Munich | Church Chic – Peterskirche

Having paused my ecclesiastical interiors series “Church chic” for quite some time, I thought it was just the right moment to pick up with one of Munich´s most prominent and dignified place of worship: Church of Peter, or “Old Peter” as we call it. Continue reading

Lufthansa A330-300 Business Class | Duesseldorf – Miami

With the collapse of Air Berlin, Lufthansa´s traditional daily winter service from its Southern hub Munich has been rerouted three times a week via Duesseldorf, allowing formerly passengers of the leisure airline to fly nonstop from the capital of North Rhine Westphalia to the Sunshine State. The new/old connection (LH served MIA from DUS a few years ago already) operates Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays only while the remaining weekdays are operated from Munich. So it was bad luck that we were rebooked automatically via Duesseldorf on the day of our departure. Proved that a provincial airport does not meet the criteria of a sophisticated network carrier.

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Lufthansa | First Class – A Heavenly Ride

Flying is one of my greatest passions. And who could know that my latest intercontinental journey from Beijing to Munich took place in the Champions League of travel classes: First Class. Continue reading

Eat & Style 2017 | Foodporn for Foodies

Food and travel belong together like Munich and the Oktoberfest. And while the majority of the world still thinks Germany as the Land of Sausage and Sauerkraut, some people just know better. Explore the modern style German cuisine on one of the country´s largest food festivals around: The Eat & Style. Continue reading

Rofan Mountain | Nature Escape to Tirol

Sometimes, when things get too much around you, it is always a good idea to retreat to a place where your body and soul can get some rest. And what comes handier than some good old mountain time? Continue reading

Munich | Cuvilliés Theatre – A Royal Stage

Located in one wing of the sumptuous Residenz palace in Munich downtown, the Cuvilliés Theatre is being considered the most significant Rococo theatre in Germany. Continue reading

Munich | Lake Lullaby on Lake Starnberg

Munich is a great year round destination to visit, but particularly on the hot summer days, downtown can become a little too hot and too overcrowded. So what comes more convenient than escaping the hustle and bustle  of the city to take a romantic panoramic cruise on Lake Starnberg. Just 20 minutes by express train from downtown. Continue reading

Berlin | Highlights of Berlin by Foot

While most people who think of Germany still have a stereotype picture of a Lederhosen wearing, beer drinking fella, Berlin, the nation´s capital, will teach you differently. No other German city is as multi-cultural, straight-forward and pulsating as this melting pot for arts, architecture, politics and culture. For the hipsters, it is the driving force in creativity and style. No other German city brings up so many start-ups and new projects than Berlin. No more trends are set than here. Continue reading

Essen | Margarethenhöhe – The Ruhrpott´s Garden City

One of Germany´s most well-known garden cities lies in the South of Essen. It was constructed between 1906 and 1938 and was a donation to the public by German steel tycoon wife Margarethe Krupp on the occasion of her daughter´s wedding. Continue reading