It is worth noting that there hundreds of different markets in and around Germany. Clearly, some are more well-known than others, and they moreover vary in size.
Taking a European Christmas city break around this time is an absolute must- do. The plethora of light switch-ons, shows, festivals and events means that you’ll never have the same experience twice. Whether you fancy a warm or wintry city break, the next…
If you’re looking for something new in a ski holiday destination, then you would be hard pressed to find anything better than Germany. Previously seen as the poor relation in the winter skiing holiday genre, Germany has managed to retain their friendly…
Harry Franck’s willingness to travel with no money, his keen eye for the details of his journey and the societies he recorded (some of which soon disappeared) make him a welcome addition to our list of Extraordinary Vagabonds.
Who says freelancing isn’t for you? I think the first thing you should do is take the time to read my latest e-book All there Is To It, Is To Do It – Finding Your Passion Income . If you want to…
Designated a free imperial city in 1226, it became the capital of the Hanseatic League, a powerful confederation of 200 city-states banded together against pirates and warring nations to protect their trade in the Baltic.
The best musicians take inspiration from their surroundings: so if you’re starting to find that you have songwriters block, it might just be time to strap on that backpack and get your groove back.
Frankfurters in Germany – No Beans, Plenty of Sauce I love this picture because it was taken the first time I was ever in Germany. Germany, and Frankfurt in particular were so far from what I expected and this photo captures that….
After the discovery of North America, trade with the New World became Bremen’s bread and butter, and launched a wave of emigrants who populated the new continent.
I left Morocco again, flew intoMadrid before heading to Frankfurt, Germany then to Dublin. From Dublin, I flew to Canada where I hitched across the country with about $2, found work in the USA, flew back to Dublin, then went to Belgium and from there back to Morocco.
Berlin’s annual beer festival celebrates beer from all over the world. 300 breweries from 86 countries will be offering up their magnificent malts along the spacious boulevard leading up to the iconic and imposing twin towers at Frankfurter Tor.
Berlin is so much more than just techno and Trabis, bratwurst and bier. Beneath the surface of stereotypes, diverse cultures make up an intoxicating element that rarely makes it into the guide books.
People don’t usually travel to Frankfurt, Germany to see the herons, or even the pretty Japanese Garden, but I think this shot alone might have been worth the trip. The day was cool and wonderful. I can still feel the breeze.
Travel is about seeing things that broaden your experience and
while I’ve never had any desire to see a Nazi Concentration Camp as either a victim or a tourist, when I found out that there was one in Nis, I decided it was important to visit. Plus, it felt in keeping with the whole creepy vibe my trip to Serbia had taken.