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13 Days Germany Itinerary – Frankfurt, Munich, Berchtesgaden, Nuremberg & Rothenberg

What comes to mind when you think of Germany ?  World-famous car manufacturers ? WWII History ? or German beer and sausages ? These are the things I think of before I had the chance to visit Germany.  Out of my 34 days in Europe, 13 days were spent in Germany, which allowed me to travel deep, and see a lot more than that.  From magnificent castles to fairytale towns to pristine countryside sceneries, it was a trip to be remembered for a lifetime.   Continue reading

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Museum Obchodu @ Cesky Krumlov

The Trade Museum ( or C. K. Kupecký krám a Muzeum Ochodu) in Cesky Krumlov is a tiny museum that entails a history of trade, showcasing items from the 19th century. I thought it was a boutique store selling some vintage stuff at first because I didn’t see the museum sign.  I only realized that it was museum when I saw most of the things were displayed with a glass shield.

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Pilsner Urquell Brewery @ Pilsen Czech Republic

 

The Pilsner Urquell Brewery in Pilsen is a fascinating place to spend a couple of hours at.  Pilsen is pretty close to Prague and many visit it as a day trip, either by bus or by train.  The bus takes about 1 hour to reach, while the train takes 1.5 hours to reach.  Taking the bus might be faster, but the bus station in Pilsen is about a 25 minutes walk to the brewery while the train station is about less than 10 minutes walk.  Both options may take more or less the same time though I found the train way rather easy as I didn’t have to orientate myself too much to get to the brewery when I reached Pilsen.

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Pension Tilia @ Cesky Krumlov

Pesion Tilia is a really sweet guest house that’s located at the periphery of the walled old town of Cesky Krumlov.  It’s away from the hustle and bustle of old town yet still within a 5 minutes short walk into it.  It’s also a 10 minutes walk from spicak bus station so it’s really convenient if you’ve got luggage and don’t want to haul it all over the place.   Continue reading

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Karlovy Vary @ Czech Republic

Karlovy Vary is a gorgeous spa town located in Western Bohemia of Czech Republic, it is also where the annual Karlovy Vary International Film Festival is held.  With pastel-colored buildings, winding river and boutique shops, there’s everything to love about this immaculate town set at the foot of the hill.  I like the sound of it too because every time I say it, it reminds me of lovey dovey.

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Castle Hill @ Budapest Hungary

Spending a day in Castle Hill gives you an ultimate Budapest experience.  Historical sites, castle, museums, funicular rides, cafes, quaint little houses, underground tunnels and stunning panoramic views are all conveniently accessible with the buses (16 & 16 a) that circulate around the hill.  All you need to do is hop and hop off at your desired location.     The places of interest include :  Continue reading

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