At the top of Jutland region of Denmark, Skagen serves as the northern most town of Denmark (excluding Faroe Islands & Greenland). The natural beauty of this small town it’s really incredible, which makes it a great destination for travel. All houses with yellow & red colors adds a lot to it’s beauty. The town is lively & vibrant
We started out our ‘Exploring Denmark’ series with northern part of the country (North Jutland, in Danish: Nordjylland). We choose Aalborg, the fourth largest city of Denmark as our first destination. It’s a nice city with a small historic center. Pretty much everything is compacted at one place. It’s the city which is popularly known for
It has been 3 years 7 months & 4 days, to be precise it’s 187 weeks or to be more precise it’s 1312 days since we have been living in Denmark as Expats. And yet, how much have we explored Denmark…….close to zero. 🙁 Initially, my work contract was for couple of months, which later extended
Imagine small town with differently colored small houses lined up one after another, narrow cobble stoned fairy-tale streets, small canals running all over the town, pictured Stork everywhere, lot of colorful flowers & lots of sunshine
Caution: No hamburgers below! 😉 As we said in our other travel post – Hamburg is big, which means that it offers variety of eat-out options depending on one’s taste bud. Like the diversity of the city, it has restaurants offering a variety of different cuisines. Some of the places we tried ourselves are: Lieblingsplatz –
Cost is the first thing whenever one thinks of travel, irrespective of nature of travel. It’s one of the big factors which decides the travel destination, type of travel and all other things related to travel. It’s also becuase of which many people don’t want/like to travel. Well, it’s true that travelling eats up some
One thing for sure – there is nothing more greener than Bremen! Let it be the nature or their flag or their football club jersey or some of their monuments. How about if their football club wins a game! How does that feel & look? MORE GREENISH!!
Initially we thought Hamburg as a second city with very little to do from travel point of view! That was the time when we didn’t knew much about the city and hardly did any research to increase the knowledge bank.
Lübeck is a small historical city with a medieval look in Hanseatic region of Germany (North Germany). It’s old town has been listed as one of the UNESCO world heritage site. Apart from the historical influence, Lübeck is home to best Marzipan in the world and known to be the Marzipan capital of the world – mainly
Is it Luzern or Lucerne or something else? Depends what one speaks – German or French! Since I don’t speak any of them, I am free to use any of them here…… BTW, Lucerne is a small city in the heart of Switzerland and an ideal base to explore Mt. Pilatus.