The extended Easter weekend is coming closer, are you already in the mood for some hearty “Osterjause”? If you would rather seize the chance to escape for a little bit and to enjoy the first warmer spring days, we have put together our favorite places for a weekend trip within Europe. Depending on where you a located, you can reach all those spots either by plane, (night) train or even with your own car.
Spring is just around the corner, we can already feel it in the air! Are you also excited to finally go on trips again without your winter jacket? To assure you a great start to the warmer seasons with a lot of culture, we have put together our top 5 favorite European destinations for cultural travel this spring. Enjoy! Where would you like to go first
It is that time of the year again, and Christmas is coming closer! As Christmas markets were allowed to reopen again in Austria last weekend, we thought we would seize the chance to take you to a few of our favorites! We’ll also take a look at lovely Christmas markets in our neighboring countries Germany and Switzerland, so bundle up and get ready for some mulled wine and hot punch!
When it comes to city breaks, most people tend to visit the largest cities. However, they are often too crowded and that can ruin your perfectly planned trip. That’s why it’s a good idea to visit a smaller city that gives you a more intimate, relaxed, and unique experience and time to explore a place in peace. There are a lot of cities like this worth mentioning if you’re into exploring Europe, but this time we bring you the 10 most beautiful small cities in Europe that you will love for sure.
Even though we all sometimes wonder if street art is even legal, we love to see great artwork around the city streets. If the art appears at specific, dedicated places then it is official and legal, and we’re glad that there are quite a few such places around European cities. Street art in European cities varies from fine art to artistic doodles, and you can see everything from famous people, fantasy creatures, political events, and so on… What are the best locations to admire some cool street art in Europe? Keep reading to find out…
Europe, the Old Continent, has so many amazing culturally rich countries with tons of interesting cultural places around them. It is always difficult to say which countries are the best or the most beautiful ones, so we’ve been curious to know if there’s an official, real list of top cultures in Europe. Based on a range of factors, including creative exports and the impact of UNESCO sites on its economy, the Good Country Index listed 125 countries by their influence on the culture around the globe. Here we listed and reviewed the 10 most culturally rich countries in Europe, so keep reading and enjoy.
We all have that one city that we are dying to get back to. One of ours is definitely Barcelona. Everything in Barcelona is perfect, the people, the streets, the food, the beaches… You can’t have bad times in Barcelona. And it’s perfect no matter what season of the year it is. Here we are bringing you 8 things you will love about Barcelona, and sure there is more.
If you feel like traveling but don’t have enough time to plan a 7-10 days trip you might need just a couple of days to reset your mind and get away from everyday activities without taking a day off at work. Europe is full of cities that are just perfect for weekend getaways. You just have to pack a few things and get going. If you don’t want to think much about which city to visit just pick one from our list of 5 perfect weekend getaways in Europe.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money on your travels to have a good time. There are many cities in Europe that are budget-friendly and offer a lot of awesome sights to see along with promising you a good time. So, in order to inspire you to travel more even if you’re living on a budget, we created this list of 10 best cheap cities in Europe.
Don’t you just love the Old Continent? It is full of so many amazing destinations, that you will need your whole life to explore everything properly. That’s why many of the destinations get overlooked by the popular ones, such as London, Paris, Rome, and many others. That’s why we decided to show you more of those overlooked destinations — here are top underrated cities in Europe.