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While many of the others were planning ambitious weekend trips to Barcelona, Paris, Venice, etc. I was hoping to discover more local gems so I could truly live and experience Deutschland, while keeping travel costs to a minimum. And since I made it that far, I simply had no excuse not to cross the border into France and Switzerland teehee.
A quick 20min U-bahn ride from Uni Hohenheim, I spent many of my evenings after work and non-travelling weekends relaxing here. Smaller cities typically only have one representative jugendherberge. This is definitely the best option for students — around 20 euros per night including a breakfast buffet. However, they are usually quite far from the city centre.
While, Strasbourg is very walkable — just wear good shoes! From Konstanz, a quick 1. Trust me, you do not want to pay 50 euros per night just for a hostel. Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Once again, picnic blankets are a necessity!!! The most beautiful modern and minimalistic city library I ever did see! Snap away up on the roof as well.
Eat local Swabian foods: Baden-Baden Things to do: When has anyone ever said no to afternoon tea? Stroll through Lichtentaler Allee: Beautiful gardens and classy buskers Tram up Merkur Mountain: You might catch para-gliders taking off like we did!
Wander through Petite France: Konstanz Things to do: Walk through Altstadt Old City to the Imperia: During the war, due to its close ties with Switzerland, Konstanz kept their lights on at night so fighter planes would assume Konstanz was a part of Switzerland. As a result, this city has never suffered any damage from the war, with well-preserved buildings still in use since the 11 th century!