Heidelberg

Hello everyone, back again in Germany after a great journey through Eastern Europe, I got a lot to think about, tell friends and family about my experiences and edit all the pictures I made. However, meeting people during my travels is one of the most exciting parts no matter where I go. Even though you'll … Continue reading Heidelberg

Interrail #8 Multicultural Clash in empty Istanbul

Hi everyone, the last stop of my interrail tour in March was Istanbul in Turkey. This visit took place about 3 weeks before the referendum in April. Due to all the political tensions and problems during the past months, I'm not quite sure how to describe my impressions of that city and country. When I … Continue reading Interrail #8 Multicultural Clash in empty Istanbul

Interrail #7 Thousands of Years of Tolerance in Sofia

Welcome back everyone! Train travel About twelve hours and a passport check and country border later, I'm still on the train in the middle of nowhere somewhere in Romania. The train is running late and it's getting dark, additionally the staff as well as most other people don't speak or understand neither English nor German … Continue reading Interrail #7 Thousands of Years of Tolerance in Sofia

Interrail #6 The Old Myths of Budapest

Welcome to the Hungarian capital! 🙂 After walking the narrow paths of Venice and the broad streets of Vienna, Budapest has a totally different atmosphere - rather Eastern European. However, the city and the whole country have a long history of being torn between East and West. This back and forth has shaped the outer … Continue reading Interrail #6 The Old Myths of Budapest

Interrail #2 Shining Ruins in Krakow and Dusty Atmosphere in Auschwitz

Dear readers, today I'd like you to join me on a tour through the beautiful city of Krakow in the South of Poland. After just a brief train ride of two hours and nice evening at the hostel, chatting to my roommates from Canada, England and Poland, I'm happy to start my walking tour in … Continue reading Interrail #2 Shining Ruins in Krakow and Dusty Atmosphere in Auschwitz

Interrail #1 The Reconstruction of Warsaw

Dear reader, some fellow travellers might know the feeling of amazement and exhaustion that accompanies almost every longer trip you do. Days turn into weeks and weeks feel like months, you experience so many different things that it's sometimes hard to remember at night how the day actually started.. if you still wonder what I'm … Continue reading Interrail #1 The Reconstruction of Warsaw