We are planning to travel with our music band between Amsterdam and Berlin this summer multiple times. Both in Amsterdam and Berlin we play on many summer festivals. The bus is a good transportation means because we can take the overnight bus and save money on hotels. Our band has 5 people so if we just save a few Euros it will be a lot of money multiplied by 5. The other reason why we like the bus rather than the plane or train is because coaches are more flexible accepting extra luggage…
"Last year, Berlin passed a law banning unregistered vacation rentals in the city because of a shortage of residential housing. A sharp increase in tourism and the popularity of renting private apartments is exacerbating a serious problem."
"Unregistered Vacation Rental Ban
In autumn of 2013, the Berlin city government passed a law banning all vacation rentals that had not…
I have two days plan for travelling at the Bavarian alps and want to make the most of it.
could you be helpful to me with some advise on great places to see (preference for landscapes and hiking trails), i already been to Bavaria as a child so i don't want to find myself again at the touristic more common place but rather unique and less known.
Other question is for a good place to pass the night, a nice hotel at the area of Schliersee or Berchtesgaden National Park or any place you…
I'm going to Dusseldorf and Berlin in late may for work, and am contemplating the journey from Dusseldorf to Berlin. I won't have a lot of free time on this trip and its my first time to Germany, so I was thinking I might take the train from Dusseldorf to Berlin to take in some scenery. Can anyone comment if the ICE ride from Dusseldorf to Berlin is at all scenic or worth taking for the sights? I can get a plane ticket for only about 10 EUR more and save 3.5 hours of travel and get…
I'm currently in the midst of planning a three-week trip for me and three other friends, during which we intend to explore Germany in depth. Currently, our plan takes us from Munich - Nuremberg - Berlin - Hamburg - Bremen - Cologne - Frankfurt - Munich, and we are looking into a few day trips that might be possible to other cities during these three weeks. Eventually, we settled upon either a day trip to Dresden (en route or during the days we are going to be in Berlin) or Heidelberg…
So me and a group of friends are going to Berlin for 3 days at the end of May and I was hoping someone could recommend us some places to go out at night. I'm the last to turn 18 so I want a wild weekend!! I don't want to spend hours lining up for the 'top 10' clubs, so anything less popular would be great- or popular ones that are worth the queue. Basically any sort of club, techno, edm music will make me happy.
I have a stopover in Munich and will be arriving pretty early (8am). My flight out is not till 4pm so that leaves me a few hours to explore. Can you recommend 1 or 2 interesting spots that I can easily check out? Maybe a good lunch restaurant as well? Is there a train from Munich Airport to central Munich/downtown?
Any thoughts and recommendations would be much appreciated.