Topics :: Germany

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Germany: Flooding Prompts New Shipping Restrictions on Rhine

Jan 7
Flooding on the Rhine river in Germany has prompted authorities to halt shipping around Cologne, but officials hope that water levels will peak early in the week.

German Government Says It Backs 'Open and Free Internet'

Dec 16
The German government says it backs an "open and free internet" following the U.S. decision to repeal net neutrality rules.

Don't Look Down: 1,500-Foot Footbridge Opens in Germany

May 9
A footbridge offering a dizzying walk over a scenic valley in northern Germany has opened.

Germany Approves Bill Curbing Online Hate Crime, Fake News

By Kristen Grieshaber | Apr 7
Germany's Cabinet on Wednesday approved a new bill that punishes social networking sites if they fail to swiftly remove illegal content such as hate speech or defamatory fake news.

Guten Tag! Celebrating Pride in Germany

By Winnie McCroy | Jun 1
If you love summer travel but hate to miss Pride, Europe's new QueerCityPass will allow you to easily navigate Germany's cornucopia of Pride events, from Munich to Berlin and and beyond with affordable ease.

Beyond the Lederhosen: Munich's Good Times for Gay Travelers

By Jill Gleeson | Sep 15
Munich, Germany, often gets overlooked by LGBT travelers in favor of Berlin's infamous decadence. That's a shame because Munich has a throwback charm unique from its artsy brother to the north. Here's our quick guide to this charming Bavarian city.

Berlin Mayor to Resign By End of Year

By David Rising | Aug 26
Charismatic Berlin mayor Klaus Wowereit, whose reputation has taken a beating over struggles in the construction of the German capital's new international airport, said Tuesday he will step down by the end of the year.

Germany Wins Title of 'Penis Enlargement Capital of the World'

By Bobby McGuire | Jul 31
Recent data released by the Int'l Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery show that one out of every five penis enlargement surgeries in 2013 took place in Germany. You'll never guess where the U.S. ranks.

Fabulous in Frankfurt

By Jill Gleeson | Jul 24
With an LGBT population of 50,000, Frankfurt offers gay travelers much to love, including a notoriously lively, liberal outlook. Discover shopping, gay nightlife and culture, along with a moving tribute to the gay community during World War II.

Countdown to Carnival in Düsseldorf

By Matthew Wexler | Feb 24
Break out your heels - Düsseldorf is getting ready to host its annual Carnival weekend, featuring its infamous drag race on the streets of this German town that rings in the revelry with a weekend packed with gay adventures.

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