Portugal is a country of stunning variety. Landscapes range from granite topped mountain ranges to golden sand laden coastline.
The upper Danube in the Black Forest is a wonderful place to go hiking, and we discovered much more along these ancient river banks in the town of Donaüschingen.
Take a day trip to Eselsmühle, the donkey farm and mill near Stuttgart. Eselsmühle is also a restaurant, event center, geological museum and so much more.
It can truly feel like “It’s Christmas Everyday!” in Germany between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Cities and towns across Germany have Christmas fests every single weekend! The festivities also include traditional holiday events such as ballets, plays and musicals.
During late September and early October, the town of Mössingen comes alive to celebrate its 10th Annual Apple Fest. My family and I are so excited to participate in apple fest in Baden-Württemberg! According… Read more
The perfect time to take the family on a road trip to check out Germany’s take on amusement parks is in the summer. From an afternoon spent with Shrek to… Read more
Have a fun outdoor adventure with family or a group of friends at Sulzbach-Laufen in the Swabian Alb. Paddle along the tracks on trolley/bikes.
From swimming pools to steel factories, there are so many places to visit in Germany. Here’s some ideas for 7 great day trips, with or without the kids…
As summer fast approaches, there is no doubt the city of Stuttgart and neighboring towns are gearing up for their popular and fun street festivals!
Families head to Bad Wildbad warm water springs, natural beauty, delicious blueberries and more. Located in the Black Forest, this tranquil destination has been attracting tourists for centuries!
Family and friends head to Karlsruhe for a little shopping, lunch and an adventurous escape!
Wondering what’s up with all those kilts, large meat on a bone and log throwing? Nagold, like other towns, hosts annual Medieval Fests. Step back in time..!
The living history farmstead Schwarzwälder Freilichtmuseum Vogtbauernhof warrants a visit! The over 400 year old open-museum is interactive and fun for all.
Stuttgart’s Wilhelma Zoo and Botanical Gardens is the only zoological botanical garden in Europe and has over 8000 animals and various beautiful flowers.
Simigo provides a hysterical time for families with 3D and artistic golfing. The arena is filled with scenes from Stuttgart, a spooky train and more.
PLAYMOBIL has different kinds of fun in a family-oriented play park that won’t disappoint.
Enjoy Labor Day Weekend with your family with our suggested activities.
If you live in the Stuttgart Military Community then you are lucky enough to have several outdoor bathing options to choose from.
Discover a disused iron railway line in the Black Forest that has been paved over to create a family-friendly and very scenic bike route.
Stuttgart offers various fun places and activities for the family to enjoy together. From museums to indoor and outdoor parks and so much more…
The Christmas Markets of Germany are the best part of Christmas in Germany. If you are stationed in Europe during the holidays, this is a something you can’t miss out on. Even if you plan to travel or head home for Christmas, the markets kick off at the end of November, so you’ll have plenty of time to get your share of Glühwein (mulled wine) and Nutella smothered crepes or waffles!