As we grow up, we learn things that we should do and what we shouldn’t do around other people. It is something that is usually bred into you by your grandmother more than anyone else (or perhaps that was just mine). Cultural faux pas’ are something to think about. Now that we are adults we know all the rules and what we can and cannot do and keep the world spinning in the right direction. Right?
Summer is slowly saying goodbye, the leaves change colors and the temperature starts to go down. Before you get sad, remember that this means the time for autumn travels is here! What is that? Where should you go? Keep reading and I will answer those questions.
The times where only framed pictures were considered art are over. Now we can see art all around us in what is now coined as Street Art. We can see how cities are shaped by colourful walls and new directions and so is Freiburg.
Dresden is one of the most visited cities in Germany and the capital of Saxony. So you have probably read several articles about this place. I am going to give you a few recommendations outside of the most known places of the city. Something where you will not be overrun by hordes of tourists from all over the world, but where you might actually meet locals.
Wait a minute! You haven’t heard the name Chemnitz at all and have no clue where exactly it is? Well let me assure you, you are one of many people. Even in Germany this city is not exactly famous and is more known by its former GDR name Karl-Marx-City.
The capital city of Germany, second most populous city in European Union. One of the most developed, but also battling the ideologies throughout history. Berlin certainly is a special place on the European map. Why is it worth seeing? Let’s find out!