It's the people with outstanding ideas that shape a country: poets such as Goethe and Schiller, the great reformer Martin Luther, composers such as Bach, Handel and Beethoven or philosophers such as Marx and Engels as well as the physicist Alber Einstein. The list is long - we have completed it with more famous and not so famous people who are worth talking about. Or visiting. With us.
Tim Raue – a cheecky monkey in the kitchen (and a two-star chef)
Tim Raue "I do not want anyone to feel full," says Tim Raue; an unusual motto for a two-star chef. But Tim, Berliner, frequent flyer and Asian fan, adds, however, that this is not a typical German food concept. "First stuff yourself; then drink two shots before leaving."
Do you know Angela Merkel?
Angela Merkel is internationally known as one of the world’s most powerful women. Here are a few things you may not have heard before about the German Chancellor.
Hans Haas – a great chef at an extraordinary place
Hans Haas is one of the top German chefs. In an interview, he explains how he does it, that every day the whole city and the surrounding area come to visit him at “Tantris.”