Katies Blue Cat
Ostertor © Bremer Touristik-Zentrale, Fotografin Manuela Gangl
Cafébar © Cafébar im Brückenhäuschen
Barrios Fotografin Helena Maier
Bars & Cafes in Germany
Pork and all from Bavarium
Bavarium is very traditional restaurant in downtown. Of course the pork is very very good, but the fried chicken is also delicious! #joingermantradition#foodanddrink#hannover
Düsseldorf old town - the 'world's longest bar'
Compared with Uerige Brewery, Kurzer is a new one making beer with modern ways. Your can drink very fresh beer through a long tube, mmmm...... very good! #joingermantradition#foodanddrink#dusseldorf
Media Harbour Düsseldorf
Rhine Tower and Three Cool Building
Media Harbor is a very modern district that you must go in Dusseldorf, and you will find a lot of thing interesting, architecture, cafe, restaurant, and luxury hotel. Got to the 168 meter of Rhine tower, the Rhine river and the whole city is in your eyes. #joingermantradition#livingtraditions#dusseldorf
Schloskrug am Dom
Traditional German Food In Glorious Setting
High up above the UNESCO World Heritage City of Quedlinburg is the imposing Castle Mount overlooking the timber-clad building city. Just as you enter the area is the Schloskrug Restaurant which has tables with the same view and serves authentic, tasty and sensibly priced traditional German food including the (very tasty) Original Thuringer Bratwurst with sauerkraut and fried potatoes and trout caught in the near rivers. It is a good hearty walk up from the Old Town to the Mount to view the important church and museum - and so a perfect place to plan to stop and refuel with yummy German dishes.
3 min to the Black Forest
The Schlossberg tram was only a 3min ride, but officially brought me to the black forest from Freiburg. The Schlossbergrestaurant Dattler was not just a restarant. It was also a perfect terrace to enjoy dinner and the Freiburg sunset.
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.
Sunday brunch with a view
On a gorgeous spring day, take a train to Blankenese and enjoy a drink at Strand Hotel with a view at the beach
Seafood at trendy bistro
Fish stew, German-style fish and chips, and more at the seriously hip Heimat restaurant inside the dynamic and trendy 25Hours. When it comes to urban chic details, this place is pretty hard to beat.