February 21, 2012

9flats on tour

We czeched out Prague

At 9flats, we’re just about to turn one-year-old. We thought this was a good excuse to celebrate: and what better way than with a weekend escape to the jewel of Central Europe? So, last Friday afternoon, in a minibus full of dreams, eager to discover this beautiful city, we headed off to Prague. When we […]

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June 7, 2011

9 flats outing

Work trip to Prague!

I was recently fortunate to make my maiden trip to Prague for a short 24-hour work trip. Unfortunately my work duties left me with only a few precious hours to see the city before having to rush back to the airport and my flight home. What to do? A major part of the solution – […]

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June 1, 2011

travel tips

Basel – Swiss chocolate paradise

As the weather, my stay in Basel could not have been better. It was the first summery day of the year so my first instinct was to get rid of my jacket and head straight to the ice cream shop. Basel is a beautiful city and I felt I stepped in another world all day. […]

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May 30, 2011

travel tips

Salzburg – Palaces and Mozart balls!

When I wake up in the morning I usually scream; not out of frustration but more so cause I love my job. YES! I am a professional apartment tester for 9flats.com! I was recently sent on a mission to Salzburg and could not hold the excitement. I had the chance to stay in a beautiful […]

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May 26, 2011

travel tips

Tenerife

  Moving on from the Balearic Islands now, 9flats has decided to stay in Spain for a little longer and look at another popular destination, the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean, and begin with Tenerife, the most populated island of Spain. One of the island’s most interesting aspects is that its location and climate […]

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May 25, 2011

travel tips

Mallorca!

Mallorca is by far the largest island in the Baleares archipelago and has a population of over 860,000 people, but almost half the people are living on the island capital, Palma. Mallorca has always attracted Germans and British tourists and has often been associated to a mass tourism resort, however, the fact is that the […]

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