The new ICE high-speed train between the German capital and Munich made its first journey on Friday, with only select guests invited for the trip.
The European Union is finally ending extra mobile phone charges for phone users who leave their country. But critics say German and Spanish lobbyists have watered down the new rules.
Brussels says controls put in place because of the migrant crisis should be phased out by the end of the year. Austria, Denmark, Germany, Sweden and non-EU Norway introduced the ID checks in 2015.
The Bundesrat finally passed Germany’s highway toll on Friday. The upper house of the German parliament, which is made up of the 16 state governments, voted through the bill despite significant resistance from states on Germany’s borders.
The German Foreign Ministry has issued a warning over a “fake news” story being shared on social media, claiming they had issued a travel warning for Sweden.
Irish low-cost airline Ryanair on Tuesday said it will expand routes from Germany’s Frankfurt airport in future, but warned of challenges ahead for the airline industry from Brexit.
The German government has approved a draft law to introduce road tolls on the country’s famed motorways or Autobahns, despite objections from neighbouring countries who say the charges discriminate against foreign drivers.
Students from Luxembourg aged from 18 to 30 and young people aged up to 20 will be able to benefit from free bus, rail and tram travel in Luxembourg starting August 1, 2017.
Stuttgart’s snazzy new underground train station is (of course) massively over budget and years behind schedule. But fear not, you can take a virtual tour of it as if it were finished.
The travel site GayCities this week announced the winners of its 2016 Best of Gay Cities guide, naming Berlin as the top place to be LGBT and single, the English-language news site The Local reports.