Archive | July, 2015

Nyhaven the new harbor - 20 top attractions in Copenhagen

20 top attractions in Copenhagen

20 top attractions and cool hangout spots in Copenhagen It’s late afternoon along the waterfront at Nyhavn, one of the busiest and actually tourist driven parts of Copenhagen’s port area. But surprisingly it feels very festive and genuine – even the locals are coming down to enjoy the sun and do some people watching along the boardwalk. […]

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Beautiful landscape views taking a regional train to Copenhagen, Denmark

Eurail travel across Europe

Eurail travel across Europe In front of my window is a sea of yellow and greens, slighty blurred images of golden mustard and green forests with rolling hills of the Polish countryside unfolding before me. I’m taking a morning train from Warsaw to Berlin which is a comfortable five hour journey on a regional train that […]

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Speicherstadt Warehouse District - a new Unesco site

Speicherstadt Warehouse District – a new Unesco site

Speicherstadt Warehouse District – a new Unesco World Heritage site in Hamburg Can you believe that Hamburg’s old warehouse district is one of the newest Unesco World Heritage sites and the first certified site for the German city? Well yes, when you consider that the Speicherstadt Warehouse District in Hamburg is the largest and one of the most historic […]

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Penguins facing Prague's old town - Prague's public art scene

Prague’s public and street art scene

Prague’s public and street art scene   Do you ever feel a stronger connection to cities that support their public art and local street artists? Promoting the local art scene is a good signal to a city’s tourism savvy and art acumen. Such is the case with the city of Prague, a cosmopolitan and art focused metropolis which incorporates large public art in many of its […]

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