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Germany: Prolonged Weekend I. - ZOO Norimberk
I received an offer to an accommodation in Austria, in hotel Fürstenhof, which is located near from German border. The place of the hotel is great. It is great for the summer as well as the winter season. In winter, it changes to skiing area of Reutte. In summer it is a great opportunity to visit beautiful castles around. We drive from the Czech Republic across Germany to Austria.
Germany: Weltenburg Monastery
Weltenburg monastery belongs to the Benedictines, it is located on a peninsula near a well-known part of the Danube between Weltenburg and Kelheim. It is the oldest monastery in Bavaria. It was established by Scottish monks around the year of 620.
Germany: Eichstätt – Historical Town on the Altmühl
Eichstätt is a historical town on the Altmühl river in the center of Bavaria. Hills of the Altmühltal park surround it and there is absolute piece and good atmosphere. Perhaps it is due to the fact that it is cut from the outside world. It doesn’t lay near main railroads. You have to get of thee train in the middle of nowhere and get to the park by a regional train.
Germany: Rothenburg ob der Tauber – A Typical German City
Rothenburg ob der Tauber is located in northwest Bavaria, on the banks of the river Tauber. It is a medieval walled town with many narrow streets, romantic corners and small squares. At the town gate is a large garden with a view of the opposite part of the city.
Germany: Ingolstadt – Connection of History and Modernity
Ingolstadt is a city on the Danube mostly known for its Audi cars. However, the city boasts with rich history. The greatest fame came in the 15th century when it was a residence of Bavarian dukes. The old town is not very large and you can see all important sights within two hours.
Germany, Bremen – A Short Stop in a Hanseatic City
In today’s article we stop for a while in a city with old sights, the capital of the smallest of the German states.
Do You Know That? A Legend Called Vindobona II
The train that has been connecting Europe more than half-a-century, an important traffic route that, as one of very few European railroads was unique because of its tailor-made trains.
Do You Know That? A Legend Called Vindobona I.
There are only few trains that are remembered as much as Vindobona. For more than 60 years it connects three countries, their capital cities and their people. What were the history and the present of the most overused middle-European route?
Germany: Fascinated Saxony IV.
In the last part of our series of fascinated history and nature of the country called Saxony, the city will introduce an important representative of Enlightenment Lessing, we stop in the town of Bautzen tower and finish our journey in Zittau.
Germany: fascinated Saxony III.
In the third part of our series of fascinating Saxon we introduce you town of Zwickau, well-known thanks for composer Robert Schumann, we take you to the town of miners Annaberg - Buchholz or try to entice you to visit the city "semi-precious stones and silver" to Freiberg.
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