Berlin ick liebe Dir! Save 20% on your New Home

Spothome: the easiest way to find your new home in Berlin, from anywhere in the world! Here's why: Don't waste your time - no contacting landlords, no running around to visits. Search and book your property 100% online and have your place sorted before you even arrive. What you see…

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7 Can’t-Miss Day Trips from Turin

Turin is an amazing city. But there’s more to the Piedmont region than just the city! From picturesque wine-country villages to incredible mountain vistas, there’s so much more waiting to be discovered just outside of Turin. Check out some of our favorite day trips from Turin, and start…

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Food You Absolutely Must Try in Turin

Turin may not have the colosseum. It may not have the impressive Galleria of Milan, nor the breathtaking Duomo of Florence. There are no famed leaning towers. No charming gondola rides. Nope, not in Turin. Turin has something much better. Turin has food. If you’re new to Turin or…

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A Day Out in Turin: What to See and Do

A piazza full of palaces. A legendary shroud. Ancient ruins dotting the road under an Alpine skyline. Welcome to Torino. Often overlooked in favour of more-famous Milan or Rome (la-dee-da…), Turin is possibly one of Italy’s most charming, unique cities-- as well as its third largest! If you’re…

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Where to Spend Christmas in Europe

Photo Credit: freestocks.org Just moved to a new city and can’t wait to discover the coolest spots during the Christmas period? We explored the favorite to-do’s in some of the Spotahome cities. These tips are from expats and locals who live or have lived in the city,…

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Things to do in Berlin: Best Multicultural Restaurants

Translated from German by Melissa Lyras & Sarah Mildenberger German metropolis are generally known for their characteristic stodgy dishes which warm the cockles of your heart in the cold weather. In Munich, one shouldn’t miss the “Weißwurstfrühstück”, a breakfast plate including white sausage or the “Haxe mit Sauerkraut”, which…

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How to: Live Like a Local in Milan

Confession: after moving to the north of Italy over a year ago, I still hadn't explored Milan. You know how it is: you arrive in a new city, you get comfortable in the tourist center, and you kinda just, well, stay there. Schlepping along with the usual tourist fare. People…

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