Inspiring. Authentic. Laid-back. Lucia Täubler’s blog #DieKremserin, a lifestyle blog featuring event tips & happening in both our home town Krems, mirrors what sets her apart from the crowd. I am so glad for having her as our expert “blogger-in-residence” calling upon all local stories to be told about Krems! Finally, I find myself getting support from the likes of other bloggers talking about the colourful majesty of Krems & the Wachau valley during autumn, Krems as a culinary winelover heaven, Krems as a summer event location such as the “Glatt & Verkehrt” international music festival or the “WachauGOURMETFestival”. Krems is a great place to live and visit after all. 😀
(Despite, or because being an international travel writer, I do enjoy choosing a lovely home base with lots of international flair and charisma such as Krems. This city is always worth returning to. A city I enjoy introducing to my friends and readers: Find me on Couchsurfing if you are already planning your next visit: I would love to meet you and show you around!)
Exploring Krems with Lucia Täubler | #DieKremserin. Tracing whichever treasures we still find after all these years of living in the city, gets us both excited!
“You know what? Let us take a walk through Krems together featuring you as local expert #DieKremserin. I am sure we still find ‘new’ spots, angles and places that haven’t fully captured my attention either! And you are just the right person to show us!”
I beam at Lucia, who of course agrees to the idea instantly. Together, we therefore set off on a beautiful Saturday afternoon exploring our own backyard Krems by the Danube river. Lucia, who has already joined me for this summer’s meet-up of the Austrian travel bloggers in Linz. Lucia, who has turned into my friend and who I can really recommend meeting when you next travel to Krems: http://DieKremserin.Blogspot.co.at !
#DieKremserin also likes to host her own parties and events, such as “Krems Open Air”: Make sure you come back in 2015 for its 3rd edition- #diekremserinandfriends!
The Mayor of Krems nods in pleasant agreement. More than a 100 people have gathered at the Krems city park to celebrate one of the last days of summer – featuring of course the beautiful local wines, aromatic organic coffees, tasty cakes, cool Breakdance & Slacklining as well as some great Austrian Indie Music by local artist Ben Martin! Many people take the time to compliment Lucia on taking the initiative of hosting & organising “Krems Open Air” together with local partners and sponsors. The city has really grown its attraction here. For me, it is a beautiful example of what is possible on a “grassroots level” thanks to the passion and skills of a dedicated few. Check this out.