berlin

Matkasuunnitelmat vuodelle 2020 – Unelmista totta – Finland Travel Article

Matkasuunnitelmat vuodelle 2020 – Unelmista totta Siis voi kuulkaa toverit, kyllä elämä on ihanaa, kun sen oikein oivaltaa! Jälleen on uusi vuosi ja sen myötä uudet entistä uljaammat kujeet ja suuremmat seikkailut maailman eri kolkkiin tiedossa.Aiemmin kerroin viime vuoden ikimuistoisimmista reissukokemuksista ja kommelluksista, ja vuosi 2019 oli kyllä kaiken kaikkiaan hieno reissuvuosi. Sen lisäksi työrintamalla meni niin lujaa, että jouluun mennessä olin muistinmenetyksen ja burn outin partaalla. Senpä takia olikin entistä hienompaa päästä vaihtamaan vapaalle ja suuntaamaan Kaakkois-Aasian auringon alle…

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11 European Cities For Foodies – Mark’s Travel Journal – Business Travel Article

11 European Cities For Foodies – Mark’s Travel Journal The European culinary scene is ever-evolving. Many of the cities on this list might not have been considered major players in the food scene just a few years ago, which makes Europe such an exciting destination for foodies. Here are 11 cities in Europe that food lovers will surely enjoy exploring. COPENHAGEN Copenhagen was the city that spawned the ‘New Nordic Cuisine’ culinary trend back in the early aughts. Championed by…

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A visit to Alte Nationalgalerie in Berlin – Scandinavian Travel Article

A visit to Alte Nationalgalerie in Berlin One of my favorite things to do in weekends is to explore Berlin’s cultural scene. The most famous “institution” in that sector is called the Museum Island (or Museumsinsel) where beautiful museums such as Alte Nationalgalerie, Bode Museum and Pergamon Museum are towering side by side. In this post, I’m going to tell you about the first one, Alte Nationalgalerie, founded in 1861. Inside, you’ll feel the presence of history while exploring an impressive collection…

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Top 8 Museums and Historical Sights in Berlin that You Should Not Miss – Singapore Travel Blog – Couples Travel Article

Top 8 Museums and Historical Sights in Berlin that You Should Not Miss – Singapore Travel Blog 14 August, 2018 Berlin has been through quite a bit of history from the devastation of the Second World War to almost 40 years of divided East and West Berlin by the construction of the Berlin Wall during the Cold War. Although it has been about 30 years since the collapse of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany, Deutsche Demokratische Republik, or…

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Once upon a time: a guide to classic Berlin – Scandinavian Travel Article

Once upon a time: a guide to classic Berlin Continued… So now you’ve been on a journey back in time. You’ve experienced Berlin how it once was and you’ve hopefully come to understand what has shaped the German capital as we know it today.If you’re just half as intrigued as I am about getting a taste of the grand past of the city, you’ll be pleased to know that there are still a handful of places (or more) where you can…

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German-Efficient Itinerary to See the Best of Berlin – Travel Article

Berlin is a big city. And if you’re like me, you flew over with a few landmarks to see in mind, but without an established plan of action to tackle them all, let alone figuring out which actually merit a visit. Furthermore, if you have a few other cities to visit during your Eurotrip, and only have a day or two in Berlin (because let’s face it, it was one of the cheapest hubs to fly into), then you’re going…

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My Berlin: interview and travel tips for the German capital – Scandinavian Travel Article

My Berlin: interview and travel tips for the German capital I’ve called Berlin my home for going on 3 years now, and those years have been the most crazy, fun and challenging of my life. To me, Berlin, has a very special vibe that you won’t find anywhere else in the world, and for now, I’m happy to call it home. So when I had the opportunity to do an interview with the Danish Berlin-blog Vild med Berlin, I grabbed…

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