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!
After a great time at Swissôtel Bremen, we say goodbye to the Hanseatic city. Nice room, amazing dinner, one of the best breakfasts we had in a while – Swissôtel, we will miss you!
Bremen is a Hanseatic City in Germany. Being located up in the northwest, the weather can change fast and sudden. However, Bremen is most famous for the “Bremer Stadtmusikanten” (= town musicians).
Ballada Executive Lounge is an independent lounge at Warsaw Chopin Airport. As the lounge is located airside, we expected to spend some relaxed time in the lounge. However, this was impossible as the lounge is more than just tiny. There are approximately twenty spots which were all taken even early in the morning. At least, the buffet and the entertainment options hit the spot. This lounge is closed and there are no… Read More
Being the second biggest city in Sweden after Stockholm, Gothenburg also is an important destination for tourists. As Gothenburg is no exception in being expensive like all other cities in Scandinavia, be aware that entrance fees may be higher than elsewhere. Same goes for food. However, there are some great things to do and see in Gothenburg for free as well! Spend some time at “Lilla Bommen” Lilla Bommen is the port of… Read More
Running in Berlin became something like a passion of me as we visit Berlin quite often. This time, I decided to run along the Spree to get a feeling for the jogging routes of the citizens. Sadly, running along the Spree is not as easy as you may except as the routes right next to the river end abrupt. Nevertheless, running in Berlin was quite interesting once again! Find more content about Berlin on our city… Read More
Artist Residence London is the perfect hotel for every traveler searching a unique place to stay in London. Located in Pimlico, Artist Residence London is just a stone’s throw away from Victoria Station and the lively neighborhoods Chelsea and SoHo. With just ten rooms and small public areas, Artist Residence London feels like home. Find more content about London on our city page! In London, several hotels open their doors week by… Read More
Cologne is a city located in the West of Germany and is the forth biggest city of the country. Being most famous for its cathedral which attracts about 20,000 people a day, Cologne moreover offers several leisure and cultural activities as well as museums. A couple of days in Cologne, a city where the Rhine flows through. Find more content about Cologne on our city page! As a part of my family… Read More
Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest is well known for being one of the best luxury hotels in the Hungarian capital. During our stay, we experienced why the luxury hotel has such a good reputation as the staff tried its best to make us feel welcome. Something that makes luxury hotels like Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest special! Check out our rating of Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest! In December 2013, I stayed at Kempinski Hotel… Read More
Gdansk is located in the North of Poland and has played an important role over the centuries when it comes to being a trading port. Gdansk also has a rich history including different occupiers and being a free city. Gdansk is especially known for its Old Town as it has been rebuilt exactly as it was after WWII. What to do and see in Gdansk! Stroll around the Old Town This is… Read More
Lithuania has a very troubled, but also rich history. When we visited Vilnius, we decided to pay the National Museum of Lithuania a visit. The entrance fee is low and the museum itself was quite satisfying. Something worth mentioning as well was the kind and helpful stuff who made the experience very special! Learn more about Vilnius on our city page! Lithuania as a state occurred in the 13th century for the very… Read More