My Travel Bucket List – Europe

Our world currently consists of roughly 200 countries, spread over seven continents. I am twenty-one and have visited around 35 different countries, some several times, and most of them in Europe. Even though lots of travellers like to brag about how many countries they've visited, I think the number is not what counts, but the … Continue reading My Travel Bucket List – Europe


Why I love Berlin

Ever since I was little, in my mind, Berlin was the place to be. Every movie, every TV show I watched was shot in Berlin, all the German actors and models and singers lived in Berlin. To me, Berlin seemed like this extraordinary place filled with interesting people from different cultures, living their free, non-judgmental life. So … Continue reading Why I love Berlin

Off the beaten track: Hamburg

Hamburg is one of the most popular cities in Germany amongst travelers - and for a good reason. Hamburg has a crazy night life, but even during the day it is a beautiful city. If you've never been to Hamburg before and you only have 3 days or less, visit this site to read about … Continue reading Off the beaten track: Hamburg

7 things you don’t want to miss in Hamburg

If you travel to Germany, you're most likely visiting either Berlin, Munich - or, if you want a mix of both - Hamburg: Hamburg has Berlin's crazy nightlife but Munich's beauty. Here are the most popular things to see in Hamburg:   1. Speicherstadt Speicherstadt, 20457 Hamburg The Speicherstadt in the harbour of Hamburg is … Continue reading 7 things you don’t want to miss in Hamburg

How to flirt in German

Who doesn't like flirting? And if you are partying in a German club or see someone you find attractive on the street, it will seem really charming if you approach him/her in German. Here are a few basic phrases and words teaching you how to flirt in German and how to communicate if it goes … Continue reading How to flirt in German

Useful German phrases for traveling

If you are traveling to Germany, some German phrases can't hurt. Even though almost everyone speaks English, ordering your food or asking for the price in German is always appreciated.   Greetings and good-byes  Hello - Hallo Good morning - Guten Morgen Good evening - Guten Abend My name is … - Ich heiße … … Continue reading Useful German phrases for traveling