• Arminius Markthalle Lamp Cafe
    Arminius Markthalle, Berlin

    One of the best things I like in Germans is the fact that they respect their traditions and try to keep them. This is why, despite globalization, the trend of spending time at huge

  • Hansens Brauerei Logo
    The most northern brewery in Germany

    The most northern big city in Germany is Flensburg, located only few kilometers away from the Danish border. Apart from it’s location, Flensburg is famous because of its past: it was a significant harbour and

  • Berliner Weisse in the Brewery Restaurant
    Breweries: Berliner-Kindl-Schultheiss Brauerei

    I’ve never lived in Berlin. However, I spent in this city so many days and nights, that I literally feel that I’ve been living here for a long time. This is a feeling when

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    New York rooftops: The Press Lounge

    New York is the city with the biggest number of skyscrapers in America and Europe and second in the world after Hong-Kong. This is not only inspiring, this offers to experience the best views

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    New York liquor shops: Vintner Wine Market

    Nowhere usual liquor shops can be so unusual as in New York City. Many of them are not just about purchasing liquors for your home party, but about experiencing the greatest variety of local and

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  • 3 days across Denmark: Aarhus & Vejle

    Aboulevarden canal in Aarhus city center

    Starting our travel in Flensburg, a German-Danish border city on the German side, we moved to the north: our goal was to reach Aarhus by the end of the day which is about 200km

  • Survival Guide to Mexico-City

    01 Survival Guide City Mexico

    Relaxed laid-back atmosphere, sounds of Mexican music from every bar, people walking around, sitting outside of bars under the palms and enjoying their coffee, beer or tequila – this is how you probably imagine

  • 3 days across Denmark: Flensburg

    Historic Harbour in Flensburg

    While reading the story subject, you could get frustrated: Flensburg? Is this city located in Denmark? Well, for sure, no, at least nowadays (although in its past it was longer the part Denmark than Germany). But

  • Our 10 best cities in 2015

    Top10 Cities visited in 2015

    Isn’t it a great feeling to come somewhere for the first time, explore the new city and get surprised? This is why every year we try to visit as many new cities as possible. When

  • Beerlin calling: most popular beer brands

    The Berliner Beers in comparison

    One thing I like about Germany: whenever you go, you don’t see the pubs full of international beer brands. Germans drink a lot of beer, but many of them have never tried Heineken, Stella

  • Austrian lake trip: Wörthersee & Carinthia


    Austria is one of my favorite travel destinations in Europe when it comes to enjoy pure nature: beautiful mountains, evergreen meadows, pine forests, a lot of waterfalls, creeks and rivers.  However, what impressed me

  • 3 days in Los Angeles

    Sunset at Santa Monica Downtown

    Last time we visited L.A. was on our West Coast road trip in late December 2013. I’ve been to L.A. before and honestly I didn’t like the city a lot. However, this time I gave

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    New York rooftops: The Press Lounge

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    Urban bar in Luxembourg

  • Arminius Markthalle Lamp Cafe

    Arminius Markthalle, Berlin

  • Hansens Brauerei Logo

    The most northern brewery in Germany

  • Berliner Weisse in the Brewery Restaurant

    Breweries: Berliner-Kindl-Schultheiss Brauerei

  • München72

    Back to 70’s: München 72

  • Vintner-Liquor-Shop-NYC

    New York liquor shops: Vintner Wine Market

  • Scotts Pub Luxembourg

    Best Pub in Luxembourg

  • Urban Bar Luxembourg

    Urban bar in Luxembourg

  • Sloppy Joe's Bar, Key West

    Hemingway’s favourite pub

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Latest Posts

How to drink coffee in America

Posted by • January 9, 2014 • drinks Add Comment
Coffee cans at 7-Eleven

We at Drinksandtrips like to start each morning of our trips with a solid drink. In ideal world, it must be Bloody Mary, or at least half a pint cider during warm summer days.

All year summer in Winter Park

Posted by • December 30, 2013 • bars ,cocktails ,trips ,weekend trip Add Comment
Park Ave in Winter Park

Orlando is my absolutely preffered city if it comes to a question where to live in Florida, not for 2 or 3 days, but for a longer term. It’s not at the beach, but

4 hours in Atlanta

Posted by • December 26, 2013 • trips ,weekend trip Add Comment
Atlanta Olympic Park

If you travel to the United States, or even within the country by Delta, chances to have a stop-over in Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta are pretty high. At Christmas 2013, I was travelling to

Roosevelt Island, New York

Posted by • December 8, 2013 • trips ,weekend trip Add Comment
Roosevelt Island Bridge

New York is probably the most recognizable city in the world. You know this city already before coming here for the first time: thanks to Hollywood movies and TV series. You know how the

Drinking in Frankfurt: Apfelwein

Posted by • September 17, 2013 • drinks ,wine Add Comment
Apfelwein on a local festival

Frankfurt is the biggest city of Hesse and of the Main-Rhine Region. These both cultures strongly impact drinking traditions in Frankfurt, which are quite different from other German regions. Drinksandtrips tells you how to

Florida Beaches: Bahia Honda

Posted by • September 3, 2013 • beach and sea ,beer ,road trip ,trips Add Comment
Sunset at Bahia Honda beach

Most of Florida beaches are pretty similar: long line of the pure white sand, few umbrellas and sunbeds, volleyball pitch and tall block buildings along the seaside. Additionally, tall hotel buildings along the seaside

Sports in America: baseball

Posted by • August 26, 2013 • sports trip ,trips ,weekend trip ,wine Add Comment
Baseball Tampa vs. Yankees

Baseball is one of the America’s favorite sports together with football and basketball. For Europeans, the game doesn’t look pretty much actionable, but Americans love it: it is probably the most American game at

Seaside spirit of St Pete

Harbour of St.Petersburg

St Petersburg is probably the most well known city at the West Coast of Florida. It takes only 2 hours drive from Orlando and you can already experience a true seaside spirit. Called St Pete

Frankfurt am Wine

Posted by • June 14, 2013 • drinks ,trips Add Comment

I love summer in Frankfurt! It’s almost such cool as summer in Moscow: people’re chilling around and the city is finally relax after a busy winter! What is Frankfurt all about? It’s Main, city with

Frankfurt festivals: Fressgassfest

Posted by • June 6, 2013 • beer ,drinks ,festivals ,wine Add Comment

Frankfurt has a great tradition: every summer many city streets and areas invite you for local street festivals. Streets are being blocked from both ends and various food and drink stands pop-up for a