Even though Dusseldorf is only an hour away from where I live, I had actually never visited this city before. I only ever passed it on my way to Dusseldorf Airport, to catch a flight to new destinations.
As often as I had to travel to Frankfurt for catching a flight at FRA Airport it was only my second time I decided to visit Frankfurt and explore more of the city. My first time was during the FIFA World Cup football in 2006 with my best friends. We slept on the river side, in a sleeping bag after getting drunk in the city while we watched Netherlands playing against Argentina. This time I had a complete different reason to travel to Frankfurt as I was meeting up with my Asian bestie and YouTube star Avelovin.
As I grew up in the southeast of Holland next to the German and Belgium border I consider Aachen, Germany as my base. Because of that I travel to Germany often and mostly start my blogging trips from either Cologne Airport or Dusseldorf Airport. The Cologne - Aachen stretch is probably one of my most traveled routes in Germany and because there are many ways to complete this route I wanted to help you find the best way to get from Aachen to Cologne.
Just two weeks ago I went on a road trip from Frankfurt to Brussels and last week I was on a road trip in Germany again. How come? I got this offer to test a new app called Breakzy and therefore I traveled to Amsterdam to pick up a Peugeot again, this time a brand new Peugeot 307 SW. But I of course I was not going alone, I picked up my travel buddy from previous trips to India, Austria and my road trip to Balkan first.
On my road trip through Germany with Breakzy, the cool exploring app, I visited Dusseldorf and found a super hip and trendy boutique hotel in the heart of the city center. Where to stay in Dusseldorf just got a little easier because I found this great place for you and in this blog I will tell you 11 reasons why you should stay at me and all hotels Dusseldorf as well.
Providing you with resourceful information about buying European sim cards when traveling to Europe became a thing to do in every country I visit. Basically because I have to buy one myself and being online and sharing my journey is part of traveling for me. Over the last years I became a professional traveler documenting my trips through this website and my social media channels. As I grew up on the border of Germany and Holland I never really searched tourist sim cards here, but after seeing with my own eyes that it was a pain in the ass to buy a sim card at Frankfurt Airport and Amsterdam Airport, I figured it was time to help tourists traveling to Germany.
As I lately flew a lot with Qatar Airways (check out my video of their new First Class), Frankfurt Airport became my new arrival port in Europe. Being a full time world traveler I gave up my phone contract and now rely on buying a prepaid sim card in Germany.