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Rotterdam vibes

Ahhh…..Rotterdam! During the past year I had the honour to travel extensively there and can safely say it feels like second home! Although I did not experience it as a tourist, the city has a very lively vibe. If you are an architect, go for the design and architecture. If you just like to explore Holland, go for the night and day city life. It is worth a visit!

Although this may not be a typical post, here are some photos from my life in Rotterdam 🙂

Hotel view

How to relax after work at hotel

Artistic view edited by @george.zampoukis.photographer

Hotel relaxing area

Writing down memories

Hotel view for industrial landscape overs

Sunsets and hotel life

Views from gym

Although I can’t find this restaurant again, I think it was an old church turned into a restaurant. Magnificent inside!

Another view from the ‘medieval’ restaurant 🙂

 

 

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Sunshine days in Malmo’s Vestra Hamn

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Postcards from Malmo

 

Lighthouse view

Pretty neighbourhoods

One shopping mall in Malmo

Stone parade

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In the suburbs of Malmö

Yes I might have posted several times about Malmö, but this area just a little bit north of the city centre, called Vastra Hamnen is among my favourites! Still in walking distance from the centre (half an hour let’s say) it is a good opportunity to cross the city, parks and residential areas with great architecture (last photo) similar to the blocks built in southern countries with gardens and balconies (!!!!), and that is something you don’t often see in Scandinavia!

I love it for a weekend or even a day trip as I live in Copenhagen! From Copenhagen’s central station you can take the train, cross Øresund bridge and arrive in Malmo within half an hour!

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