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!
Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport is the biggest airport in Hungary and handles more than nine million passengers a year. The airport recovered from a huge blow in 2011, when the Hungarian flat carrier Malév collapsed. However, Budapest Ferenc Liszt International Airport nowadays is in a very good shape again with modern facilities and several aircraft movements by flag and low-cost carriers. Since the collapse of Malév, Ryanair and Wizz Air decided… Read More
Air Baltic is officially known as low-cost carrier. However, the airline is neither really cheap nor bad. We had the pleasure to try Air Baltic on four flights in the Bombardier Dash Q-400 and were quite impressed on some flights, while others were less pleasant. A great feature is the possibility to pre-order large meals for a fee. Flying low-cost with a Business Class feeling! Check out our rating of Air Baltic (regional Economy)!… Read More
Grand Hotel Stockholm is not only a hotel to spend the night, it is much more. Renowned for its incredible views of Stockholm, impeccable service and amazing cuisine, Grand Hotel Stockholm is the hotel to stay at when visiting Stockholm. We absolutely enjoyed our time at Grand Hotel as well, but in our opinion, there is still room for improvement, even for one of the best luxury city hotels in Europe. Check… Read More
Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark and became similar like Stockholm one of the most popular tourist destinations in Scandinavia. Being most famous for the Little Mermaid – which is indeed very small – Copenhagen is very interesting due to its canal system. Our top things to do and see in Copenhagen! More information about Copenhagen on our city page! Explore Copenhagen by boat Exploring Copenhagen by boat may not be the most… Read More
Another week is coming to an end and we look back on several amazing content pieces including reviews, guides and posts about fitness while travelling! There’s a lot to read once again if you missed some posts last week, so be sure to check out our look back! Our week began with dreaming ourselfs away to Ponta dos Ganchos Resort in Brazil! Small “lounge” with comfortable seating: Our review of the Exclusive… Read More
Just a short daytrip in Düsseldorf later, we enjoy some time at the Hugo Junkers Lounge at Düsseldorf Airport before departing back home again. One thing which makes us particularly happy is the awesome Wi-Fi! Have a look at the pictures to get a better impression.
Budapest, the capital of Hungary, has become more and more attractive for tourists in the last years. This has many reasons: Affordable prices in combination with a beautiful city which allows breathtaking views when being on a castle make a city pretty much undeniable. However, Budapest discovered its importance for tourists. Thus, prices are not as cheap as a few years ago anymore. Check out more about Budapest on our city page!… Read More
Salzburg is one of the most historic and enjoyable cities in Europe. However, as the city is not really big, exploring the city by foot is quite easy. Nevertheless, there is quite an extensive public transportation network in Salzburg. If you are travelling to the second biggest city in Austria, you may be happy about our guide featuring the S-Bahn trains, buses, taxis and much more! Find more content about Salzburg on… Read More
The Gainsborough Bath is opening on July 1st, but the media are going crazy about the new hotel 90 minutes away by car from London. Located in beautiful Bath, The Gainsborough offers modern rooms and a large Spa area for pure relaxation. As a member of The Leading Hotels of The World, The Gainsborough will definitely set new standards in West England! The Gainsborough Bath is the only hotel in Great Britain… Read More