Nuremberg’s Christmas Market

Dated all the way back to the 16th century, the Nuremberg’s Christmas Market, or the N├╝rnberger Christkindlesmarkt, is one of the oldest in Germany. During the World War II the event didn’t happen, being re established only in 1948 as the old town was destroyed during that period. It’s been […]

A day in Salzburg

This small Austrian town is often part of most European itineraries. Salzburg is not only charming and medieval, but simply stunning and enchanting, apart from being the hometown of the famous 18th century composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Not far from Munich (145km), this romantic city is perfect for a weekend […]

The fairy-tale castle: Neuschwanstein

The name is complicated, it takes some practice to get it right, but the difficulty to call it hasn’t intervened on the beauty of this castle, or on its fame. The Neuschwanstein Castle inspired Walt Disney when creating Cinderella’s and Sleeping Beauty’s castles, and it has been said before that: […]