19 Interesting places in England: London is not all there is

Very often, trips to England are limited to a short city break in London. The capital of Great Britain has Historic architecture, rich cultural offers, and very interesting museums. Visitors are favored by the fact that many of London’s attractions are free.

However, it is not worth ending your visit only in the capital. There are many more interesting places in England. Charming towns, architectural wonders, beautiful landscapes – there is definitely a lot to choose from.

1 – York, Northern England

One of the most interesting places in England is the city of York in Yorkshire, at the confluence of the Ouse and Foss rivers, known mainly for its rich history. Over 2,000 were created years ago, and for a long time, it was the largest city in this part of Great Britain. In medieval buildings, traces of the Vikings and Romans are intertwined. The first captured the city in 866 and occupied it for 200 years. For the Romans, York was the main military base. Emperor Septimius Severus died in this city, Constantius I Chlorus – father of Constantine I the Great, and Constantine himself was proclaimed emperor here.

In addition to Roman monuments, the attractions of York are numerous churches and also pubs. Guides even claim that you can see at least one pub and one church from any point in the city within the city walls. The largest is the medieval cathedral, which in terms of size, is unmatched in all of England.

2 – Oxford, South England

Oxford is famous for being the oldest English-speaking university in the world. The name of the city comes from two words: ox (ox) and ford (ford). This is because, at Oxford, where the waters of the Cherwell flow into the Thames, it was possible to ford both rivers, most often by oxen-drawn cart.

The city has many tourist attractions, partly related to the university. While in Oxford, it’s impossible not to visit the Ashmolean Museum, which has a substantial collection of art and artifacts from archaeological excavations, as well as the Bodleian Library, one of the oldest university libraries. For a view of the city from above, it is worth going to the Carfax Tower, a tower located in the center of Oxford.

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The University of Oxford attracts not only students but also tourists, photo: Shutterstock.com

3 – Cambridge, South England

The second oldest university in England, the best in the country, and one of the best in the world are located 100 km away in Cambridge, one of the most visited cities in Great Britain by Poles. Today, almost all buildings of the university founded in 1209 are architectural monuments. Among the most famous are Trinity Hall, a college from 1350 that specializes in legal sciences, and King’s College from 1441, which is home to one of the most beautiful chapels in England. During a tour of the area, you can admire the houses, e.g., Stephen Hawking, physicist and cosmologist, and David Gilmour, musician.

There is an American War Cemetery in nearby Madingley, the Imperial War Museum in Duxford, and the home of the poet Rupert Brooke in Grantchester.

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4 – Cotswolds Hills, Central England

The nearly 80-kilometer range of Limestone Hills, among which the sources of the Thames are hidden, attracts idyllic landscapes. A trip to the Cotswolds will be perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. Almost everything – from doghouses, garden walls, and houses to churches and castles – is made of material mined in local quarries. In the Cotswolds, straw-thatched buildings cover the buildings.

The northern part of the hills is considered more picturesque than the southern part due to the higher hills. At an altitude of 300 m, at the intersection of eight roads, there is Stow-on-the-Wold, one of the highest-located towns in England, which dates back to prehistoric times.

The architectural pearl of the Cotswolds is also Chipping Campden. The main street of the town has the shape of a gentle bend and consists of low medieval tenement houses tightly glued to each other.

The nearby town of Tewkesbury is famous for its beautiful inns, the oldest of which, “The Old Black Bear,” dates back to 1308, and the nearby “Under the Hops” was even immortalized by Charles Dickens in the novel “The Pickwick Papers.”

5 – Bath, South England

Bath is close to the only natural geothermal springs in the British Isles. The spa town, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, has excellently preserved Roman baths and pump rooms. The place also impresses with its Georgian architecture, e.g., sandstone buildings that perfectly blend in with modern buildings.

Bath has been a tourist destination for 2,000 years ago. The beauty of the spa and the beneficial influence of its waters on people again attracted tourists in the 18th century. A hundred years later, Bath became the center of English social life. Representatives of the elite began to come to the baths. Today, many visitors believe that Bath mineral water is a cure for various ailments.

In Bath, you can also admire squares with terraced buildings in the shape of bends and the famous Pulteney Bridge, which is one of the few bridges in Europe that looks like an arcade from the outside, and houses shops and boutiques inside.

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BathBath is one of the most interesting places in England, photo: Shutterstock.com

6 – Lake Land, Northern England

In the Lake District in Cumbria, we will see a lot of natural curiosities, e.g., the deepest lake in Great Britain – Wastwater (86 m), the highest sea cliff between Wales and Scotland, and the highest mountains in England with the Scafell Pike peak reaching 978 m above sea level. Numerous species of owls can be observed in the 11 nature reserves on the Land, but its biggest attraction is the lakes: there are nearly 20 of them here, including the largest and deepest in England – Windermere.

This place has been described many times by Romantic poets who drew inspiration from it, e.g., Beatrix Potter, Arthur Ransome, and William Wordsworth. Wordsworth’s house in Grasmere is now open to the public. It is because of them that the Lake District, part of which is protected by the national park, is a cause of concern for ecologists. A large number of visitors, which exceeds 15 million per year (!), threatens, among others, the rapid exploitation of water.

7 – Stratford-Upon-Avon, Middle Of England

The town in Warwickshire on the River Avon is known as the birthplace and death place of William Shakespeare. Literature lovers have been flocking here since his death in 1616, and the site is today the literary sanctuary of England’s greatest playwright. Stratford is also home to the Royal Shakespeare Company, which usually performs the master’s plays in the city before London premieres. The biggest attraction in the city is the house of the playwright, in which a partly original interior has been preserved.

Nash’s House & New Place in Stratford is also worth a visit. This is the first home of the husband of Elizabeth Hall, Shakespeare’s granddaughter. Original furniture, paintings, and wallpapers from the Tudor era have been preserved here. Stratford is also home to Halls Croft, the former home of Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna and her husband, Dr. John Hall. To this day, visitors can admire the living rooms and the doctor’s office with stylish furniture and historical medical tools.

Less than two kilometers from Stratford, in Shottery, tourists can see Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, the family home of Shakespeare’s wife. Many family memorabilia have been preserved in the farm building with thatched roofs.

About 5 kilometers from the center of Stratford lies the home of Mary Arden – Shakespeare’s mother. On the farm, you can see what life was like in the countryside.

8 – Lake District: The most beautiful national park in England

The most beautiful national park in England
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Located in the North West on the Irish Sea, the Lake District is one of England’s most beautiful natural landscapes. Here are England’s highest mountains and largest natural lake, Windermere. You can go on long hikes through original forests, to green mountain peaks, and to extensive lakes. When fog banks run through this primeval-looking landscape, it becomes particularly magical. No wonder the Lake District was also used as a film set for the seascape of the planet Takadona from Star Wars.

9 – Big Ben: The most famous bell in the world

The most famous bell in the world
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You know you’re in London when you hear Big Ben chime on the hour. Actually, only the 13.5-ton bell is called that. But when you say Big Ben, you usually mean the magnificent Clock Tower in which the bell hangs. As you cross the Thames on Westminster Bridge, the most iconic view of London lies before you. You see the Westminster Palace in the Gothic Perpendicular Style and the Elizabeth Tower, as the Clock Tower has been called since the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

10 –  Stonehenge: Mysterious monument from the Stone Age

Mysterious monument from the Stone Age
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North of Salisbury is Stonehenge, a stunning testament to the Neolithic period. Erected thousands of years ago, the stone circle still stimulates people’s imaginations to this day. Was Stonehenge an astronomical observatory, cemetery, or place of worship for an ancient religion? Arranged in a horseshoe shape, the stones are an unforgettable UNESCO World Heritage Site. The long walk from the informative visitor center to the prehistoric site is well worth it. Plan time to let this place of power have an effect on you.

11 – Seven Sisters: Dreamlike cliff coast in Sussex

Dreamlike cliff coast in Sussex
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The South Downs range of hills characterizes England’s youngest national park. This impressive chalk landscape lies in the counties of Sussex and Hampshire on the country’s south coast. Gradually, much of the stony substance was removed by erosion. You can hike through this fascinating terrain with its lush green meadows and gnarled forests and even swim below the proud Seven Sisters. If you continue hiking in the direction of Beachy Head, you will find this magnificent white shimmering cliff at your feet.

12 –  Hadrian’s Wall: Ancient northern border of the Roman Empire

Ancient northern border of the Roman Empire
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Hadrian’s Wall once stood near the Scottish border. Built in the 2nd century, it was intended to protect the Roman province of Britain from invaders. Many sections of the wall are well preserved. Some impressive walls, towers, and forts have been reconstructed, such as at South Shields. You can walk along Hadrian’s Wall and reflect on the former greatness of the Roman Empire. Game of Thrones fans can discover many parallels in the series. The 117 km long wall is supposed to be a role model and inspiration.

13 –  Buckingham Palace: The heart of the British monarchy

The heart of the British monarchy
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Buckingham Palace, the London residence of the British monarch, has 775 rooms. Do you want to visit some of them? It is possible to walk through the magnificently furnished state rooms in the summer months. Don’t miss the changing of the guard in the bright red parade uniforms. Nearby, the grandiose Westminster Abbey awaits you. Built entirely in the Gothic style, it has been England’s coronation church since the Middle Ages. Admire the magnificent tombs of English rulers and the centuries-old coronation chair, and let the truly unearthly vaults have an effect on you.

14 –  Durdle Door: Huge rock arch on the Jurassic Coast

Huge rock arch on the Jurassic Coast
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The spectacular coastline stretches from the county of Dorset to East Devon in southwest England. The fascinating cliffs of the 150 km long Jurassic Coast have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site for a good reason. In particular, the chalk cliffs and pillars of the Old Harry Rocks and the “Durdle Door” towering out of the sea are majestic natural monuments. “Old Harry” is a term for the devil, but these million-year-old rocks were simply formed by erosion. As a result, many fossils are found here and on the adjacent western Devon coastline.

15 –  Tower Bridge: Distinctive landmark of London

Distinctive landmark of London
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Tower Bridge spans the River Thames to the east of the City of London. This bridge with the massive Neo-Gothic towers dates from the late 19th century. The lanes can be folded up for larger ships. If you walk across the bridge on the upper pedestrian walkways, you have a great view of the Tower of London, a huge medieval castle. Kings once resided here, and their enemies languished in dungeons. The British Crown Jewels are also kept in the Tower.

16 –  South West Coast Path: Longest long-distance footpath in England

Longest long-distance footpath in England

The county of Cornwall is the most southwestern region of England, with a sometimes almost Mediterranean climate. Walk the South West Coast Path, and you’ll experience the magnificent coastal scenery first-hand. The 1,000-kilometer-long path was created to curb smuggling. If you hike sections of the route, you can discover fascinating sights: Tintagel Castle is considered the residence of King Arthur. Wizard Merlin is said to have lived in a hole below. Land’s End is England’s most south-westerly point with legendary views.

17 –  Windsor Castle: Largest continuously inhabited castle in the world

Largest continuously inhabited castle in the world
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Windsor Castle is located west of London. This is where the elderly Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Prince Philip, retreat when they get too busy in the lively capital. High-state guests are received in the venerable medieval halls, but many areas are also open to visitors. Don’t miss St. George’s Chapel, a magnificent church in the playful English version of Gothic. Shakespeare was also inspired by Windsor Castle. In his play The Merry Wives of Windsor, the castle is one of the main symbols.

18 – Brighton Beach Huts: Colorful beach huts in Hove

Brighton Beach Huts Colorful beach huts in Hove

Brighton is 80 kilometers south of the capital on the English Channel. Formerly a fisherman’s nest threatened by erosion, England’s most famous seaside resort is also called “London by the Sea.” There is always something going on here: You can get an overview of the historic pier from the Brighton Palace Pier. The Royal Pavilion exudes a touch of India: on the outside, it looks like a Mogul palace, but on the inside, it has been furnished in Chinese style. The Brighton Beach Huts in Hove are a real photo hotspot. The brightly colored square wooden huts are lined up for miles along the beach. A walk along the promenade from Brighton to Hove is particularly worthwhile.

19 – Northumberland National Park: Rugged hills

Northumberland National Park Rugged hills
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The Northumberland National Park is considered an insider tip among fans of English natural landscapes. The rugged hills attract hikers and climbers in the very northeast of England. If you are looking for peace, you are definitely right here. A special highlight is Bamburgh Castle, right on the coast. This legendary castle is situated on a 150 m high hill and offers wonderful views over the sea. Be sure to plan a little more time and head south. Alnwick Castle is about 30 minutes drive away. This is where Harry Potter swung his broomstick for the first time. Deja vu is guaranteed.

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6 beautiful places and travel destinations in the Netherlands

Canals, cheese, windmills, and pretty little towns with old gabled houses are typical of the Netherlands. But you can also expect modern architecture, street art, and hip districts: tips for holidays in Holland.

Does it actually mean the Netherlands or Holland? You’re probably asking yourself the same question when you’re planning your vacation in the Netherlands. And the answer is simple: Officially, the country is called the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and in 2019, the government decided to officially call itself that again. On the other hand, Holland only stands for two out of twelve provinces in the Netherlands, namely Noord-Holland and Zuid-Holland. However, the name Holland is used as a synonym by many Dutch people themselves – and so you will continue to find tips for traveling to Holland and for holidays in the Netherlands. 


The capital Amsterdam with its canals, is one of the most popular travel destinations in the Netherlands.
The capital Amsterdam with its canals, is one of the most popular travel destinations in the Netherlands.

Of course, Amsterdam should definitely be on the list of the most beautiful places in the Netherlands. It is not for nothing that the capital is by far the most popular travel destination. Here you can walk along the canals, admire the pretty old gabled houses and think about which houseboat you would like to move into. Highlights such as the Van Gogh Museum, the Anne Frank House, the Rijksmuseum, and the Stedelijk Museum are not only great destinations when the weather is bad. However, it can get pretty crowded here quickly. That’s why you should also find (still) insider tips like the Straat Museumplan on. The world’s largest street art museum awaits you in the middle of an old shipyard in the north of Amsterdam. And the area around it also offers an alternative to the pretty ring of canals in the center. It’s a short walk from the center to the Foodhallen in Amsterdam’s West: Stands with food from all over the world await you in an old tram hall.


In the port city of Rotterdam, you will find a lot of modern architecture.
In the port city of Rotterdam, you will find a lot of modern architecture.

The next stop is Rotterdam. However, the port city does not correspond at all to the clichés of Dutch cities, and you have to search longer here for pretty canals and old gabled houses. This is because Rotterdam was completely destroyed during the war and then rebuilt. Modern architecture and a skyline await you in South Holland today, which has given Rotterdam the nickname Manhattan on the Maas. The city’s landmark is the Erasmus Bridge, named after the philosopher Erasmus von Rotterdam, the city’s most famous son. Another architectural highlight is the yellow cube houses from the 70s. And also the market hall you should not miss Rotterdam: In the building, which is reminiscent of an airplane hangar, you will find almost 100 different markets and food stalls. Foodies are also drawn to the Fenix ​​Food Factory in the old port area. Here you sit right on the water – a view of Rotterdam’s modern skyline included.


A holiday in Holland also includes windmills like here in Kinderdijk.
A holiday in Holland also includes windmills like here in Kinderdijk.

Whoever thinks of Holland immediately thinks of windmills. They are one of the symbols of the Netherlands, and even today, there are more than a thousand windmills across the country. 19 of them are in the small town of Kinderdijk, south of Rotterdam. The Kinderdijk windmills, built around 1740, are one of the most famous sights in the Netherlands and are part of an extensive water management system to prevent flooding. They were built to keep the low-lying areas of the Alblasserwaard dry and are considered a marvel of engineering from the 18th century. As a symbol of water management in Holland, they have also been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1997. You can discover the mills on a walk or a boat tour and also visit one.


You can discover the student city of Utrecht along the canals.
You can discover the student city of Utrecht along the canals.

For many fans of the Netherlands, Utrecht is now considered the relaxed version of Amsterdam. And even though the student city is only half an hour’s train ride from the capital, it is still one of the insider tips in Holland. You can also walk along the canals in Utrecht, find what feels like just as many bicycles as in Amsterdam, and find cool shops, boutiques, restaurants, cafés, and bars. You can even explore Utrecht by canoe along the Oudegracht, or you can rent a bicycle – fits in Dutch – and cycle through the city. And did you know that the rabbit Miffy comes from Utrecht? The museum is a nice destination for families. Finally, especially in the evening, there is a lot going on in the squares of the university town around the cathedral and along the canals. This mix makes Utrecht one of the most beautiful cities in the Netherlands.

Katwijk aan Zee

The seaside resort of Katwijk aan Zee is one of Holland's most popular holiday destinations.
The seaside resort of Katwijk aan Zee is one of Holland’s most popular holiday destinations.

For many, a holiday in the Netherlands is also a holiday by the sea. With its 451 kilometers of coastline, the country lies directly on the North Sea – and here, in addition to the West Frisian islands, you will also find some popular holiday destinations on the mainland. Katwijk aan Zee is one of the smaller bathing resorts with dunes, a long sandy beach, and a town that is much quieter than the larger neighboring town of Noordwijk. Instead of beach chairs, there are small wooden huts on the beach. And for the evening by the sea, some beach restaurants, and beach bars snuggle up directly in the dunes, including a view of the North Sea.


Canals and a pretty old town also await you in the university town of Leiden.
Canals and a pretty old town also await you in the university town of Leiden.

We continue to another beautiful city in the Netherlands. Pretty canals, numerous bridges, and historic brick houses also await you in Leiden. After Amsterdam, the city has the most canals and bridges in Holland. The market also runs along here, and you can stroll through it every Wednesday and Saturday. Or you stroll through the old town, discover the small backyards and courtyards, and shop in the oldest tea shop in the Netherlands. There are also many more pretty bookshops in Leiden than at home. Maybe that’s because Leiden University is the oldest in the Netherlands. Here already Rembrandtstudied, the most famous son of the city. An insider tip for garden fans is the botanical garden – also the oldest in the Netherlands: the first tulips in Europe were planted here. Today you can admire the tulip blossom not so far from Leiden in the flower park Keukenhof.

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20 countries where football (soccer) is very popular

Football (Soccer) is a popular sport in nearly every country, but there are certain countries that love it more than others. 

These 20 countries are where soccer is very popular.

1. Brazil

Brazil is often the first country that pops up when people think of countries obsessed with soccer. First, the men’s national team of Brazil is consistently ranked one of the most elite in the world. They have won the FIFA World Cup several times. Brazil has many top players, and their success is due to Brazil’s embrace of soccer and its promotion of it.

2. Germany

German’s national football team is ranked among the top five countries for winning the FIFA World Cup tournament. There are many professional and amateur leagues in Germany, with the Bundesliga at the top.

3. Italy

Italy is another country where the enthusiasm for soccer surpasses that of other sports. The Italian national team has won numerous World Cup titles and is considered one of the most successful countries. This is due to the high-quality Italian professional league, Serie A.

4. Argentina

Argentina, like many countries in South America, has a deep passion for soccer. It’s the country’s most popular sport, with many Argentinians playing soccer since they were young. The Argentinian team had won the World Cup every year since 1978, when they won their first tournament.

5. France

France is the oldest nation in Europe. There are many traditions in France’s long history, including soccer. In 1863, the French Football Federation created the first organized club. Over 2 million licenses have been issued to registered players by the French Football Federation since then. They also have significant international success, winning the FIFA World Cup several times.

6. Uruguay

Uruguayans have a long history of playing and watching soccer. British immigrants introduced soccer to Uruguay in the 19th Century. The sport’s accessibility and simplicity quickly became a hit with the nation. It is now the most loved sport in Uruguay. Uruguay’s love for soccer has certainly translated into an international success. Uruguay was the first country to win the FIFA World Cup, beating Argentina in the final.

7. England

England is the most important country responsible for the current soccer status. England first codified the rules for modern soccer in 1863. There are more than 40 000 registered clubs in England, making soccer more common than anywhere else in the world. England also boasts the oldest professional football team and the first registered football club.

1966 was the first FIFA World Cup victory for England’s national team. They beat West Germany in their home country. It is still a hugely popular sport in England today.

8. Spain

The most popular sport is soccer, closely followed by basketball and tennis. Real Madrid and FC Barcelona are two of the country’s most popular professional soccer teams. Their national soccer league is also widely followed by fans all over the world.

After defeating the Netherlands in the finals, the nation was awarded its first FIFA World Cup.

9. Netherlands

Soccer is a popular sport in the Netherlands, just like in most European countries. The Netherlands’ first soccer club was founded by a 14-year-old boy called Pim Mulier in 1879. The first professional club was established a few decades later.

While the Dutch professional leagues may not be considered the best in the world, but their national team is well-respected for their consistent performances, they are not often considered to be among the most elite. They’ve been second at the World Cup as well as reaching the semi-finals in different instances.

10. Turkey

While soccer is Turkey’s most loved sport, basketball is close behind. Turkey’s history as an avid soccer fan dates back to 1875, when the first match in Turkey was held. Turkey, like many other countries, first discovered soccer from English visitors.

Although soccer is extremely popular in Turkey, it has not been as successful as other countries’ national teams.

11. Serbia

When Hugo Buli, a student from Germany, brought a soccer bat with him to Serbia in 1896. It has evolved to include numerous professional leagues as well as dozens of amateur leagues. The sport is loved by millions of people all across the country.

12. Croatia

Croatians are passionate about soccer. Croatians love soccer. Thousands participate at a professional level. Many millions watch their every move on TV and social media. The country’s love of the sport has only grown since the creation of the first professional clubs before World War I.

13. United States

Soccer is not the most popular sport in America, unlike many countries on this list. American Football holds that title, while baseball and basketball take second and third in the American popularity contest.

Despite these challenges, soccer is very popular in the United States. Millions of Americans follow Major League Soccer (MLS) as the professional league. A strong base of high school and collegiate soccer teams supports both the MLS as well as the popularity of the game.

The men’s national team has not had much success internationally, but the women’s team is among the most successful, winning numerous World Cup titles.

14. Russia

People think of Russia’s ice hockey as their first choice when it comes to sports. Ice hockey is not nearly as popular in Russia as soccer. Many Russians prefer to watch soccer over other sports.

15. South Africa

South Africa is geographically quite far from the other countries listed, but soccer is still very popular. It has surpassed cricket and rugby to take the top spot in South Africa’s consciousness.

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16. Israel

Israel is a very popular country for soccer. England is responsible for the popularity of soccer in Israel. The British ruled Mandatory Palestine from the beginning of the 1900s.

17. Portugal

Portugal’s national game is soccer. This long-standing popularity can be traced back to 1875 when English students and businessmen brought soccer to the largest cities of Portugal.

18. Mexico

When the first professional league was created in 1943, soccer popularity began to grow quickly in Mexico. Mexico has been home to many successful soccer players and has had some success on the international stage.

19. Japan

Japan joins the United States in being one of few countries where soccer does not dominate. While baseball is the most popular sport here, millions of people still follow the professional soccer leagues in Japan.

20. Australia

Australia rounds out the list, which is surprising considering that soccer is not the most widely played sport in Australia. Although cricket is the most popular sport in Australia, soccer is very popular there as well.

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Top 9 motorcycles for beginners

Nothing feels quite like a motorcycle. Although winter can be hard for motorcycle owners, many try to get out on a ride on one of the rare warm days. Or dream about getting their bike ready for spring. While daydreaming about motorcycles can be dangerous, it can also fuel your desire to get one. The first step to getting started with motorcycling is the right bike.

It can be challenging to pick the right bike for you. The first step is to choose what model of motorcycle you want. Next, you will need to think about pricing, weight, and speed. A light, small-displacement motorcycle is the best for beginner riders. They are light and easy to use, with a reasonable amount of power that allows riders to get used to the feeling of being on two wheels. You will be able to master the basics of riding a small bike before you move up to a bigger one.

We recommend that you use Craigslist for your first bike. However, it’s possible to end up with something that is in dire need of repairs or has poor driving characteristics. You don’t want that for your first bike.

You’ll find it much easier once you get out on the open roads. Unfortunately, it’s not easy to find the right bike and get all the paperwork in order to ride. Nevertheless, these are our top recommendations for beginner motorbikes.

KTM 390 Duke

1 KTM 390 Duke

KTM is known for its racing pedigree and the ability to make motorcycles that tear up asphalt and dirt. The brand’s naked 390 Duke motorcycle is a solid option for beginners. It weighs in at 329 pounds and is easy to maneuver. A single-cylinder engine produces 44 horsepower. This is a good figure for such a small motorcycle. KTM 390 Duke is lightweight, agile, and attractive. It also has all the brand’s strengths in a fun package.

Yamaha YZF-R3

2 Yamaha YZF-R3

We don’t believe that sportbikes make the best choice for novice riders. They tend to be very powerful, have a difficult seating position, and can be expensive to maintain. However, the Yamaha YZF–R3 is a great option for beginners. The YZF-3R3 is a lightweight bike that weighs only 375 lbs. It comes with a 221cc engine. The YZF3 is a lightweight, 375-pound machine that comes with a 321cc two-cylinder engine.

Honda Rebel 300

3 Honda Rebel 300

The Honda Rebel 300, an entry-level cruiser made by a company that is experienced in building bikes, offers a great choice for a change of pace. The Rebel 300 looks amazing, and the bike is comfortable and easy to handle. It has a low seat that allows shorter riders to rest their feet when they need it. The Rebel 300 cruiser is not heavy, but it is light at just 360 pounds. The Rebel 300 is stable, plush, and compliant thanks to its wide stance, chunky tires, and its large stance.

Suzuki SV650

4 Suzuki SV650

The Suzuki SV650 has consistently been a popular beginner motorcycle on the market since 1999. The SV650’s popularity is not limited to its style. It also features a torquey V-twin motor, lightweight chassis, and a comfortable sitting position. In addition, Suzuki’s SV650 comes with a number of useful features, such as Low RPM Assistance that helps to avoid stalling. This feature is essential for all new riders as it will prevent you from stalling your bike quite a lot.

Honda CRF250L

5 Honda CRF250L

Many riders don’t want to ride on smooth asphalt. The Honda CRF250L is a bike for those who like to ride on dirt and dirt roads. It’s a dual-sport bike that can be used on trails but is also comfortable in traffic because of its long-travel suspension. CRF250L Rally is the best option for those who are serious about off-roading. This bike has a larger fuel tank, handguards as well as bodywork inspired by Dakar.

Ducati Scrambler Sixty2

6 Ducati Scrambler Sixty2

Ducati bikes don’t make good beginner motorcycles. They are expensive to fix and maintain. On the other hand, they’re powerful, exotic, and beautiful. Ducati’s Sixty2 Scrambler is a new addition to its lineup. It offers new riders a lot of freedom and flexibility. Ducati’s Sixty2 comes with multiple seat styles, an ergonomic handlebar, as well as different body panels. Owners can make their own unique creations from the blank canvas. Ducati’s 399cc motor produces 40 horsepower while the bike is 368 pounds dry.

Harley-Davidson Iron 883

7 Harley-Davidson Iron 883

Harley-Davidson might not be as popular as it used to be, but the American brand is still making some of the most iconic bikes on the road. The Harley-Davidson Iron 883, the smallest motorcycle in the lineup, is still a great design. Iron 883cc V Twin engines provide the power, which might sound a bit heavy at around 540 pounds. However, the bike is easy to handle, and both beginner and experienced riders will enjoy it. The Iron 883 motorcycle is easy to ride, thanks to its forward riding position, low ground height, and mid-mount foot controls.

Kawasaki Ninja 400

8 Kawasaki Ninja 400

Kawasaki produces some of the most powerful bikes in the world. However, the brand isn’t forgetting about the beginners who are just starting out. The Kawasaki Ninja400 is the most compact bike that the manufacturer makes, but the aggressive design won’t let you know. Thanks to its design, which is borrowed from the Ninja H2 supersport bike and a Trellis frame, this sportbike provides thrilling handling. For added comfort, the Ninja 400 sportbike offers a higher riding position. The Ninja 400 offers riders a higher riding position for added comfort thanks to its multifunction dash and light clutch with an assist function.

Honda Grom

9 Honda Grom

Although most motorcycle riders prefer to ride on the open road, there are some who want something that can be used in the city. If this is the case, then the Honda Grom might be the right choice. The Grom costs only $3,399, making it one of the most affordable choices on this list. The bike’s wheelbase measures just 47.2 inches, and the seat height is 30 inches. This makes the Grom easy to ride and park in cities. Although the Grom has a single-cylinder engine of 123.9cc, it is extremely lightweight and agile. This combination is ideal for beginners.

Nothing feels quite like a motorcycle. While winter can be a tough season for motorcycle owners, most try to squeeze in a day of riding on one of those odd warm days or dream about getting the bike ready for spring. Daydreaming can be a dangerous thing when it comes to motorcycles, but it can fuel the idea of getting one. Whether you just caught the bug or have been thinking about getting into the world of motorcycling for a while, starting with the right bike is a crucial step.

Choosing your first bike can be difficult. Not only do you have to decide on what kind of motorcycle you want, but you’ll also have to consider pricing, weight, speed, and repairs. For most new riders, a light, small-displacement bike makes for the best beginner motorcycle. They’re light, which makes them easy to handle, and they have a usable amount of power to allow riders to get used to being on two wheels. In addition, getting used to riding on a small bike before moving up to something with extra power will ensure you master the fundamentals before making a hasty upgrade.

While we highly recommend going down the used Craigslist route for your first bike, there’s always a chance you’ll wind up with something in need of hefty repairs or that has sketchy driving characteristics. That’s not what you want with your first bike.

Don’t worry; once you’re out on the open roads, things get a lot easier. The hard part is finding the right motorcycle and getting all of the necessary paperwork done to actually go riding. These are our top choices for the best beginner motorcycles.

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Top 7 expensive food in the world: Taco for $25,000

Pizza with gold trimmings or a taco with caviar and fine Kobe beef – anything goes with luxury dining. ATopTens introduces you to the most expensive dishes in the world.

Mexican chef Juan Licerio Alcalá has created what is probably the most expensive taco in the world. Licerio is the executive chef at the luxury resort Grand Velas Los Cabos in the Mexican state of Baja, California. “People are excited and a little surprised at how you can eat a $25,000 taco when there’s something like that on the street for 10 pesos,” the chef said. This means that the taco costs about as much as a very well-equipped car in the compact class.

The tortilla snack is not for the careless cravings because the dough is filled with exquisite ingredients such as shrimp, outrageously expensive Kobe beef and Alma’s beluga caviar, black truffles, and gold flakes. The whole thing is spiced with smoked and dried jalapeno chilies and a special coffee brand, which is also called “cat coffee.”

Nothing works without a deposit.

Before the first bite, half is due as a deposit and proof that the Presidential Suite has been booked. However, the pure curiosity of the guests is apparently greater than their appetite: the snack that has been on the menu for a week has not yet been ordered, admitted Juan Licerio Alcalá.

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Pizza for almost 2000$

Pizza for almost 2000$

Pizza is available in New York for as little as one dollar – but also for 2,000. For example, the pizza called “24K” in the “Industry Kitchen” restaurant costs the equivalent of around 1,880 euros. But there is no such thing as a simple Margherita: the luxury variant is topped with truffles, Stilton cheese from England, foie gras from France, caviar from the Caspian Sea, edible flowers, and 24-karat gold leaves from Ecuador.

Located near Wall Street, the restaurant aims to reflect the area’s wealthy clientele. “24K” must be ordered two days in advance. Less than 20 have been sold since it appeared on the restaurant’s menu two months ago.

Grapes for 10,500 dollars

Grapes for 10,500 dollars

Fresh fruit is often a prestige object in Japan. Customers pay enormous sums for it, as an auction in July 2016 showed. The bundle of the “Ruby Romans” variety, which was auctioned for 10400$, only has 30 grapes – a single one is worth 350$. This is a new record, making these grapes the most expensive grapes in the world. The berries are also the size of table tennis balls. The Japanese often give away precious fruit. The first crop specimens sell for record sums, making headlines in the Japanese newspapers and bringing great prestige to the owners.

The new owner and shop owner, Takamaru Konishi, is also counting on this. “We will display the grapes in our shop – and then give them to our customers to taste,” he told Japanese media. In any case, expensive grapes should not be missing from the most expensive dishes in the world.


Kobe beef bagel

Kobe beef bagel

This also applies to the special bagels of a bachelor party. These are topped with original Japanese Kobe beef by a butcher from Mönchengladbach. The price per patty: is 137.80 euros. At the barbecue in the groom’s garden, 15 guests will enjoy the luxury bagels worth 2067 euros. Cheers! This makes the bagel from Mönchengladbach the most expensive in Germany.

The most expensive bagel in the world comes from New York. This is topped with truffles, goji berries, and gold leaf. Guests at the Westin Grand Hotel can enjoy the deluxe bagel for around 750 euros.

Probably the most expensive popcorn

most expensive popcorn

Do you want to tune your next visit to the cinema? Then plan a little more money for food. How about “Berco’s Popcorn,” which is caramelized with sugar, fine Vermont butter, and arguably the best vanilla in the world from Nielsen-Massey? Additionally, the cute pops are plated with 23k gold. The small bag of “Billion Dollar Popcorn” (“One Billion Dollar Popcorn”) fits around 3.8 liters and costs the equivalent of 237$. But if your companion wants to have a snack with you, you might need the 25-liter bucket. It then costs around 900 euros.

Sinfully sweet

expensive Sugar

Even a single piece of sugar that contains small dried flowers, silver, and gold particles can sometimes be quite expensive: the “Premium Luxury Sugar” made in Zurich is probably the most expensive sugar in the world at 18$ per piece.

Luxury sugar should also be used stylishly: Why not sweeten a cup of tea from the Chinese businessman An Yanshi with it? He fertilizes his tea plants with panda dung and wants to achieve a special aroma with it. A pound of tea costs 26000$.

Even a simple salad can become an expensive treatment with a few drops of the valuable Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale “Millesimato Ginepro”: 100 milliliters of the 80-year-old vinegar costs almost 477$.

“La Bonnotte” potato

La Bonnotte potato

If you like it a little more hearty meal, you might choose a potato dish instead of a salad. A very special tuber is the French “La Bonnotte” potato. It is grown on the Atlantic island of Noirmoutier and is said to have a unique creamy taste. A kilogram of the most expensive potato variety in the world costs 485$.

A scoop of ice cream for dessert? But then, please, not just any water full of vanilla-chocolate-strawberry monotony. Befitting their status, millionaires in Dubai eat the “Black Diamond” for 763$. It contains vanilla from Madagascar, the world’s most expensive saffron from Iran, black truffle, and – oh yes – 23-carat gold leaf.

The golden cheese “Clawson White Stilton Gold Cheese” comes from the county of Leicestershire in England. Decorated with edible gold flakes and soaked in golden liqueur, the cheese has a very special shine. Customers paid 75$ for 100 grams. A perhaps unique experience – because the manufacturer no longer offers the gold cheese.

Expensive delicacies from Japan

fugu fish

A specialty from Japan is the fugu fish. It may only be prepared and served by specially trained chefs; otherwise, it can be fatal. If you want to eat it without risk, you pay the price: 265$ for one kilogram of the dangerous fish.

Matsutake mushrooms

Matsutake mushrooms also come from Japan. For more than 1000 years, they have been valued here as a remedy and culinary ingredient. Unfortunately, this variety is hard to find and is said to taste like cinnamon. For a kilogram, you pay 2112$.

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The wait for the next trip can sometimes become unbearable. But, as with most worries, one thing certainly helps with wanderlust: food! With these recipes from someone else’s kitchen, you can bring your favorite travel destinations into your own four walls in no time.

The next holiday is still a long way off. To escape your daily routine, you regularly catch yourself clicking through dreamy travel videos? How about dreaming about other countries for a change by cooking different dishes from all over the world

International food trends are often easier to cook than to say when ordering. I’ve picked out seven dishes from all over the world that you should try for yourself this year if you’re feeling wanderlust. I promise you that this method works because, after all, it is not for nothing that they say “the way to the heart is through the stomach”!

The most delicious dishes from all over the world

Authentic Mexican tacos

Say goodbye to the tacos you know from the fast food chains. You can look for a long time in restaurants in Central America for what is often sold to you as “typically Mexican” here in Germany. If you visit a Mexican party, you will encounter the grandfather of finger food: soft cornmeal tortillas filled with braised beef or minced meat, a good portion of onions, and homemade salsa. If you want to stay away from the American counterpart, then stay away from sour cream, cheese, or chicken. A true Mexican wouldn’t put these on their tacos. Instead, devote more of his precious time to the salsa, which can do well with a good portion of jalapeños. Sprinkle some cilantro on top, fold up and enjoy. When you cook with fresh ingredients, “fast food” has a whole new meaning!

1 Authentic Mexican tacos

A Greek dream from the oven

Would you like to spend a few extra minutes in the kitchen to create something elaborate for your loved ones? Then I challenge you to try a moussaka. You can find the casserole in every traditional Greek restaurant on the menu – the special feature is that grilled aubergine is always part of it. If you ever get tired of good old lasagna, it’s not a bad idea to spice things up. Fry the eggplant with olive oil, as well as the minced meat. The whole thing is refined with tomatoes, onions, and garlic and finally rounded off with a thick layer of bechamel sauce and some cheese. Put it in the oven, and the finished Greek casserole is ready. Can you already hear the waves pounding the shore?

2 A Greek dream from the oven

Curry, curry, curry

What would Thai cuisine be without its wide range of curries? The dish is not only incredibly versatile, so you can choose the ingredients according to your gut feeling, but also super healthy! Thus, the vegans, vegetarians, and meat junkies among you get their money’s worth. In addition, it is inexpensive, quick to prepare, and brings a touch of Bangkok to your terrace.

3 Curry, curry, curry

Cold soup from Spain

Even the biggest soup lover is always looking for an alternative, given the summer temperatures. However, this is not necessary at all because you can also enjoy cold soups with confidence. The traditional Spanish cuisine that has served gazpacho for years is proof of this. Believe it or not, it is a completely undercooked dish that could just as easily pass as a veggie smoothie. Simply use the following ingredients: cucumber, paprika, tomato, onion, garlic with olive oil, white wine vinegar, and, if necessary, some soaked white bread for pureeing. Season with Tabasco and salt and garnish with croutons and diced vegetables for the perfect Instagram shot. Voilà – the summery soup is ready, which proves to be a little savior during every heat wave.

4 Cold soup from Spain

Read also: Top 7 expensive food in the world: Taco for $25,000

Pizza – only better

The Americans are notorious for their comfort food: it has to be greasy, sugary, and, above all, delicious! So, if you throw a little TV evening and don’t just want to offer your friends the usually frozen pizza this time, you should learn a little trick from American cuisine. After all, a plain Italian-style pizza can get boring, so why not take advantage of the crispy pizza crust and fill it with cheese? Maybe you’ll get the friends around that usually leave the rim on the plate. It would definitely be worth a try, right?

5 Pizza - only better

Even closer to the Middle East

How about some Middle Eastern food inspiration? Shakshuka is a North African dish and is considered the national dish of Israel. Especially since Dr. Shakshukagained notoriety in Tel Aviv through Tim Mälzer, the delicious meal has also become a hit in Germany. But have you ever thought about making a shakshuka yourself? It’s actually not that difficult. Of course – as with any dish – it is always a question of subtleties to make a dish special. The same here: Preparing a tomato sauce sounds easy, but it all depends on the right seasoning. In addition, the rest of the ingredients, especially the egg, should also be added at the right time. Apart from that, you don’t need much more than the classic ingredients such as oil, salt, and garlic. The chili powder brings the spiciness; chop a little paprika and tomatoes – that’s it.

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Italy knows what Dolce Vita is

In addition to highlights from the world of pizza and pasta, a visitor to Italy cannot ignore the dessert menu. Which dessert has conquered the hearts of all foodies for decades? Of course , tiramisu ! Classic, simple, and yet elaborate enough to draw appreciative looks from family and friends. The main ingredients include a large portion of biscuit biscuits, mascarpone, raw cocoa powder, espresso, egg yolk, and – we are finally moving into dessert territory – sugar. Alternately layer ladyfingers dipped in espresso and mascarpone whipped with the egg yolk and sugar – mmmm. Then generously sprinkle with cocoa powder – heavenly! Now you know what dreams are made of!

7 Italy knows what Dolce Vita is

How was the culinary trip around the world?

I hope you enjoyed the journey into the different culinary worlds. Just click on the individual recipes and bring the world home! If you have any other ideas for great dishes, then feel free to share them with other readers in the comments below.

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5 Popular Sports in England

English sports are now very popular and are increasingly being practiced in Germany. Some of these sports are even becoming very popular and are very well known and respected in other european countries. Check out this post for more information about popular sports from England.

1. Cricket

Cricket is played in most Commonwealth countries, especially during the summer months. In some countries, Cricket is considered a national sport. The game is a so-called ball game. Two teams compete against each other. The pitcher tries to force the batsman from the opposing team into a mistake. This removes him from the game. The batsman, on the other hand, tries to bat the ball away to score important points. The thrower is supported in his actions by the rest of the team. They try to bring the ball back as quickly as possible.

Important facts and figures about the most popular sport in Britain:

The cricket field is 20.12 meters long and 3.05 meters wide. Cricket is not so well known in Germany; there aren’t many professional clubs that compete in a multi-pronged federal league. According to our research, Germany is currently 42nd in the cricket world rankings in Europe.

2. Football

Football is not only popular in Germany but also in the UK. In England, there is a large fan scene and one of the most famous leagues in the world with well-known clubs. The world’s first official football club was founded in Sheffield, England. To this day, soccer (what it’s called in the USA) is very popular. England is known all over the world for its footballers and famous clubs.

Soccer is no less well-known and popular in Germany. Meanwhile, there are also numerous clubs that are known in Europe and the world. For many Germans, soccer is one of the most well-known sports. Many leagues, from amateurs to professionals, are based in Germany.

Read also: 19 Best Football Strikers In The World [Soccer 2022]

3. Tennis

Tennis is a so-called racquet game. Tennis is now known all over the world. A wide variety of tournaments are held around the world. Tennis is still popular in both England and Germany and is played in many clubs.

Tennis is a sport practiced in many parts of the world. Tournaments like the US Open, the Davis Cup, or the Australian Open are world-famous. However, a tournament is legendary in tennis. When it comes to Wimbledon, not only everyone in England knows that tennis is involved.

4. Rugby

Rugby is a typical English sport, which also has its origins in the country. It is a popular team sport. Alongside football, rugby is just as popular in England. In the meantime, there are also various clubs in Germany, although the sport is not quite as popular and widespread in this country.

The aim of the game is to get the ball past the opposing team. This scores points. Kicking the ball is also possible. There are different variations of the game in rugby. The ball may only be thrown backward or passed with the hand.

5. Horse racing

Horse racing not only has a long tradition in England. In Germany, as well as in England, there are still various horse races at well-known and traditional locations. St. Leger Stakes is particularly well known in England. Horse races have been held at this legendary racecourse since 1776.

Horse racing also involves betting on the winner. For many people, this is what makes it so appealing. Over the decades, horse racing has therefore become particularly popular, especially for wealthy people. To this day, horse racing is a special social event, both in England and Germany.

English sports with balls

  • bowls
  • billiards
  • bowling

English sports with a ball

  • basketball
  • Soccer
  • tennis

English sports with a racket

  • tennis
  • cricket
  • golf


There is a diverse sports landscape in England. England already has a long tradition in many different sports. However, many sports have also been adopted by other countries. Cricket is particularly popular in England. This sport is considered a national sport and was invented in England. There are numerous cricket clubs in the country.

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Top 10 racetracks in the world

We all know Formula 1 drivers like Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel, and Kimi Raikkonen. But what about the racetracks that make the premier class on four wheels, but also other world-famous motorsport races, possible in the first place? Today I present to you the 10 best racetracks in the world.

Formula 1 only celebrated its 1,000th anniversary at the China Grand Prix in Shanghai in the spring of this year and can now look back on a 69-year history. Formula 1 legends such as Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton have firmly established themselves here and will not be forgotten, but the racetracks are also of great importance. They are fast-paced, challenging, and simply spectacular. Let yourself be carried away into the world of motorsport and come along to the 10 best racetracks in the world, which not only attract with holy asphalt but also with a unique environment and exciting sights.

The 10 best racetracks in the world

Monaco-Circuit de Monaco

The Circuit de Monaco in sunny southern France is undoubtedly one of the most well-known and oldest racetracks. The street circuit is only a temporary race track that is closed off every year for the legendary Formula 1 race, but that doesn’t make the Circuit de Monaco any less spectacular. With a total length of 3.3 kilometers, tight curves, and a fantastic backdrop on the Mediterranean coast, it has been a source of excitement since the beginning of Formula 1 in 1950 for legendary races that will never be forgotten. But of course, that’s not all the principality has to offer: Expensive yachts, white villas, and a world-famous casino – welcome to the home of the rich and beautiful.

Le Mans-Circuit Bugatti

While we’re in France, we can also go a little further to the northwest of the country. Here you will find the city of Le Mans, which has around 143,000 inhabitants and has become world-famous for its motorsport events. As early as 1906, the first Grand Prix race in the world took place here, at that time, still on public roads just outside the center. Since the late 1960s, motorcycle world championships have also been held here, such as the 24-hour race in Le Mans.

My tip: Last year, part of the filming of the movie ” Le Mans 66 – Against Every Chance “, directed by James Mangold, took place in Le Mans. Based on a true story and the biography ‘Go Like Hell: Ford, Ferrari, and Their Battle for Speed ​​and Glory at Le Mans’ by AJ Baime, the film stars Oscar® winners Matt Damon and Christian Bale occupied. The focus is on the competition between Ford and Ferrari at the Le Mans race in 1966 and the special friendship between the American sports car manufacturer Carroll Shelby and the British racing driver Ken Miles, who, despite resistance, cling to their shared vision. The film will start in German cinemas on Thursday, November 14th, 2019.

LE Mans 66
Photo: “Le Mans 66 – Against Every Chance” / Twentieth Century Fox Germany

Nurburg – Nurburgring

The Nürburgring in the Eifel is the longest permanent racetrack and was even considered the most dangerous racetrack in the world in the 1970s. The most famous part of the Nürburgring is the traditional Nordschleife, which was closed to Formula 1 due to safety deficiencies and after Niki Lauda’s serious fire accident in 1976.

Nevertheless, this unique place still attracts numerous visitors and, after several renovations and conversion work, still serves as a venue for various races, sports, and music events. A visit to the world of experience ring°werk is also worthwhile; a cool museum that promises a real motorsport adventure for young and old with its many simulators, among other things.

Nurburg – Nurburgring

Spa – Circuit de Spa Francorchamps

Just 20 kilometers from the German-Belgian border, in the Walloon region, and in the middle of the Ardennes, you will find the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. With its countless curves and a considerable difference in altitude of around 100 meters, the approximately seven-kilometer race track is often referred to as the “Ardennes roller coaster.”

The circuit was opened in 1921 and has also been used as a Formula 1 venue since the 1950s. Due to its picturesque and almost fairytale-like surroundings, it is also known as one of the most beautiful racetracks in the world. So take a little more time and go on a discovery tour in the Ardennes!

Montreal – Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve

In the Canadian city of Montréal, on the Île de Notre-Dame, you will find the temporary, 4.36-kilometer Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve race track, which has also served as a Formula 1 venue since 1978. The island is known among connoisseurs, above all, for its elongated shape, which promises the pilots up to 60% full throttle and thus an average speed of up to 207 km/h.

But that’s not all: visitors who make the long journey to Canada are, of course, also attracted to the city itself with its exciting sights, including a huge underground city. Montréal also knows how to enchant a very special atmosphere and lively inhabitants.

Bahrain-Bahrain International Circuit

The Bahrain International Circuit is one of the most important sights in the country and is still one of the youngest racetracks in the world. The 5.4-kilometer race track was opened in 2004 for the first Bahrain Grand Prix, which, by the way, was won by Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher. If you want to step on the accelerator yourself, then the go-kart track right next to the Bahrain International Circuit is a good place to go, which is open to visitors daily from 4 p.m. to midnight.

Singapore – Marina Bay Street Circuit

The Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore is also one of the more recent Formula 1 venues – the temporary circuit celebrated its opening in 2008. The route, which is just over 5 kilometers long, is particularly popular for its unique location, as the course is in the port area, right in Marina Bay.

But the racetrack has another special feature: With a total of 26 curves, including several 90-degree curves, it is the racetrack with the most curves in the Formula 1 calendar. So the Singapore Grand Prix demands a lot from the Formula 1 drivers. If you plan to visit at this time, then look forward to a fast-paced and really challenging race. My tip: Take a look at my tips for your Singapore vacation beforehand to experience a lot more in the top-class metropolis in addition to the circuit.

Melbourne-Albert Park Circuit

The Australian metropolis of Melbourne replaced the Adelaide Street Circuit in 1996 with the opening of the Albert Park Circuit and has been the venue for the Australian Grand Prix ever since. The 5.3-kilometer semi-permanent race track is located in the middle of Albert Park, where it circles the lake of the same name and traditionally even serves as the start of the Formula 1 season.

While the races are really hot here, you can also spend relaxing hours in the park and enjoy a great view of Melbourne’s skyline. In general, be sure to allow yourself enough time to discover this fascinating city by day and by night. In addition to exciting sights such as Federation Square and the Eureka Tower, cool street art, legendary rooftop bars, and of course, lots of culinary highlights await you. How about planning a road trip along the Great Ocean Road in the beautiful state of Victoria from here?

Melbourne-Albert Park Circuit

Abu Dhabi – Yas Marina Circuit

The emirate of Abu Dhabi not only impresses with endless desert, beautiful beaches, and modern skyscrapers but also with lots of action. In addition to attractive offers such as diving, wakeboarding, and flyboarding, motorsport is also a big topic, which can be seen above all in the Yas Marina Circuit, which was only built in 2009 and is a permanent racetrack on the natural island of Yas Island. The 5.5-kilometer track awaits its pilots with some challenging curves and is also known for the fact that a Formula 1 race was started here in daylight for the first time and ended under artificial light.

My tip: If you’re already there, it’s also worth visiting Ferrari World and Yas Waterworld, which is close to the famous and luxurious Yas Hotel. Get even more Abu Dhabi tips in my detailed article, and have a great time.

Suzuka-Suzuka International Racing Course

The last famous circuit in my list takes us to the Japanese main island of Honshū, near the city of Nagoya. The Suzuka International Racing Course is 5.8 kilometers long and, with its various changes of direction and a wide variety of curves, is one of the most demanding racetracks in the world. The permanent race track was opened in 1962 and is celebrated among connoisseurs, above all for Michael Schumacher’s first title with Ferrari. Fun Fact: In close proximity to the Suzuka Circuit, you will also find a popular amusement park, Motopia Park, which was originally built for employees and their families. For this reason, the racetrack is often referred to as the ” Formula 1 fair “.

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39 nations where football (soccer) is not the most loved sport

Football (Soccer) is one of the most popular sports around the globe. It doesn’t matter where you live. There will be many people who love to watch soccer.

A common misconception about soccer is that it’s the most loved sport in every country. But this is not true.

There are many other sports that are more popular than soccer, even though soccer has fans in every country. Below you will find a list of countries in which soccer is not the most popular.

39 nations where soccer is not the most loved sport

1. Japan

Japan is where the most popular sport is baseball.

Some might be surprised by this. It’s not surprising that Japan’s national soccer team has made it to round 16 in FIFA World Cup multiple times since 2002. A country that consistently makes it into the most prestigious soccer tournament on the planet must have a strong national fanbase.

It’s no surprise that soccer is popular in Japan. It’s just less popular than baseball, which was introduced to Japan in 1872. It has become a hugely popular sport and has had a strong support league for high schools.

Read also: Hall of Fame: Top 6 Goalscorers in Football History

2. Canada Ice Hockey

Canada is not surprising, considering the number of countries listed on this list. Canada’s cold weather and abundant ice made it possible for ice hockey rises to the top of Canada’s sports hierarchy.

Ice hockey is a variant of non-ice hockey that originated in the United Kingdom. However, Canadians modified it to suit their icy climate and created the sport in the 1800s. Since then, Canadians have preferred to use skates and pucks over goals and balls.

3. Finland – Ice hockey

Finland is another country where ice hockey can thrive. The 1920s saw the establishment of the first ice hockey league. Since then, the sport has risen to the top in both TV viewership as well as game attendance.

It is so popular that the Finnish national soccer team, despite Finland having a relatively small population, is one of few international teams capable of challenging the American, Canadian and Russian players.

4. New Zealand: Rugby

It’s likely that you have heard about New Zealand at some point. This could be The Lord of the Rings, which was filmed in New Zealand. Or rugby, which is the most well-known sport in New Zealand.

Historians had traced the roots of the game’s popularity in New Zealand to the early 1900s when the first professional league was created. There is no doubt that soccer has a passionate fan base in New Zealand. However, rugby is so integral to New Zealand’s national culture that any other sport would be able to challenge it.

5. United States Football

It is not surprising that Americans are more interested in a number of sports than soccer. American football, basketball, and baseball have a larger market share than soccer.

American football is the most popular of the three. The highest average attendance for any professional sports league is the National Football League (NFL) games. Additionally, the American football championship – the Super Bowl – is one of the most-watched sporting events around the globe.

Despite the fact that soccer is not very popular, it has a strong foothold in America. Major League Soccer (MLS) is the most popular U.S. sport, with the third-highest average attendance. The popularity of soccer in high schools is also evident. Many colleges across the country offer competitive and recreational soccer teams that students can participate in.

6. Australia Rules Football

Australians, also known as Aussies, are famous for many sports. Australia is home to many popular sports, including soccer, rugby, Australian rules, and Australian football. Australia rules football holds the number one spot in terms of overall popularity.

Soccer in Australia is still very popular. There are many professional and semi-professional soccer leagues in Australia. These include the A-League (National Premier League), the National Youth League, and the A-League. The national team has enjoyed moderate success in FIFA World Cup, reaching the knockout rounds multiple times in recent history.

Read also: 19 Best Football Strikers In The World [Soccer 2022]

7. Mongolia: Wrestling

Mongolia is an unusual country on this list. Wrestling is the most popular form of entertainment in Mongolia. Its popularity is due to Mongolian culture and history. Mongol culture, which dates back to 7000 years ago, is one of the most ancient in existence. Mongol wrestling is a great example of this.

The Three Manly Games at Naadam, an annual event that highlights Mongol wrestling, is the highlight. The festival is held over three days during the middle of summer and showcases the three most important sports in Mongol culture: archery (horseback riding), wrestling, and archery. It attracts hundreds from across the country to participate in the annual tournament. Winning is considered one of the most significant honors in Mongol society.

8. The Philippines Basketball

As you might expect, basketball ranks above soccer and many other sports as the most loved sport in the Philippines.

The primary focus of the country is the men’s basketball leagues. However, there are numerous amateur, semi-professional, and professional leagues throughout the country. The Philippines Basketball Association and ASEAN Basketball League are the two most popular leagues in the country.

Basketball was introduced to the Philippines in the American colonial era when American teachers taught the game to their students. The sport began to gain popularity in the early 1900s as women’s and men’s leagues formed. The competition also began to grow.

9. Bhutan: Archery

Another oddity on this list is Bhutan. It’s the only country in the world where archery is more loved than soccer. It’s Bhutan’s national game, so even the government considers it more important than soccer.

Just like every place in the United Kingdom has a soccer pitch, so too does every village in Bhutan. It’s very popular.

10. Guyana: Cricket

Guyana is another place where cricket is more loved than soccer. Guyana, despite its small population (less than 1,000,000 people), has hosted international cricket matches in a 15,000-capacity stadium that was built just for the Cricket World Cup.

Read also: 20 countries where football (soccer) is very popular

11. Lithuanian basketball

As the most popular sport in Lithuania, basketball is just behind soccer. Even though Lithuania has a population of only 3 million, their love for basketball has made them a regular participants in European and International competitions.

12. Austria: Skiing

Alpine skiing has become the most loved sport in Austria because of the beautiful Austrian countryside and the abundance of snowy mountains. Austrians love soccer, but the consistent cold makes it a popular sport.

13. Pakistan Cricket

Pakistan is another country that was influenced in part by British cricket’s expansion. Pakistan’s love for cricket has led to many international victories.

14. Tasmanian football

Due to Tasmania’s proximity to Australia, some cultural integration has occurred. One example is Australian rules football, which is a contact game played on a modified field.

15. Iceland: Handball

Iceland is the final country on this list. It prefers indoor handball to outdoor soccer. It is partly due to Icelandic tradition, but it almost certainly has a lot to do with the cold Icelandic winter.

More nations where Football (soccer) is not the most popular sport:

  1. Venezuela: Baseball
  2. Trinidad and Tobago: Cricket
  3. Panama: Baseball
  4. Tonga Rugby
  5. Estonia: Basketball
  6. Sri Lanka Cricket
  7. Latvia: Ice Hockey
  8. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines: Cricket
  9. Antigua & Barbuda: Cricket
  10. Afghanistan Cricket
  11. Nicaragua: Baseball
  12. China Basketball
  13. Nepal Cricket
  14. India Cricket
  15. Barbados: Cricket
  16. Jamaica Cricket
  17. Bangladesh: Cricket
  18. Palau: Baseball
  19. Marshall Islands Basketball
  20. Fiji: Rugby
  21. Dominican Republic: Baseball
  22. Cuban Baseball
  23. Papua New Guinea: Rugby
  24. The Bahamas: Basketball

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Top 10 Popular Electronics & Photo Christmas Gifts

The Christmas season is getting closer and slowly but surely begins a stressful time for many people with the crucial questionHow do I find the right Christmas present? Finding the right gift for friends, family, partners, or colleagues is usually not an easy task. After all, the gift should bring joy to the recipient, but at the same time, it should also be reasonably priced

Online shopping makes it easier to compare products and make a selection, but keeping track of the abundance of offers is still difficult. In this article, we offer an overview of the 20 most popular Christmas gifts on Amazon.

1. LG Tone Free DFP9

best Christmas gifts LG Tone Free DFP9
LG Tone Free DFP9

The LG Tone Free DFP 9 are top wireless in-ear headphones that are perfect as a gift for music lovers. They sit comfortably in the ear and offer good sound quality. In addition, the battery life of over 10 hours is remarkable. A special feature is self-cleaning by UV nanotechnology. The UV light in the case kills 99.9 percent of the bacteria on the headphones.In addition, the hypoallergenic gel attachments make the model complete and overall very hygienic.


Equipment and functions

  • Active noise canceling
  • UV nanotechnology
  • Airplane mode
  • Hypoallergenic gel tips
  • Ergonomic design


  • Particularly hygienic thanks to UV nanotechnology
  • Good battery life
  • Top sound quality


  • Rather less intensive noise canceling
[amalinkspro type=”showcase” asin=”B098V1GRL3″ apilink=”https://www.amazon.com/dp/B098V1GRL3?tag=atoptens-20&linkCode=osi&th=1&psc=1″ new-window=”true” addtocart=”true” nofollow=”true” sc-id=”5″ img-sizes=”500:493″ imgs=”https://m.media-amazon.com/images/I/41b+uKuS30L._SL500_.jpg” link-imgs=”false” btn-color=”#ff9900″ btn-text=”Buy on Amazon” alignment=”aligncenter” hide-prime=”0″ hide-image=”0″ hide-price=”0″ hide-button=”0″ width=”400″ banner=””]LG TONE Free True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds FP9 – Active Noise Cancelling Earbuds with UVnano Charging Case, Black[/amalinkspro]

2. Instax mini 11 – instant camera

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Instax mini 11 instant camera

The Instax mini 11 is a great gift for all photo lovers, especially for people who like to shoot instant photos. At just under 75 euros, it’s not too expensive on Amazon and offers cool features such as the built-in selfie lens – so selfies are also possible with a simple, instant camera. In addition, automatic exposure enriches the photography experience. The new Instax is available in 5 stylish pastel colors


Equipment and functions

  • Weight of 436 grams
  • Built-in selfie lens with selfie mirror
  • Automatic flash
  • Adjustable lens
  • Available in 5 stylish pastel colors
  • Frame counter


  • Very good exposure
  • Uncomplicated operation


  • No self-timer
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3. Photo Album for Fujifilm Instax mini

best Christmas gifts Photo Album for Fujifilm Instax mini
Photo album for Fujifilm Instax mini

If the Instax Mini 11 is not enough as a gift, a suitable photo album is just the right thing as an additional gift. It comes in two pastel shades that match the camera perfectly, as well as plain white and black. The album offers space for 256 films and is well-suited for storing souvenir photos from birthdays, weddings, and other celebrations.

Equipment and functions

  • Suitable for films from Fujifilm
  • Space for 256 films
  • 64 pages with 4 photos each
  • Vegan leather cover
  • Modern and simple design


  • It’s cheap
  • It is perfect as an additional gift for the Instax mini
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4. Amazon Fire TV Cube

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Amazon Fire TV Cube

The Amazon Fire TV Cube offers a good alternative to the Amazon Fire TV Stick, which has also found its way into our ranking. If you prefer the cube-shaped design, the Cube is a good choice. It can be controlled by voice command and therefore enables simple and uncomplicated operation of a wide variety of HDMI devices and equipment that can be coupled with Alexa. 

Equipment and functions

  • Control by voice command
  • Streaming in 4K
  • TV with support for Dolby Vision, HDR, HDR10+, and Dolby Atmos audio
  • Data protection and control measures (e.g., microphone off button)
  • Streaming via Netflix, Youtube, Prime Video, WOW, Disney+, and many more.


  • Very easy control of HDMI devices and devices compatible with Alexa


  • Not all Alexa skills are supported
  • No Bluetooth connection with the smartphone is possible
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5. DJI Mini 3 Pro

best Christmas gifts DJI Mini 3 Pro
DJI Mini 3 Pro

If you want to give a gift to a drone lover and you have a budget to respect, the DJI Mini 3 Pro drone is certainly a good choice. You don’t need a drone driver’s license to use this drone. The DJI Mini 3 Pro is very light and, thanks to its design, particularly small and compact. Since you can fold it, it is very convenient to take with you on trips and take stunning aerial photos. In the world of camera drones, a very good price-performance ratio is particularly impressive.

Equipment and functions

  • Weight of 249g
  • foldable, compact design
  • 4K/60fps videos
  • 48MP photos
  • Flight time up to 34 minutes
  • Obstacle avoidance in 3 directions


  • Long flight time
  • Lightweight
  • Vertical shots
  • Master shots
  • Time-lapse
  • No drone license required


  • No classic flight route function
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6. GerTong – Ring Light Stand with Cell Phone Holder

GerTong - Ring Light Stand with Cell Phone Holder
GerTong Ring Light Holder

The GerTong brand ring light is one of the most popular and affordable ring lights on Amazon. This can probably please anyone who enjoys taking selfies and videos of themselves or with friends. Thanks to the numerous settings, you can optimally adjust the light to your needs and shoot the perfect selfie. There are 3 daylight modes and 7 colors in 13 different brightness levels. In addition, the light can be dimmed individually.

Equipment and functions

  • 10 different colors
  • A total of over 150 setting options
  • 12.6 inch (approx. 32 cm) outer diameter, 10 inches (approx. 25 cm) inner diameter
  • Adjustable cell phone holder
  • Collapsible tripod
  • Total height of 180 cm


  • It’s perfect for live streaming, selfie shoots, videos, and vlogs.
  • Many setting options
  • Very stable
  • Top performance for a very reasonable price
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7. Kindle Paperwhite 5 (8GB)

Kindle Paperwhite 5 (8GB)
Kindle Paperwhite 5 (8GB)

If you are looking for a gift for a bookworm, you will definitely make the right decision with the Kindle Paperwhite. The reading comfort is particularly high due to the adjustable color temperature – the eyes are thus optimally protected. Since the display does not reflect, you can also read in the sun without any problems. In addition, the e-book reader is waterproof, which makes reading by the pool or on the beach easier. 

Equipment and functions

  • 6.8-inch display
  • Adjustable color temperature
  • 10-week battery life
  • Display without mirror effects
  • Waterproof


  • High reading comfort
  • Supports audible – so you can also listen to the books
  • Comfortable weight and size
  • Very good value for the money
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8. Sodacode Q3 – Wireless Car Phone Charger

Sodacode Q3 – Wireless Car Phone Charger
 Sodacode Q3 – Wireless Car Phone Charger

The Sodacode Q3 is a mobile phone holder for the car with which you can easily and wirelessly charge your smartphone. It is practical for all those who are perhaps a little lost and like to charge their cell phone at the last minute in the car. The device is compatible with all Qi-enabled devices and can also be used with a cable if you do not have a device with a Qi function. It is available in 5 modern colors and definitely looks good in the car. 

Equipment and functions

  • Magnetic and wireless charging
  • Fast charge
  • Intelligent infrared sensor
  • Safety system prevents overheating
  • Connection via USB or cigarette lighter
  • Available in 5 colors


  • Compatible with all Qi-enabled smartphones
  • With the included adapter, you can also charge smartphones without Qi


  • The bracket is a bit unstable
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9. Apple AirTag

Apple AirTag
Apple AirTag

The Apple AirTag is a nice and inexpensive gift for forgetful people who often misplaces their valuables and can’t find them again. You can easily attach the AirTag to your most important items, e.g., B. hang it on the key fob or put it in the coin compartment in the wallet. The AirTag can be easily connected to an iPhone or iPad, and one’s valuables can be tracked using the “Where is?” app

Equipment and functions

  • Ultra Wide Band Technology
  • Integrated speaker
  • Siri helps with the search
  • Installed button cell battery
  • Weight of 11 grams
  • Observing the devices in the “Where is?” app


  • Very easy pairing with iPhone and iPad
  • You get a warning before the battery runs out
  • Serves its purpose very reliably
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10. Ctronics – Indoor security camera

Ctronics – Indoor surveillance camera
Ctronics – Indoor surveillance camera

The Ctronics indoor surveillance camera would be a great gift idea for new parents. The swiveling camera is also equipped with a microphone through which the child can be heard. Using the built-in speaker, it is also possible to speak to the other person. In addition, the device can be used as a baby monitor replacement thanks to the motion detection and night vision function. In theory, the surveillance camera is also suitable for pets.

Equipment and functions

  • Resolution of 5 megapixels
  • 355° pan and 90° tilt function
  • Motion detection
  • Automatic tracking
  • Night vision up to 20 meters
  • Save via SD card, NVR or FTP server
  • Built-in microphone and speaker
  • 2.4GHz WiFi


  • Good image quality, even in the dark
  • Reliable motion detection


  • Isolated problems with the WLAN connection

This gift is not available on Amazon at the moment. You can get of the manufacturer’s site though.

11. Wolfgang GA300 action cam

Wolfgang GA300 action cam
Wolfgang GA300 action cam

This action cam from Wolfgang offers a great alternative to the expensive models from well-known brands such as GoPro. It is perfect for action cam newbies and young people who like to play with cameras and want to try them out in their free time. The price of just under 100 euros is really unbeatable for an action and underwater camera, and its performance is also impressive. 

Equipment and functions

  • 4K video resolution
  • Photo resolution of up to 20 megapixels
  • Dual microphone with noise cancellation
  • Waterproof to a depth of 40 meters
  • Top underwater shots thanks to dive mode
  • Good stability and smooth running
  • Touch screen
  • Slow motion recording, time-lapse recording, burst recording


  • Great value for money
  • Large package: camera, waterproof case, external microphone, battery, bike rack, tripod adapter mount, dust cap, hook installation, adapter, 2 stickers


  • Image and video quality is rather poor compared to more expensive devices

Here is a video of the GA320, a model that looks quite similar to the GA300:

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12. UBeesize Mini Tripod

UBeesize mini tripod
UBeesize mini tripod

The UBeesize mini tripod is an affordable model that more than fulfills its purpose. Thanks to the non-slip legs, you can place them on all kinds of surfaces without it slipping. But since the legs are also bendable, you can easily wrap them around something, for example, around the bicycle handlebars. Using the supplied Bluetooth remote control, it is possible to take photos and videos from a distance of up to 9 meters. A must-have for everyone who likes to experiment with a photo tripod. 

Equipment and functions

  • portable and compact tripod
  • weight of 150 grams
  • Height of 25.4 cm
  • Premium metal tripod legs
  • non-slip design
  • Shot in portrait and landscape format
  • Recording from a distance of up to 9 meters
  • Remote control included


  • Stable and durable
  • Legs are bendable – you can wrap them around objects
  • The remote control works via Bluetooth
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13. Echo Dot 4th Generation

Echo Dot 4th Gen
Echo Dot 4th Gen

The Echo Dot 4th Generation makes a great gift if you want to help your friends upgrade their smart home equipment. The control via Amazon Alexa works perfectly and makes your life particularly comfortable. The Echo Dot is compatible with other Alexa speakers, so you can easily play the same music in multiple rooms through different speakers. It creates a rich and detailed sound and adapts perfectly to the environment with its simple design.

Equipment and functions

  • Rich, detailed sound
  • Control by voice command
  • Compatible Zigbee products controllable by integrated smart home hub
  • Multi-room music: Music on multiple Echo devices at the same time
  • Privacy and control measures (e.g., microphone off button)


  • Great design
  • Effortless voice control
  • Good value for money


  • It is slightly behind the other Echo speakers in terms of sound
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14. Vamvo YG300 Pro – Mini Projector

Vamvo YG300 Pro - Mini Projector
Vamvo YG300 Pro – Mini Projector

The YG300 mini projector from Vamvo offers excellent features for this price and is ideal as a gift. If you want to build your own small home cinema, you will make the right choice with the YG300. It is compatible with numerous end devices and can be taken anywhere thanks to its compact size and low weight. So you quickly have a projector at hand in the office, but you could also use it outside when camping without any problems. 

Equipment and functions

  • 1080p Full HD
  • The brightness of 1000 lux
  • Projection distance from 0.6 to 4 meters
  • Weight of 347 grams
  • USB charging port
  • Multiple ports: HDMI, USB, Mirco SD card, audio out 3.5mm
  • Compatible with smartphones, tablets, laptops, fire stick, PS4s, USB flash drives


  • Small and compact
  • Usable with many end devices
  • Satisfactory image quality


  • The sound quality leaves a lot to be desired (tip: it works very well in connection with a Bluetooth speaker)
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15. Amazon Fire TV Stick

Amazon Fire TV Stick
Amazon Fire TV Stick

The TV Stick is a simpler solution for people for whom the Amazon Fire TV Cube is too conspicuous. Thanks to its discreet design, similar to a USB stick, it is hardly noticeable behind the TV and does not spoil the picture of the tidy TV table. The stick is particularly easy to operate using the Alexa voice remote control. In addition, it comes with preset buttons for one-touch access to apps like Netflix or Disney Plus. 

Equipment and functions

  • Alexa Voice Remote with preset buttons
  • Dolby Atmos support
  • Thousands of apps, Alexa skills, and transmitters
  • Unlimited access to movies and series with Prime membership
  • Stream music via Amazon Music, Spotify, and others
  • Unobtrusive placement and easy setup


  • Is barely visible
  • Easy handling
  • Practical remote control
  • Quite cheap
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16. Rollei PDF-S 240 SE – multi-scanner

Rollei PDF-S 240 SE - multi-scanner

Christmas is usually the time when you sit down with your family and reflect on old memories. Rollei’s multi-scanner takes this to another level. With it, you can convert old slides and negatives as well as photos into digital and view them in top quality on your laptop. With this gift, giving presents and the subsequent cozy get-together can be optimally combined and spiced up

Equipment and functions

  • Multiscanner for photos, slides, and negatives
  • Scanning process in seconds
  • Included image editing software
  • 2-in-1 memory card slots
  • Slide mount, 4-in-1 photo mount


  • Low price
  • Quick and easy setup
  • Fast scanning process


  • With slides, often a dark border
  • Short cable for power supply

17. Logitech Crayon – Digital drawing pen

Logitech Crayon - Digital Drawing Pen
Logitech Crayon – Digital Drawing Pen

The Logitech Crayon is a cheaper alternative to the original, the Apple Pencil. If you don’t intend to let off steam artistically with the Logitech Crayon, you can’t go wrong with the model, and you can get away with it cheaper. The Crayon has a flattened design, which prevents it from quickly rolling off the table. In addition, you don’t have to pair it with the iPad via Bluetooth first, but you can get started straight away, which you can’t say about the original Apple product. It also has a battery indicator wherever you can see how long you can still use the pen until the battery is empty.

Equipment and functions

  • Apple Pencil technology
  • Automatic line width adjustment
  • Instant connection
  • Precise and fast inputs
  • Robust design
  • Running time of up to 7.5 hours
  • Palm detection


  • Has an on-and-off button
  • Does not roll, thanks to the flattened design
  • Has a battery indicator
  • Has no Bluetooth and therefore does not have to be laboriously paired


  • Lower battery life compared to the Apple Pencil
  • Does not distinguish between pressure levels
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18. Yenock – Digital picture frame

Yenock - Digital Photo Frame
Yenock – Digital Photo Frame

Photo gifts are always a good idea at Christmas! But giving away picture frames and photo books every year gets boring at some point. With the digital picture frame from Yenock, you can breathe new life into it. Pictures can be loaded onto the picture frame via an SD card or USB drive and then played back like in a slide show. Thanks to various switch effects, playing never gets boring. Settings can ideally be made with the supplied remote control.

Equipment and functions

  • 10.1 inch IPS screen
  • Usable via USB drive or SD card
  • Random play and background music
  • Automatic rotation
  • 7 slideshow switch effects
  • With remote
  • Stable shape, scratch-resistant design


  • Different photos in one picture frame
  • Adjustable via remote control
  • Also usable for alarms, calendars, and videos
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19. Marshall Emberton II – Bluetooth speaker

Marshall Emberton II - Bluetooth speaker
Marshall Emberton II – Bluetooth speaker

The Marshall Emberton II speaker is a top model that will make any music lover happy. The sound quality is incredibly good for the size, and the battery lasts over 30 hours, which is also remarkable. The model looks great and is also dust and water-resistantThe price is also not too high for this performance and is impressive. If you still want to get away with it a little cheaper, you can undoubtedly use the previous model, Marshall Emberton – it’s around 40 euros cheaper

Equipment and functions

  • Rich, clear, and loud sound
  • 360° sound with true stereophonic
  • Stack mode: connect with other Emberton II boxes and get an even louder sound
  • Compact, stylish design
  • Over 30 hours of playtime
  • Dust and water resistant
  • 50% recycled content and 100% PVC free


  • Great sound quality
  • Elegant old-school design
  • Powerful battery
  • Fast pairing


  • No wired connectivity
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20. Fossil HR Collider – Hybrid Smartwatch

Fossil HR Collider - Hybrid Smartwatch
Fossil HR Collider – Hybrid Smartwatch

This hybrid watch convinces with a simple black design that suits every occasion. If you want to give away a solid and not-too-expensive watch but don’t want to do without the smartwatch functions, you can’t really go wrong with this. It has heart rate measurements, activity, and sleep tracking. It is also compatible with iPhone and Android smartphones, so messages and other information can be displayed on the watch. It can do everything a hybrid watch has to be able to do and is a great gift. 

Equipment and functions

  • Case: Round black stainless steel case
  • Diameter: 42mm
  • Bracelet: silicone bracelet
  • Rechargeable battery/battery: more than 2 weeks of battery life
  • Waterproof
  • Activity tracking
  • Sleep tracking


  • Quite cheap for a hybrid smartwatch
  • Is waterproof
  • Long battery life
  • Design that goes with many outfits
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In our ranking, we have now summarized the best Christmas gifts for 2022 from the Electronics & Photo category for you. We have tried to make the selection as extensive as possible, so there should be something suitable for each of your loved ones. 

Regarding photos, we recommend the Instax Mini 11 and the matching album because you can start something with it when you give presents, and you can keep your memories of Christmas together directly.

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When it comes to music, Marshall’s Bluetooth box is definitely our favorite. Of course, you can also try these out on Christmas Eve and celebrate a small (or large) party under the Christmas tree.

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