The German National Tourist Office partnered with Canadian blogger Oneika the Traveller to track down Canadian links with Germany. Oneika is the perfect fit for the project: she’s married to a German husband, her ‘Liebling’, and has been curious for quite some time about the ties between both their home countries.

Follow her trip to Stuttgart, the home of the car, and learn about the connection between the German and Canadian wine industry.

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