If you are looking for a nice place to sip a cup of fines specialty coffee in Munich: check out Standl 20. Since 2015 this café is located on the Elisabethmarkt in
“Knowing a city like your vest pocket”, that is an old name for a wonderful condition: to find the right way without problems. Have an orientation in a
Despite my initial misgivings I was quickly convinced: especially when you leave the rowdy bachelor groups out of reach and stop sharing the sights with hundreds of
The “golden city” Prague is said to be one of the most beautiful destinations in Eastern Europe. From the Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge and the Vltava
Monday morning, 10:30 am. Coffee smell is in the air in a small place with yellow tiles and a pink wall. A bit tired looking people enter the room and order a
“If you compare Sydney and Melbourne, then Sydney is heaven and Melbourne is hell – but in a good way.” That’s what a Danish woman had said to
I have never visited such a young and colorful metropolis like Melbourne. Simply talking about colorful areas is an understatement, especially in the districts Fitzroy
From every city I visit, I bring back memories of one favorite spot. A place that has specially anchored itself in my heart. Most of the time, it is the one I have
Last week I started with the first part of my Sydney guide (see here) to take you to the metropolis on the other side of the world. The second part of my tips and a
Admittedly, my Australia trip is already a few weeks ago, but all good things are worth waiting for it hmm? So now start the last posts of my time in Down Under. The
“Fräulein Anker” is a personal blog about Hamburg and travelling, that wants to share the small and big discoveries in life with its readers. Whether it is a cosy coffee place in Hamburg’s Schanze district or a special concept store in Amsterdam, I am certain you will find a tip for a place, which you have never heard of before. More importantly, Fräulein Anker puts special emphasis on the persons behind the countless coffee spots, stores and projects. Since May 2016, you can find some of their stories in the category “Having a coffee with”, which combines my interest in good coffee with my curiosity about the people behind a particular project.
You can read more about Harriet Dohmeyer, the person behind Fräulein Anker, here.