In the Travel Germany series, different places across Germany are featured in interviews with expats who relocated there. With their insider tips and suggestions about why they love their new home, you'll have plenty of ideas for when you visit Germany.
Tessa and Lauren are two Americans who both moved to Görlitz, a small city where you can stroll on over a bridge and find yourself in Poland. Görlitz is small but mighty, because it's actually the largest city in Germany to not be bombed in World War 2.
It's full of charm, history, architecture, and local culture, and it's captured the hearts of many a Hollywood director - so many movies have been filmed in Görlitz, it's gotten the nickname Görliwood.
We learn all the best local tips for how to enjoy this special place in Germany from two expats whose love Görlitz is so apparent and infectious!
Food and Drink
- mustard shop Senfladen
- Landskron beer
- Mohnstriezel poppy seed dumpling
- Schlesisches Himmelreich or Silesian Heaven,
- Kochwerk vegan restaurant
- summer market on Elisabethplatz
Museums and Sights
You can hear these tips and more in the episode.