For a second time in a row, what a year it has been. The Coronavirus still simultaneously holds our world at pace, whilst turning and spinning personal worlds around. I dearly hope you haven’t been too affected by the Virus personally, may it be with an infection or even the loss of a loved one! Even if it sometimes shakes our lives too hard, it is important to focus on the good that’s yet to come. Therefore, my travel schedule has been on another hold this year. Hopefully more (distant) travel will be safely possible soon. However, until then it’s also great to explore your local area. For comparison, you can read more about my travel schedules of the past years in these articles: 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017 and 2016.
My Travels in 2021 – a year still on hold by Coronavirus
January – nothing
February – nothing
March – nothing
April – nothing
June – day trip to Zurich, Switzerland
July – a weekend trip to Milan (& not much more due to all the rain, what a rainy summer…)
August – several day trips in southern Germany (mainly Allgäu, Upper Swabia & Lake Constance)
September – nothing
October – nothing
November – nothing
December – a weekend trip to Stuttgart in southern Germany
The featured picture has been taken on top of Milano di Duomo in Milan.