Krakow is considered the historical and cultural heart of Poland. In our blog Patrycja reveals why it is still worth discovering the town even if the weather doesn’t quite play along. She takes us to a place deep below the surface – the Wieliczka Salt Mine. Here, visitors can explore huge impressive halls that are not only perfect for musical performances, but also wedding ceremonies. Are you curious? Then take a look for yourself!
Stockholm is always worth a visit – not only on sunny days. Shopping, culture and good food are always possible even if the weather doesn’t play along. Take a look at our travel blog to find out which museums, restaurants and cafés you can visit on a rainy day in Sweden’s capital.
Although Giessen is unlikely to ever be one of Germany’s most beautiful towns, it is still one of the best for students. Join us and find out what it has to offer apart from the university. Shops, bars, restaurants and nightlife – all without glitz and glamour, but with a lot of heart.
Like Rome, the capital of Portugal is built on seven hills. At the Miradouros – the viewpoints of the city – you can explore the city from above. But that’s not all: some of these viewpoints also offer celebrations with locals and students and one of the most beautiful sunsets in Lisbon.
Holland is not just a destination for beach holidays, windmills and tulips. The cities of Holland like Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague, as well as charming little towns like Haarlem and Volendam offer a lot of opportunities for art and culture fans.
Anybody who has been to Africa knows: Nobody can escape the charm of the combination of the people’s joy of life, the mixture of the many different cultures and the breath taking and varying flora and fauna. I will take you along on a journey through Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe.
Do you long for a shower under a warm waterfall in the middle of a rainforest? You don’t have to fly to the tropical regions of the world: a few hours from European mainland you can fulfil your dream of a holiday in paradise. Visit the Azores!
It doesn’t always have to be the sunny south: anyone who is on holiday in Northern Italy is spoiled for choice. The birthplace of the Renaissance, the Square of Miracles, the city of the 99 churches, the five picturesque villages or the jewel of the Ligurian coast? I will show you what you must not miss.
England is famous for its beautifully laid-out gardens. And during one of my trips to England I visited THE gardens which are a must-see for tourists: The Lost Gardens of Heligan near the town of St. Austell in Cornwall.
Tallinn is an incredibly versatile and unique town. It perfectly combines the traditional with the modern age and its digital being. It has something to offer for everyone, no matter the age. If you want to experience a truly special town, go and visit Tallinn.