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An insider’s guide to Frankfurt

An insider’s guide to Frankfurt

Frankfurt is a city of many sides. From the booming business environment and slick financial districts to the traditional buildings and eclectic restaurants, the city has a unique, distinctive character that attracts and welcomes visitors year after year. To get a true feel for this intriguing city, we decided to seek the valuable input of...
Go Medieval in Nuremberg's Old Town

Go Medieval in Nuremberg’s Old Town

Bavaria’s second city, Nuremberg, is bursting at the seams with history: both ancient and modern. Take a stroll through the old town’s cobbled streets to discover fascinating traces of the city’s medieval past.  Nuremberg may have become infamous as the favoured location for Nazi Party rallies and the resulting war crime trials after WWII, but its history stretches...
A guide to eating and drinking in Frankfurt's trendy Nordend district

A guide to eating and drinking in Frankfurt’s trendy Nordend district

Frankfurt might be known as a financial hub, but focusing on all those figures can be hungry work. With sizzling sausages, wonderful wine and delectable desserts, business lunches and after-work drinks could be the highlight of your trip in Nordend.  Welcome to Nordend Few people know this city as well Phanny Ngo from Eat the World, which has...
The Munich Marathon

The Munich Marathon

This autumn, the echo of the starting pistol and the cheering of crowds will resound through the streets of one of Europe’s great cities. The Munich Marathon takes over the Bavarian capital on 11 October, and whether you’re a competitor or spectator, it’s a great time to see the city.  Take on the challenge, take in...
Where to try traditional Bavarian food in Munich

Where to try traditional Bavarian food in Munich

The Bavarians know exactly what they’re doing when it comes to comfort food. Hearty sausages teamed with sweet and tangy mustard, doughy dumplings paired with rich roast meat, and crisp pastry desserts loaded with whipped cream make Bavarian cuisine the foodie equivalent of a big warm hug. As the capital of Bavaria, Munich is the...
Exploring the rich motoring history of Stuttgart

Exploring the rich motoring history of Stuttgart

With its rich automotive lineage, famed autobahns and Formula One world champions, it’s easy to understand why many see Germany as the spiritual home of motoring. Gavin Braithwaite-Smith of PetrolBlog and Will Wynn of MyCarHeaven share their thoughts on the country’s finest cars. “You have to admire the German car industry,” says Gavin. “From the depths of...
Nuremberg's biggest events and fairs

Nuremberg’s biggest events and fairs

Nuremberg’s annual Christmas market is famous the world over, but this city isn’t content with just one fabulous festival a year. Their program of events celebrates everything from breweries to ballet, hosting official trade fairs as well as traditional galas. Nürnberg Messe One of the biggest exhibition centers in the world, the Nürnberg Messe regularly...
Taste of Stuttgart: a foodie travel guide

Taste of Stuttgart: a foodie travel guide

Cosmopolitan Stuttgart is the perfect place to explore Germany’s ever-growing foodie scene, starting with the exotic food market and continuing through the gourmet eateries around the city. From hallmark Swabian dishes like spätzle to wood-fired pizzas and buttery lobster, you can try something new and delicious at every meal.   Food with a view Begin your culinary adventure in...
#Innsider’s guide to Düsseldorf

#Innsider’s guide to Düsseldorf

Renowned for amazing shopping, fantastic fashion and financial muscle, Düsseldorf is a bustling city full of life. The arts and culture scene is not to be sniffed at with many galleries and museums to visit. Night owls won’t be disappointed either, the city has no shortage of evening entertainment. Listen carefully and you will probably...
Spending a Day at the English Garden, Munich

Spending a Day at the English Garden, Munich

There’s nothing quite like spending a sunny day in a charming English Garden – even if you are in Germany. Munich’s famous Englischer Garten is one of the most celebrated and beautiful sights in the city, and it won’t even cost you a penny to explore it for yourself. Stretching over 90 acres of lush...
Luxury Shopping on Hohenzollernstraße, Munich

Luxury Shopping on Hohenzollernstraße, Munich

The Bavarian capital might be famous for its beer gardens, the beautiful Isar River and a famous Glockenspiel clock on Marienplatz, but make sure you save some time for retail therapy. Bypass Munich’s popular department stores and head to the city’s most glamorous street, Hohenzollernstraße. Hohenzollernstraße is one of the city’s most exclusive shopping destinations,...
Top 20 Museums in Frankfurt

Top 20 Museums in Frankfurt

In Frankfurt, seeing a museum is a must. The city has an amazing array of museums that will be sure to catch your interest. We have picked twenty of the best museums in Frankfurt that are all easily accessible from the Frankfurt Airport Hotel. 1. Städel Museum – Situated in a stately Gründerzeit building, the Städel...
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