tour de television Berlin

The Berliner Fernsehturm, or television tower, stands out on the Berlin skyline as the tallest building in Germany. The “ball”, as it is affectionately called, is located in the city center on Alexanderplatz. It can be seen from various points in the city, including from the airplane, depending on theRead More →

Checkpoint Charlie berlin

Checkpoint Charlie was an advanced military post on the border between East and West Berlin during the Cold War. Checkpoint Charlie was located at the junction of Friedrichstrasse with Zimmerstrasse and Mauerstrasse, connecting the American and Soviet sectors. After the construction of the Berlin Wall, the West German authorities builtRead More →

The former Heineken brewery in Amsterdam, which was in use until 1988, is now home to the so-called “Heineken Experience,” where visitors can learn about the history of one of the world’s most famous beer brands and even taste the famous Dutch Pilsner. What to expect The tour lasts aboutRead More →

madame tussauds amsterdam

It is a museum of wax figures representing famous people from all over the world. You will see not only artists (Madonna, Marilyn Monroe, Daniel Craig) but also political leaders (Barack Obama), athletes (Lionel Messi), monarchs (Queen Beatrice) and fictional characters like E.T. or Iron Man. History of the museumRead More →

place dam plein amsterdam

Dam Square (Dam Plein) is the central square of Amsterdam. It is the starting point for many of the city’s attractions. Dam means “dam” in Dutch and indeed, there was no square there, but a dam. Its origins date back almost 800 years. At that time, the Amstel River flowedRead More →

amsterdam westerkerk

The Westerkerk is a Protestant church built between 1620 and 1631 and is the largest church in Amsterdam. It was designed by Hendrick de Keyser In 1620, a churchyard was also created. The entrance from Keizersgracht was through a beautiful door, which unfortunately has not been preserved to this day.Read More →

vondelpark amsterdam

If you are looking for what to do in Amsterdam, one tip for a walk in Amsterdam that we suggest you include in your itinerary is a visit to the Vondelpark. In Amsterdam, there are several parks scattered around the city and it is definitely the right destination for DutchRead More →

rome place st-pierre

The grandiose cathedral, built in the sixteenth century, needed an appropriate setting. The Vatican decided that the poorly planned rectangle of metropolitan land at the foot of the temple should have a more elegant shape. In addition, the road leading from the Apostolic Palace (Palazzi Apostolici) to the basilica hadRead More →

venice grand canal

Venice is an Italian city that is on the route of most people who intend to visit the European country. Today we’re going to talk more about the Grand Canal of Venice, share tips, the best ways to get to know it and much more. What is the Grand CanalRead More →

musee body worlds amsterdam

Opened in 2014, an anatomical museum called Body Worlds has opened its doors in Amsterdam. The museum is located in a historic building in the city centre, between the Central Station and Dam Square, and is nothing less than a real exhibition of human bodies. You will learn a lotRead More →