Germany Travel Guide

Germany Travel

Since I moved to Germany almost a year ago I’ve always said that save for a few flaws, it is my perfect Utopia. While you may or may not agree, Germany is a diverse country offering visitors everything from outdoor adventures, a new-age art and culture scene along side the classical, good food and beverage and convenient transportation. Visiting one part of Germany isn’t enough, so pack your bags and explore the N, E, S and W to indulge all your senses.

The Latest on Germany

Hipster and Sustainable City Guide to Munich

Hipster and Sustainable City Guide to Munich

15/06/2018

The Munich hipster scene might be the most hipstery in the world. Ok, ok… maybe not. Sure it is not

    The Royal Bavarian: A Grand 25Hours Hotel in the Heart of Munich

    The Royal Bavarian: A Grand 25Hours Hotel in the Heart of Munich

    06/06/2018

    “Blue, the color of Bavarian royalty, floods your senses as you glide across the dark blue carpet and the cool

      Munich Winter Activities: 21 Things to do to Beat the Cold

      Munich Winter Activities: 21 Things to do to Beat the Cold

      24/02/2018

      Munich is the picture perfect European city in the Winter, especially after a snowfall. The snow dusts the churches and

        Working with Samos Volunteers: Moving to Greece to Volunteer in a Refugee Camp

        Working with Samos Volunteers: Moving to Greece to Volunteer in a Refugee Camp

        07/01/2018

        You heard right, on Wednesday, January 10th I leave my cozy home in Munich, Germany and I am moving to

          Ultimate Munich Nightlife, Bar and Drinking Guide: Where and What to Drink

          Ultimate Munich Nightlife, Bar and Drinking Guide: Where and What to Drink

          04/01/2018

          Munich is known for their beer, but if you came here only looking for traditional Bavarian beer, you’re seriously missing

            Almabtrieb – The Autumn Cow Parade in the Alps

            Almabtrieb – The Autumn Cow Parade in the Alps

            01/10/2017

            “It’s not over until the cows come home.” A popular quote, but does anyone know where it originates? Well, right