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Pavillon de Vendôme

Aix en Provence, also simply known as Aix, is the former capital of the Provence, located thirty kilometres north of Marseille. For many the city is the ideal starting point for exploring the Provence and its beautiful lavender fields. You can find more content about Aix en Provence on our city page! While there …

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lorence View from Porta San Niccolò

At the beginning of this year I was able to squeeze in a trip to visit my friend that studies in Florence. I have never been to Tuscany before but fell immediately in love with this Italian city – and not just because of the good food. I was blessed with gorgeous weather during …

Ayutthaya Wat Maha That

Ayutthaya is the former capital of Thailand and located in the Chao Phraya River valley. It is about a one-hour drive away from Bangkok, but can also be reached by boat. Ayutthaya was founded in 1351 when it was proclaimed the capital of U Thong’s kingdom. It was the second Siamese capital after Sukhothai. …

Grenoble View Point

At the beginning of the 2017 winter period we decided to do a little trip to Grenoble in the South-East of France near the Alps. We were lucky enough to have picked a somewhat snowy weekend, so despite it being cold and grey we also got to see snow for the very first time …

Ljubljana Castle View

On our recent family trip to Slovenia, we made a stop in its capital: Ljubljana. While it is relatively small for a European capital, with less than 300,000 inhabitants, it has a beautiful town centre and a nice castle overlooking the city and river to offer. Due to its small size the city can …

Macao View from Monte Fort

Macao, located on the south coast of China and a mere jump away from Hong Kong, offers not only a glamourous nightlife for the rich, but also a rich Portuguese heritage. With a total of around 30.5 squared kilometres, Macao isn’t really big for a region with a population of above 650000 people. Macao …

Reims Notre Dame Cathedral

Reims is a city in East France and played a prominent role in French history. Its cathedral, Notre Dame, used to be the crowning site of French kings. As a Roman city it has many architectural highlights. You can find more content about Reims on our city page! While many of these were destroyed …

Reims Notre Dame Cathedral 2

Salut travellers,  It’s been quite a while since you’ve read our last Life in Paris post. During my fall break we had the chance to spend a little time in Avignon and the South of France and Moritz had plenty of work-related trips recently. With a busy university schedule shortly before the end of the …

Notre-Dame view

Bonjour travellers,  Hello and welcome back to our Life in Paris series! At the end of September a close friend of mine came for a visit, while Moritz was on his business trip to Cracow. As I don’t have many university courses on Fridays, we decided to use the beautiful sunny weather to visit …

Bonjour travellers, I am running a bit behind with keeping you updated with our activities, but that’s just cause I have been stuck inside most time studying for my mid-terms or gallops as they are also referred to here. Today I want to continue our Life in Paris series with a little extract about …