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 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

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.

Amsterdam: Sir Hummus Kitchen & Mediamatic ETEN

  "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 familiar environment. Yes somehow also a luxury feeling, which gently carries the soul, while strolling...

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

  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, 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...

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...

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

  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...

Sydney Travel & Coffee Guide 2/2

  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 final overview map is available today.     I would like to start with a café called...

Byron Bay: Folk & Bay Leaf

  Fresh back from the other half of the world, I want to give you today some tips for the last stop of my trip: the hippie and surfer paradies of Byron Bay. The place is known for its exceptional atmosphere and alternative charm. And yes, I too get fascinated by...

Sydney, Bondi Beach: Sunrise, Icebergs Club and Porch & Parlour

  A few days ago I already told you about my visit on the beach of Manly in Sydney. Today I would like to take you to another famous beach of Sydney: Bondi Beach.      My last morning in Sydney was probably the most beautiful day I had so far in my...

Sydney, Surry Hills: Single O

  Oh Sydney, you took my heart by storm - after ten days in the largest city of Australia, I know this metropolis is an amazing city and definitely worth a trip. This is why I want to  continue to provide you with my Sydney tips for your next journey!  ...

Sydney, Manly: Barefoot Coffee Traders & Shelly Beach

  Thanks to the roaster of the roastery Mecca, that I visited a few days ago, on my Sydney to-do list was written: "Ferry to Manly - coffee @barefoot on wentworth st and walk from bower st to shelly beach". Sean, from the specialty coffee place Neighbourhood in...

Hamburg, Sternschanze: Elbgold

This post on my travelblog is about light-flooded specialty coffee place Elbgold in the trendy district Schanze in Hamburg, Germany.

Munich, Glockenbachviertel: Man Versus Machine

  Hello Munich! The holiday season just started and I am making a stop in the third biggest city in Germany to visit friends and family here. A part of my relatives live here in the south of Germany. And of course, even with the hectic rush around Christmas, I...

Amsterdam, Czaar Peterstraat: Het Wilde Brood & KAAS NOOT BIET

  Grab your favourite blanket, get comfortable on the couch and pour yourself a tea! Once again I would like to take you back to Amsterdam and it just happens that I found the place for a perfect cosy day. On my last trip I went to a neighbourhood in Amsterdam...

Hamburg, Neustadt: Hej Papa

  The Hej Papa in Hamburgs district Neustadt I have visited several times, but I never presented it on the blog. Shame on my head, because it is so beautiful there! With the present day, however, this will change: Last week I was here for lunch with a friend and...

Porto Travel & Coffee Guide

  Wow, what a summer! After Amsterdam, Antwerp, Paris, Lisbon and Madrid follows the last city contribution of my Roadtrip and I still can not quite believe how much I have seen in the last months... Today's post about Porto is only a small version of a hipster...

Berlin Travel & Coffee Guide

  In today's post I am taking a look at Berlin, a city that is not merely colourful and loud but which has tons of things to offer. During my time in Berlin I came up with quite a collection of recommendations for you and prepared a wonderful mixture of places...

Amsterdam Travel & Coffee Guide

  Oh Amsterdam, how much I fallen in love with you, is hard to comprehend in words. But with a lot of blogpost you have found your well deserved place on this blog. The last articles, that I summarize in this guide, are the result of my last journey to Amsterdam....

Hamburg, Hoheluft: Balz und Balz

  For a while Kathrin and Chris Balz had looked around in Hamburg for a suitable shop, until thy luckily found a souterrain location in the district of Hoheluft (Eppendorf). In May 2016 they opened the Balz and Balz here – a café that developed into the favorite...

Hamburg, Altstadt: Nord Coast Coffee Roastery

  Since October last year a new beautiful café is located in the old town of Hamburg: the Nord Coast Coffee Roastery. Today I want to gibt this new place for good coffee and delicious delicacies in Hamburg finally it's place here on the blog. The Deichstraße, the...

Amsterdam Centrum: PLUK, Ree7, Vegabond, KOKO und Bocca

  Oh, Amsterdam. A month. Four weeks. 28 days. It has been much too long now. Time, that you - at least here - once again before my eyes. Today I have a few (mainly cafe-) tips for the center of Amsterdam for you. I have devoted myself to this in my first...

Amsterdam West: Lot Sixty One, Wildernis und Caffènation

  In the next blogposts I would like to take you with me through Amsterdam with its beautiful canals, its exciting inhabitants and their urban ideas. And of course (as wasn't to be expected differently) I will show you in the next weeks many small cafes and nice...

Amsterdam De Pijp: Hutspot, Gathershop, Trust, Oui Oui und YAY

  At the beginning of the year I’ve began a series in my blog about Amsterdam. In my last blog post about the Dutch capital city, i made some recommendations for the district De Pijp and announced that I will soon do a second one about it. Like so many other...

Stockholm: 7 tips for the trendy district “Södermalm”

  A few weeks ago there was already, with the green idyll Rosendals Trädgård, the start in my Stockholm series. Today follows a collection of tips for the scene district of Stockholm: Södermalm. Here I was on the first day of my three-day trip. As luck would have...

Stockholm, Djurgården: Rosendals Trädgård

  I've been in the inspiring city Stockholm for the last weekend. During my time here I discovered a lot of great cafés, shops and places, which I would like to introduce to you over the next few weeks. In the end there will be a map and a final guide for you -...