Viktualienmarkt – Munich's Culinary Centre

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Viktualienmarkt – Where the Freshest of Munich Food Can be Found: You can be certain of a city’s strong food culture when its central food market keeps growing and growing. Such is the case with Munich’s Viktualienmarkt which has been the city’s culinary centre for over two centuries. Even back in 1807, this Munich food […]

Schleißheim Palaces – Munich

Schloss Schleißheim - Munich

A complex of Three Palaces: Schloss Schleißheim is a complex of three palaces set in a grand Baroque park in the village of Oberschleißheim in the northern edge of Munich. The Old Schloss Schleissheim began as a country house and hermitage built by Duke Wilhelm V of Bavaria. From an early stage, the Duke renounced […]

Munich Residenz – the Largest City Palace in Germany

Munich Residenz

Munich Residenz was the seat of Bavarian Dukes, Electors and Kings: The Munich Residenz is the largest city palace in Germany. It served as the seat of government and the residence of Bavarian dukes, electors and kings for 410 years, from 1508 to 1918. What began as a small moated castle in 1385 at the […]

Schloss Nymphenburg – Munich's Favourite Palace

Schloss Nymphenburg - Munich

Nymphenburg Palace is one of the most Beautiful Palaces in Europe: One of the favourite Munich attractions, and said to be one of Europe’s most beautiful palaces is the Schloss Nymphenburg. This Baroque palace, set in the western part of Munich, was the summer residence of Bavarian monarchs for generations. Schloss Nymphenburg was a gift […]

What to Eat and Drink on your Black Forest Holiday

Black Forest Ham Vesper © Christoph Eberle/STG..

Good Food is High Priority in the Black Forest: The Black Forest region is famous for its cuisine and you don’t have to dine at the many Michelin-rated restaurants to enjoy good food. Check out the menus at village guest houses and you will be surprised at the selection of culinary treats on offer. Black […]

Maultaschen – The "Little Ones Who Cheat the Lord"

Maultaschen © Tourism Marketing Baden-Württemberg

A Swabian Regional Specialty similar to the Ravioli: One of the most famous regional specialties you will come across on your travels in the state of Baden-Württemberg is the Maultaschen. This Swabian specialty is rather similar to ravioli, but are a little bigger in size. The Maultaschen are filled with meat and spinach and are […]

A Holiday in the Black Forest (Schwarzwald)

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The Schwarzwald is one of Germany’s most Popular Holiday Regions: The Black Forest (Schwarzwald) is one of Germany’s oldest and most popular holiday regions and even people who aren’t familiar with the region know that it’s the home of the cuckoo clock, have enjoyed its famous Black Forest cake and heard of some old myths […]

Interesting and Fun Facts About Berlin

Berlin Graffiti - © GNTB/Hans Merten

Some Interesting and Fun Facts about Berlin: Mention ‘Berlin’ and the Fall of the Berlin Wall comes to mind for many people. But apart from the Berlin Wall, there are many other interesting and fun facts about this dynamic city that most people probably aren’t aware of.  Here’s just a few of them: Berlin, with […]

Enjoy Classical Music in Historic Berlin Churches

Berliner Dom

Berlin Classical Concerts in Historical Churches: From the number of classical music festivals and evening concerts held in Berlin each summer, it’s obvious that Berlin is a city that loves its classical music. Annual summer music festivals like the Fête de la Musique, Classic Open Air, Berlin Klassiktage and Musikfest Berlin are just a few […]

Interesting Berlin Food Facts

Pork knuckle and sauerkraut

With 184 nationalities living in Berlin, the city is rich in culinary delights: Berlin is an international metropolis and people from no less than 184 nations are long-term residents in Germany’s capital city.  It’s not surprising then that no other German city matches Berlin’s rich diversity of culinary delights. If you’re planning a Berlin holiday, […]