The cathedral city is always worth a visit. But it is particularly atmospheric in the run up to Christmas. Then Cologne's Christmas markets at the cathedral, Haymarket or Chocolate Museum attract many visitors - with lights, gift ideas, handicrafts, mulled wine and delicious food. I lived in Cologne for twelve years and I am still there frequently. Here are my best tips for the Christmas market Cologne: the six most beautiful Christmas markets, the best stands, dates or opening times and matching hotels.
(Contains advertising for the region) Hiking in summer and skiing in winter - this is what the Harz is known for. But there is so much more to see and to experience. I show you the most beautiful Harz attractions for your vacation: whether suspension bridge, stalactite cave, half-timbered houses, castles or (vegetarian) cafes and restaurants. And you can win a wonderful resin weekend for two!
Who knows the best places and insider tips? Local people! Anneli blogs at Annalisa's Hotelworld and has been living in the capital for many years. In this guest post she will tell you her Berlin tips for the most beautiful hotels, sights, excursions, restaurants, cafes and rooftop bars - whether for summer, winter or rain. Everything for your Berlin weekend or a longer city break!
You want to discover Cologne like a local? For twelve years I lived in the cathedral city. I'll tell you my best Cologne tips: to hotels, the most beautiful parts of the city, sights, activities, shopping and real insider tips Cologne for food (with cafes and restaurants for vegetarians and vegans). Real insider tips and recommendations for a great Cologne weekend or a longer city break!
My absolute favorite flea market in the Rhineland and even in Germany? The flea market Bonn Rheinaue! Because he lies in the middle of the green amusement park. There you will find many stalls with nice and cheap things. And there is delicious food, such as pizza, falafel or churros pastries. I'll tell you about the flea market, with lots of pictures.
City trips and good food - I have these preferences in common with Ina from the blog Genussbummler. As locals she reveals in this article her Dusseldorf tips: to the best sights, hidden places or insider tips, hotel, restaurants and cafes. Everything for your weekend break or the short trip to NRW!
(Contains advertisements for Rewe travel) Does your partner love traveling as much as you do? Are you planning a trip together or are you looking for a gift idea for Valentine's Day, Anniversary or Anniversary? For a vacation for two you will find here 15 romantic destinations for couples - from near to far, proven to secret tip, city to beach. I also share my savings tips for a couple's holiday with you.
(Advertising) I love city breaks in winter: go to Christmas markets, admire the lights, visit museums, cozy cafes and restaurants. At the beginning of December I was in the state capital of Baden-Württemberg for the first time. I'll tell you my 11 tips for Stuttgart in the winter - with sights such as the highlights of Stuttgart, the Christmas Garden, Christmas market and the Porsche and Mercedes-Benz museums. There are also tips for breakfast and Swabian food.
Do you like Christmas markets so much? With sparkling lights, Christmas trees, music, gingerbread, mulled wine and meeting friends. In this article I introduce you to one of the most beautiful Christmas markets in Germany and Europe: the Christmas market Aachen, in my native city (North Rhine-Westphalia). In the article you will find the best tips for your visit. Continue reading
(Advertisement for REWE Regional) I am a Rhinelander through and through - I like the people, the cities, the landscapes and the food. The region is perfect for getaways on the doorstep. After all, in our home town of Mönchengladbach, cities such as Cologne, Düsseldorf or Aachen are very close by. But now with a dog we prefer nature. For a weekend we visited in cooperation with REWE Regional a destination of my childhood, the Eifel. Because your own region often has so much more to offer than you think. This applies to excursions, but also for regional products that are grown in the area. I brought you tips for sights like the romantic town of Monschau with its half-timbered houses, castle, castle, restaurant and café. And I'll tell you a regional dish that my grandma always cooked.