New York Travel & Coffee Guide: Sey Coffee

New York Travel & Coffee Guide: Sey Coffee

For Sey Coffee you have to go to the Bushwick district. You “have to” because in this café you might find exactly what you dream of at Brooklyn: a relaxed place where you radiate your very own serenity. A charisma that is cool and contagious, but at the same time doesn’t linger on you. And this in an environment that doesn’t seem perfect, but exactly with that…

London: coffee spot tips for the city center

London: coffee spot tips for the city center

London was one of the first coffee metropolis in the world. Today the vibrant city is more known for its tea culture, but there are also an extreme variety of specialty coffee shops. In this article you can find recommendations for nice cafes and exciting restaurants in the British metropolis.

Copenhagen: Plants, Stalks & Roots, Torvehallerne & The Coffee Collective

Copenhagen: Plants, Stalks & Roots, Torvehallerne & The Coffee Collective

The metropolis Copenhagen stands for nordic cuisine, design and sustainability. In this post, there are four tips for a trip to the Nordic city – from the green plant paradise in Copenhagen’s newest district to the glass market hall in the center to the café on the hip street Jægersborggade.

Prague Travel & Coffee Guide 2/2

Prague Travel & Coffee Guide 2/2

  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 tourists, you can have a wonderful time in Prague! In the first part of my Prague guide I have...

Prague Travel & Coffee Guide 1/2

Prague Travel & Coffee Guide 1/2

  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 River, which is flowing there, I was already enraptured by an older couple during my train ride from Hamburg to...

Hamburg, St. Pauli: Playground Coffee

Hamburg, St. Pauli: Playground Coffee

  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 flat-white, a cappuccino or a filter coffee. Most of them for take away. Here at the Detlev Bremer Straße...

Melbourne Travel & Coffee Guide

Melbourne Travel & Coffee Guide

  "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 me at the beach of Bondi (Sydney). After a curious look of me and a laugh from her, she added "It reminded me a litte bit...

Melbourne: 12 tips for the trendy districts Collingwood & Fitzroy

Melbourne: 12 tips for the trendy districts Collingwood & Fitzroy

  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 and Collingwood: the streets here are crowded with hip bars, alternative cafes and beautiful...

Melboure, Collingwood: Plug Nickel

Melboure, Collingwood: Plug Nickel

  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 visited the most, and it always has something unique about it - a very special atmosphere. When I...

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This blog is about tips for great coffee spots and concept stores in Hamburg and other metropolises. Some places are located in the hip scene districts and others are explored off the beaten tracks... Enjoy exploring!