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Our world is so incredibly beautiful and versatile and we want to explore & experience as much of it together as possible. We are Sandra and Michael from Darmstadt – commuters between full-time jobs and 30 days of vacation per year. There is a lot of wanderlust in between. And that’s why we keep pulling out into the wide or near world. Since 2012, we have been on our smaller and larger holidays by 78 Countries On travelled to all 5 continents and blog with a lot of passion about our countless adventures and experiences in our travel blog – be it from dreamlike islands, in cities of millions, on mountain peaks, in the pure wilderness or even in the depths of the oceans. Travel is our great passion and we love to get to know and write about new countries, places and cultures.

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Panama City Beach in Florida – Restaurants & Food Guide (USA)

Kategorien: Reiseblog, North America, USA, Florida

Panama City Beach is known for its miles of white sandy beaches, emerald green water and unspoiled nature. But the city is also a true paradise for gourmets and is therefore also known as the “Seafood Capital of the South”. We visited several restaurants during our 5 days in Panama City Beach and share our culinary experiences with you here in this food guide. Panama City Beach – Seafood Capital of the South Panama City Beach’s location directly on the …

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Panama City Beach in Florida – Top activities & excursions (USA)

Kategorien: Reiseblog, North America, USA, Florida

The city of Panama City Beach in Florida advertises itself under the motto “Where Fun meets Sun“, making it the perfect destination for beach lovers and adventure seekers. In addition to miles of white sandy beaches, emerald green water, unspoiled nature and first-class restaurants, there are countless attractions and leisure activities for young and old. We like to show you our top activities and excursions in Panama City Beach. Things to know about Panama City Beach Panama City Beach is …

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Panama City Beach – Things to know, accommodation & beach (USA)

Kategorien: Reiseblog, North America, USA, Florida

We’ve been to Florida many times, but never to the north-western part of the Sunshine State. We were therefore delighted to be given the opportunity to spend 5 days on the beautiful Emerald Coast in Panama City Beach. The region, also known as the “Florida Panhandle”, attracts visitors with miles of white sandy beaches, emerald green water, unspoiled nature and first-class restaurants. Florida’s Panhandle & the Emerald Coast Most tourists who come to Florida tend to visit the southern or …

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Wakulla Springs – State Park, River Boat Tour & Manatees (USA)

Kategorien: Reiseblog, North America, USA, Florida

For our trip to Florida in September and October, we were looking for a place where you can see manatees. The best-known place for this is certainly Crystal River on the west coast. However, as we have already been there twice and the Three Sisters Springs are currently inaccessible due to construction work, we researched online to find out where you still have a good chance of seeing manatees in summer. And one such place is the Wakulla River in …

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Clearwater Beach & the Clearwater Marine Aquarium (USA)

Kategorien: Reiseblog, North America, USA, Florida

From our accommodation in Indian Shores, we made a day trip to Clearwater Beach and the Clearwater Marine Aquarium. Clearwater Beach is certainly one of the most famous places on Florida’s Gulf Coast. You can find out whether we liked it here or not in our travel report. Things to know about Clearwater Beach Clearwater Beach in Florida is a popular tourist destination on the Gulf of Mexico. It is located in Pinellas County and is part of the Tampa …

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Indian Shores – Relaxing on Florida’s Gulf Coast (USA)

Kategorien: Reiseblog, North America, USA, Florida

The first stop on our round trip through the northwest of Florida was the small coastal town of Indian Shores, right on the miles of sandy beach on the Gulf of Mexico. After a long flight with jet lag and 2 small children, we found this to be an ideal destination to arrive in Florida and relax for the first few days. Things to know about Indian Shores (Florida) Indian Shores is a picturesque coastal town on the west coast …

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Meissen – The most famous sights & photo spots (Germany)

Kategorien: Reiseblog, Europe, Germany

Many people know the town of Meissen for its world-famous “Meissen porcelain”. But what else does the city on the Elbe have to offer? On a beautiful summer’s day, we visited the most famous sights and photo spots such as the beautiful Old Town, the Market Square, Frauenkirche, Albrechtsburg Castle and the Cathedral. Interesting facts about the city of Meissen Meissen is a historic town in Saxony and is located around 25 kilometers northwest of Dresden. The city stretches along …

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Antwerp – The most beautiful sights in one day (Belgium)

Kategorien: Reiseblog, Europe, Belgium

We visited the city of Antwerp during our river cruise with A-ROSA SENA. We had never really had the city on our bucket list before – so we were all the more pleasantly surprised. Antwerp is a charming city that you should definitely visit. The alleyways in the old town with the Grote Markt, the town hall and the Cathedral of Our Lady in particular are a great place to visit. Things to know about Antwerp (Belgium) Antwerp lies on …

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Kinderdijk – The 19 windmills of Kinderdijk in Holland (UNESCO)

Kategorien: Reiseblog, Europe, Netherlands

In the Netherlands, there are 10 UNESCO-recognized World Heritage Sites, such as the canals of Amsterdam, the Schokland, the Wadden Sea in the North Sea or the Wouda Pumping Station. We wanted to visit another World Heritage Site today: the historic windmills of Kinderdijk. Things to know about the windmills of Kinderdijk About 15 km southeast of Rotterdam are the 19 historic windmills of Kinderdijk, which are among the most famous sights in the Netherlands. They were built in the …

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Dordrecht – Sights & our walking tour in the city

Kategorien: Reiseblog, Europe, Netherlands

On our fifth day on our VIVA Cruises on the Rhine, we headed for the port city of Dordrecht which is about 20 km southeast of Rotterdam. The city has about 120,000 inhabitants and is located in a very water-rich area on the rivers Merwede, Noord and Oude Maas. This “three-river corner” in the north of the city is one of the busiest waterways in the Netherlands. Things to know about Dordrecht Dordrecht was first mentioned in 1120 and received …

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Rotterdam – The most beautiful sights & photo spots

Kategorien: Reiseblog, Europe, Netherlands

After we had left our stop in Amsterdam as part of our river cruise with VIVA Cruises, a stop in the modern port city of Rotterdam was on the agenda for the rest of the day. Rotterdam certainly doesn’t win a beauty award, but there are a few interesting corners that we found on our walk across the city. Things to know about Rotterdam The port city of Rotterdam is located at the mouth of the Rhine into the North …

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Sights of Haarlem – A day trip from Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Kategorien: Reiseblog, Europe, Netherlands

If you are in Amsterdam and looking for an interesting day trip, we can recommend a visit to the typically Dutch city of Haarlem, affectionately known as Amsterdam’s little sister. Haarlem is less than 20 kilometers away from the Dutch capital Amsterdam and can be reached very quickly by train in just 18 minutes. We spent a whole day strolling through the idyllic old town and show you the most famous sights. Things to know about Haarlem (Netherlands) Haarlem, a …

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Amsterdam – The most beautiful photo spots & sights

Kategorien: Reiseblog, Europe, Netherlands

On the third day of our river cruise with VIVA Cruises on the Rhine, we visited the Dutch capital Amsterdam, which has the highest density of historical monuments (8,500 listed buildings) in the country. Particularly impressive is the semi-circular canal ring ennobled by UNESCO. Things to know about Amsterdam Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, has around 870,000 inhabitants, making it the most populous city in the country. The port city is located at the mouth of two rivers into …

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Erfurt – Cathedral, Krämerbrücke & other sights (Top 10)

Kategorien: Reiseblog, Europe, Germany

In addition to our long-distance trips, we always try to explore beautiful regions in Germany. We have always been particularly interested in Thuringia. Erfurt, Gothar, Weimar, Eisenach, Bad Langensalza, Mühlhausen or the Harz Mountains… the federal state in the middle of Germany has so many cities worth seeing. First of all, we visited the capital Erfurt with all its sights and were really impressed by this beautiful city. Things to know about Erfurt (Thuringia) Erfurt is the state capital of …

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Alsace (France) – Beautiful Cities, Sights & Photo Spots

Kategorien: Reiseblog, Europe, France

A visit to beautiful Alsace in France had been on our travel list for a very long time. And so, on a beautiful summer day, we headed to Alsace for a few days of exploring. The villages are mainly characterized by picturesque cobblestone streets & half-timbered houses and take you back to the time of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. That means at almost every corner awaited us dreamy postcard motifs 🙂 We show you in this post the …

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