What you should have done in Warnemünde


Warnemünde can be easily reached by train from Rostock in a few minutes and is a well-known beach on the Baltic Sea. While the ferries depart from the port of Rostock, many cruisers pass through the small town of Warnemünde and visit Rostock for short stays or the German capital Berlin for longer stays. But … Read more

Explore Djúpivogur on your own

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Djúpivogur is a quiet, dreamy fishing village on the east coast of Iceland, which is particularly popular with bird watchers. Like the Westfjords, the east coast near the glacier is one of the most sparsely populated regions in Iceland. Almost 400 inhabitants live in the tranquil village, which makes a living from fishing and some … Read more

Explore Ísafjörður on your own

Dynjandi Waserfall in Isafjördur, Ísafjörður

With just under 3000 inhabitants, the village of Ísafjörður in Iceland is already the capital of the entire Westfjords region. Together they have a total of almost 7500 inhabitants. The beautiful place is located in the middle of the fjord landscape, surrounded by picturesque mountains on a narrow sandbank. The main source of income today … Read more

Ísafjörður – the pearl of Iceland

Dynjandi Waserfall in Isafjördur, Ísafjörður

Ísafjörður is a small municipality with almost 3000 inhabitants and is located in the northwest of Iceland in the middle of the beautiful fjord landscape of the Westfjords of Iceland. The municipality is even considered the largest in this western region of the island state, with only 7500 inhabitants in the entire area. Ísafjörður is … Read more

Djúpivogur – the quiet fishing village on Iceland’s east coast

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Djúpivogur is known as a quiet fishing village on the east coast of Iceland, one of the most sparsely populated regions of the island. However, due to its short distance to other countries, the history of trade goes back to the 16th century. A total of almost 400 inhabitants live in the place with the … Read more

Akureyri on your own

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Akureyri is considered one of the most important Icelandic cities and is located at the end of the Eyjafjörður fjord (Iceland’s longest fjord). With almost 17,000 inhabitants, the city is only 50 kilometers south of the Arctic Circle and is a popular destination for numerous cruisers. The trip through the picturesque fjord with the numerous … Read more

Akureyri – the city in northern Iceland

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At the foot of the Eyjafjördur fjord on the north side of Iceland lies the town of Akureyri. Sights include the botanical garden, the Akureyri Art Museum and the church with its beautiful stained glass windows. The fourth largest city in Iceland has a total of 17,000 inhabitants and is located at the end of … Read more

Bergen on your own

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Bergen is Norway’s second largest city and a popular destination for many Norway cruises. The beautiful city is surrounded by a total of seven mountains, which invite you to climb them. Fløyen and Ulriken are particularly well-known, as both mountains can be reached by funicular or cable car. Equally impressive is the old Hanseviertel Bryggen … Read more

Alesund on your own


You don’t have much time in Alesund and still want to discover everything important? Then this post will help you. Here’s how to discover the best of Alesund on your own and in a short amount of time. If you want to learn more about Alesund, you can do so in Main article about Alesund … Read more

Bergen – 6 things you must have experienced in Bergen

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You are visiting Bergen and want to get the most out of your visit? Then read through the following 10 activities that you should definitely have experienced in Bergen. In addition to this post, there are also the posts Discover Bergen on your own and the Norwegian city of Bergen. Bryggen The historic Hanseatic district … Read more