Whether by bike or on foot, The Bavarian Chiemgau can be experienced actively and also offers a lot of culinary discoveries.
61 restaurants in Germany that pursue an exemplary sustainable philosophy have been awarded the Green Star by the Michelin Guide.
Saarland may be our smallest federal state, but in percentage terms it has the most Michelin stars and not without reason!
Old recipes are back in fashion. In Rhineland-Palatinate, these four regional specialties make not only locals' mouths water.
These organic farms in the Rottal valley in Lower Bavaria offer deliciously fresh organic dishes in their farm stores and restaurants.
German cuisine: There are dishes that taste unusual and sound strange. funkyGERMANY whets your appetite for unfamiliar dishes.
Krapfen, Pfannkuchen or perhaps Ballen? Find out here about Germany’s love affair with the Berliner donut, and where to buy the best ones!
Simply cut the sausage into slices? Absolutely not! We'll explain you how to eat a Weißwurst the right way.
A Visit to the sweetest Culinary Hotspot in Berlin: Coda Dessert Dining & Bar. For sure you will experience an extraordinary dinner here.
There is one thing that everyone in Hamburg can agree to: The common fondness for Franzbrötchen. One of the city’s sweetest, most delectable inventions.
The region of Hesse celebrates the beginning of its tranquil autumn season with a variety of culinary highlights. Want to try some potatoes?
While walking through Hamburg it may be difficult to decide for one café. To narrow down the choice, here are our favorite coffee bars in Hamburg.