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Journeedia | February 16, 2019

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Europe | Journeedia | Interview with a city

Experience Berlin Personal Training with Journeedia

July 22, 2015 |

The team at Berlin Personal Training took a day off to prepare us for the acent of Mount Kilimanjaro. The outdoor training around the Berlin Müggelsee put us to the sport test.

You can read more about Berlin Personal Training … Read More

Discover the Camino with Journeedia

March 27, 2015 |

The Camino Francés, the Way of St. James, is about 500 miles long and runs through northern Spain – over the pyrenees to your final destination – Santiago de Compostela (or even further for some others – the Cape of … Read More

Discover bright graffiti on the historical Berlin Wall

March 12, 2015 |

You can hear the shaking of the aerosols even from far away and the distinct smell of fresh paint fills the air on this misty morning. Despite its typical cold and rainy weather, Berlin looks very colorful in the Prenzlauer … Read More

Discover Persoone’s chocolate creations in Bruges

February 28, 2015 |

Tequila, Bollywood, Cebolla, Miss Piggy and Marrakech – Whereas the usual aficionado loves their chocolate bars, pralines and truffles dark, white, with nuts or a hint of liqueur and even the most daring might only try their cocoa with some … Read More

Discover Jumi Cheese at London’s busy Borough Market

January 26, 2015 |

With so many different smells of fish, fresh bread or spices, and sights of colourful fruits and tempting sweets and pastries it is hard to decide where to turn to first, at which stall to make a stop and have … Read More

Discover rustic horse carriages in Bruges

December 19, 2014 |

Before the first tourists start turning up at Bruges market square to enjoy a hot chocolate, take pictures or even get ready to climb up the 336 steps of the famous Belfry, without a doubt Bruges most prominent attraction, the … Read More

Discover Twinings’ famous tea shop in London

October 26, 2014 |

In 1662 Catharine of Braganza brought it with her dowry to Britain. Almost 200 years later, Anna, the Duchess of Bedford, developed its consumption into a social event and today it is so tightly connected to British culture that one … Read More

Discover little blokarts at Ostend beaches

September 29, 2014 |

Endless rows of colourful wind breakers and sun shades, people basking in the bright sun, children building sandcastles or jumping at the waves – the beaches at Ostend, only 15 minutes from Bruges, are very popular among tourists and Belgians … Read More