The UNESCO site and ancient city of Petra is what a cultural adventurer dreams of. But it can also be great fun for kids.
Grab a mint tea and get lost in a colourful chaos. I did! Here’s why this is one of my favourite cities, what to see, eat and what a child thinks of it all.
It might come as a surprise to some, but Warsaw has excellent museum. Some are them are very new, POLIN won as best European museum in 2016 and several have interactive exhibitions.
Trying to get off the grid? Even though Great Zimbabwe is a UNESCO World Heritage site we were the only ones. Hidden treasures, the Queen of Sheba, gold and slavery and racist experts. This site …
With the guide Gustav Venice will never be the same.
A UNESCO site, a real huge medieval city wall, its own mild climate, the scene of the Battle of Visby between the Danes and the Swedes, a Hanseatic town and a Medieval week. What not …
Denmark has 1 spectacular natural sight: The white cliffs of Moen are a great sight for family fun and historically interesting at the same time and part of a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
St. Petersburg is the city of the tsars, of golden domes, of imperial palaces, but also the scene for some drastic and violent events.
The sea is so turquoise, that you have to make sure, it's not your sunglasses. The water is filled with fish and dolphins. And it has the coolest name: the Maltese island of Gozo!