gone by made their importance clear with buildings like castles, fortresses or palaces. That's why these buildings are situated in the low mountain ranges and along river valleys in Germany. In cities magnificent palaces and mansions attract attention.
The German Wineroad
Rolling hills covered with vines, lush orchards, the Palatinate Forest with quiet valleys and gargling creeks and a mediterranean microclimate - those are the key facts about the German Wineroad. Germany's first touristical road covering wine as an issue starts near Worms in the north and ends about 85 kms away in the south at (or just behind) the French border in Schweigen, resp. Wissembourg.
Long-distance hiking from Lake Chiemsee visiting Lake Königssee to Lake Hallstatt in Austria: In spring of 2015 the Salt Alpes Trail was opened as a new trail. More than 233 kms long it runs from Prien at Lake Chiemsee right across the Chiemgau region and Berchtesgaden Country to Obertraun at Lake Hallstatt at the foot of Dachstein mountains in Austria. We prefer travelling that route on an e-bike to visit the most beautiful and most interesting places in the region.