Tiles, alleys, tram rides, graffiti – this describes the beautiful and lively Lisbon. I was really happy when it finally happened in June and I could fly to Lisbon. Lisbon, also called the city of the 7 hills, is located directly at the Tejo and you always have a guarantee for good weather and sunshine. Perfect conditions to explore this beautiful city. Beautiful lanes, house facades decorated with tiles, steep hills and fantastic views over the city are guaranteed. For all sun worshippers, here are my tips for a few unforgettable days in Lisbon.
Turin, also called the green oasis, is unfortunately often ignored by many travelers, but the city has so much to offer. Turin surprises on every corner, piazzas, palaces and greenery are in the city on the Po. I spent three days here, what I have discovered and what you definitely should not miss you can read here now. Have fun 🙂
This year was the first time I went to the City of Angels and Los Angeles. It was an exciting and thrilling time that I will never forget. The city has a lot to offer and corners that perhaps not everyone knows or that can be found immediately in the travel guide. You probably know some of them but maybe some not 😉 So here are my secret places and hidden gems for and in Los Angeles. Have fun with it
When I arrived in San Francisco, I had to survive jet lag. 9h time difference to Germany was not so easy to handle. I forced myself to stay awake until the evening to get straight in and it really worked, even when it was hard. We still had 3 days left in SF then we started our roadtrip to Los Angeles and I was full of anticipation.
This weekend I went on another journey. As you know I love to travel and I try to spend every free time I have on the road looking at new countries and cities. This time a very special weekend was planned, a mother-daughter recreation weekend in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. While searching for a suitable accommodation, the 4* Boutique Hotel Obermühle immediately caught my eye.
If you’ve already read my road trip blog about my trip from San Francisco to Los Angeles, you’re certainly looking forward to more tips and highlights from the northern California city. Some of them are so unique that you won’t find them in any other city. So here are my San Francisco tips for an unforgettable trip: 1. Drive the cable car San Francisco’s cable cars are unique. They are mainly used by tourists-simply because of the price. Originally there were 23 lines, of which only three remain today. The most beautiful and popular route is that of Fisherman’s Wharf over Russian Hill Park on Lombard Street. You should not…