BERLIN WITH EMILY KORNYA Travelling to Germany with children in tow? You’re in for a treat. Children will already have seen in bedtime picture books many of the things that make the country so special: enchanting palaces and legend-shrouded castles lifted high by mountaintops; medieval towns and half-timbered villages that take you back several centuries; islands and meandering rivers; and deep, dark forests that fire little imaginations. This is the birthplace of the Brothers Grimm and their unforgettable fairy tales. Follow the Fairy-Tale Road to see Sleeping Beauty’s castle and dance to the tune of the Pied Piper in the town of Hamelin.
Cities also have much to keep the little ones amused, with interactive museums, imaginative playgrounds, puppet shows, pools and zoos. Berlin is a particularly exciting travel destination because its unique character and rich history offer such a wide array of things to see and do.
Emily Kornya, who recently moved to Berlin travelled into the city together with her new friends Julia , Nadia and Sophia and are ready to explore!
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Nadia is wearing a hat, overalls and socks byBoboli a shirt by DPAM and shoes by Zara.
Julia is wearing hair accessories by Rockahula Kids, shirt by DPAM, trousers and socks by Boboli and shoes by Young Soles.
Sophia is wearing hat by Oeuf, available at Orange Mayonnaise, a jacket by Boboli, a dress by Molo, tights by Raspberry Plum and shoes by Hip.
Nadia is wearing a hat, overalls and socks by Boboli, a shirt by DPAM and shoes by Zara.
Julia is wearing hair accessories by Rockahula Kids, shirt by DPAM, trousers and socks by Boboliand shoes by Young Soles.
Sophia is wearing hat by Oeuf available at Orange Mayonnaise, a jacket by Boboli, a dress by Molo, tights by Raspberry Plum and shoes by Hip
Photography by Emily Kornya, children’s fashion photographer who works throughout Europe. She has recently moved back to Europe after completed her undergraduate degree in English Literature, Russian Literature in translation and South Slavic Studies at The University of Toronto.