Wasserski Hooksiel © Wasserskilift Hooksiel, Fotografin Rita Elter
Elbe riverside beach © Hamburg Marketing GmbH, Fotograf Christian Spahrbier
Museum of Fine Arts
Dahner Felsenland © Rheinland-Pfalz Tourismus GmbH
Saarschleife © Tourismus Zentrale Saarland, Fotograf Eike Dubois
Strand Warnemünde © Tourismusverband Mecklenburg-Vorpommern e.V.
Wartburg © Thüringer Tourismus GmbH
Must Sees in Germany
Rothenburg ob der Tauber
Perfect Snack - Rothenburger Schneeballen
Rothenburger Schneeballen, or Rothenburg Snowballs, are small pastries that are common in this part of Germany, but especially so in Rothenburg. They’re simple really, just traditional pastry dough that’s fried and then drenched with powdered sugar. And yes, they’re just as good as they sound. They also come in a wide variety of options, including a chocolate version that I loved especially. They make excellent presents to take back home since they can last for weeks and travel well.
Esslingen am Neckar
Sampling Germany’s Oldest Sparkling Wine
Something unexpected surprises visitors to Esslingen, near Stuttgart - the oldest producer of sparkling wines in Germany. For more than 180 years, Kessler has been producing acclaimed sparkling wines in vaults that are more than 800-years old. Still adhering to the traditional method of producing these specialty wines, they are rotated by hand just as they have been for centuries and a visit to sample them is a must-do activity when visiting this beautiful town.
Dall’8 al 10 maggio ad Amburgo si festeggia l’anniversario del porto con una grande festa, parate di navi, musica e, sabato sera, spettacolari fuochi d’artificio. #hamburg #youth #mustsees #festivalsevents
Foto © Hamburg Marketing GmbH / Imagekontor Spahrbier Christian
Traditional Black Forest Cake At Lienhart’s Bakery in Freiburg
Traditional Black Forest Cake was actually “invented” (or at least first mentioned in print) in the early 20th century and its name comes from the distinctive liquor used in its preparation. A special tart cherry kirsch from the Black Forest is the only acceptable ingredient to add to the layers of chocolate, whipped cream and cherries that make an authentic cake, as I learned one morning in Freiburg when a local baker taught me how to make my own cake. Watching his trained hands it seemed easy, but of course it takes a lot of practice to make this now traditional and always delicious dessert.
The nicest shop in the world
Transport yourself to XIX century visiting this molkerei, a impressive shop where you can found quality products related with the milk, like cheese and yogourt
Time Walking in Freiburg
Go Back In Time With The Black Forest Girl
Freiburg is everything an old German city in the Southwest should be. Warm and welcoming people, delicious food and of course a rich history. As a history buff that’s what first few me in to this charming town, and why I decided to go on a very special tour of the old town.
I joined the “Black Forest Girl,” an elaborately dressed mädchen who took me down the winding alleyways of this gorgeous town. I learned a lot, but more importantly I had a ton of fun. I’ve always said that on tours how you feel is just as important as what you learn, and I left thrilled with my decision to visit Freiburg.
Itt egy tuti tipp a következő városlátogatásodhoz #Hamburgba: felkapott, menő és egyszerűen csak egy kicsit más – ez a „Superbude” hotel és hosztel Hamburgban. http://www.germany.travel/hotspots/stream/feed/city_id/2/category_id/4 #youth #mustsees #germanytourism
Fotó © Superbude Hostel
Villeroy & Boch Discovery Centre
GRASUINEN TUSSEN TWEE EEUWEN KERAMIEKKUNST
Mettlach in Saarland is een ware verademing in het (post) industriële landschap langs de Saar en meteen goed voor twee hotspots van formaat: het adembenemende panorama over de Saarschleife en de Villeroy & Boch zetel in de oude abdij. Het museum houdt je al gauw enkele uren zoet, meer dan 2 eeuwen keramiekkunst en oerduits vakmanschap passeert de revue in een scenografie die kan tellen. Dit wil je niet missen.