After living for a year and a half in this city (Mainz) I realised that my favorite part was these steps that go down to the river. I used to like to sit there to read, listen to music, to think or just to watch the boats, and the
This Russian-esque chapel is in the Mathildenhöhe in Darmstadt. The chapel was built between 1897-1899 by the architect N. Leon Benois in the Russian city of St. Petersburg, hence the touch of Russian design. Among his most famous
If you love Christmas you'll love the traditional Christmas market that's held here every year. You'll see booths full of typical German ornaments of all kinds and you can try the food and drink. It is open from late November to late
To spend a weekend on this lively street is an experience, the interrracial mixture in this German town is more than evident than in Frankfurt. Besides, the variety and art in the shops and cafes is also something worth highlighting .
You're wrong. Frankfurt Hahn Airport has very little air traffic. You confused it with Frankfurt Airport which is 10 kilometers from the city of Frankfurt. This airport was a military base. Ryanair does not operate from Frankfurt
At first when Spanish people visit Germany, they find it funny, or at least curious, that there is always someone cleaning the public toilets and charging you 50 cents or even one euro to "pee". After a few weeks on holiday, these
Römer City Hall Annex (http://www.Minube.Com/rincon/22700) was built because the main building was not sufficient anymore and attached buildings were needed. The north and the south are connected by a bridge rather nice. The
I imagine it must be the heart of this small town near Frankfurt. It is striking to see the Germans running inside the in freezing temperatures, so cold that its lake is frozen. Honestly, I publish this spot because in Argentina where