Hamburg is famous for its fish market. Every Sunday it attracts thousands of visitors. Here you can find fish in every variation. And there’s also plenty of stuff to see and buy around the fish stalls. Unfortunately though, not every day is Sunday, but given that one fish roll – at the very least – is a must for a large number of tourists in Hamburg.
Working as a familytravelblogger based in Cologne I have already visited many capital cities all around the world with kids. London, Washington DC or Oslo. But our own, Berlin, was missing on
The screech of the seagull, the gentle lapping of the waves of the Elbe and a fresh breeze on the face – that’s Hamburg in its ideal form
With more than 7,000 officially recognized historical buildings and monuments, Amsterdam is a city with a rich history and countless stories to tell. Just take a walk in the city centre and its historical heritage will unveil to you step by step.
The old saying goes, ‘Not even a lifetime would be enough to get to know Rome’ and it’s true.
Amsterdam, commonly referred to as the Venice of the North, is the cultural, financial and creative centre of the Netherlands.
Berlin is not just big, it feels enormous and almost elusive. Especially if you want to explore the city with children in tow. How can you make everybody happy without wasting your time in various children’s cafés and without the kids having a temper tantrum in another museum. The nice thing about Berlin is that here everybody can be happy:
Those who are dreaming of a city break where the whole family will have a good time should absolutely go to Hamburg.
The city of Mozart has many outdoor playgrounds with great views of the city. The city hills are perfect for ball games and other outdoor activities and are easy to get to with a buggy. A nice walk or a romp in nature – the Mönchsberg mountain, the Kapuzinerberg mountain or the big parks (Mirabell, Hellbrunn, Volksgarten) offer interesting sights as well as children’s playgrounds that are great fun.
If you know Leipzig you know that this city is a visitor magnet not only in the summer. Even when the bathing lakes are frozen over and the meadows in the park covered with snow, Leipzig offers a great variety of ways to brighten up a dull winter’s day with a child in tow.