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Architecture Travel

Matera: The City of Stones

By on 1st May 2017

Before, during and after every Game of Thrones season articles pop up about all the stunning sights where the series has been filmed. They’re all worth a visit obviously,…

Architecture Travel

Funny one-star reviews of famous landmarks: Rome

By on 18th February 2017

Rome is basically a big open air museum. Everywhere you look there’s history to be seen, but unfortunately not everyone can appreciate it. Just like in our previous editions…

Festivals & Events Travel

Europe’s highest swing

By on 31st January 2017

Photo: A’DAM Lookout
Do you sometimes think back to the times you were a kid and could, let’s say, hop on a swing and just rock back and forth all…

Gastronomy Travel

A typical sweet moment in Vienna

By on 26th January 2017

This dessert is so delicious it has its own national holiday and is absolutely the best culinary experience to fully appreciate your days in Vienna or in the rest…


One Brits rather unusual reaction to the Brexit vote

By on 11th January 2017

It was 5 am on Thursday, June 24th, 2016. I had been awake for several hours already. I sat blankly staring at the TV, speechless. Surely this couldn’t be…

Gastronomy Travel

The origins and curiosities of Czech Trdlo

By on 24th December 2016

Photo: Gemma Delle Cave
Among the many interesting things you can do on a journey to the Czech Republic, it is unavoidable to taste one of the typical Czech sweets:…


Funny one-star reviews of famous landmarks: Paris

By on 22nd December 2016

Paris is home to many famous landmarks and museums. One can only understand the magic of the Eiffel tower, the Louvre and the Sacre Coeur if one’s ever been…


Roadtrip Düsseldorf

By on 1st December 2016

Two of my friends, my little brother and I, were all free from work on the same day, a Tuesday. So what do you do on a day like…


Milan: The industrial capital of Italy and much more

By on 22nd November 2016

Since ancient times, Milan city has been an important crossroad in the middle of many populations, that’s why it was called by Latins Mediolanum, which means: just in the…


Paris Part III: Fear of heights, the firebird and the Garden of Eden

By on 9th November 2016

In part three of our city trip to Paris series we’ll take you up to the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffeltower and we drink cocktails near place Stravinsky…