Let me guide you to Brussels, the vibrant capital of Belgium – and of Europe, for that matter. Historic buildings, wild street art, fantastic museums, beer, fries, and chocolate: This cosmopolitan city holds actually something for everyone in store.this way to read the whole story >>>
Since I’m afraid that the capital Palma de Mallorca might be the most underrated place on the entire island, I urge you to spend at least two days in this vibrant’n’wonderful city – and don’t worry: From Palma, you’ll quickly get to all the other magnificent places the island has to offer – even by public bus!
From the beginning, I wanted to do things differently. I didn’t want to roast on beaches, getting wasted on Sangria made from cheap wine, surrounded by party people from Germany, France, and Great Britain.
Mallorca is a Spanish island. I was keen on experiencing Spain with all my five senses. I wasn’t searching for the extraordinary, I wanted to dive into the common.
What better place to do so than a standard Spanish city full of local day-to-day routines.this way to read the whole story >>>
Let me guide you to Florence, the city that was home to the Medici Family and the cradle of Italian Renaissance.
To this date, there are so many art treasures that Florence deems rather an Open-Air-Museum than a Northitalian city with ordinary people and an everyday life.this way to read the whole story >>>
Since Singapore – undisputably one of my favorites cities in the world – can be a bit overwhelming for first-timers, I’ve put together a guide that will help you to enjoy this powerful city-state right from the beginning.this way to read the whole story >>>
I might be the perfect person to guide you through Prague, granting three days of awe. Why so? Because I’m an unusual kind of local.
Locals know the best spots. They can communicate with other locals in the native language and, thusly, they might learn things visitors don’t.
On the other hand, locals tend to be oblivious to the beauty of their surroundings. Ignore iconic places. Bored by beauty.
So not being a real local actually works in my favor. I’m still amazed. And for some reason that I’ll explain below even deeply touched.
See? I’ve told you I might be your perfect guide!this way to read the whole story >>>
Tallinn, Estonia’s capital between the poles of history and creativity, cannot be described with a handful of corny attributes and some stock catchphrases.
Overall, by the standard categories, this city is far too diverse, its past too changeful, its faith too inconsistent, its present too dynamic, and its future definitely too promising. In conclusion, a hub between the poles of history and creativity.this way to read the whole story >>>
Follow my guide to Riga, Latvia’s entrancing capital. Although Riga is a modern and forward-looking metropolis, Latvia’s capital preserves proudly its cultural identity, traditions, and melancholic charm.this way to read the whole story >>>
This is a guide to Potsdam, a small town that Frederick II made great.
Although it sounds like a cute, drowsy hamlet, everyone is amazed by its rich cultural and political heritage.this way to read the whole story >>>