The rock formation of Bastei is located in the Saxon Switzerland Park in the eastern part of Germany. It is located near the Czech Republic border a few kilometers underneath Dresden. The rock formation is right next to the river Elbe and is 194 meters high.
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In this post I will take you on a journey to the beautiful Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe in Kassel, located in the middle of Germany. Kassel itself is a beautiful city to visit, this post will only focus on the park to give you a quick insight on what to see and with some useful links if you wish to venture to it yourself. The park is an UNESCO heritage sight, and it is worth a visit! The style is in English landscape and boy did they pull it off! With some of the monuments dating back to the 1700’s! So be sure to pack your best sneakers for walking the whole day (check here for some tips about that).
What to see in the park?
The big Schloss (castle) is a beauty from the outside alone already. Do to time we did not enter the castle, but just look at this humongous building in the middle of the park. There is a museum inside for all you art lovers.
Guten tag Travelers,
A few days ago we visited the beautiful park in Kromlau, just 6 kilometers from the Polish border in Germany. This park is well known in the Instagram world for its beautiful bridge, the Rakotzbrücke.
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Back in december 2014, Uncensored Travel went to New York City. We enjoyed the big apple very much! In this blog I will tell you why you HAVE TO visit New York, and particularly these 10 hotspots, at least once in your life!
Costa Rica is one of the most beautiful places in the world. The country has everything anyone ever dreamed about. No wonder the slogan of the country is Pura Vida, meaning no matter what your current situation is, life for someone else can always be less fortunate than your own. Pure Life if you translate it literally. Great way to think about life isn’t it? In this blog I will show you that the environment the Costa Ricans live in helps enjoying life more! These are some of the top places to visit when in Costa Rica. I personally picked out 4 for you guys to get inspired!
1. Puerto Jimenez
Puerto Jimenez is a Peninsula in Costa Rica and borders the Corcovado National Park. This place is a must visit. Easiest access is with a boat. There are a few very good hostels where you can stay. Make sure you are prepared for the humidity, it is in the middle of the jungle after all!
The last part of our trip took us to my home country, the Netherlands. After shortly visiting my childhood home where my girlfriends family and mine met for a cup of tea, we went on to Rotterdam. Here, the parents went on a tour through Rotterdam with the splasbus tour.
Which is right next to the famous Euromast in Rotterdam.
After a few days in Switzerland we drove 6 hours to the capital of France, Paris!
There we went to Louvre, up the Eiffel tower (not worth it) and enjoyed the shopping streets. For a quick overall look see the pictures below 🙂
Want to know how to travel on a budget in Paris? Check it out here.
Eiffel tower at our arrival
Day 2 of our trip started with a visit to Lichtenstein castle. If you are ever near it, visit! The surroundings are gorgeous and great hiking grounds. The castle itself looks amazing as well, just see below :).
Hi Travel freaks,
Yesterday my girlfriends parents arrived from Bangladesh for their 11 days stay with us. To make it worth their while we are gonna visit places in Belgium, France, Germany, Netherlands and Switzerland. Today our trip started with visiting Luxembourg and Metz, France.
We visited the old Fortress remains of Casemates first. For an impression see the pictures below 🙂