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Estonia’s Up-and-Coming Seacoast Capital

Estonia’s Up-and-Coming Seacoast Capital April 28, 2011 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
By: Barbara Rockwell A former medieval trading city on the Gulf of Finland, Estonia’s seacoast capital and largest city is enjoying a surge in popularity among travelers to Eastern Europe. In January of 2011, visits to Tallinn were up 19 percent over the past year, with visits from the United Kingdom...

Vintage and Second-Hand Style in Berlin

Vintage and Second-Hand Style in Berlin June 6, 2010 | What's New | Read More
With names like the “Art and Nostalgia Market”, it’s hard imagining not finding some endearing memento to take home from your visit to Berlin. This city has a fascination with style and history, allowing the two to intertwine and overlap in exciting ways across the cultural scene. When looking...

Seeking Peace and Zen in Bustling Berlin

Seeking Peace and Zen in Bustling Berlin June 6, 2010 | What's New | Read More
The concrete jungle can get oppressive at times, and whether you are in New York or Berlin, there’s always room for a little breather from the abundance of cultural activities that may be occupying your days. Particularly in Berlin, where extreme winters keep bodies bundled and outdoor exercise to...

In Berlin Bars, Ambience Reigns Supreme

In Berlin Bars, Ambience Reigns Supreme June 6, 2010 | What's New | Read More
In a city with so much history on it’s back, a long day of touring the town and soaking up the sites can only best be complemented in true German style- with a drink. Luckily, Berliners know exactly how to take care of business when it comes to indulging in cocktails and beers. With a wide range of...

The Best Lunch $5 Can Buy in Berlin

The Best Lunch $5 Can Buy in Berlin June 6, 2010 | Food | Read More
Not only can you get a good lunch for $5 in Berlin, but you can get a taste of one of Berlin’s most famous dishes for dirt cheap at Curry 36. Currywurst was supposedly invented in the late 1940s and grew in popularity as a street food as it was tried and enjoyed by construction workers rebuilding...