Allemagne : 9 reports
Report Buildings made from human bones, macabre, haunted and abandoned places… welcome to our selection of the world’s scariest places, each with a spooky atmosphere that could easily serve as the backdrop for the most terrifying horror films.
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Report Michelin is delighted to unveil the new selection in the MICHELIN guide Germany 2018, which includes 300 restaurants with one or more stars: Germany has never before had as many starred restaurants!
Report The Bavarian capital is not only famous for its Beer Festival but also for its countless “Biergärten”, shaded beer gardens where the Müncheners come to down a glass of cool beer and sample regional specialties.
Report Ludwig II of Bavaria was a solitary dreamer, little interested in affairs of state who devoted his brief reign to edifying extravagant projects in the shape of ever grander and more luxurious castles. Neuschwanstein, Linderhof and Herrenchiemsee, three palaces he built during his lifetime, bear w...
Report It’s not just in Berlin that young chefs are taking the culinary scene by storm. Ort, too, boasts its share of low-key top-flight restaurants, highlighting a vigorous trend towards “cool, ambitious and innovative” cuisine that augurs well for the future.
Report From Strasbourg to Zurich via Brussels, a selection of the most beautiful Christmas markets in Europe.
Report The new selection for the MICHELIN guide Deutschland 2017 features 3 new two-star restaurants and 28 new one-star locations.
Report Located in a green area dotted with lakes, Berlin has numerous opportunities for swimming, all within easy reach by metro. There’s nothing better than a refreshing waterside escapade to enjoy the "dolce vita" Berlin style.
Report The roasted German sausage called bratwurst is the big star at Nuremberg’s Christmas Market. Bratwurst can also be savoured year ‘round in the city’s many traditional restaurants.