Ærø, in the Southern Region of Denmark is a great small island. Our trip back in Aug’15 was a perfect example of how diverse Denmark is! It’s one of the not-to-be missed destination for anyone visiting Denmark. We travelled from Copenhagen and the most common route was: train from Copenhagen to Nyborg, then bus to Svendborg and finally ferry to […]
As said in my travel post, Bornholm is a place where one can spend days indulging in lot of nature activities and doing adventure sports. Sadly for us, it was only 2 3 days in Bornholm. And we tried to do as much as we can in this period – mainly visiting each town in these islands […]
To travel is to live – Hans Christian Andersen, The Fairy Tale of My Life Odense is the 3rd largest city of Denmark and the main city of the Fyn island. And more importantly it’s the birthplace of famous fairy tale writer, Hans Christian Andersen. The city and it’s people are quite proud of him. Almost everything […]
A place where one can just get out without locking his/her house, without putting a lock in the cycle or even go out without switching off the car engine. Yes, that’s possible in Ærø [combination of Ær(maple) and Ø (island)] – a small Danish island, located in South of Funen Archipelago and only 30 kms long and 8 kms wide. […]
A gorgeous island with spectacular landscapes, with a mix of beaches, rifts, fine-grained sand, cliffs, large rocks & forest, whose interior is partly wooded and partly heath, with breathtaking steep cliffs and sea stacks on the north & sand dunes and fine long beaches on the south east and western fringes. An island located far in the Baltic Sea from Denmark’s mainland & […]
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 – […]
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 […]