26 OKTOBERFEST TIPS
12 SMALL TOWNS WE VISITED AND LIKED
İZLANDA REHBERİ / ICELAND GUIDE
REGION: HALKIDIKI, GREECE
HÜTTE: BERGGASTHAUS AESCHER
SPOT: TEMPELHOFER FELD, BERLIN
HOTEL: GORKI APARTMENTS
HOTEL: 25 HOURS HOTEL BIKINI BERLIN
FOOD: DISTRIKT COFFEE, BERLIN
FOOD: BEST COFFEE IN OSLO & BERGEN
FOOD: BOROUGH MARKET, LONDON
DETAIL: NORWAY IN A NUTSHELL
DETAIL: THE BERGEN RAILWAY
DETAIL: PHILIPPIDES MARBLE FACTORY
EVENT & SPOT : ACADEMIE LEON / SUMAHAN
EVENT : ISTANBUL COFFEE FESTIVAL
EVENT : MUTFAK SANATLARI AKADEMISI – WORKSHOP
Situated between mountains with its colorful houses, Hallstatt deserves to be on postcards.
It's impossible to ignore the lemon scent when you are wandering the narrow streets of Sorrento, overlooking an amazing view of the sea. It's also the best place to start exploring the Amalfi Coast.
Vals hosts one of the most famous thermal baths in Europe, built by the architect Peter Zumthor. It's possible to walk around the small huts scattered around the landscape.
"Positano bites deep. It is a dream place that isn't quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone." Steinbeck
If you want to visit Czech Republic but don't want to restrict yourself to Prague, the picturesque city of Cesky Krumlov is the place to be.
Walking from one courtyard to the other, you can witness the lifestyle of Sicilian people with street markets and hanging laundries. There is no other European city like Palermo.
With its delicious tarte flambée and houses out of a postcard, Colmar is a perfect place to start the Route des Vins.
Blue has never been bluer and greens have never been greener. We love Thassos.
It's impossible to take a picture without yellow tones in Avignon. Having hosted the Avignon Papacy, it's a cute Provence city.
With golden sandstone facades and an international student population, Salamanca is one of the liveliest cities in Castilla.
One of the most impressive cities around the world. You have to give it a shot and experience the Jerusalem Syndrome.
Last but not least, we know that Brooklyn is not the first place to be considered small and unknown, but it's usually overlooked during New York visits. Trust us, it's as good as Manhattan.