From advice for solo adventurers to money-saving methods, here are 10 tips for traveling to Europe for the first time.
Yes, it’s possible to see the best of Berlin, Germany in just a day! From the Berlin Wall to Brandenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie, here’s how to do it.
It could have been gorgeous St. Stephen’s Cathedral, the delicious gingerbread or confluence of three rivers. Whatever it was, Passau cast a spell on me.
Being one of the world’s best preserved medieval cities, it’s easy to feel like you’re stepping back in time when visiting Regensberg, Germany.
It has a dark history, but Nuremberg has lots for visitors to see including fortified castles, charming laneways and Europe’s best Christmas market.
Even if the idea of getting sloshed with strangers doesn’t sound appealing, a trip to Oktoberfest is definitely something to add to the old bucket list.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Wilhelmshöhe Park in Kassel, Germany has a towering monument, greenhouse, walking trails, museum, water show and two castles.
Built on the banks of a fast-flowing river, Hann Münden, Germany is now most famous for its crooked, half timber houses and picturesque cobblestone streets.
Home to Christmas markets, fortresses and a Night Watchman’s tour, Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany is well worth a visit if you find yourself near the Romantic Road.
My sights are set on the central European countries, and will include some pretty bucket list-worthy adventures. On top of all that, we’ll be renting a car as we navigate through five countries—hopefully we’re still on speaking terms by the end of the trip!