For a true burger fan Austria might be a tricky place, but lighten up if you’re in Salzburg. Two outlets of Burgermeister serve you burgers with tasty bread buns and organic meat in 13 different styles starting from 4,50€. Good news for vegetarians and vegans: there are special burgers with tofu or feta cheese on the menu.
This place used to be the city’s movie theatre, until it was transformed in a colourful bar and theatre in 2001. Since then it’s been a place where locals just like tourists like to meet for a coffee in the afternoon or a beer at night. Check out the changing program to see what shows are on at the moment (also available online).
Staying at the MEININGER Hotel Cologne City Center right in the heart of the city you probably won’t need a car or even a taxi to explore Cologne. Some of the most cozy and nicest bars and shops are right around the corner. Like the ‘Orlando’. Going there for breakfast or just one of their huge Cafe latte is a perfect start in the day.
The Piccolo Bar near Shepherd Market calls itself a “High Quality Sandwich Bar”, and does not promise too much! There are great melts, pasta, pizza and paninis at unbeatable prices.
Fans of this institution in Ottensen consider it the best coffee in the neighborhood – if not all of Hamburg.
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.
“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.
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