There is always something that amazes me in Berlin, it can be eco supermarkets, the number of people traveling on bikes (also with children and in rain and cold), dog bowls in cafes, or small tenant initiatives that are literally everywhere in the city. Even though I don’t like queues, I always stand waiting for a table at Monsieur Vuong to eat a bowl of delicious Asian food for less than € 10, sitting squeezed at a table with other people – but I barely leave, and I’m already thinking, when I will come back here next time. Just like in Markthalle Neun, where I was eating street food, or in the Monkey Bar or one at the Vienna House Andel’s Berlin hotel, where I sip champagne while admiring the city panorama with a characteristic TV tower.
Copenhagen is a bustling city with unique atmosphere that marks it out from many European capitals. Tourist attractions, amazing architecture or even well known urban solutions can’t compete with the specific and extremly magnetic aura of the city. Less momentum, distance, lots of space and highly developed cycling culture constitute main advantages of Copenhagen. Its charm is irresistible.
“Sardinia is something else: wider, more than usual, not at all irregular, but fading in the distance, crests of hills as heath, irrelevant, which are losing, perhaps, a small group of peaks … A fascinating space around and distance to travel, nothing finished, nothing definitive, it’s like freedom itself. ” (D.H.Lawrence – Sea and Sardinia)
Italy amaze me every time I go there. It doesn’t matter if I am travelling to a small Sicilian village or to my favourite Rome for the 10th time. I love the hustle and bustle of a morning markets, colourful villages nestled in the hills on Amalfi coast, different shades of Puglia and ships in the mountains in Maso Corto in Val Senales.
Waterways and street food are the icons of Bangkok. Ok, for you there are pink taxis, traffic and shopping malls. For many Thailand is a beach paradise with turquoise water, swinging palm trees, wooden local boats and hammocks on the beach.
Some of the most interesting vacations you can take in Europe are to authentic medieval towns nestled into countryside or mountain regions. Among these towns, there are few as picturesque or intriguing as Brasov, a Carpathian Mountains city in the Transylvania region of Romania. These are a few of the things you might enjoy on a trip there.
Vienna, city of my dreams (Wien, du Stadt meiner Träume) – this is not only a favorable opinion of the majority of the people of Vienna, but also a song by composer of polish descent Rudolf Sieczyński, which became the …