Day trip to Helgoland, all my British friends might know it as Heligoland.Really nice place, I'm just sad I didn't get to see any seals. The history of this place is hilarious though:First, it used to be British until 1890, so on this tiny piece of land, there are some Germans who can proudly celebrate independence from British colonial rule, that was new to me.Interesting place with interesting historical background .
The weather’s gloomy all week long in Kiel when we visited. But that won’t stop me from getting my Fischbrötchen (fish bun) 😂. I forgot the name of this place along the beach where we buy our fish buns.
In this historic world heritage city, head to Lbeck's historic and modern squares to experience the connection between the past and the present. The green branch of the
UNESCO Geological Reserve has been extended to Lbeck, making it a large German city in a nature reserve.
As long as the sun comes out, the cafes and restaurants put the wicker chairs outside, and the various cakes on the side, from the taste of the Mediterranean to the flavor of the cake. The trade avenue of this ancient Hanseatic city has turned into a vibrant shopping street with attractive shops on both sides of the street. A major feature of
Lbeck is its "stone building". In the Middle Ages, most of the secular buildings were wooden frame buildings, but the city began to use stone as a refractory building material hundreds of years ago, forming a unique architectural style.