Hamburg, June 3, 2022 – All aboard, please! Since June 1, the 9-Euro-Ticket for buses and trains on public transport has been valid throughout Germany. During the summer months of June, July and August, travelers can explore all of Germany for 9 euros per month. So, it’s high time to plan your next trip. How about a hip city trip, for example? Hamburg, Berlin, Munich – many people already know these cool cities. How about another city? Belvilla by OYO presents four alternatives that are worthwhile in any case. Let’s go! #9euroticket #citytrip
Admittedly: Wuppertal is probably not the first place that comes to mind when it comes to a city trip. But the city has a lot to offer and is a real insider tip. The absolute highlight in the truest sense of the word: a ride on the legendary suspension railroad – which, by the way, is also possible with a 9-euro ticket! What else does Wuppertal have to offer? Visitors can experience a wow-moment on the Toelle Tower, which offers a spectacular view. Relaxed cycling through the city? That’s possible in Wuppertal, too, on the Nordbahntrasse. Cars are taboo, cyclists and pedestrians are guided separately. And – who would have thought it – Wuppertal has the largest contiguous villa district in Germany from the Wilhelminian period in the Briller quarter. #archilovers
After the city tour, cooling off in this cozy vacation apartment with pool is just the right thing.
From the Semper Opera House to night skating – Dresden has something to offer for every taste. The city is best discovered on a sightseeing tour by bus or steamboat. Especially cult: a Trabi safari – from the Dresden Zwinger to the Elbe castles on the banks of the Elbe. Tip: Guests can experience an action-packed highlight every Thursday on the nightly skate tour – starting at the large skate park on Lingnerallee. Want a little refreshment? At the Citybeach bar on the banks of the Elbe, guests can relax between palm trees and real sand, including a view of the Elbe. #dresdencity
Looking for a place to stay? Belvilla offers an attractive selection of vacation homes in and around Dresden.
Want a city without the big city hustle and bustle? Then Quedlinburg is a real insider tip! The city with just over 23,000 inhabitants on the edge of the Harz Mountains is a UNESCO Cultural Heritage and perhaps one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. The contrast between the many flowers and the famous half-timbered buildings is the perfect motif for every Insta post. #nofilterneeded
Accommodation tip: This apartment In the Old Town is ideal for a family or a small group of friends.
Small but mighty: Glücksburg, with a population of around 6,000, is the northernmost town in Germany. The moated castle Glücksburg is already impressive from the outside and can also be visited from the inside. Rather chill out? No problem, Glücksburg has a beautiful beach that stretches for miles. #beach
By the way, there’s a sea view in this modern vacation apartment with balcony. The apartment is very centrally located, only about 300 meters from the beach and 300 meters from the city center.