copenhagen – a north european story

Copenhagen / Denmark / Europe. My expectations were high as I booked my first trip in the north of europe. What would we see? How’s the weather there, how are the people and what about the landscape and the food? With these and a lot of other questions, we started our girls trip to denmark. So why I’ve choosed this country? Copenhagen is a really interesting city, with an awesome architecture and a nice flair. These were also our first impressions from this place. The architecture is really fascinating, it’s a very cool mix of new and old building styles. The new style is very modern, you can’t compare it with our austrian style, but I really like it. The flair of the north of europe is also really special, the people are very friendly, polite a

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SIBENIK – another croatian summer place

SIBENIK / Croatia / Europe – I just have to share another perfect summer place in croatia with you. I really loove the croatian flair and so therefore we spend every year a few weekends in this beautiful country. Last august we spend a longer weekend in sibenik, it’s located at the adria coast between the cities zadar and split. The distance from my home country is also perfect for a longer weekend and the a

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novigrad – perfect for a weekend

My last travel tip goes to italy and this one is also for one of my favourite countries – croatia. There’re so many beautiful places through the istria coast in croatia. One of them is the little town novigrad, which is also perfect for a weekend trip. The peaceful fishing town becomes in the last years a poplurar tourists spot.

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Grüner See / Green Lake – a natural must see spectacle

Have you ever heard from the magical spectacle at the Grüner See / Green Lake in austria? No? Then I’ll tell you something about this little paradise place. Nearly every year after the snowmelt, the lake fills with an awesome clear meltwalter of the surrounding mountains and it shines and sparkles in its stunning emerald green colours. I’ve heard soo much of it, there was also a reportage on…

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