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Don’t Eat Cucumbers in Germany This Summer!

Don’t Eat Cucumbers in Germany This Summer!

Caution:  We’ve just read a report that Germany is in the grips of a large and dangerous E. coli outbreak that has already infected over 1,000 people and has resulted in at least 18 deaths.    It is expected that E. coli infections will continue to spread throughout Europe and that more deaths are likely. Cucumbers […]

May 31, 2011 | By | Reply More
A Local Recommends – Unique Activities in Berlin

A Local Recommends – Unique Activities in Berlin

As the European summer draws to a close, the tourist hordes head home. Berlin is the ultimate autumn destination with the city’s events calendar in full flow and a multitude of stylish new Berlin hotels and international restaurants dotted all over. The savvy traveler will wrap up cozily and stroll the leafy streets by day […]

October 13, 2010 | By | Reply More
Get To Know Europe's Family Friendly Vacation Villages

Get To Know Europe's Family Friendly Vacation Villages

There’s a hidden treasure in Europe that everyone with kids needs to know about – family friendly holiday vacation villages built to entertain families in high style. Think grand resort comes to the countryside – and the prices are outstanding! For most of us the thought of visiting Europe with the kids in tow conjures […]

May 25, 2010 | By | Reply More
Berlin Apartment Rental For Vacationers

Berlin Apartment Rental For Vacationers

Oliver, one of our ‘Wicked Good’ readers shares this tip for a great apartment rental in Berlin:  “I’ve been recently in Berlin in an excellent apartment. The price-quality relation was unbeatable (65€ per night for 2, for 100 square meters). It is located in one of the most interesting parts of the town, the former […]

January 25, 2010 | By | Reply More
Free Sightseeing Tours in Europe's Favorite Cities

Free Sightseeing Tours in Europe's Favorite Cities

Sandeman’s New Europe offers a new concept in sightseeing – free walking tours in Europe’s major tourism cities – London, Paris, Munich, Amsterdam, Madrid, etc.  Their philosophy is that great tours should be offered to everyone and you should pay what you can afford – voila, tip based touring.  You can bet the guides are […]

June 25, 2009 | By | 1 Reply More
World's Oldest Running Play Returns Again in 2010

World's Oldest Running Play Returns Again in 2010

Once every 10 years the sleepy valley of Oberammergau in the heart of Bavaria welcomes the world for it’s performance of The Passion Play.  Don’t be intimidated by the name, just say Ober-Am-A-Gow (like cow).  The play was first performed in 1633 as an offering to God with a plea to be spared from further deaths […]

April 19, 2009 | By | Reply More
Germany Tourist Bureau Guides

Germany Tourist Bureau Guides

No matter the time of year, there’s a good time to be had in Germany. Whether it’s the Romantic Road and Mad Ludwig’s castle in Bavaria that beckons you, the bold energy of Berlin, or perhaps a sail on the Rhine River, you’ll find a liter of beer, a mug of grog or a glass […]

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