Rheinburgenweg is a picturesque walking route 200 km long following the river Rhein from Bad Breisig to Bingen. It’s a relaxing walk for those enjoying castles, nature, and quiet evenings in small German towns.
Portugal, a sunny southern country on the Atlantic ocean, is currently on a bucket list of many tourists. We decided to look closely at this gem and talked to Paola and Sergio, an Italian couple of seasoned travelers who has recently visited Portugal.
For those who want to escape Paris for 3 days, we suggest a route that includes visiting some of the most beautiful castles of the Loire Valley, Saint-Malo, Mont Saint-Michel, swimming in the sea, night driving, sunsets and sleeping in a tent under the stars.
Rome offers much more than the standard Colosseum, Saint Peter’s Basilica, and the Vatican Museums. Today we are sharing a list of secret Roman places that don’t appear on the classical tourist guides but are absolutely worth checking out if you want to feel the charm of many-faced Rome.
The Western Balkans is a region on the Balkan Peninsula facing the Adriatic Sea. Here is a story of Mark, a big fan of the this region, who undertook a 3-week long trip across the Balkans for his honeymoon, and visited 7 countries on the way.
Berlin is famous for Brandenburg Gate, Reichstag, Berlin wall, and its nightlife. To this list, we would definitely add its gastronomy. The choice of restaurants in the German capital is impressive and features a wild mix of cuisines from all around the world. Make sure you don’t miss it when you are in Berlin next time!
There is a saying that every true Slovenian must at least once in their life stand on top of the Triglav mountain. For everybody else in the world, this climb is totally optional, but it’s so beautiful that you still should make it if you can! Our editor Kate climbed the highest mountain in Slovenia and now tells you about her experience.
Saxon-Bohemian Switzerland nature park lies on the border between Germany and Czechia, a short distance from Dresden and Prague. The common feature of this park on both sides of the border are magnificent sandstones on the banks of Elbe river. These breathtaking rock formations have inspired numerous artists and poets over the centuries, and now they are waiting for you! So how do you get to this park and what do you see there?
It’s the middle of July and summer is in full swing! Hotels booked, plane tickets bought and your stocks of sunscreen are replenished. Or not yet? If you still don’t know where you’re going to spend your summer vacation, we have a suggestion for you – head to Italy! And we don’t mean the famous Sicily, the over-crowded Rome, or the touristy Milan. Our suggestion will be the less-known Liguria.
Unfortunately, it is not always possible to spend even a week in every city you visit. If you, just like us, happen to come to Berlin only for a weekend, don’t get discouraged. Yes, Berlin is huge, but even during a weekend, you can check out its most amazing places! We’ve chosen a couple of less obvious sights for your unforgettable weekend in Berlin!