Ghent is a city with about 250.000 inhabtitants near Brussels in Belgium. The city has a rich history and still consists of a lot of beautiful buildings. In this city guide, we’ll explain what you need to see when visiting Ghent! Ghent is a somewhat underrated cities when it comes to tourism as it is more beautiful than the capital of Belgium, Brussels, and also many more larger cities in Europe like… Read More

The Hotel Barriere Le Fouquet’s Paris is one of the most exclusive hotels in the city. In this extensive hotel review, I’ll explain what you can expect of staying here! You can find more content about Paris on our city page! In the last years, I not only had the chance to live in Paris, but also to stay at various luxury hotels in the city of love. Those include the InterContinental… Read More

The Radisson Collection Hotel Old Mill Belgrade is one of the first properties under the new brand. It’s a unique hotel with charm and a graet value for the money. Check out this review to see what you can expect of staying here! If there’s a downside of the Radisson Collection Hotel Old Mill Belgrade it’s undoubtfully the location. Classification: Five Stars Room Category: Executive Room Month of Stay: April The hotel… Read More

Xiamen is one of the lesser known cities in China, but one of the most impressive ones at the same time. While many cities in the country lack charm, Xiamen has lots of it. In this city guide, I’ll explain what you should see when visiting Xiamen and why it is such a nice place! You can find more content about Xiamen on our city page! If you are going to Xiamen,… Read More

The Dhawa Jinshanling Hotel is located a few hours away from Beijing, right next to the Chinese Wall. In this hotel review, I’ll explain why staying here is quite an experience with some strings attached. Visiting the Chinese Wall definitely is a once in a lifetime experience, which I’d rate as high as visiting Machu Picchu and the Pyramids of Gizeh. Classification: Four Stars Room Category: Standard Room Month of Stay: October… Read More

The China Southern regional Economy Class offers a decent comfort for short flights within China. In this extensive review, I’ll explain what you need to know about flying with the carrier from Mainland China. On the way from the holiday paradise of Hainan Island to Guangzhou, China Southern appeared to be the best choice with mulitple daily frequencies, so this ended up being what I booked on the route. Airplane: Airbus A320… Read More

The Egyptian Museum Cairo is one of the most famous museums in the whole world. To my surprise, visiting is much easier and relaxing than for example visiting the Louvre. In this little guide, we’ll explain what you need to know about visiting! Tourism to Egypt took a lot of hits lately and particularly tourism in Cairo is not on a particularly high level. Nevertheless, the city is acutally quite interesting, something… Read More

The Vinpearl Resort Ha Long Bay is a luxury hotel located on an island very close to the actual attraction. While the style and design of the hotel might be questionable, it’s an enjoyable hotel to stay at while visiting Ha Long Bay as I’ll explain in this extensive review! Ha Long Bay is mainly visited with day trips from Hanoi, but it’s a three hour car or bus trip in both… Read More

The Uptown Palace Milan is a four-star rated property in the Italian city. In this extensive review, we’ll explain what you need to know about staying here! You can find more content about Milan on our city page! Milan is a terribly expensive city when it comes to hotels in general and luxury hotels in particular, which is why I tend to generally be a little disappointed when staying at hotels here…. Read More

Guangzhou is the capital of the Guandong province in the South of China and one of the major industrial cities in the country. In this City Guide, we’ll show you what you can expect when visiting Guangzhou as a tourist! You can find more content about Guangzhou on our city page! Cities in China are first and foremost one thing: Extremely large. If you think of Paris or London as a big… Read More