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Keeping in line with other financial companies aligning with European football clubs, global investment firm GMO Trading has announced a regional partnership with eight-time Bundesliga champions Borussia Dortmund. The company will become the official regional partner for the football club during the club’s 2018-19 campaign. As part of its selling push this year GMO Trading is aggressively marketing its advanced trading platform. Currently clients throughout Europe are using it to trade CFDs in a secure environment that they can access anywhere and at any time. The terms of the deal include co-operative marketing initiatives between the two throughout Europe outside…

Frankfurt is Germany’s banking capital and home of the country’s biggest airport. Visitors on a longer stop-over or travelling for business can experience this bustling city from its fun side. Amazing clubs, chilled-out bars and fantastic restaurants guarantee a varied leisure time!    Germany is a great holiday destination – flights from the US to Germany … … take off every day from almost all major cities in the United States. No matter where you are – in New York, Seattle or San Francisco. More than 30 airports in the USA can be your starting point to this very diverse…

If your travels bring you to Berlin, Germany there is plenty to do to occupy your time. Whether you are there for a day or a week you will have more than enough to do and see during your stay. Staying at a HouseTrip lodging while in Berlin is a great place to start and these top cool and fun attractions are a great way to kick off your itinerary! Walk Through the Grunewald Forest Grunewald Forest is known throughout Europe as Berlin’s largest forested area, and can be found south-west of Charlottenburg. This beautiful green expanse is easily accessible…

Frankfurt Am Main, as the locals call it, is an especially good choice for a first-time traveler planning a trip to Europe. This youthful, thriving city is very accessible in terms of flights and language, and there are a wide range of hotels in Frankfurt to suit every taste and budget. There’s plenty to do and see once you’ve arrived, too. Since it’s more of a business destination than a tourist mecca, Frankfurt is a little more low-key and far less expensive than cities like Berlin, London, or Paris. Here are a few reasons to consider Frankfurt, Germany as your gateway to international…

Photo by Jan Venter via Trover.com Are you someone who hates traveling to cities and staying in conventional, cookie cutter high-rise hotels? The next time you’re in Berlin, show your individuality by choosing one of these novel hotels instead. nhow Hotel Music fans, take note! The nhow Berlin is Germany’s answer to the famous Riot House in West Hollywood. While there won’t be any 1970s rock stars hanging around, a musical theme enhances your stay, punctuating all the decor. The second nhow property in Europe, this German property goes so far as to refer to itself as a lifestyle hotel. Even…

When you picture great hiking trails around the world, the first things that come to mind are probably wide open spaces, steep mountains, or peaceful rainforests. There are, however, plenty of fantastic walks that can be enjoyed in the midst of cities across the globe, even the densely-populated ones you wouldn’t expect. If you love to explore a busy city on foot, or just like to stretch your legs and get your heart pumping while on holidays, you’ll be pleased to know that for many of the world’s top hikes, you don’t actually need to leave the metropolis. Read on…

Berlin is a city bustling with culture and vibrant events. With around 369 million tourists descending on the country every year, Germany is the seventh most visited country in the world. It therefore comes as no surprise that the capital city has a buzzing nightlife to tantalise and entertain every visitor. Here are just a few fantastic places to visit if you’re planning on stopping over in Berlin. Dine at Vau Book a reservation and indulge in some delectable German classics at the Vau, located on the scenic Gendarmenmarkt. Michelin-starred Chef Kolja Kleeberg serves up dishes with an international twist,…

With airfares on the rise, a growing number of Brits are embarking on river cruises during their summer holidays. From the incredible scenery of the Douro to the rich history of the Danube, river cruises make it easy to soak in a destination without the hustle, bustle, and rapid pace of a traditional holiday. From comfort to culture, read on to learn why European river cruises are becoming the hottest new holiday trend.  1. River cruises deliver a personal experience When you hear the word ‘cruise’, what pops into your mind? For most people, it’s an image of gigantic cruise ships…