Amsterdams 9 ‘Straatjes’ is the perfect place to go if you love to go shopping away from the big malls.
Sneaky postcards, glittering gifts and renown design products – it’s definitely hard not to instantly fall in love with the things this little shop is selling.
The wealth of bars around Reeperbahn is known to be huge, so it might be difficult to find your way sometimes. A very good place for a drink is Freudenhaus Bar.
A great experience is the walk through the old Elbe tunnel of 1911 connecting St. Pauli Landungsbrücken with the southern banks of the river in Steinwerder.
The Queen’s Head (since 1736) is located fairly close to Piccadilly Circus, only 4 stops on the Piccadilly Line from Meininger Hotel Hyde Park.
Manneken Pis belongs to Brussels like beer, fries and waffles.
“Les Filles” is still an insider’s tip for Brussels as it just opened end of 2013. Here you dine on long tables together with friends for brunch, lunch or dinner.
The café of the museum Leopold is a well-known meeting spot for both locals and tourists.
Zebra bar is for sure one of the best bars in Brussels. It might be no real insider’s tip but it’s a must for every city trip to Brussels.
In a short video we show you the best places and hotspots in Brussels! Brussel is definitely worth a visit!