September 2023

September 9, 2023

Vienna Restaurants

Vienna’s culinary scene is as rich as its cultural calendar: it thrives on the delicacies of Austrian cuisine and borrows from international influences, such as nearby Italy and Germany. The restaurants in the former imperial capital reflect this, offering traditional, stunning food that ranges from the classic wiener schnitzel and Sachertorte to insider treats, such as Frittatensuppe or Tafelspitz. We […]

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September 9, 2023

Must-See Places In Vienna

Hofburg Palace The Hofburg Palace in Vienna provides an authentic view into the daily life of what was once the center of the powerful Hasburg dynasty, a family that once ruled the Austria-Hungry empire. The house of Hasburg was one of the most important dynasties in Europe at the time as it produced some of […]

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September 9, 2023

Vienna Hidden Gem

Vienna Hidden Gem If you already know the typical sights in Vienna and want to experience something a bit different on your city trip to Vienna, then you’ve come to the right place. Kahlenberg – The most beautiful viewpoint in Vienna Whenever we asked people for their favorite spot for the best view of the […]

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April 26, 2022

Amsterdram Best Place to Go

Rijksmuseum One of the most popular places to visit in Amsterdam for art fanatics, this Museum goes back to 1809 when it was built to house the brilliant art and antiques of the nation in more than 250 rooms. There is also a huge library with an extensive collection of more than 35,000 books and [...]
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April 26, 2022

Hidden Gems of Amsterdam

De Waag The oldest remaining non-religious building in Amsterdam, Now a pleasant restaurant in the heart of a square that overlooks a particularly pretty canal, you would never have guessed that De Waag was once part of the historic city walls of Amsterdam. Dating all the way back to the 15th-century, De Waag is the [...]
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April 26, 2022

Dining in Amsterdam

The White Room (With its tall columns and metallic flourishes, it would perhaps be more accurate to call this restaurant the “White and Gold Room.” Jokes aside, it’s considered the oldest restaurant in Amsterdam, having opened in 1885 inside the Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky on Dam Square. The wine list mixes well-known and surprising bottles, including [...]
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April 3, 2022

Dinning in Athens

A little Taste of Home We are proud to prepare for your global food journey, with dishes full of history and stories. Our food is: Nutritious, healthy & wholesome – home food made with care Made with fresh & flavorful ingredients – we prepare daily Simple– you know what you are eating and is well [...]
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April 3, 2022

Must-see attractions in Athens

The Acropolis Few sights in the world compare to Athens’ Acropolis, with its Parthenon temple perched high on a rocky crag keeping watch over centuries of civilization. The Acropolis is one of the world’s most breathtaking ancient ruins. A reminder of the glory of ancient Athens, the Acropolis was the center of the ancient city [...]
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April 3, 2022

Athens Hidden Gems

Anafiotika JUST BELOW THE NORTH SLOPE of the Acropolis and above Plaka is Anafiotika is a tiny neighborhood of whitewashed houses built according to Cycladic architecture. Wandering among these houses will make you feel as though you’ve been transported to a Greek island. In 1840, experienced builders from the island of Anafi came to Athens [...]
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August 12, 2021

Berlin’s Attraction

Reichstag The Reichstag, Germany’s main Parliament building, an incredibly beautiful and distinctive building in Mitte, Berlin. Today tourists can have the amazing privilege of ascending into the great glass dome and gazing upon the exciting city it is home to, as well as learning a thing or two about the dramatic history. Unter den Linden [...]
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