The Oldest Restaurant in The World. Madrid’s 300 Year Old Botín.

Welcome to Madrid, city of the living, the vibrant and elegant capital of Spain and a cosmopolitan jewel of the Iberian peninsula. With a rich and ancient past you can literally taste Madrid’s history in its food, and while it’s easy to get lost in the cobblestone lined streets, there is one place where you... Continue Reading →

Drone over Stockholm.

https://youtu.be/Zt7bGLlyjJI   Stockholm is called the "Venice of the North" and for good reason. Over a dozen islands connected by bridges make up downtown Stockholm, and create a stunning landscape that anyone would enjoy. Here we highlight some of the more prominent icons of Stockholm's skyline, the Stockholm Palace, Stockholm City Hall, Vasa Museum, Riddarholmen... Continue Reading →

Sweet Stockholm. The Venice of the North.

Stockholm is a stunning city that perhaps not too many people consider when making a dream travel plan. They should. First, it is simply beautiful. The city is built upon a series of islands in a vast bay connected by bridges, hence giving it the name "Venice of the North", but it is so much... Continue Reading →

The Stasi Museum: walking through German’s dark past.

The Stasi were the secret police during the Cold War and were feared by pretty much everyone due to their iron grip on communication, movement, and general freedom. One of the coolest and most unique museums in Berlin takes a look at Stasi activity during this time, showing you actual documents, spy tech, and gives... Continue Reading →

The most unique restaurant in Berlin. Nobelhart & Schmutzig.

Nobelhart und Schmutzig (@nobelhartundschmutzig) is not like any other restaurant you have been to. Supremely unique, undeniably authentic, and outstandingly delicious. The dream team duo Chef Micha Shafer (@michaschaefer) and Billy Wagner (@billywagnerwirt) have created a dining experience that lets you not only taste Berlin on a plate, but become part of the human tapestry... Continue Reading →

Where to drink in Amsterdam

The Dutch know how to get down, and make some of the best beer in the world. There are a lot of places to throw one back, especially in the De Pijp where crowds of thirsty folk gather as soon as the sun starts to set. There are also some fantastic beer halls that have... Continue Reading →

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