I’m in Germany, or traveling during my internship abroad: Today we offer you some places to enjoy Germany and the countries around it.
Germany offers you the capital of Bavaria and its surroundings as well as the region of Baden-Württemberg, great destinations for nature lovers.
Munich, five minutes ago.
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Weekend retreat sweetie, to forget your hectic internship life in Berlin! The main city in this region is Stuttgart, with its famous Porsche and Mercedes museums and its famous hyper-designed library that makes you want to read. In this region, you can enjoy the bucolic scenery of Lake Constance: north of the Alps between the German and Swiss borders. The Black Forest, Germany’s source of oxygen, where you can go on a quiet hike and admire the highest waterfalls in Germany. But you can also go pedal boating or sailing in the Titisee. Lake Titisee.
Outside of Germany, discover the capitals of Austria, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic.
<Vienna, five minutes ago.
Accessible by train, bus or plane, the capital of Austria has a lot to offer you on a weekend away from your internship abroad. With a nightlife as rich as its culture, Vienna will surprise you with its Museum District, the Belvedere, Versailles, its beautiful shopping mall, and more: its operas. Don’t forget the little snack breaks in the mythical Viennese cafés, where the famous Viennese pastries originate.
<Amsterdam, five minutes ago.
An hour and a half by plane, and here you are in the hyper cosmopolitan and trendy capital of the Netherlands. From Baroque to Art Nouveau, Amsterdam will appeal to you both architecturally and culturally. You can rewrite your art history with Rembrandt and Van Gogh, but also learn more about the life of Anne Franck. On your weekend, we recommend that you take a walk along the canals and enjoy the view. Stop at one of the designer cafés called “Café Blanc” and your weekend will be at its best.
At 4 hours by train from Berlin and for 20€, we propose you Prague, the Paris of the East. What better way to explore the history of Eastern Europe than in Prague? Capital of the Czech Republic and a UNESCO World Heritage city, the cost of living is relatively cheaper there, its student life is renowned and its pints cost 3€. You can visit monuments such as Charles Bridge, Saint Guy’s Cathedral where you can climb to the top and discover a magnificent view of Prague. You can also visit the baroque district of Mala Strana and the Stare Mesto district: a must!