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Europe by Season: Where to Go

Europe by Season: Where to Go

Europe is full of quaint, modern or alternative cities. There is something for every taste. Most of the destinations can be explored even just for a weekend. Check out these 25 weekend getaways suggestions from experienced travel bloggers and if you still haven’t decided where to go next week, this is the inspiration you need. Part I: http://travellingbuzz.com/25-perfect-weekend-getaways-europe/ Part II: http://travellingbuzz.com/25-perfect-weekend-getaways-in-europe-2/

Europe is full of quaint, modern or alternative cities. There is something for every taste. Most of the destinations can be explored even just for a weekend. Check out these 25 weekend getaways suggestions from experienced travel bloggers and if you still haven’t decided where to go next week, this is the inspiration you need. Part I: http://travellingbuzz.com/25-perfect-weekend-getaways-europe/ Part II: http://travellingbuzz.com/25-perfect-weekend-getaways-in-europe-2/

lu loves handmade: Favorite Shops: Lu Loves Wohnzimmer - Berlin

lu loves handmade: Favorite Shops: Lu Loves Wohnzimmer - Berlin

Abandoned roller coaster cars, Spreepark Plänterwald, Berlin, Germany.

Abandoned roller coaster cars, Spreepark Plänterwald, Berlin, Germany.

Prenzlauer Berg ~ sidewalk cafes, Berlin’s oldest beer garden, and fashion boutiques between restaurants and bars make the former working class district of Prenzlauer Berg, or Prenzl’berg, a great place to people-watch. After German reunification in 1990 Prenzlauer Berg became a center for Berlin's bohemian youth, while more recently it has experienced gentrification. It’s one of the most desirable places to live among artsy singles and young couples. #Berlin #Prenzlauer_Berg

Prenzlauer Berg ~ sidewalk cafes, Berlin’s oldest beer garden, and fashion boutiques between restaurants and bars make the former working class district of Prenzlauer Berg, or Prenzl’berg, a great place to people-watch. After German reunification in 1990 Prenzlauer Berg became a center for Berlin's bohemian youth, while more recently it has experienced gentrification. It’s one of the most desirable places to live among artsy singles and young couples. #Berlin #Prenzlauer_Berg

This unassuming deli-cum-cafe, tucked away in a small street in Prenzlauer Berg, is considered a quiet haven by many of the bustling neighbourhood's residents. The emphasis is on organic and local produce, led by a Slow Food philosophy. The coffee is from a local roaster and the lunches are simple and rustic, from tomato soups to southern German potato salad. A side-room features a well-curated selection of wines, artisanal juices, olive oils, chocolates and dry goods. On Saturdays, a small…

This unassuming deli-cum-cafe, tucked away in a small street in Prenzlauer Berg, is considered a quiet haven by many of the bustling neighbourhood's residents. The emphasis is on organic and local produce, led by a Slow Food philosophy. The coffee is from a local roaster and the lunches are simple and rustic, from tomato soups to southern German potato salad. A side-room features a well-curated selection of wines, artisanal juices, olive oils, chocolates and dry goods. On Saturdays, a small…

Abandoned amusement park in #Berlin, Spreepark, Plänter Wald  More information about Berlin: visitBerlin.com

Abandoned amusement park in #Berlin, Spreepark, Plänter Wald More information about Berlin: visitBerlin.com

Hackesche Höfe, Berlin - 8 jugendstilhofjes met ateliers, lekkere lunchadressen en bijzondere winkels zoals het cadeauwinkeltje Levy's Contor in Hof VII

Hackesche Höfe, Berlin - 8 jugendstilhofjes met ateliers, lekkere lunchadressen en bijzondere winkels zoals het cadeauwinkeltje Levy's Contor in Hof VII

Bohemian Berlin Brasserie

Bohemian Berlin Brasserie