When we think about Germany, we often think lederhosen, unnecessarily large beer steins, castles, cuckoo clocks, and sausages but the country is so much more. Those that are seeking for something equally as beautiful, culture filled, but at the same time incredibly approachable, and easy to explore, make sure to add Bremen to that list. […]
Germany Travel Guide
More than beer tents and currywurst.
There's nothing more quintessential than going to one of Munich's biergartens especially during Oktoberfest to grab a pint with your friends or even random strangers. It's an experience I totally recommend. Going beyond the ale is a country that has an exciting mix of medieval towns, sweeping forests, modern metropolises, and historic sites. Germany is a big country and offers a lot for travellers.
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In the Northwestern part of Germany lies a hidden gem. No, it’s not Hamburg, it’s a city called Bremen and if you follow the Weser River north, you’ll reach its sister city, Bremerhaven. They’re off the beaten path for most but if you’ve been as I have, you know that these two cities have an […]
Hamburg is weird, wild, and wonderful Over the years I’ve had a chance to explore a many number of regions of Germany including big cities and smaller towns but there’s nothing quite like the experience I had in Hamburg. What I experienced was something so profoundly exciting and energizing, I was completely blown away. Hamburg […]
Day 9 of our 9 day trip to Germany in the fall We decided the previous night that that we were going to give today a shot with the standby. Despite the loads looking quite terrible because of Hurricane Sandy, cancelled flights and misconnects, we had a glimmer of hope when those same misconnects allowed […]
Day 8 of our 9 day trip to Germany in the fall Early this morning I was in a half-asleep state but what happened was pretty hilarious. What we found out the night before was that the clock was going back an hour for daylight saving. Before going to bed some of us manually set […]
Day 7 of our 9 day trip to Germany in the fall Snowed In We wake up this morning and guess what we’re treated with?? Snow! It’s supposed to be close to 0C the whole day. I opened the window in our hostel room and literally bust out in insanity laughter. I can’t believe I […]
Day 6 of our 9 day trip to Germany in the fall Emily and David left a bit earlier than us to catch their train to Bonn to visit a friend so we didn’t get to see them. Train Ride to Rothenburg ob der Tauber The rest of us checked out of the hotel at […]
Day 5 of our 9 day trip to Munich in the fall After a very long day in Füssen, we got to sleep a little bit more which was much needed. We met up in the lobby at 9:30AM. Journey to Dachau For breakfast we hit up the main station once again. After that we […]
Day 4 of our 9 day trip to Munich in the fall Currently on the train towards Fussen this morning so trying to get things set up. I’ll try to finish it on our way back! From Munich to Füssen This morning was a bit of a challenge to wake up considering I had a massive […]
Day 3 of our 9 day trip to Munich in the fall Preface: I have been trying to write these blogs as we go along and it’s kind of working except there’s no wifi at the hotel so we’ve been relying on finding free wifi areas around the city. We agreed to meet in the […]