It’s hard to disconnect the Czech Republic and Prague from the local beer. The country is famous throughout Europe for its golden beverages and Czechs drink the most beer per capita in the whole world. As such, tourists tend to flock to beer just as much as the locals, at least to try what everyone’s so mad about. How much does that cost them? Let’s take a look at that today.
Czechs drink the most beer per capita in the world and their beer is well renowned all across Europe. As such, if you’re visiting the Czech Republic, you can find yourself a pint too. How much will that cost you, though? Is the world-renowned beer expensive? Let’s take a look.
Berlin is one of the most popular cities in all of Europe, luring tourists in with its museums and other cultural sites first and foremost. One of the more recognisable symbols is also the Fernsehturm, more commonly known as the TV Tower. What is it? Can you visit it and how much does it cost? Let’s take a look.
Berlin and the nearby Potsdam are full of magnificent attractions, both historic and modern. Today, we’ll take a look at the former and focus on the Sanssouci Palace in Potsdam. What is it? How much does it cost to enter? Let’s take a look.
The Botanic Garden in Berlin is one of the biggest attractions of the city – both in terms of popularity and in terms of literal size, as it’s 43 hectares large. Today, we’ll go over all the basics you’ll need: what it is, when you can enter it and how much it’ll cost you. Let’s take a look!
If you’re craving a tropical getaway yet you’re going to Berlin, fret not! The Tropical Islands Resort will welcome you most warmly. Today, we’ll go over what the resort is, where you’ll find it and how much it’ll cost you. Let’s take a look!
The Carnival period is mainly associated with Rio and Venice, though Germany has its own Carnival celebrations which are just as notable. When does the Carnival take place in Germany this year? What does it include? Let’s take a look.
Though Berlin has a very well connected public transport system, including buses and an extensive metro, you may still want to hire a car if you’d like to explore the countryside more freely. Alternatively, you may also be travelling to Berlin by car. Either way, you’re going to need to park your car somewhere. Today, we’ll take a look at how much that’s going to cost you in Berlin.
A metro is a huge convenience for getting around any large city quickly and cheaply. It makes exploring massive areas so much easier – Berlin, the other staple in Germany, has a massive metro system in place. Can you find one in Dresden too? Let’s take a look.