In the last years, I had the pleasure to visit all continents, dozens of countries and experience several different cultures. On the run, I had the chance to review hotels, airlines and much more. Together with Anna, I want to help you make better choices while travelling with unique high quality reviews and guides here and on reisetopia.de!
The Philippine Airlines regional Business Class is a quite nice to fly regionally in Asia. While not industry leading, I found the experience to be very enjoyable. Read why in our extensive airline review. It’s worth noting that my experience in the Philippine Airlines regional Business Class is influenced by one of the most odd departure times I’ve ever had. Airplanes: Airbus A321 Cabin Class: Business Class Daytime: Night Food: Dinner Seat Pitch: 38 Inch… Read More
The Hilton Garden Inn Montevideo is currently the only Hilton property in the underserved market of Montevideo. Due to the very good ratings of the hotel I expected a lot and was a little bit disappointed in the very end as you’ll see in this review. If you are looking for a hotel in downtown Montevideo, you won’t find many chain options. There is Hyatt Centric, which might be the best choice,… Read More
While November is approaching, the temperature in Western Europe makes it feel like summer. Thus, it’s time to travel a bit! Last week, we shared impressions from trips to France and more. Next week, there’s even more on the radar. So stay tuned and enjoy the content on traveluxblog! We started the week at the InterContinental Carlton Cannes. Our impressions! Looking for a hotel in Verona? Here’s our hotel review featuring the… Read More
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Bonjour travellers, With Moritz recent work trip to Cracow, a friend of mine visiting and a busy university schedule it has taken me some time to get around writing this new ‘Life in Paris’ post. In the same week that Moritz was able to sneak in a day trip to Le Mans, we also visited Arras and Angers. Arras is located in Northern France and belongs to the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region. It is about… Read More
Istanbul is with no doubt one of the most interesting cities in Europe. However, on all my visits I didn’t have too much time to check out all areas so far. Nevertheless, I thought it’s time to write a city guide to sum up all the highlights Istanbul has to offer! Visiting Istanbul has always been a great experience for me. Be it for work or short stop-overs, Istanbul is always an… Read More
The Vistadome Train from Cusco to Machu Picchu is one three options to get to the popular sight. In this review, I’ll explain what you can expect from the journey and whether it is worth the extra charge to take the Vistadome. If you are planning a trip to Machu Picchu, you got a choice of three different trains: The Belmond Bingham Express, a very expensive luxury train, the Vistadome and the… Read More
The United Club London Heathrow might be the biggest surprise for any traveller out there. Why? Because it is by far superior to any other United Club in the world. In this review, we’ll give you an idea why spending some time at the United Club is actually very enjoyable. You can find more content about London on our city page! If you have been to United Clubs in the US, you… Read More
Bonjour travellers, This episode of Life in Paris will be a little shorter, but that’s just because we will present you the lovely town of Le Mans again in a more expensive post. For now, I’d like to get you an idea on why a day trip to Le Mans can be totally worth it. Le Mans is located West of Paris and can be reached with a TGV in just around… Read More
Le Grand Hotel Cannes is one of many luxury hotels in the city on the French Riviera. The property is member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World and while it doesn’t look it small, it only has a few dozen rooms. The design is everything but standard, but makes the room very cozy. Yet, the real highlights are the views of the ocean and the very nice terraces. Stay tuned… Read More