Lisbon – City trip in 72 hours

Take the time to explore and visit one of the oldest cities in Europe, located on the Iberian Peninsula at the Atlantic Ocean and the River Tagus. Today, Lisbon enjoys great importance in finance, tourism as well as international trade. It is the 7th most visited city in southern Europe and we are going to…

The city of Peter the Great – St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg – Russia’s gateway to Europe. Impressive, majestical, imperious, and just beautiful. Over centuries the centre of political power and until today the literary and cultural capital of the Russian Federation. Traversed by more than 60 rivers and canals, the city of Peter the Great is also called the Venice of the North. Around…

72 hours in Uruguay – a journey through Colonia and Montevideo

Experience thriving city life and historic riverside towns – all in one unforgettable weekend in the exotic country Uruguay. Listen to the sea gulls crow during early morning hours at the relaxed waterfront promenade, wander around ancient trails in the historic center of Colonia and enjoy the picturesque beaches in Montevideo. We started with the ferry…

Armenia – a journey through an undiscovered country!

A couple of weeks ago, we wrote a post about Armenia for the first time. We gave you several reasons to visit the capital of the country. But apart from its vibrant capital Yerevan, Armenia has far more to offer and it would be unfair not to report about our experiences on the countryside. Once…

Why are there no McDonald´s restaurants in Kosovo (yet)?

Prior to explaining the actual situation, we want to share our short trip to Kosovo with you. In February 2017 we went to Macedonia, Albania, and Kosovo for a total of five days. We certainly had a pretty tight schedule but still were able to visit the most interesting places in these non-touristic countries. Prizren…

Ever heard of Tirana?

We never had Tirana on our bucket list, but actually, this capital and beating heart of Albania is just amazing and offers a lot of fun. Tirana underwent a huge transformation from a communist capital to a city of modern consumerism. Cafés, restaurants, bars and clubs –  Tirana has got it all – and by…

Skopje and around

In early February of 2017, we travelled to Skopje and other unique places in the Balkan region. Those were the first travel destinations we have not had any specific knowledge of, and neither did we know what to expect of them in terms of people, culture and landscape. So to say a completely unique journey. One…

Samoa – the pearl of the South Pacific

Imagine, you wake up under a roof made out of palm tree leaves. You can hear the waves breaking over the reef.  Open your eyes, inhale through your nose and smell the odor of the sea. Get up and walk down the stairs to the beach. A few meters to go and you will be…

Living in Buenos Aires

A few months ago, I had the amazing chance to live and work for three months in the flourishing city of Buenos Aires in Argentina. This metropole offers great, diverse food, a pulsating nightlife and welcoming and incredibly friendly people. The City With 13 million people living in the metropolitan area of Buenos Aires, the…

Jumilla – a Spanish paradise for wine lovers.

There is a place, where the light reveals a rich heritage of past days and its unique climate creates a perfect environment to grow one of the best European wines. The Spanish Murcia region, is well-known for an exquisite cuisine, delicious wines, 330 days of sunshine a year and stunning beaches. We visited this region…