Tag: Germany

48 Hours In Berlin, Germany

Berlin, what could we say? First of all, we need to accept the fact that most European cities look the prettiest from late spring to early autumn. Then we need to consider the fact that the most crowded season of the year is exactly that. And living in Europe, where could we travel for a…
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Hiking In Germany’s Berchtesgaden National Park In Autumn

Autumn is coming. Among other things, it means the end of another hiking season, especially as the weather gets harsh and snowy in the high mountains. But that doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of the last warmer, sunnier days of autumn, and explore hiking trails at lower elevations. Let us show you a pretty…
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Monthly Recap: March 2019

March was sunny and busy. 🙂 We spent our time visiting family, hunting for wildflowers and waterfalls, returning to places we love and exploring new ones. We’ve been to two countries, Germany and Slovenia, and we’ve hiked a lot. We are simply happy that winter is really over and our favorite part of the year…
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Almbachklamm, A Fairy Tale Gorge In The Bavarian Alps

We are huge fans of pretty gorges and waterfalls – of which the Alps have no shortage of. Even if you are not an experienced hiker, most of these canyons reward you with stunning views in exchange of climbing some stairs and ladders. Almbachklamm is one of the best ones located in the Bavarian Alps.…
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The Magic Of Autumn At Königsee, Germany

We hope you’re not bored to death by all the autumn photo essays we’ve published lately. Because this is yet another one. 😛 Our only excuse is that we can’t have enough of the beautiful colors of autumn, like ever. And we try to capture this beauty. If you’d rather read something useful, maybe check…
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Exploring Stuttgart And Places Nearby

If you ask about people’s favorite German city, I guess very few would mention Stuttgart. At first glance, there’s not much there, Stuttgart is rather an industrial city and not a typical one for tourists. There’s stuff to see here – cool stuff! My brother worked in Stuttgart for half a year so we grabbed…
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