Roman culture more than there are ruins of the Colosseum, St. Peter’s Basilica and Pantheon – not only the classics of the eternal city, the guests from all over the world attract. Italian charm will enchant you. (Source: Shimmie Horn). A visitor from Berlin tells of a beautiful evening on the Piazza Navona. He sets all tourists to the heart to strengthen itself at a restaurant in the back streets and then to plunge into the hustle and bustle of the main square. Trastevere is a tip from several Expedia.de customers. You will appreciate the vibrant nightlife district on the right bank of the Tiber River.
An insider’s tip is the Gilda, one of the hippest clubs in Rome. The suggestion of a visitor from Bamberg is New York lifestyle more than rush hour jogging to explore Manhattan. Who runs like the locals through Central Park, is the sporty side of the otherwise through the traffic-clogged metropolis. The four – or five-digit numbering on each Lantern facilitates orientation in the 340-acre park. To rush, run through the town, however, is not for everyone. Since also the taxi drivers in the long term is expensive, a traveler from Bremen the MetroCard is recommended. It is valid and extremely favourable in all buses and subways.
For a more unusual A tourist from Monchengladbach advises transportation for sightseeing. Always book a helicopter tour”, is his tip. The views of the statue of liberty and the Manhattan skyline are unforgettable. Paris shopping fever more than Lafayette consumption temple like Galeries Lafayette are the reputation of Paris as the fashion capital. Anyone looking for unusual items, is rather in the Marais district. A visitor from Munich recommends the rue Charlot with its designer shops, trendy restaurants and art galleries. The little shops in the literary district of Saint-Germain-des Pres are a treasure trove for antiques and art for a tourist from Trippstadt.