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WILLKOMMEN IN BERLIN...
...And welcome to the city that never sleeps! A city dripping in history and culture. A city where you’re in the minority if you don’t have a facial piercing.
If... More > you’ve been here before, you will definitely have seen him around. If not, prepare to get an eyeful! He’s the Berlin Bear, official mascot and sole occupier of Berlin’s coat of arms since 1280. Now he’s your official guide to
this vibrant and astounding city – and since he’s been here for so long, you know you’re in safe paws!
To make this guide simple, he’s broken it down into several categories and included the best Berlin has to offer in each. He’s handily included as much info as you should need:
opening times, costs, and some city dweller’s insider tips.
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de Madrid al cielo
Experiencing Madrid means experiencing the very essence of Spanish culture combined with international flair. Located in the heart of Spain, the capital city unifies the best of Spain's cultural... More > backgrounds. The people, food, architecture, music and sports are diverse and numerous here. It is impossible to get bored in this multifaceted city.< Less
¡Hola Amigos!: We are here to provide you with a budget version of Barcelona, without compromising on quality and fun! Whether you’re a student who has just left school, enjoying some... More > time away from education, or simply a young person who fancies a city break, this guide is for you. Look out for our writers’ picks, where you can find a variety of activities to suit any budget and personality, ensuring you make the most of your trip in the vibrant city of Barcelona.
¡Gaudeix! All of our love, The spotted Barcelona Team
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Multicultural, innovative and colourful are just a few of the adjectives that spring to mind when thinking of Berlin. Everything you see in this city hides a secret which is ready to be... More > uncovered.
While walking through the streets, if you look carefully, you will notice that most of the monuments, the parks, the roads and even open air spaces try to convey a piece of Berlin’s controversial history.
With this guide we want to introduce you to the most interesting places that you absolutely must see.
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Scot To Be Fun
Edinburgh is a city that guarantees fun for everyone. Whether you are an active person or someone who wants to savour the culture with all their senses, whether you want to discover Edinburgh’s... More > heritage or enjoy a night out in one of the pubs, whether you are interested in sports or fashion, in this guide you will find everything you need to experience a real Scottish time.
So now it is your turn to discover! We have put together the best of the best, the crème-de-la-crème. Have fun and enjoy your visit in Edinburgh! PS: If you are tired and cannot walk any further, always bear William McGonagall’s poem in mind: “Feeling tired and need a seat? Sit down here, and rest your feet”.
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berlin there, done that...
This guide is aimed at you. Yes, you, the person reading this guide right now. You want to know about Berlin, the
best museums and sights to see? The best places to get a bite to eat, and sample some... More > of Germany’s fine beer? The places to indulge in a spot of retail therapy, and the get a good nights sleep?
Well you have come to the right place, as ‘Berlin There, Done That...’ is tailor made to giving you all the best advice. Meaning you can make the most of your stay in Germany’s capital city.
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Berlin Laid Bare
This comprehensive guide should provide you with everything you need to enjoy the German capital in all its glory and we’re not just talking about pointing you in the direction of the typical... More > tourist hot spots. Some, such as the Berlin Wall and Holocaust Memorial, are of course must-sees, but it’s the sexy, colourful, vibrant side of this
cultural city that is the real delight and that’s what this guide will introduce you to. Including the quirkiest shopping boutiques, the yummiest ice-cream treats and of course the number one places to dance the night away; Berliner’s generally keep the party rocking til 6am. Best of all, the budget of a young traveller has been kept in mind throughout the guide, with lots of affordable fun to choose from and clear indications of prices with all reviews.< Less
Having spent three weeks in Edinburgh in November I have learned how useful a transparent umbrella can be. Shielding myself from heavy rain and stormy blasts with my non-transparent one, I hit two... More > street lamps and one bollard.< Less
If Edinburgh were a person, it wouldn‘t be the sort you would want to be friends with straightaway. It would stand in the corner of a pub, frowning, taking big sips of a pint and it most... More > probably wouldn‘t ever stop moaning about the weather. But you see, if you open up to Edinburgh, you‘ll end up falling for it. It didn't take long for us to do so - indeed, we got edinburghized. Our travel magazine became an arrangement of our own favourites, interests and sensations - as eclectic as the city and our writers.< Less
It would be fair to say that the people of Madrid are friendly and most will welcome outsiders with open arms. It is not uncommon for a local to stop on the street to help a tourist find a location... More > or for a waiter to recommend a great bar or nightclub for you to try after your meal. Of course, like with any large capital city, you should still be wary of yourself and your belongings; Madrid is fast approaching number one in Europe for pickpocketing. In general, though, if you try to understand them and maybe charm them with your limited Spanish, a madrileño could become a very good friend. Their siesta/fiesta attitude might surprise you when you discover much of this great city’s history that is enveloped in fighting and political unrest.< Less