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Florence – the city of a thousand sights

Florence, the capital of Tuscany, is one of the most beautiful and culturally rich cities in Italy. With its stunning architecture, world-famous artwork, and a history that dates back to Roman times, Florence is an essential destination for anyone visiting Italy. Inhalt Toggle The history of FlorenceArt and cultureArchitectural masterpiecesCulinary delightsExperience...

Dublin – Between Guinness and culture

With about 554,000 inhabitants, Dublin is not only the largest city in the Republic of Ireland, but also its capital. Its roots go back 2000 years, when the settlement of Eblana was first noted by a Roman cartographer at the current location of Dublin. However, Dublin was not officially founded until around the year 841 by the Vikings, who gave the place the sonorous...

Denmark – a small maritime kingdom and its most beautiful destinations

No place in Denmark is more than 50 kilometres from the coast. The sea is everywhere. Swimming in the Baltic Sea today, in the North Sea tomorrow? No problem. The dunes, the rugged west and mild east coasts, forests and rivers, but also the historic villages and the magnificent capital Copenhagen with its futuristic architecture – Denmark is an experience at any time...

Philippines – Rice terraces as stairways to heaven

He must have had a lot of staying power when he counted the islands of the Philippines. There are said to be exactly 7,641 – and almost all of them are tropical paradises. The island world of this Far Eastern country resembles a huge botanical garden. Only 880 of the 7,641 islands of the Philippines are home to humans – on all the others, at best, the...

Faroe Islands – archipelago of austere beauty

If it had been up to them, the inhabitants of the Faroe Islands would have preferred to choose which of their neighbors they felt they belonged to. After all, geographically they are located almost exactly at the intersection of the Atlantic Ocean between Scotland, Norway and Iceland. Parliamentary democracy chose neither one nor the other and now feels comfortable...

Bahrain – a “tree of life” in the desert

The city-state of Bahrain is, like most of its Arab neighbors, a kingdom. With 750 square kilometers, however, it is a dwarf among the countries in this region – hardly larger than Hamburg. But for some, Bahrain is a pearl among the countries of the Arabian Peninsula on the Persian Gulf. Bahrain can be translated as “two seas”, which describes the...

Puglia – a jewel steeped in history under the Italian sun

Puglia is a region in southeastern Italy that is home to both the heel and spurs of the Italian boot. Here, visitors can expect a diverse landscape of rolling hills, picturesque plains and rocky coasts as well as beautiful sandy beaches with deep blue water. Those interested in culture can explore the eventful history of Puglia on a stroll through medieval old towns...

Green hills and Caribbean flair: The Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is a major power in the world of tourism. Much earlier than its Caribbean neighbors , the country knew how to open up to vacationers. With a good infrastructure, an acceptable network of paths, modern hotel complexes and an overwhelming nature. In contrast to Haiti, with which it shares the pearl of the Antilles, the republic is green, and...

China’s Fascinating Sights: A Visual Journey through the East

Venture into the heart of the East and explore a world of history, culture, and timeless beauty. Imagine entering China, a country where ancient traditions blend seamlessly with modern innovations, providing a visual feast for the senses. From the iconic Great Wall that winds through rugged landscapes to the enchanting Forbidden City full of imperial splendour...

Abruzzo – the insider tip on the Adriatic coast

Abruzzo is a region in Italy with rolling hills, imposing mountains, picturesque villages and seemingly endless dream beaches. Located east of Rome on the Adriatic Sea and the Apennines, Abruzzo is characterized by its special landscape. Until now, the province is considered an insider tip and is still spared from mass tourism. Here you can enjoy a dream holiday on...