Thailand is world famous for it’s beaches. But the Asian country offers way more than just crystal clear waters and white sand.
On the third largest island of Italy is the diving base “Aquanautic Elba” of the German Björn Heyduk. From here you can explore the best dive sites around Elba – for example Gemini East and West or the “Scoglio della Triglia”.
In Hurghada, Egypt I had one of my most beautiful travel experiences ever: snorkelling with a group of dolphins.
Greece’s capital is known above all for its ancient past. When you think of Athens, the Acropolis, immediately comes to mind – and indeed this former citadel is the city’s most famous landmark.
The “Wild Atlantic Way” on the west coast of Ireland is nature in its purest form. In the video you can see impressions of my journey.
Until the mid-1950s there was no particularly strong furniture tradition in Italy. But in the post-war period, home accessories “Made in Italy” suddenly caused an international sensation. Here I would like to present some Italian style products.
Morocco is located in the north of Africa and is home to the Bedouins. I spent two weeks there and was overwhelmed. One highlight was sleeping in a bedouin tent – right under the stars.
Beaches, national parks and castles – in this short film I introduce the travel destination Latvia to you.
When you think of the Basque Country, you immediately think of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao or the wonderful beach of San Sebastian. But the region offers much more than these two sights. Below are 5 tips on how to get to know the Basque Country from a different perspective.
Cool but not cold – this is the best way to describe the classic “Black & White” furnishing style. The fact is: living in black and white will probably never go out of fashion.