Looking back on week 43

It’s been a quite stressful week, but posting about travelling does not have to suffer due to that. So if you weren’t able to read everything, here’s a little summary to get an overview about last week’s content. Have a lovely start in the new one!

Copenhagen’s best things to do and see made the start in our week.

Nyhavn Copenhagen

Talking of Scandinavia, the probably best hotel is the Grand Hotel in Stockholm!

Grand Hotel Stockholm Exterior

Not the biggest carrier, but dominant in the Baltic States. Our review of Air Baltic! 

Air Baltic Bombardier Dash Q-400

A little help to get along with Budapest Airport – or do you speak Hungarian? 

Budapest Airport Dining

Once a UNESCO World Heritage Site, now awesome to visit. Dresden at its best!

Brühl Terrace View

Being sportive in New York? Go for it with our running guide!

Fifth Avenue New York

Tunisia also has great luxury hotels like La Badira Hammamet.

La Badira Hammamet Rooms

Nour Suite (Image Source: La Badira Hammamet / labadira.com)

Curious about an underrated city? Then read our review of Vilnius! 

Way up to Castle Hill Vilnius

Sunny Spain, luxurious hotel. The Urso Hotel in Madrid has much to offer. 

Hotel Urso Madrid Terrace Suite

Terrace Suite (Image Source: Hotel URSO Madrid / hotelurso.com)

Getting from A to B in a foreign city isn’t always that easy. Get a clue about transportation in Boston!

Metro

A Sunday evening at Munich airport in the Atlantic lounge…

Seating area Atlantic Lounge Munich

Last but not least, our photo of the week Dawn wants to be checked out in full size!

Dawn

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