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GERMANY / 23.03.2017

Easy to reach from all the main European cities, Munich is perfect for a short break or a stopover along your journey, but what to see in Munich if you only have 2 days?Of course, the longer you stay the more you can discover, but chances are that most visitors will spend between 1...

GERMANY / 26.04.2015

From the St. Pauli U-Bahn station or the Reeperbahn S-Bahn stop the best way to discover the graffiti is wandering along Clemens-Schultz Strasse and Simon-von-Utrecht Strasse, meandering through the perpendicular streets and entering the passages often hiding more paintings.The best - and my favorites - are a series of wall paintings by Ray de la...

GERMANY / 25.06.2014

Can you imagine an ironworks plant being a UNESCO World Heritage Site?As an Italian used to the archaeological wonders in Rome, or magnificent Romanesque, Renaissance, Baroque buildings, the idea of the Völklinger Hütte - after all, an industrial facility - sounded a little weird.Don’t get me wrong: I’m fascinated by old, abandoned and crumbling places. I loved the ghost...

GERMANY / 22.04.2014

Perhaps it was the perfect weather, with blue skies swept by running clouds, and the beautiful warm light of a spring afternoon, that made Leipzig look so pretty. And I tried to make the most of the very little time to explore the city, strolling in the charming streets of the old town, getting a taste of a...

GERMANY / 22.12.2013

Colorful houses reflecting in the river Neckar, pretty alleys bordered by houses with their typical pointed roofs, beautifully decorated facades in the old town and café, pubs and wine bars vibrant with life.The tradition of Tübingen as a university town dates back to the 15th Century, when  Eberhard I, Duke of Württemberg, founded the Eberhard...

GERMANY / 30.06.2013

I walked along Berlin East Side Gallery on a gray, windy, and cold day of March, huddled up in my jacket while silently looking at the wall paintings celebrating freedom after the Wall's collapse, which started on November 9, 1989.[caption id="attachment_15195" align="alignnone" width="600"] Berlin East Side Gallery, Test the Rest[/caption] A memorial for a sad past, a...

GERMANY / 06.06.2012

Sanssouci - which in French means 'without worries' - was Frederick the Great refuge in Potsdam, the place where he liked to retreat and relax, away from the pomp and circumstance of the Court. Sansouci Palace in Potsdam is smaller and more intimate than the French Versailles Although often compared to the French Versailles, Sanssouci Palace is...