White pebbles at the beach, cristal clear water, and a picturesque old town - the small-town Primošten in Croatia really is amazing. Originally, Primošten was a small island near to the mainland. Formerly, a bridge connected the small-town with the mainland and the name of the city is influenced by it's
In my last outfitpost from Croatia, I told you that I'm not too sad about the bad weather on day ten of your vacation. Well, if I had known what's going to happen the next day, I definitely wouldn't have said that. Early in the morning, at about 6 o'clock,
Moin from Hamburg! Before we start into our summer vacation in Croatia, I visited the very North of Germany and spend a few days in Hamburg. In this blog post, I share my impressions with you and show you some amazing places in and around the hanseatic city.
Day 1: Arrival,
It's a kind of tradition that we visit new places over the Easter Weekend. Last year, we were in Vienna, this year our destination was Lake Constance. When there, visiting Mainau Island with it's thousands of flowers is a must. In this blog post, I tell you what you shouldn't
Small canals, romantic gondolas, and picturesque alleys - Venice enchanted me! A few years ago, I visited this Italian city in summer during peak season. Back then, Venice already facinated me. However, I was also a bit overwhelmed due to the many tourist, the heat, and time pressure. This time,
Delicious restaurants, many bars, a cute harbour, and amazing sunsets - the city Biograd na Moru in North Dalmatia/Croatia is definitely worth visiting. In this blog post, I show you the most beautiful places, the best restaurants, and what you shouldn't miss when in this city.
1. The beautiful Harbour in
Watching the sunset while the sea organ plays different tunes in the background - this only exists in Zadar, a harbour city in North Dalmatia. In this travel post, I show you the most beautiful places, delicous reastaurant, and the picturesque alleyways of the city.
Zadar - a City of Contrasts
Contrary to a lot of other European metropolises, Prague wasn't bombed during World War II. Therefore a lot of beautiful old buildings are still well-preserved. Read everything we did in Czechia's capital in this travel diary post:
Day 1: Arrival via Pilsen and a walk into the old town of Prague
During our journey
Prague is one of the most beautiful and fascinating cities I've ever been: There are so many pretty old buildings, fair prices, plus a lot of culture. In this blog post I show you some wonderful places in Czechia's capital and tell you what I wore.
Since we visited downtown by foot,
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