After Denmark, our next and last stop during this trip was Sweden. We’ve visited three different cities there: Malmö, Jönköping and Stockholm. Since we wanted to chill some more before going back to “normal” life we were mostly walking around without any specific plan and laying in parks. That’s why we’ll write one post about the whole Sweden.
Copenhagen was the only city in Denmark that we visited. It turned out to be a place filled with many wonderful gardens, as well as a safe heaven for people on a budget, who weren’t afraid to get their hands dirty and open a trash bin or two. However, we have some bad news for couchsurfers. Continue reading Copenhagen: Gardens and free food galore
As you might have already noticed, we love to attend lots and lots of queer events while we travel. We’ve been to several prides so far and the next one on the list during our trip was the one in Antwerp. Continue reading Antwerp Pride: gays who slay
For our first visit in Belgium we have chosen its capital – Brussels- for obvious reasons. Usually if you can only pick one city from a country -the capital is the way to go. We added Antwerp as well, because there was an Antwep Pride organised there at the time and it turned out to be a great decision! Antwerp, although smaller and less famous, made a bigger impact on us: it was definitely less boring. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves- let’s start from the beginning. Continue reading Brussels & Antwerp: cities infested with zombies
As you probably know, we visited a lot of various Prides across the Europe. We also had this amazing opportunity to be in Amsterdam during its Pride Week- And not only Pride Week; It was the time of the Europride! We got to party with the locals there and experience a completely different Pride event that you can’t attend anywhere else. Continue reading Amsterdam Pride: Canal Parade
After Laura joined Aleks and Dominika in Cologne, we decided to go Amsterdam which happened to be one of the coolest cities we’ve visited during our trip. We’ve always dreamt about going there and we had the best timing ever: we could experience the city and at the same time, enjoy the Europride which was held at the time right there, in the capital of the Netherlands. Continue reading Amsterdam: the city of love and pride
Well, the 2016 has finally come to an end. It’s now the time when everyone is summing it up and you can read their “bests” and “reviews” everywhere. We thought we could join in, since it’s a nice and fun idea to reminiscence a bit about our previous adventures. Here are some of our highlights and personal favourites from this year. You can read about our best memories, see some numbers and check out our blog review! Continue reading year summary: 2016
On our way from Switzerland back to Germany we decided to take a break in a small city in France called Metz. The road was a long, and the city seemed and looked cool; that is how we ended up there for two nights. In this post you can read how our plans changed completely and about our first very bad night. Those days were very stressful, yet we still enjoyed the trip. Continue reading Metz & Frankfurt: the worst night and a change of plans
The trip from Buchs (SG) to Zurich was incredible. It was during the ride there that we found out just how stunning Switzerland is. Mountains everywhere, no matter which side you looked at and beautiful lakes with crystal clear water. Especially mindblowing was the breathtaking Walensee – one of the most amazing views of our trip. That is why our expectations towards Zurich were really high. Continue reading Zurich: we hope our future home will be as beautiful as this city
Liechtenstein. A very, very small German-speaking country squeezed in between Austria and Switzerland. Extremely easy to overlook and forget about. A lot of people don’t even bother to include Liechtenstein in their trips, but we decided we definitely wanted to see it after looking up photos of in on the Internet. Beautiful mountains, green hills and majestic castles overlooking the tiny country was exactly what we were after. Continue reading Liechtenstein: small country, big adventures.