Brandenburger Tor

The most famous Berlin sight to see is of course the Brandenburg Gate. Photographed from every side, visited by millions of people, it’s a busy sight. At the Pariser Platz, there are always groups of people taking pictures with the Brandenburg Gate in the background, but also living statues, vendors and every now and then… Continue reading Brandenburger Tor

Gendarmenmarkt

One of my favorite squares in Berlin is the Gendarmenmarkt. With the Concert House in the middle, accompanied from the French and German Cathedral at each side, there’s a lot to see. But not just that, there’s always people sitting out on terraces, having a drink or something to eat. And in the winter, there’s a… Continue reading Gendarmenmarkt

Dam Square Amsterdam

You can’t miss it. Right in the heart of the city of Amsterdam, the square in the middle of all the canals. The Dam Square. For most people the center of their trip through Amsterdam. From there there’s a walking distance to the Central Station and the canal sightseeing boats, but on the other side… Continue reading Dam Square Amsterdam

Paleis Noordeinde Den Haag

Right in the centre of town, in the middle of a shopping street, you’ll find yourself in front of the working palace of the King of The Netherlands, Paleis Noordeinde. This palace is not open for public, but you can use the park behind the palace from sunrise to sunset. And the balcony at the… Continue reading Paleis Noordeinde Den Haag