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Design House in Oostburg

Guests can expect great views, stylish furnishings and plenty of peace and quiet in Oostburg. As soon as you arrive, it feels as if time has stood still. You can choose between 50 square metres and 75 square metres of accommodation, in which nothing is missing. In addition to the tasteful furnishings, the fact that books and other reading material as well as a Bluetooth sound system are available for use is a particularly positive feature. If you want to work in this beautiful idyll, you can do so undisturbed with the free WiFi at the in-house workstation. Basic cooking equipment is also available, as is plenty of privacy in the outdoor area. Depending on the accommodation option booked, a balcony or private garden with a vegetable garden and beautiful wildflowers is available. Cosy evenings by the campfire are just as possible as dining al fresco. Guests arriving by car can use the car park on the property free of charge.

Things to do in the neighbourhood of Oostburg

Just a 10-minute walk away is the quaint café “In De Morelleput”, which serves a really great carrot cake and exudes a lot of charm. It is the ideal place to stretch your legs and enjoy coffee and cake in a cosy atmosphere.
For long walks on the beach or a summer swim, Nieuwvliet beach is just a 10-minute drive away.
Knokke is a 20-minute drive away, where you can enjoy a nice stroll. All the luxury brands are represented there and there are fantastic beach clubs to round off the evening with a sundowner. The beautiful city of Bruges is only 30 minutes away from Oostburg and is worth a day trip for its beautiful houses and colourful facades. It is not without reason that it is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its historic city centre. Dreamy alleyways, numerous museums and the possibility of romantic canal cruises make Bruges a very attractive destination for a day trip.
If the journey can take an hour, the Belgian harbour city of Antwerp is highly recommended. The famous Grote Markt is the “place to be” to start a city tour from this central location and the magnificent town houses will amaze day trippers.

Recharge your batteries in Oostburg

During a weekend break in Oostburg, every traveller will quickly find their inner centre again. Thanks to the beautiful and peaceful surroundings, the worries of everyday life are quickly forgotten. Great excursion destinations on land and water round off the holiday and enrich it with new impressions and experiences, so that everyone returns home refreshed.

Last Minute Christmas Gift Guide

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Santa Claus is right on the doorstep 😉 But wait, are you still looking for a unique Christmas present and can’t make it to the city or order something? No problem! With this gift, you can definitely surprise your loved one, and they will, for sure, not forget Christmas this year.

Did you know that you can now fly directly to New York from all major German airports for less than 300€ (return flight)? For this unique surprise, you have to do the following steps!

  • Open the page Google Flights, enter your departure airport, and don’t forget the destination: New York. Then you can choose the travel period. The date display shows you directly when it is cheapest. I recommend flying for 4-5 days. For example, from Wednesday/Thursday to Sunday. So you don’t need to take so many holidays.
  • Flights booked? First, take a deep breath and be happy!!! Because it goes straight to New York!
  • Don’t forget your ESTA visa. It takes about 5 minutes online, and you’d need it for the entry.
  • Now you probably need a place to stay. I usually always book via Booking.com. It is important that you live in Manhattan. This will save you transportation costs. It is also not necessarily more expensive. You just have to find the offers on Booking. You can also check out holiday pirates or holiday gurus. They always pick out hotels that often have offers. You will pay about 350€-650€ for a double room for 2 persons in a 3 or 4-star hotel. More expensive options are, of course, always available. The NoMad Hotels often have special offers or the Hyatt Hotel on Times Square.
  • Now you already have a flight and a hotel. All you only need are tickets for Top of the Rock or the Empire State Building. New York is not a cheap city, and, therefore, you should be well prepared.
  • How you can save time & money? Just get your New York Pass from Attraction Tickets Direct. The Pass gives you access to over 100 top New York attractions. You get the tickets directly to your smartphone, and at many attractions, you have a fast track ticket and don’t have to queue. All the famous attractions are covered by the ticket. I also ordered it before one of my New York trips.
    • Some attractions included are:
      • Top of the Rock
      • Empire State Building
      • Statue of Liberty
      • Madame Tussauds
      • MoMa
      • NBC Studio Tour and much more!
  • After about 30 minutes, you will have booked your unforgettable Christmas present. Now you only have to wrap it. At Pinterest, you can even find instructions on how to make flight tickets, for example. Or get a nice card and be creative!

I wish you a Merry Christmas & a good trip!

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48 hours in Doha

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Countless times I have landed in Qatar Airways in Doha and have always said that I have to look at such a city with such an impressive airport! On our trip to Australia, I finally managed to spend two days in the capital of Qatar. Since I only had 2 days to explore the city, I was afraid that it would be too short to get a feel for the city and the people. But I was wrong!

If you’re not sure what to do in the magical city in the Middle East, take a look at what we’ve done in 48 hours.

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Where to stay

It was not so easy to make the right choice at the luxurious Doha hotel deal, but we chose the Sheraton Grand Doha!


It is one of the few hotels that also has a beach. If we are already in a warm country, we always want to spend some time on the water and of course in the sun! Also, from the beach you have direct views of Doha’s skyline and if that’s not enough, you can visit the Nusr-ET restaurant on the hotel grounds.

We did not make it locally, but I have seen many impressive moments from the Nusr-ET restaurants on Instagram. We had dinner in the restaurant “La Veranda” on the seafront overlooking the skyline. The Shearaton Grand Doha is a great place to relax before heading on the next trip! The central location is ideal for exploring the city and spending little time in the car.

The Sheraton Grand Doha won me directly when the airport shuttle had Wi-Fi. I also liked the modern equipment of the gym with sea view !

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What to do

Visit the Museum of Islamic Art

The Museum of Islamic Art is an absolute must in Doha. It represents Islamic art from three continents and over 1,400 years. The building itself is also beautiful, with a downstairs café and a gorgeous upstairs gourmet restaurant with spectacular views of the Doha skyline.

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Visit Katara Cultural Village

Opened in 2010, Katara Cultural Village is not only a beautiful place, but also offers various workshops, exhibitions and celebrations throughout the year. Katara Masjid is one of the most beautiful masjids in Qatar and you should definitely see them! Also the way to the Katara Cultural Village is the exciting development of the city of Doha.

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Visit the famous Souq Waqif

We visited the Souq Waqif during the day, I can not recommend that to you!

Visit him in the evening when not only the tourists are there, but also the locals. In many shops you can see spices and crafts and, of course, take home as a gift.

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An absolute shopping highlight is the Venetian-style Mall. As in Venice, you can take the ferries through the mall. At shops you will not miss a big name here!

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Things to know

  • In the summer months it can be up to 50 degrees. In November it is between 25 degrees and 30 degrees. We found it very pleasant!
  • Qatar is a Muslim country. Especially as a woman you should always try to cover his shoulders and knees. This makes you feel safer and avoids unpleasant situations.
  • During Ramadan in Doha you can not eat in public places from sunrise to sunset.
  • No alcohol may be brought into the country. Alcohol on the spot is not necessarily cheap.
  • In Doha there are taxis but also UBER, which you can order via the app.
  • Doha is also preparing to host the FIFA World Cup in 2022, for which the country will build 12 eco-friendly stadiums, some of which can accommodate up to 80,000 people.
  • If you’re flying with Qatar Airways, you can enjoy a 5-star Doha hotel stay for only $ 23 offered by Qatar Airways and the Qatar Tourism Authority as part of their Qatar stopover program. This applies to both economy and business class tickets. Find out more here: Experience Qatar during your stopover.
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So do not forget to check Qatar Airways on your next long-haul flight to see if you can make a quick stopover in Doha.


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Are you craving to experience something much different than those typical travel destinations in Europe like Paris or London? Then I recommend you to visit the Baltic cities, which I assure are not one of those that are overflowing with people. Just recently, I was in the diverse capital of Latvia and enjoyed my time endlessly in that beautiful and serene city.

Travel & Accommodation in Riga

Not only is Riga a goldmine for travel enthusiasts but a good flight booking became a cherry on top for me. Ryanair and airBaltic can fly you from almost all German airports to the Capital of Culture. We flew from Dusseldorf with airBaltic to Riga and, fortunately, I got an upgrade to the business class. After the delicious meals and many drinks, I did not want to leave the plane.

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From the airport, we took an UBER to the hotel. It usually costs around 13 € -15 € for a 15-20 minute drive; the bus can take around 30 minutes.

In Riga, live the luxurious life of your dreams and don’t worry at all about your wallet. We chose the Radisson Blu Latvija for our stay because it was very close to the Old Town and you do not need a car for a short trip. Radisson Blu is, of course, the perfect choice if you are looking for a gorgeous view over the whole city once on their upper floor.

What to do?

  • Begin your city trip with a delicious coffee in the park around the “Basteiberg.” This park is just one of the countless beautiful parks in Riga. It is worthwhile to stay a little longer and to enjoy nature and the environment.
  • Not far from here is, of course, the well-known – Old Town. The beauty of it is that you can hardly ever feel lost once you are in it. Just take some side road and immerse yourself in the small streets with the historic houses. The lanes also by chance took us to the well-known blue house, also known as restaurant “1221”. It is not only picture perfect but also wonderful for a wine on the roof terrace. This spot is known by only a few. The wine tastes heavenly.Riga City Guide, Fasten Ur Seatbelts
  • The central market is always recommended by many so, naturally, we did go there. I also got a classic pastry for myself. However, in my opinion, it is not a “must see.”
  • If you want to see Riga from above, you should drive to St. Peter’s Church for just 9 €. You can see the city from a 360-degree angle, and the best part is that it is not crowded at all. For motivation, I previously treated myself to the Bremen Town Musicians and Aperol 🙂 Riga City Guide, Fasten Ur Seatbelts
  • Another reason why Riga is breathtaking is that, in the evening light, the houses of the Blackheads on the Town Hall Square look even more beautiful and are definitely must see.
  • Stroll along Albert Street. Here you will find architectural masterpieces.Riga City Guide, Fasten Ur Seatbelts
  • The Birth Cathedral, with its golden roof, is worth a look and not far from the city center.

Restaurant Recommendations

The selection of exquisite restaurants is gigantic in Riga. I particularly liked that you can eat very stylish and inexpensive meals here, and they are all so modern and unusual.

On our first evening, we ended up in the St. Peter’s restaurant, which impressed me, on the spot, with its open kitchen, right as we entered. I still dream of the chocolate caramel dessert that I ate there.

Traditional and exclusive cuisine is served in the restaurant “Entresol.” The design of the dishes amazed me, almost immediately, and also the taste blew me away. Not only is the food impressive here, but also the great service. You feel right at home and welcome.

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Bonus Tip

Fly to Riga during the restaurant week. All restaurants offer a “get to know” menu between 15 € and 20 €. It is well worth it & so much fun! The dates can be found on the website of the city of Riga.

Let me know if you liked my tips and when are you planning to come to Riga!

Best things to do in Warsaw

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Do you dream of a place where there are spectacular malls, trendy bars and chic restaurants around every corner? Do, you know that such a heavenly place does exist. But where? Warsaw is every tourist’s dream destination. Tall skyscrapers line this little Manhattan in Poland. Anyone visiting Warsaw for the first time will be surprised at how cool and modern the Polish capital is.

Old town

A visit to Warsaw without visiting the Old Town is not possible. The pastel-colored houses in its market invite you to take a leisurely stroll. You cannot miss the Royal Castle in the Old Town and from here, you should take the Royal Route which is shrouded with impressive buildings and then continue onto the first shopping street. You can hardly miss it if you keep following the Royal Route. At some point, you will see numerous cafes, restaurants, and shops.

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Nowy Swiat is a famous and beautiful shopping street in Warsaw. You can get here directly from the Royal Route. Here you can find something for everyone! For all Zara, Mango and H&M lovers I recommend the 5 minutes’ walk to the street “Marszałkowska”.

In case of bad weather, a visit to the attractive “Zlote Tarasy” mall is also worthwhile, as there are about 200 shops in the huge “space station”.


Of course, while writing about a fancy and futuristic mall, I must also mention the traditional buildings worth seeing along the Royal Route. From the beautiful Technical University, or the Warsaw Landmark, to the Palace of Culture you will find wondrous beauty here. On the 30th floor, you can admire the city from above through the panoramic terrace. But what about a panoramic view with a closer look at the Palace of Culture, and a drink? Better? Then make sure to visit the Panorama Sky Bar at the Marriott Hotel.

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Here I do not know where to start. Culinary Warsaw has so much to offer. Everyone definitely finds something of their liking here. Here you will find a tantalizing culinary experience.

Traditional Cuisine

At Zapiecek restaurant you can find pierogi of any kind, as well as traditional Polish cuisine. We were in the cozy room in the Old Town and went there were early, as it is in great demand!


In the food hall “Hala Koszyki” many different cafés/restaurants offer a variety of dishes. There is even a vegan restaurant there. The cool bar in the factory-like hall will invite you to drink. We had a “low calorie” breakfast in the “Kreperia” and really feasted well over there.

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Unforgettable dinner:

Opasly Tom is a restaurant that stands in the middle of Warsaw which was also recently renovated. In it, you will be surprised with how fine, and innovative their Polish food and drinks are. Every dish is exciting and tastes fantastic. If you want to experience Polish cuisine differently with a personal service, this is the place for you and also make sure to try a Polish wine.

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10 minutes from the center, you will find the restaurant “Belvedere in the impressive Lazienki Park. As soon as you enter the building, you will be amazed by the interior design. Large arched windows surrounded by many shrubs and trees will make your dinner very cozy with an atmosphere of privacy. The exquisite classic dishes and ambiance are a dream.

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Spektakuläre Malls, angesagte Bars und schicke Restaurants findet ihr hier an jeder Ecke!

Wo? In Warschau! Hohe Wolkenkratzer zeichnen das kleine Manhattan in Polen. Wer Warschau zum ersten Mal besucht wird überrascht sein wie cool und modern die polnische Hauptstadt ist.


Ein Besuch in Warschau ohne die Altstadt zu besichtigen, ist nicht möglich! Die pastellfarbenen Häuser auf dem Altstadtmarkt laden nur zu einem gemütlichen Spaziergang ein. Das Königsschloss könnt ihr auf keinen Fall in der Altstadt verpassen und von hier aus, solltet ihr den Königsweg mit den imponierenden Gebäuden entlang gehen bis zur ersten Einkaufsstraße. Ihr könnt sie kaum verfehlen, wenn ihr immer weiter dem Königsweg folgt. Irgendwann seht ihr zahlreiche Cafés, Restaurants und Geschäfte.

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Nowy Swiat, die bekannte und wunderschöne Einkaufsstraße in Warschau. Hierhin gelangt man direkt vom Königsweg und es ist für jeden etwas dabei! Für alle Zara, Mango und H&M Liebhaber empfehle ich die 5 Minuten bis zur Straße „Marszałkowska“ zu gehen.

Bei schlechtem Wetter lohnt sich auch ein Besuch in der sehenswerten Mall „ Zlote Tarasy”. In der riesigen „Weltraumstation“ befinden sich ca. 200 Geschäfte.

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Wo ich gerade schon von einer ausgefallenen und futuristischen Mall schreibe, gibt es natürlich auch noch traditionelle sehenswerte Gebäude entlang des Königswegs, die wunderschöne technische Universität oder aber auch das Warschauer Wahrzeichen, der Kulturpalast. Im 30. Stock könnt ihr von der Panoramaterrasse die Stadt von oben bewundern! Wie wäre aber ein Panoramablick mit einem Drink und Sicht auf den Kulturpalast? Besser? Dann auf zur Panorama Sky Bar im Marriott Hotel!

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Hier weiß ich gar nicht, wo ich anfangen soll. Kulinarisch hat Warschau so einiges zu bieten. Hier findet auf jeden Fall jeder etwas!

Traditionelle Küche:

Pirogge in jeder Art, sowie traditionelle polnische Küche, bekommt ihr im Restaurant Zapiecek. Wir waren direkt in der gemütlichen Stube am Altstadtmarkt und waren schon früh da, da sie heiß begehrt ist!


In der Foodhall „Hala Koszyki“ werden in vielen kleinen Cafés/Restaurants unterschiedliche Speisen angeboten! Sogar ein Restaurant nur für Veganer! Die coole Bar in der Fabrik ähnlichen Halle nötigt einen fast zum trinken! Wir waren zum „kalorienarmen“ Frühstück in der „Kreperia“ und haben richtig geschlemmt.

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Unforgettable Dinner

Mitten in Warschau und gerade neu renoviert werdet ihr im Restaurant Opasly Tom“ mit feinen, innovativen polnischen Speisen und Drinks immer wieder aufs neue überrascht! Jedes Gericht ist spannend aufgemacht und schmeckt fantastisch! Wer die polnische Küche anders erleben möchte mit einem persönlichen Service, ist hier genau richtig! Probiert auch Mal einen polnischen Wein!

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10 Minuten vom Zentrum entfernt, findet ihr im eindrucksvolle Lazienki-Park das Restaurant „Belvedere“. Schon beim betreten des Gebäudes kommt man aus dem Staunen nicht mehr heraus! Große Bogenfenster umgeben von vielen Sträuchern und Bäumen lassen einen das Abendessen in privater Atmosphere. Die exquisiten klassischen Gerichte und das Ambiente sind ein Traum!

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Things to be Considered When Going to Amalfi Coast

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The beautiful pictures of Positano and the Amalfi Coast have seduced me, too to take a trip to the Amalfi Coast. However, I was previously unaware of some things that could have made the trip much more enjoyable. Therefore, I have summarized for you things which you should better not do and also the places where you should pay a visit.

Avoid Driving a Car

The roads in the Amalfi Coast are so narrow that you should not drive a car there yourself. You can either travel with a tour operator like Sunland for example or drive by public bus from one coastal town to another. We drove both by car and by scooter along the coast. I would always prefer the Jollyrent Vespa as my go to ride. You rarely get stuck in a traffic jam and never or rarely get alarmed by the narrow streets.

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Do Not Park

Parking on the Amalfi coast is unbelievably expensive. Mostly you pay 25 €-30 € for 24 hours or about 3 € per hour. In some suburbs, you can also park for 1 € per hour but these parking lots, of course, are much sought after by the locals.

Do Not Go With the Flow

Get up early and start your coastal tour in the early morning. The small mountain villages are mostly still empty and you avoid getting stuck in a traffic jam with the other tourists. Also, in the afternoon on the way back you will have the roads for you.

Eat With a View

While we dined royally in the restaurant L’Antica Cartiera, we could hear the waves beat against the cliffs and of course the sea. L’Antica Cartiera is one of the few hotel restaurants in the Amalfi Coast, right on the water. The attentive service fulfills every culinary desire.

My Tip: Treat yourself with the lobster along with the black noodles.

Do not forget to book a place with a sea view.

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Visit Ravello

The well-known city of Positano attracts most tourists to the Amalfi Coast. Try either visiting it early in the morning or admire the small colorful houses from a distance. Because when tourists squeeze through the narrow streets, even a visit to Positano is no fun. A great view, shops, beautiful gardens, and culinary delights can be found in the small hill town of Ravello.

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Visit the Beach in Minori

You want to relax for a day and let your mind wander? Then just drive to the beach promenade to Minori or Maiori.

These two places are only a few minutes’ drives from the Amalfi Coast.


Die wunderschönen Bilder von Positano und der Amalfi Küste haben auch mich zu einer Reise an die Amalfiküste verführt. Allerdings war mir vorher einige Dinge nicht bewusst, die die Reise hätten angenehmer machen können. Daher habe ich für euch zusammengefasst, was ihr besser nicht machen solltet und welchen Orten ihr einen Besuch abstatten solltet.

Avoid driving a car

Die Straßen in der Amalfiküste sind so eng, dass ihr nicht selbst mit einem Auto fahren solltet! Ihr könnt entweder mit einem Reiseveranstalter wie Sunland z.B. die Reise planen oder mit dem öffentlichen Bus von Küstenstadt zu Küstenstadt kommen. Wir sind sowohl mit dem Auto als auch mit dem Roller an der Küste entlang gefahren. Ich würde immer die Vespa von Jollyrent bevorzugen! Man steht selten im Stau und bekommt keine bzw. seltener Panik auf den engen Straßen.

Don’t park

Parken an der Amalfiküste ist unhemlich teuer! Meistens zahlt ihr 25€ – 30€ für 24 Stunden oder ca. 3€ die Stunde. In manchen Vororten kann man auch für 1€ die Stunde parken aber diese Parkplätze von einheimischen sind natürlich heiß begehrt!

Don’t go with the flow

Steht früh auf und beginnt eure Tour an der Küste am frühen Morgen! Die kleinen Bergdörfer sind meistens noch leer und ihr vermeidet mit den anderen Touristen im Stau zu stehen. Auch am Nachmittag auf dem Rückweg werdet ihr die Straßen für euch haben!

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Eat with a view

Während wir in dem Restaurant L’Antica Cartiera fürstlich diniert haben, konnten wir die Wellen gegen die Klippen schlagen hören und natürlich auch sehen! L’Antica Cartiera ist eins der wenigen Hotelrestaurants, das an der Amalfiküste direkt am Wasser liegt! Der aufmerksame Service erfüllt euch jeden kulinarischen Wunsch!  Mein Tipp: Gönnt euch den Hummer mit den schwarzen Nudeln.

Nicht vergessen einen Platz mit Meerblick zu reservieren!

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Visit Ravello

Die bekannte Stadt Positano zieht die meisten Touristen an die Amalfiküste. Versucht sie entweder früh morgens zu besuchen oder die kleinen bunten Häuschen von weitem zu bewundern. Denn wenn sich die Touristen durch die engen Gassen quetschen, macht auch ein Besuch in Positano keinen Spaß mehr! Einen tollen Ausblick, Geschäfte, wunderschöne Gärten und kulinarische Köstlichkeiten findet ihr in der kleinen Hügelstadt Ravello!

Visit the Beach in Minori

Ihr wollt einen Tag entspannen und die Seele baumeln lassen? Dann fahrt einfach zur Strandpromenade nach Minori oder Maiori. Die beiden Orte sind nur wenige Fahrminuten von Amalfi entfernt!

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