Museum of Fine Arts
Wasserski Hooksiel © Wasserskilift Hooksiel, Fotografin Rita Elter
Strand Warnemünde © Tourismusverband Mecklenburg-Vorpommern e.V.
Schloss Sanssouci © DZT, Fotograf Dirk Topel Kommunikation GmbH
Elbe riverside beach © Hamburg Marketing GmbH, Fotograf Christian Spahrbier
Herrenhäuser Gärten © Hannover Marketing und Tourismus GmbH, Fotograf Karl Johaentges
Must Sees in Germany
4 colours of summer
Amazing colours of Germans summer
The bike road to Wismar is the best for painter!
On the way to Wismar
One summer day)
Jasmund National Park
Jasmund National Park
The White Chalky Cliffs that aren't Dover!
When you think of white chalky cliffs, what's the first destination that pops to mind? For many it's the Cliffs of Dover in England, however, Germany has a similar coastline of its own. Located in the northeastern part of Ruegen Island, the cliffs of Jasmund National Park rise up to 161 meters above the Baltic Sea. The most famous spot in the park is Koenigsstuhl, an outcrop that jets out like a "king's chair" - hence the name. This is a beautiful area for hikers and nature lovers, and it showcases a side of Germany that not many know about.
Taste test at the Pickle Museum!
In Spreewald, cucumbers (or gherkins) are a big deal! There's even a festival where girls from the area submit their pickle recipes, and the one with the best tasting one gets crowned the Pickle Queen for the year. I had the opportunity to visit the Gurkenmuseum (Pickle Museum) where I was able to try last year's winning recipe - a sweet pickle that would be a really nice addition on any hamburger or hot dog. If you're looking for a unique museum with tasty treats, this one's it!
A németek jól fociznak, ez nem újdonság. Látogass el személyesen az FC Bayern Müncheni otthonába, az Allianz Arenába, nézz meg egy meccset, amit nem felejtesz el többet, vagy vegyél részt egy vezetésen az élményvilágban!
#youth #mustsees #munich
Fotó © Allianz Arena
A step back in time at Freilandmuseum Lehde
My visit to Freilandmuseum Lehde was the closest thing to time-travelling back to the 19th century and setting foot in a Sorbian village where customs and traditions remain frozen in time. Not only was this open air museum incredibly picturesque, but it also revealed a lot of unique traits about Sorbian culture. As I visited the houses I learned that family beds for 3 generations were once common, that brides wore black and green instead of white, and that snakes were regarded as symbols of good fortune and health. Quite the history lesson!