What is Bavaria’s #1 attraction? Most of you might say Neuschwanstein Castle, but I beg to differ.
Everyone knows of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Astronomical Clock in Prague, Brandenburg Gate in Berlin and St Mark’s Square in Venice, but if you want to get off the beaten path and discover some awesome but lesser known attractions in Europe, here are 10 that are sure to blow your mind.
We didn’t know about the existence of the Nazi Rally Grounds until after we arrived in Nuremberg. It was listed as one of the attractions in the area, and our curiosity got the better of us so we took the train out one gloomy afternoon to pay the site a visit.
Central Europe has so much going for it – but how do you see Central Europe in only a few weeks? Here are the best seasonal itineraries.
Parts of the Berlin Wall still stand and this particular section has been used for artistic expression, bringing emotional meaning to remnants of this dividing scar crossing Berlin. The East Side Gallery stretches for 1.3km (0.8 miles) making it the longest open air gallery in the world.
It’s almost a foreign concept to think about which destinations I’d like to head back to. I have such a hunger to discover new places that I’ve never really sat back and thought hey, maybe that place is worth a second visit.