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Vintage Shopping in Berlin

November 23, 2016

In case you haven’t figured it out yet, I’m kinda obsessed with vintage, sustainable and eco shopping. When it comes to the latter, Berlin has it all. Vegan supermarkets, shoe shops, ethically made-in-Germany clothing shops, you name it. But when it comes to vintage stores, there’s only a select few that caught my attention. If you’re interested in vintage clothes, definitely check out the places listed below. Continue Reading…

berlin, city breaks, featured, germany, travel

Sunset from the Reichstag Dome

November 2, 2016

The Reichstag Dome is one of the most beautiful structures in Germany’s capital, with hundreds of mirrors circling a dome and looking out at the stunning views of Berlin. The parliament originally had a stone dome but it was damaged in the war. In the 1960s, the Reichstag was restored and later, in the 90s, Sir Norman Foster designed a new, eco-friendly dome that collects rainwater and the mirrors even light up the room below. Continue Reading…

dresden, germany, travel

My First Hostel Experience (Kangaroo-Stop)

October 31, 2016

Believe it or not, until recently I have never stayed in a hostel. In every city, I’ve managed to find good airbnbs for cheap prices or I’ve been lucky enough to stay in a hotel. However, when I decided to spend the weekend in Dresden from Berlin, a hostel seemed like the best option and we couldn’t have wished for a better experience. Continue Reading…

germany, meißen, small towns, travel

The Fairytale Town of Meißen

October 11, 2016

Meißen is the perfect town to visit on a day trip from Dresden, only 25km away. Either get the train, or cycle north along the Elbe river bank if the weather permits. The town is famous for porcelain and even has a museum dedicated to it. However, the town’s magic comes from the buildings, the people and the old-worldly vibe, unlike big cities in Germany. Continue Reading…