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Berlin Zoo

If you travel to Berlin with children, one of the attractions that you cannot miss is the Berlin Zoo. It is located in the old Kurfürstendamm district , and is the most visited in all of Europe, with 2.6 million visitors from around the world. It is open all year round and is easily accessible by…

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September 1, 2020

The relationship with Stuttgart and wine

When you visit the beautiful city of Stuttgart, you can certainly take some time and make a getaway to Esslingen am Neckar , a city within the federal state of Badem Württemberg, and the capital of the district of Esslingen. It is located on the banks of the River Neckar, 10 km from Stuttgart’s city center Its…

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August 30, 2020

Currywurst Berlin

Without a doubt, visiting other countries and their cities implies knowing, in addition to their culture, a bit of their gastronomy. When asking a local what to eat in Berlin, the answer is easy: CURRYWURST, a cooked or grilled German sausage. It is served cut into slices and is accompanied by ketchup sauce and curry powder….

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August 30, 2020

The most famous avenue in Berlin

The Kurfürstendamm, also known as Ku’damm is one of the most famous avenues in Berlin and is considered one of the symbols of capitalist consumption during the Cold War. The street takes its name from the ancient Kurfürsten (Electors), of the Holy Roman Empire. In 1873, the German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck wrote a letter…

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August 15, 2020

Chocolate Museum Cologne

  The city of Cologne (Köln), Germany is known worldwide for its impressive medieval Cathedral, but don’t be fooled. This city has a much more to share! Germany is undoubtedly known worldwide for its exquisite Beer, but even more of its tourists return home with suitcases filled with famous German chocolate! You can get a…

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August 15, 2020

40 years of Berlin

Ask most people what they know about Berlin, and they will tell you that at one point in time it was divided into two. For more than 40 years Berliners have been victims of a violent past, caught in the struggle between two world superpowers, and unable to shake off the repercussions of the Second World War. But 1989 brought the sudden change everyone was waiting. And those same people who told you that Berlin has been split, if alive in 1989, will also tell you where they were when they heard the news that the Berlin wall was coming down. In 1989 the whole world was watching! And the whole world was listening! A new era was taking shape in Berlin, and U2 wanted to be a part of it. Achtung Baby, U2’s best album and the first album…

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July 17, 2020

Stuttgart.. Did you know?

Recently Stuttgart has been reported to receive annually more than 3 million overnight stays from tourists all over the world. It’s a city known for captivating sites and varied activities. But beautiful sites and dreamy walks are not all this city has to offer. For those interested in more dark and somber pages in history, we can have a glance at a famous prison, Stammheim Prison. This less visited site can be found in the North of the city. The prison became famous for housing the main members of the Red Army Fraction (RAF by its German acronym: Rote Armee Fraktion) during the trials to which they were subjected, in 1975. At the same time, a court was created so that the trial could take place inside the prison, for safety. This was later recognized as one of the safest…

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July 17, 2020

Gay capital of Germany?

 The city of Cologne (Köln), Germany is known worldwide for its impressive medieval Cathedral and other historic sites, but don’t be fooled. This city has much more to share! Are you aware that Cologne is also known as “The Gay capital of Germany”? Cologne stands out as one of the most vibrant and inclusive cities for LGBTQI+ individuals in Europe, if not the world. For visitors, it offers a variety of bars, restaurants, clubs and other LGBTQ friendly shops all around the city. Phonix Sauna and Hennes Terrasse are some of the most renowned bars and restaurants in the city, among many others. There are two main sections in Cologne where you will find yourself to be in a happier area: Rudolfplatz, known locally as the “Bermuda Triangle”, has a more modern vibe with a selection of cafes, bars…

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July 12, 2020

How to Spend a Day/Weekend in Berlin

  Photo by Ingo Joseph from Pexels Berlin weekend adventure promises world-class museums, good food, a variety of shopping districts, and an extensive variety of nightlife. Indulge yourself for an out-of-the-ordinary weekend trip in Berlin. And the first thing you need to do is to find the perfect strategic place to stay, and the best…

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June 25, 2020

Nottingham’s Free tour

Between red brick buildings, canals and Pubs, the English city of Nottingham reveals its most interesting descriptions, from literary notes to the history of football, and without forgetting of course its most famous character, Robin Hood Can You Handle It Tours (CYHIT) invites you to embark with your guide on this wonderful adventure to explore…

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April 2, 2020

Next time in Köln (Cologne)

Now that Spring is around the corner, outdoor activities become the new norm, especially in Köln (Cologne). Once you have finished visiting the obvious touristic spots, such as the Cologne Cathedral, you can relax and take in the sun next to the River Rhine. For you jocks out there, you can also play some sports,…

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March 24, 2020

Rude Bastards tour Berlin tip of the day

Since COVID19, us here in Berlin, have been tired of being rude indoors. Rather than doing walking tours, we can be found walking and touring solo around the neighborhood! The biggest hot spot in our neighborhood is of course, the supermarket, followed closely by the kebab shop still opened. Luckily everyone in Berlin is a…

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March 21, 2020