Hello Kaptens, it’s time for another launch! We are happy to share with you the new and limited edition of our Bergen backpack that we designed together with a well-known German Influencer. You might have seen her on various Social Media platforms, she is especially present on Instagram and YouTube, where she has a huge and supporting community. She even has discovered newer channels like Tik Tok for herself. We don’t want to make you wait any longer (even though you have probably already seen it in the title); but here we present to you our new backpack Bergen by xLaeta.
For seven years now, the radiant influencer has been inspiring people with creative DIYs, make-up tutorials and fashion inspirations on YouTube.
Julia has given our all-time favourite a fresh update for autumn. The Bergen backpack comes in a “Dusty Rose” tone combined with white accents. The cute tassels and gold details give it a high-end look. Julia also came up with something special and decorated the zipper on the outside pocket with a motivational saying. This is not the only reason why the backpack is perfect for school, university or adventures. The many pockets and separate inner compartments offer plenty of storage space for your laptop, notebooks and more.
We have already tested the new Bergen in the outdoors for you and visited Munich together with Julia. We would like to share with you our favorite spots:
First stop: Marienplatz, Hotel Opera and Hofgarden
A must see on your Munich trip is definitely the Marienplatz. Together with the town hall, that spot should be on the top of your list because no matter what season, the Marienplatz is always busy and filled with people from all over the world. Not far from here, you can visit the Hotel Opera which is a perfect photo location because of its beautiful facade. Close by, you can also find the Hofgarden which is the perfect place to relax and take a break while also looking at pretty flowers. Especially now, it’s the perfect time to take a walk through the garden and enjoy the last warm beams of sunshine.
Next stop: Gärtnerplatz, Monopteros and the Bavaria Statue
Our first destination here is the Monopteros. In opposition of what the name might sound like, it is not a dinosaur, but in fact a greek style temple. From the Monopteros, you have a significant view on the English garden and the Munich city skyline. Next, we stop at the Gärtnerplatz which has become the hot spot of Munich, especially in the evening hours this place is filled with young people enjoying their time together. For those of you who don’t want to miss out on seeing Munich sights, you should make their way down to see the Bavaria Statue. The 18 meter tall statue views the Theresienwiese which forms the meet up point for the famous Oktoberfest. Fun Fact: the statue was the tallest one of its kind before the American statue of liberty was built. Additionally, the statue is hollow inside and you are able to take stairs up to the top and enjoy a full view of the Theresienwiese.
We hope that we were able to give you a few tips and inspirations for your next city trip to Munich – and maybe the new backpack by xLeata will be with you as well.
Until then, kind regards, Kaptens!
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