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How about a world trip – through living rooms?!

World trip through living rooms

There is a fun and somewhat very special event coming to Stuttgart this month, that I would like to point out to you: World Trip through Living Rooms!

The idea is simple but awesome: A host from a foreign country who is living in Stuttgart is inviting people to his/her living room and will share with them stories, songs, information and food of his or her country. The participants get a passport and a stamp and can collect the countries they have “traveled” to. Sounds like fun, right?! 🙂

The  world trip starts in Stuttgart on July 12, at 7 pm. The first country on the list is Kenya. Participants will get the address as soon as they have checked-in (registered 🙂 )

I love this event! Like this you can meet new people easily, get to know more about foreign countries and cultures and maybe even make some new friends. Plus, it sound like a fun way to spend an evening, doesn’t it?

The idea of “World Trip through Living Rooms” stems from the club “Weltreise durch Wohnzimmer e.V.”. The first “World Trip” took place in 2011 – to China by the way. The goal is to bring people from different cultures together and to support an understanding for each other.

Please note that the main language of the event is German but the host is able to speak English, will translate the main information if necessairy and will answer your questions in English. Plus you don’t need language to understand the side program 🙂 It is like on a real world trip where you sometimes have to communicate with hands and feet in order to understand a new culture!

If you’re interested in a “World Trip through Living Rooms”, you can register via the following link. Please note that there is a 7 Euro participation fee:

More information about “World Trip through Living Rooms”:




Hello and welcome to "living in Stuttgart". I am Mel and I love this beautiful city. There are so many things to explore, I can't wait sharing them with you. So come along and let me show you Stuttgart the way I see it.

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