Germany Vs Sweden holiday matchup
With the football in full swing, the footballing fever could not be higher. In one of the upcoming games this week, Germany play Sweden at the Fisht Olympic stadium in Russia. However, the real questions is, which city break would you prefer to watch the football in the sun at, Berlin or Stockholm?
The Haus Vs Abba Museum
165 artists created a true master piece on an abandoned building in Berlin. This was once an old bank and is located within one of Berlin’s best shopping boulevards, the Kurfürstendamm. Filled with arts concepts and articulate graffiti, The Haus has a strict no phone policy. They want you to enjoy the artwork and atmosphere through your own eyes instead of a phone screen. The Haus is a unique place that’s guaranteed to leave you with a long lasting memory.
The ABBA museum is definitely somewhere you should visit in Stockholm. Filled with the original costumes, golden records and other memorabilia, it will be enough to make you shout ‘Mamma Mia!’ Plus, it won’t cost you a lot of ‘Money, Money, Money’ and is a great day out When you find out they also offer guided tours, you’ll be shouting ‘Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!’ tickets to that. Then after having fun at the museum, head out into the city and be the ‘Dancing Queen’ you really are!
There will be 100s of places across Stockholm and Berlin showing this match. So head into the centre and join in the atmosphere and celebrations!
The German capital comes alive at night; with lots of bustling nightlife for you to enjoy there are so many venues to try. One place you have to go to is Watergate nightclub. It’s one of the city’s longest-running music clubs. With its slick interior, LED lights everywhere and a superb sound system, ‘ll defiantly keep you up until the early hours of the morning. When you aren’t dancing the night away, there’s also high-class cocktail bars and a quirky bar in an old Soviet tower block for you to enjoy.
Stockholm is a beautiful city, full of fantastic nightclubs and bars. You should start your night at is the Icebar. All the cocktails are served in a glass made of ice and you can drink them at the bar where the room temperatureis -7 degrees, chilly! After this, you have to visit Huset Under Bron, it’s an open air party during the summer and a two-floor nightclub in winter.
Start by exploring the city on a tandem bike, it’s one of the easiest, healthiest and most romantic ways to see what Berlin has to offer. There’s so much food to dig in to, why not try dining in the dark? At the Unsicht bar, your entire meal in the dark and yes the waiter will have walk you to your table. Apparently, this is to heighten your sense of taste, however it might not be the best option if you want to look into your partners eyes. You can also visit Wannsee, Berlins most famous lake. Take a scenic stroll around Pfaueninsel, known as peacock island, which is where Friedrich Wilhelm II of Prussia built a palace called Lustschloss as a gift for his mistress. How can you top a palace as a present?
Stockholm, often seen as the ‘Venice of the North’ because the city consists of 14 islands, which are all surrounded by water. With stunning views and riverside walks, there’s more than enough for couples to do. Start off your trip at Mälarpaviljongen. On the banks of lake Mälaren, it’s the perfect place for sipping cocktails with that special someone as you gaze upon the city of Stockholm. Next, relax at the Centralbadet spa, it’s located in an Art Nouveau building and is perfect for spending quality time together. Walk around the flourishing gardens before enjoying the sauna. Finally, for an evening meal, you have to visit Himlen Restuarat. Himlen, meaning heaven in Swedish, is a French and Swedish restaurant located on the top floor of the Skrapan Skyscraper. However, if you are looking for a more chill out experience, then head up another floor to the lounge and cocktail. Either way you’ll feel like you’re in the clouds.