Multicultural, innovative and colourful are just a few of the adjectives that spring to mind when thinking of Berlin. Everything you see in this city hides a secret which is ready to be uncovered. While walking through the streets, if you look carefully, you will notice that most of the monuments, the parks, the roads […]


Berlin has something for everyone: whether you’re a hipster or history fan, music lover or art fanatic, fashionista, foodie or techno-loving night owl. Whatever your interests, this guide has been compiled to help make your time in this vibrant city as exciting and worthwhile as possible. We have made it our mission to visit and […]

Lyon: It’s better than Paris

Lyon may be called ‘France’s Second City,’ yet in reality it trumps its capital counterpart in nearly every category. Paris has the Seine? That’s cute. Lyon offers a choice of rivers, the Rhône and Saône. Whereas Parisians often meet travellers with a scowl of resentment, the Lyonnais are keen to share a smile and a […]

Madrid No Borders

Hola! Welcome to the city of Madrid. In this guide you will find tips and advice on a range of interesting things to do and see in Madrid, including where to eat, shop, party and explore. Madrid is a very lively city that has something for everyone to enjoy. It is said that the Spanish […]

Berlin Bearings

WILLKOMMEN IN BERLIN…And welcome to the city that never sleeps! A city dripping in history and culture. A city where you’re in the minority if you don’t have a facial piercing. If you’ve been here before, you will definitely have seen him around. If not, prepare to get an eyeful! He’s the Berlin Bear, official […]

Fine Art in Berlin

The Museum Für Gegenwart (Museum for the Present) is contemporary art in its finest form. Once a terminal station of the Berlin rail network the grand neoclassical style building now houses an impressive collection of art, photography, film and elaborate installations. The permanent collection boasts works by the likes of Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol; […]

Sorgenfrei in Schöneberg

Stroll halfway down Goltzstrasse and roll back the decades by paying a visit to Sorgenfrei. This 1950s/60s inspired café-cum-flea market is the epitome of kitsch chic and a must-see for any discerning lover of all things yester year. Established in 1997 this café is crammed with by-gone trinkets; each piece lovingly hand selected and beautifully […]

Berlin Outdoors

In a place as vibrant as Berlin, it is very easy for visitors to become preoccupied with seeing and doing as much as possible. However, the best way to get to know the city can sometimes be as simple as sitting back and taking a moment out to capture what’s going on around you. From […]

Sanssouci Park

Home to the great Sanssouci Palace, seven particularly impressive buildings and a single church, Sanssouci Park, located within Potsdam, is certainly worth visiting. Easily reached by train, just a 40 minute journey from Haupt­banhof on the S-Bahn, Potsdam is a small town well known for its grand architecture. The walk from station to park alone […]

Four days in Berlin

Day 1: First, visit the Reichstag, one of Berlin’s most popular sites for visitors but worth the queues. Next head to the Brandenburg Gate for a cheesy but necessary tourist photo on your way to the Holocaust Memorial. From here you can work your way up to Potsdamer Platz and down Stressmannstraße to the Topography […]


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