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Hockley side of Nottingham

Happy scene Nottingham

If you asked locals the question, “Soho is to New York as (blank) is to Nottingham.” the answer will soon be: Hockley. This neighborhood is known to be a fun and creative section of the city, with a trendy mix of places to enjoy.    Hockley is integrated with the famous “Creative Quarter” of Nottingham,…

Farina, time to smell nice!

a large brick building

Although the city of Cologne is known for its Gothic Cathedral, its perfumery tradition is well known (the German brand 4711 being the most famous of this type) and if you want to delve into its interesting history you can visit the Perfume Museum in the Casa Farina ( Duftmuseum im Farina-Haus in German). This site is located…

Kiosk and Cologne

Kiosk

If there’s something in Cologne that you do not need to worry about finding, it is Kiosks, conveniently located throughout the entire city. Look over your shoulder, at every street corner, and you will find a Kiosk.   They are open conveniently late and are life savers during the summer days. “Netflix and chill” becomes…

Coming to Nottingham?

a large stone building with a mountain in the background

When someone mentions Nottingham we think of the famous thief in green tights, Robin Hood. If you ask a local what to see in the city, they most likely will not send you to the castle, but to the Caves. At City Of Caves , you can see how its caves were used for different purposes for…

The relationship with Stuttgart and wine

a view of a lush green field

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…

Currywurst Berlin

food on a plate

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….

The most famous avenue in Berlin

Kurfürstendamm

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…

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,…