Walking through the Georgian capital of Tbilisi in 2023, one is struck by the many European, Ukrainian and Georgian flags, all conveying a clear message. The war in Ukraine is condemned as terrorism, for which Putin is responsible. The desire for Georgia to join the EU is also expressed. The political statements on the house…
5 ways to think outside the box
Our pool of travel stories from all over the world is constantly growing. Therefore, we would like to present here five ways to approach this content. For the intuitive, we don’t have a recommendation. Maybe you’ll be guided by crazy photos or snappy headlines? Those interested in topics can choose one of the three main categories Food – Travel – Outdoor. Are you researching your next travel destination? Then please enter via the country page and you will find everything we have ever written about a country, no matter how absurd it may be, such as the Icelandic guide sheep or the eating habits in the Japanese Kabuki theater. For all Boy Scout souls and people who want a lightning-fast overview, the world map is the guide of choice. Red pins mark the countries on which there are reports. And anyone who never wants to miss a new edge-of-the-seat story can subscribe to our travel stories via the feed reader. However you approach our travel stories, we’re glad you found us.
As travel journalists and content writers, we travel a lot. That’s when we look for the story behind the story, telling stories about places that make sustainable experiences possible and about people who are striving for a more sustainable future for their region, their family or their profession. We don’t want to turn off our many years of journalism experience in this travel magazine. You will therefore not find any court reporting or favoritism articles here. What we describe here, we have experienced and photographed ourselves.
We draw from our extensive portfolio. Diverse travel experiences in Germany, Europe, Asia, Africa, Central America and Australia are the basis for this. More than 20,000 of our own photographs, which are also available from the international photo agency Alamy, complement and support our reports, reviews, blog entries or portraits in other media as well.