General information: About 20 minutes by train from Berlin, there is Potsdam, a German city not so well known, but beautiful. It has about 200,000 inhabitants and is a very quiet, orderly and safe city.
Where to eat?
Well, the city is full of places to eat or just have a drink. Cafes, restaurants, bars, there is everything in Potsdam, you can choose.
How to move around the city?
There are trams and buses that will take you everywhere, I went practically to the last station, to also know the surroundings. So, public transport is really good, you can visit every corner of the city. And, if you want, you can also make a tour by bike, it’s a small town.
General information: Vienna is the capital of Austria, with 2 million inhabitants. (2.5 with surroundings) It’s a multicultural city, where hundreds of thousands of people from other countries come to work. The official currency is the euro, which is used in a big part of the European Union. The city is definitely prepared to receive tourists, so you will feel very comfortable. The official language is German, but most of the people speak English.
Where to eat?
You definitely have to eat the Vienna steak and a Sacher cake for dessert. It’s the most famous of the Austrian gastronomy and yes, it’s expensive, but it’s worth it. I ate Sacher cake in the café Aida and it was great, with a wonderful view also. And the rest of the food is also expensive, it doesn’t even depend so much on whether you are in the center or not, it’s still expensive. The most recommendable, if you don’t have money, is to buy salads and things like that in the supermarket.