In May 2023 we spent 5 days on the beautiful Mediterranean island of Cyprus and saw and experienced a lot. In this article you can find out whether a visit is worthwhile and what we can recommend.
At the end of October we were drawn out into the world again. Our first flight since the beginning of the Corona pandemic was via Athens to Crete. The largest Greek island convinced us during the holiday preparation with valuable history, lots of culture and beautiful nature. The weather is characterized by the Mediterranean climate, so the summers are hot and dry and the winters are rainy and mild. You can find out what you can experience on the sunniest island in the Mediterranean here in this article.
something else after all the air travel over the last few years. You can find out how we enjoyed the 5 days in Krakow and what travel tips we have for your city trip in the article.
Going on holiday with a young child is exciting and flying for the first time is an adventure. It used to be that you quickly went through security or from the arrival gate to the baggage carousel. With a child you need rest and time - throughout the holiday. In this article you can find out what our experiences were like on the flight, in the hotel and while sightseeing in Vienna with a small child.
The Swiss Alps have so much to offer and not just in winter. We ventured to Davos in August and wanted to know what you can do with a small child in the summer. You can read what we experienced in Davos and its surroundings in this article.
The sunny island of Usedom lives up to its name. We drove towards the Baltic Sea in the worst of the rain and as soon as we passed the bridge to the island, we had a bright blue sky and the sun was smiling at us. Perfect! That's how it should be.
At the beginning of our southern Germany autumn road trip we visited the Bavarian capital Munich. Since Christian is often in the city for work, he already knew some beautiful corners and finally wanted to show them to me. So far I've only ever driven past or through Munich on my way to a skiing holiday. So it was high time!
1167 von Erzbischof Absalon gegründet, ist Kopenhagen mit "nur" etwa 580000 Einwohnern, verglichen mit anderen Metropolen Europas, eigentlich eine recht kleine Hauptstadt. Doch genau das macht ihren Charme aus! Sie gibt einem dadurch ein sehr heimisches Gefühl, auch wenn man das erste Mal da ist. Direkt am Öresund und der gleichnamigen Brücke gelegen, ist sie ein echtes Juwel der skandinavischen Hauptstädte. Während eines verlängerten Wochenendes besuchten wir die folgenden Sehenswürdigkeiten von Kopenhagen.