fascinating cities Tag

GERMANY / 09.01.2014

Like the Guggenheim Museum in New York, the Riverside Museum in Glasgow and many others across the world, the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart is worth a visit if only for its architecture.Inaugurated in 2006 the Mercedes-Benz Museum was designed by UN Studio, whose architects created a sophisticated geometry inspired by the shape of a clover-leaf.The...

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...

FRANCE / 17.12.2013

Once home to the fruits and vegetables wholesale market, Marseille Cours Julien has become a hipster neighbourhood with trendy café, restaurants, shops and colorful street art and graffiti covering most of the facades.Vibrant and colorful, Marseille Cours Julien is a must-see for street art lovers Perched up on a hill, Cours Julien and the nearby streets...

SOUTH AFRICA / 15.09.2013

Colorful and neat, Cape Town Waterfront was one of my favorite places in town.I liked strolling around, having a drink in one of the bars overlooking the harbour and the boats, watching and listening to the people playing music and dancing in the streets.As the light changes during the day, so do the colors of...

FRANCE / 02.09.2013

Don't you find that cities by the sea, a lake or a river have a special touch?[pullquote]No matter if it's touristy. A stroll along Marseille Vieux Port is delightful[/pullquote] I reckon this is one of the (many) reasons why I enjoyed Marseille so much. Certainly the beautiful weather and the deep blue sky played a relevant...