Hamburg is home to Europe’s second largest port and you can really sense the grand scale of transportation when you arrive. The bustling port fronts the city acting as a gateway from the river to the various neighbourhoods which seep back further and further into the city. Towering churches unique in shape and grandeur rise … More Waffles in Hamburg
It was refreshing to return back to Berlin, where over the years, the city has gained an incredible individualistic reputation, a place to be, create and live. Ten years on from my initial visit, my new exploration of Berlin somewhat changed my previous perspective of the city. Yes, the city is soaked with history, oozing … More Berlin Round 2
Dusseldorf, is nowhere near like its rival Cologne. The city is spruced up with glistening architecture, modern buildings and suave looking locals. Designer shops line the streets, fine dining is offered in most establishments and even the bars are neat and orderly. In fact, Dusseldorf could even be where the stereotypical perception of Germans being … More Day Tripping to Dusseldorf
A close friend of mine who I met travelling in Australia is from Dortmund in Germany, and she enthusiastically told me I must visit. After much saving, I booked a ticket to stay with her in her flat in Bonn, the former capital of West Germany and home to the most famous composer in the … More Sleeping in Bonn to Visit Cologne
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