Anne-Sophie Redisch Travel Articles
The Evocative Anne Frank Huis – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Europe
Through Anne Frank's own words, Anne-Sophie Redisch brings history alive.
Café de Paris: A Geneva Institution – Geneva, Switzerland, Europe
Anne-Sophie Redisch, normally of a more vegetarian persuasion, devours blood-dripping entrecote – the only item on the menu at Café de Paris.
Surprising Girona – Girona, Spain
Anne-Sophie Redisch decided to hop off the train, spend the night in a town she had never heard of - definitely worth it.
Men drivers! – Lesotho, Africa
Anne-Sophie Redisch flies low on Lesotho mountain roads, afraid she might end up like the king - dead!
The Ancient City of Nesebar and Bulgaria’s Southern Black Sea Coast – Nesebar, Bulgaria, Europe
If you plan to visit the Black Sea, Anne-Sophie Redisch suggests opting for the fascinating, ancient city of Nesebar. Unless you’re doing sociological research on drunk, loud, young Europeans holidayi
Stein-am-Rhein: Stories on Walls – Stein-am-Rhein, Switzerland, Europe
Anne-Sophie Redisch discovers one of the loveliest and best kept medieval villages in Europe - Stein-am-Rhein where its walls come alive with the sound of stories.
Little Liechtenstein – Western Europe
Anne-Sophie Redisch takes you to the fourth smallest country in the world, essentially a family firm run by His Serene Highness, Hans Adam II von und zu Liechtenstein , and shows the
Autumn in St. Moritz – Switzerland, Europe
Anne-Sophie Redisch window shops and gapes at jagged peaks in St Moritz - while remembering a summer crush long ago.
Medieval Carcassonne – Languedoc, France, Europe
Anne-Sophie Redisch goes in search of the mother of all medieval cities - and Raymond-Roger Trencavel, handsome 13th century devil and hero, a man centuries ahead of his time - un parfait chevalie
Golden Kiev – Kiev, Ukraine, Europe
Anne-Sophie Redisch was greatly impressed with Kiev in her short 24-hour stay there, and she shares some interesting pieces of information.