Some of the most visited countries in the world lie within the continent of Europe, which is bordered by Africa, Asia and two oceans – the Atlantic and the Arctic. Europe may be the world’s second-smallest continent by land surface area, but there is no lack of diversity in the countries that are part of it. Visitors are generally amazed at just how quickly a separation of a few miles can transform one culture into another. Languages change and the taste buds are exposed to a whole new range of gastronomic delights.
Europe packs quite a punch on all fronts, be it the spectacular natural scenery of the Alps, the romance of Venice, the lure of Scotland’s glens and lochs or the beaches of the Mediterranean, there’s no dearth of stunning scenery to leave you ‘starry-eyed.’ For those interested in history and the arts, the attractions are mind-boggling. One can literally step back in time in the numerous medieval cities like York, Siena, Saint Paul de Vence or Prague or get lost in the Moorish palaces of Andalucia or the imperial palaces of St. Petersburg. If spirituality is what you seek, the grand monasteries and spectacular churches of Europe are sure to satiate the restless heart.

Top 10 Things to Do in Berlin.

Top 12 Things To Do In Berlin

Berlin is more a part of the world than a city. it is a pulsing, exciting city with so many diverse and distinctive neighborhoods, iconic history all around, cutting-edge architecture, vibrant culture, intensive nightlife and great food from every corner of the world. Berlin is not really about the sites, it is not Paris. It is about the…

Top Things To Do In Munich

Top 8 Things To Do In Munich

Munich’s motto is “München mag dich” (“Munich loves you”) however, after our last visit to this incredible city, we love Munich. How couldn’t we? It is home to many national and international events, great universities, amazing museums and theaters, numerous architectural attractions, international sports events, exhibitions, conferences and festivals like the famous Oktoberfest (which actually…

Top 6 Things To Do In Goslar

Top 6 Things To Do In Goslar

Founded in 922, Goslar is a historic town located in the north-western foothills of the Harz in Lower Saxony, Germany. It looks back onto a long history as it was an imperial city for nearly 250 years during the mid ages and was one of the most important seats of power in the Holy Roman…

Top 5 Things To Do In Hansestadt Werben

Situated between Berlin and Hamburg, Hansestadt Werben (Elbe) is a town in Saxony-Anhalt state, Germany. Visit the smallest hanseatic city in the world and find a hidden gem. There are lots of things to do, adventures to explore and secrets to discover.  We are pretty sure that you will feel the calm of the place instantly. No…

Top 9 Things To Do In Hamburg

Top 9 Things To Do In Hamburg

Hamburg, Germany’s second-biggest city, has a personality of its own. From scenic beauty, a unique blend of world heritage monuments and charming village-like neighborhoods to modern pubs and nightclubs in the world´s most famous red-light district and the best burgers in Germany. Hamburg is ready to surprise you, Check out our Top 9 Things To…

Top 7 Things To Do In Cologne

Top 7 Things To Do In Cologne

Cologne is Germany’s fourth-largest city after Berlin, Hamburg and Munich, and one of the oldest cities in the country too. As a cultural hub in the west of Germany, Cologne is famous for its spectacular cathedral, whose twin spires dominate the skyline and a top-quality array of cultural attractions with over 40 museums and more than…

Top 10 Things To Do In Frankfurt

Top 10 Things To Do In Frankfurt

Frankfurt, the 5th largest city in Germany (after Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Cologne) is one of Germany’s oldest cities. It is both enticingly modern yet vibrant with history and culture. Frankfurt may be best known as the business and finance capital of Germany filled with towering skyscrapers, but it is also one of the most…

Top 10 Things To Do In Dusseldorf

Top 8 Things To Do In Dusseldorf

Part of the Rhine-Ruhr region in Germany, which includes both Cologne and Bonn, Dusseldorf is a cosmopolitan, modern city bustling with great activities. Known for its fashion industry and art scene, it is a mecca for artistic souls and major businesses alike. Check out our list of the Top 8 Things To Do In Düsseldorf. [booking_product_helper shortname=”dusseldorf”]…

Top 8 Things To Do In Dortmund

Top 8 Things To Do In Dortmund

Located in the North Rhine-Westphalia region, Dortmund is one of Germany’s most eclectic and dynamic 21st-century cities and a center of high-tech industry. The former “steel city”, developed into a modern and cultural city, it is well-known for its excellent shopping, beer, and football and has many things to offer. From its spacious green parks…

Top 8 Things To Do In Bonn

Top 8 Things To Do In Bonn

Bonn, one of Germany’s oldest cities, is best recognized as the birthplace of Beethoven. Situated on the Rhine River, Bonn maintains a cozy, relaxed atmosphere of a small town, featuring  a charming old town, many museums and  many outdoor cafes and beer gardens. It is the perfect base city if you are looking to visit…

15 Small Towns In Germany Worth Visiting

15 Small Towns In Germany Worth Visiting

Germany’s largest cities like Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Cologne, and Frankfurt are different in unexpected ways, each with their own ‘personality’ shining through. But this time we decided to dive deeper into the German hinterland to find some of its undiscovered gems. Between the dense forests, the fertile valleys and the stunning splendor of the Alps,…

Top 12 Things To Do In Nuremberg

Top 12 Things To Do In Nuremberg

The ancient city of Nuremberg happens to be an important center for arts as well as culture. This city has associated itself with a number of advancements in science and technology – specifically in printing as it became home to the very first printing press of Europe. There are a number of beautiful attractions within…

Top 12 Things To Do In Dresden

Top 12 Things To Do In Dresden

Dresden is one of the most populous cities in eastern Germany and the capital of the German state of Saxony. Located on the bank of the Elbe River along with the Ore Mountains in the backdrop, Dresden is a perfect ‘postcard city’. It has been the seat of Royal families and Polish Monarchs for centuries…

Top 12 Things To Do In Lubeck

Top 12 Things To Do In Lubeck

Lubeck, a historical city known for its rich heritage, is located in Northern Germany. It gives an insight into Old World Germany and is positioned near the Baltic Coast. Due to its status, its nickname during the 14th century was “The Queen of the Hanseatic League.” There are several cultural spots that offer tourists a…

Top 10 Things To Do In Stuttgart

Top 10 Things To Do In Stuttgart

Situated in the verdant Neckar Valley and home to world-famous companies, Stuttgart combines the best of nature and human ingenuity. The city sits on Bernhartshöhe hill, about 126 km southeast of Heidelberg and an hour from the famed Black Forest. Greenery is all around here, from the vineyards perched on the hillsides to leafy woodlands…

Top 11 Gay Friendly Hotels In Berlin

Top 11 Gay Friendly Hotels In Berlin

Berlin’s gay pride in July attracts a huge number of visitors to the city, but gay travelers don’t only congregate here during pride. The city is one of the most sought after gay destinations in the world for various other reasons and as such there are plenty of gay hotels in Berlin to cater to…

Top 11 Gay Friendly Hotels In Cologne

Top 11 Gay Friendly Hotels In Cologne

The gay scene in Berlin might be more dynamic and bigger, but Cologne will give you a warm, fuzzy-something, familiar feeling. Famous as Germany’s ‘other’ gay capital, the city has become a popular tourist destination. It is due to this fact, as well as the city’s cosmopolitan and accepting attitude that there are many gay…

Top 11 Gay Friendly Hotels In Munich

Top 11 Gay Friendly Hotels In Munich

There are few places on earth like Munich, where high-tech cars and classic Bavarian architecture sit side by side. However, Munich is more than just beer, Oktoberfest, and art. It is also a place where LGBT people are embraced as a part of society. There’s more than one gay neighborhood in Munich and some exclusively…

Top 11 Gay Friendly Hotels In Hamburg

Germany’s second largest city has undergone a huge transformation since its early beginnings as the world’s port city. Hamburg’s gay scene may not be as big as that of Berlin or Cologne but it is alive and kicking. You’ll find plenty of gay hotels in Hamburg though you won’t find any ‘exclusively’ gay hotels here.…

Top 11 Gay Friendly Hotels In Frankfurt

Top 11 Gay Friendly Hotels In Frankfurt

Often referred to as ‘Mainhattan,’ Frankfurt, with its swish skyscrapers and swanky buildings, is distinct from other German cities. This multicultural and tolerant city is often overlooked because of its financial powerhouse image. However, the city has a big queer presence and therefore, there is no shortage of gay accommodation in Frankfurt. Although you won’t…

11 Best Hotels in Nuremberg

11 Best Hotels in Nuremberg

Also called Nürnberg, the Bavarian city of Nuremberg is rich in history and culture. It was a vital commercial hub during the Middle Ages and in the following centuries. It was here that Europe’s first printing press saw its start. Nuremberg was also where astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus published his most famous work. The local arts…

11 Best Hotels in Bonn

11 Best Hotels in Bonn, Germany

Bonn is a city on the banks of the Rhine that’s known for its calming atmosphere. Its name was heard all over the world when West Germany made it its ‘temporary’ capital in 1949. But long before that, this city was recorded in history as the birthplace of the legend, Ludwig van Beethoven. So, pack…

11 Best Hotels in Stuttgart

11 Best Hotels in Stuttgart

The city that gave the world Porsche and Mercedes-Benz cars is not only a manufacturing powerhouse, but it’s also a culture and arts hub. Stuttgart overflows with world-class galleries, museums, and the performing arts. What’s more, this capital city of the Baden-Württemberg state in southwest Germany, is rich in natural beauty. From vineyards and green…

11 Best Hotels in Hamburg

11 Best Hotels in Hamburg

Savor the appeal of the coolest cities in Germany by staying in some of the best hotels in Hamburg. It’s the busiest port city in Germany and 60 miles (100 kilometers) away from the North Sea and right on the River Elbe. Steeped in rich culture and heritage, It’s the most popular short break destination.…