A Solo Travel Society member shares some highlights from her trip to Hannover, Germany, a destination that she recommends for solo travelers.
Grace visits Germany as it celebrates the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. She discovers Martin Luther’s impact and a lot of kitsch.
Castles and gardens and bears in surprising places. All this and more was found on this road trip through medieval Germany.
A simple recommendation turned into a highlight of my trip to Munich. I literally felt lifted by the light in Ingo Maurer’s showroom. Please have a look.
Great public transportation, beautiful castles, enchanting gardens, open-air markets – this is what our Solo Travel Society member loved about Munich.
Christmas markets originated in Germany. Munich is the heart of traditional Germany. What better place to go and enjoy them. Here’s the story on 6 unique markets.
Berlin, Germany. Two solo travelers. Two entirely different trips. These stories show how solo travelers can experience the same destination in unique ways.
The Beatles went here, there and everywhere. As a result, Beatles destinations are almost everywhere as well. Here are three: Hamburg, Liverpool and Rishikesh.
The merits of travel without a plan. There are many. Here’s my perspective and those of two prominent authors. Bonus: photos of my unplanned walk of Hamburg.
Dresden is a beautiful city for admiring the architecture, strolling through wooded parkland, and stopping at a cafe, says this Solo Travel Society member.
Bremen is a wonderful German town to visit but, more remarkable on this excursion was how easy it was – everything just fell into place.
The Wadden Sea in Wilhelmshaven, Germany is a natural UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore it with me in photos.