O’zapft is! The Mayor of Munich tapped the first keg at noon last Saturday and the Oktoberfest has started! I must admit that I really love this most famous beer festival in the world, even more and more each year. Of course, it’s a bit overcrowded, sometimes tacky and often too loud, but it has undeniable charm! How to survive Oktoberfest in Munich and celebrate like Germans do? Continue Reading
Warsaw is a foodie heaven, trust me. We love discovering all these quirky restaurants and cozy cafes in the capital of Poland. New spots appear and disappear, sometimes very quickly, but when it comes to dilemma “where to eat in Warsaw?”, we have our list of “must-go” places, which never disappoint. These places not only have delicious food but also some kind of ambiance, which makes you wanna stay forever. Which cafes and restaurants in Warsaw can we recommend?
There is no better way to explore a country by actually eating your way through it. Why not discovering Polish cuisine during cooking class in Warsaw? Local cuisine is not only delicious but also usually tells you a lot about the country’s history and traditions. When we travel, we always try to find good restaurants filled with locals but lately we went one step further when it comes to foodie experiences. We discovered that in many cities you may actually attend cooking classes! Absolutely fantastic idea. Thanks to it we had the opportunity to get to know local products in Rome or learn how to make a real Italian pizza. Let’s make pierogi then! Continue Reading
Some of you may already have heard about it. Kopi Luwak is considered to be the best coffee in the world. A cup in a London restaurant may cost up to 350 EUR! Is it really worth it? Discover the truth behind, how Kopi Luwak is made.
Does anyone hate pizza? Please, I don’t believe that such a person exists 🙂 Thin, crisp crust, basil aroma and stretching cheese (more cheese, more cheese!)… We all know this very well. But how to achieve this delicious effect? I am gonna tell you 7 secrets that will help you to prepare the best Italian pizza! Say no to deep-frozen junk pizza from supermarket!
Buongiorno! The mankind has achieved so much throughout the centuries – found the wheel, invented writing, posted pictures of funny cats on the Internet, but first of all – created Italian cuisine! 🙂 Mozzarella di Bufala Campana, Grana Padano, Parmigiano Reggiano, Prosciutto Crudo, pizza, lasagna, spaghetti, tiramisu, and finally limoncello and grappa… Who doesn’t like Italian goodies? To get to know more about them, we decided to go shopping on the local market in Rome accompanied by experts – Walks of Italy! Nothing better than starting your day with a food tour in Rome!
I love Warsaw. Although many believe that the beauty of this city is at least debatable (oh, this architectural mess everywhere), I can’t deny that this city has somethingspecial. Where else in the world you will find so many super-stylish, hipster pubs surrounded by gloomy, monumental Soviet buildings? In recent years, eating out breakfast has become extremely popular in Warsaw and cafes serving it pop up at every corner. Where to find the best breakfast in Warsaw?
Milan is the perfect place for a relaxing weekend. The number of monuments is not overwhelming, so you can feel the atmosphere of this Italian city within two days with no rush. You will also have some time left for visiting (at least window-shopping!) shops of most famous Milan-born designers – Prada or Dolce & Gabbana – all in all, Milan is the fashion capital of the world! After exhausting shopping, there is nothing better than relaxing with a drink (or three 😉 in your hand. So where should you head to experience the Milan nightlife?
The smell of pine trees, thousands of lights, magic Xmas vibe and liters of mulled wine Glühwein drunk… Weihnachtsmarkt is something you can’t miss! Delicious aroma of chocolate and gingerbread encourage us to visit each and every stroll and taste all the German Christmas food. What else should you try apart from legendary mulled wine? Enjoy our ultimate guide to the German Xmas sweets!
Christmas markets in Germany are a remarkable phenomenon. They start popping up already in the last week of November. Every district of the city has its own, and yes – there is even one quite large at the Munich Airport! Even my employer decided to place a small stall in front of the building, so you can held your business meeting there instead of a dull conference room 🙂