• France and the desire for beer

    France and the desire for beer

    The Auvergne – Rhône – Alpes region is home to a particularly large number of breweries. Why France is discovering a love of beer, tells a brewer from the Drôme Valley

New in the food section
  • Royston Cave – the mysterious cave

    Royston Cave – the mysterious cave

    Five theories still vie for interpretive authority over the Christian and pagan graffiti in a cave under the sidewalk in the village of Royston near Cambridge

New in the travel section
  • Hiking around Twickel Castle

    Hiking around Twickel Castle

    In Twente, a visit to a park in English landscape style and walking through cultural landscape can be condensed into a perfect day trip.

New in the Outdoor section
  • The home and the climate

    The small village of Lützerath rarely had more than 100 inhabitants. Thanks to climate activists, Lützi has become internationally known and a symbol. Several hundred places in the Rhenish lignite area have already fallen victim to the hunger for energy and the lignite excavators before

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About 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.


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