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21st March 2022 by The Scrapbook of Life

10+ things to do in Rothenburg ob der Tauber – Germany’s fairytale town

The fairytale town of Rothenburg ob der Tauber is one of the most beautiful small towns in Germany and one of Europe’s unique places to visit. Located in the state of Bavaria, Rothenburg ob der Tauber is world-renowned for its perfectly-preserved medieval old town (altstadt) and given its enchanting beauty, is a strong contender for any European bucket list. Encased inside historic walls which are dotted with high and mighty towers, the old town is paved with cobble-stone streets and...

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4th February 2022 by Budget Traveller

Berlin Outdoors: 48 hours off the beaten path

Berlin has been our base for the last 5 years. It is a city that even after all these years, I’m still discovering. It has so many rich and complex layers of history – there is never a dull moment here. Even though Berlin and Munich are like chalk and cheese with a very different architectural style, history and feel, Berlin too like Munich ( checkout my socially distant yet fun 48 hour Munich itinerary here ) has many wide open green spaces that are a sanctuary in a busy city like Berlin....

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19th January 2022 by Budget Traveller

6 of the weirdest dishes I’ve eaten in Germany (& where to eat them)

I’ve had the pleasure of living in Germany on and off for 9 years now. I’m proud to call it home nowadays. One of the question I often get from friends visiting is what popular German food and dishes they should try when they visit. I’ll admit, initially I wasn’t the biggest fan of German food culture. My idea of traditional foods in Germany, ( much to Sabrina’s frustration ) was rostbratwurst ( roasted sausages) , sauerkraut and fried potatoes- a dish I still love. The general...

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15th November 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel

10 best things to do in Berlin

Berlin is the capital of Germany. It is probably known in the world and made famous for its walls that for years symbolized an era that ended with its fall, some sections are still standing and a destination for many tourists. Below is the list of the popular places to visit and things to do in Berlin, Germany....

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7th February 2022 by The Wandering Quinn

4 BEAUTIFUL places to visit in the north of Bavaria

The state of Bavaria is the largest state in Germany and is perhaps most well known for the capital, Munich, famous for its annual Oktoberfest. But if you think that Bavaria is all about sausages, beer and lederhosen, think again! Bavaria has some of the most beautiful towns and beautiful villages in Germany, with medieval buildings, half timber houses and impressive fairytale-style castles nestled in the hillsides. ...

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18th October 2021 by Inside the Travel Lab

Why is Berlin so popular?

Berlin. The world seems to love you but I’m not quite sure why. I went, once, and the two of us had a pretty good time. Your Christmas Markets glittered, your Currywurst tickled me pink and the history from your Wall (and the years that surrounded it) seeped deep into my soul. I was tired, almost broken. Searching for missing pieces and finding them in your winter heavy rain....

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5th May 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel

15 best things to do in Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf is a city in western Germany known for its fashion industry and art scene. It is one of the wealthiest cities in Germany, so it’s no surprise that luxury shopping is a favorite pastime there. Dusseldorf is famous for its nightlife, carnival events, shopping and for fashion and trade fairs like the Boot Messe (one of the world’s best trade fairs for boats and watersports) and Igedo (world leader in fashion)....