Category: Berlin

  • LGBT-friendly travel: The best cities in the world to be queer

    LGBT-friendly travel: The best cities in the world to be queer

    There are a lot of countries around the world where being gay is widely accepted. But there are only some cities that feel like a year-round pride parade. These cities are progressive, fun, and great for couples or singles looking to immerse themselves in the local gay culture. Here are the best destinations for LGBT-friendly…

  • Traveling to Berlin with a dog

    Traveling to Berlin with a dog

    Getting a pet is a lot like having kids. The responsibility can bog you down and restrict your freedom to travel spontaneously or travel at all. The alternative is to travel with your dog. Europe is a great place to travel with pets because dogs are an important part of the culture and lifestyle in…

  • The best churches in the world

    The best churches in the world

    Though I have a general disdain for organized religion and I barely even believe in God, I have a deep affinity for churches. They always have the most ornate, beautiful architecture. They always create an amazing outline in a city’s skyline. They’re calm, quiet, and they have a distinct comforting scent. And even if you’re…

  • The street art of Berlin

    The street art of Berlin

    One of my favorite things about traveling is seeing street art all over the world. I think walls without spray paint are just so boring. And no one knows painting murals on walls better than the city of Berlin.

  • Honky’s travel playlist for summer 2016

    Honky’s travel playlist for summer 2016

    When I was getting ready to hop a one-way flight to Europe, I created a playlist. I knew I would need something to listen to on those 8-hour bus rides. But to quote the great Florence Welch, “You can’t choose what stays in what fades away.” So I barely remember anything on that playlist, but…

  • What to expect from Berlin’s nightlife

    What to expect from Berlin’s nightlife

    This article should more aptly be called “How to Survive Berlin’s Nightlife” because I was there for only 4 days and I’m wrecked. You’ll quickly realize Berlin’s nightlife is also its daylife, because going out is their whole life. We stayed at an Airbnb so we were greeted by our local host with a question about…