11 things you’ll love about Aarhus

Aarhus! Does the name sound familiar? Could be because Denmark’s second city was one of the two designated European Capitals of Culture in 2017. This led to a whole host of publications chiming in: National Geographic, CNN, Lonely Planet and others, all naming Aarhus a must-visit [...]

2018-10-08T08:21:55+00:007 October 2018|11 things, Denmark|

11 things you’ll love about Geneva – in 60 snaps

If a picture paints a thousand words, prepare for 60,000 words. That's in addition to the actual words, ca 2,500. In fact, this could easily be loads of separate posts, but I'm in the mood to do one massive one. So here we go, all [...]

11 things you’ll love about Baku

My initial impression of the Azerbaijani capital is that of a giant modernisation project, one where the old and the hyper contemporary vie for attention. The city actually feels a bit... undecided. Baku is a crossroads in every sense: between Europe and Asia, between conventional [...]

11 things you’ll love about Belgrade

Once there was a country called Yugoslavia. It was a federation of six republics that existed through most of the 20th century. For much of that time, it was essentially held together by one man, Josip Broz Tito. Marshall Tito died in 1980. Soon after, [...]

2018-04-09T18:05:37+00:0013 November 2017|11 things, Magic of Cities, Serbia|

11 things you’ll love about Dresden

Dresden is only two hours away from Berlin by train, but do try to find time to spend at least one night in this beautiful Saxon city. Here are 11 reasons why: 1. Altstadt (Old Town) and Brühlsche Terrasse Until World War II, Dresden was [...]

2018-11-05T15:55:51+00:0013 October 2016|11 things, Germany, Magic of Cities|

11 things you’ll love about Almaty

I’ve been in Almaty nearly a week now, and I’ve enjoyed myself tremendously here. The city is beautifully located at the foot of the Zailiyskiy Alatau Mountains (or the Tian-Shan Mountains, their better known Chinese name), it’s summer, the weather is lovely (even the occasional [...]

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