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Beautiful Airports – Highlights of European Travel

Posted by Cristi On November - 22 - 2011 0 Comment
Munich Airport

The increase in the amount of low-cost airlines offering flights at great deals means an increase in the competition to attract travelers to various destinations. Some airports have taken the initiative to boost their stake in the competition through renovating the airport, making it a tourist attraction in itself. Here, we will look at a  [ Read More ]

Categories: Other

The Zwinger Palace – Dresden, Germany

Posted by Cristi On August - 16 - 2011 0 Comment
Zwinger Stadtpavillon

The Zwinger Castle, located in Dresden, the capital city of the Free State of Saxony in Germany is a famous palace built during the reign of Frederick Augustus I. After becoming King of Poland in 1697, Frederick Augustus I wanted to mark his triumph by making a spectacular monument, similar to the Palace of Versailles.  [ Read More ]

Categories: Palaces

List of UEFA Elite Stadiums 2011

Posted by Cristi On August - 6 - 2011 139 Comments
Donbass Arena

Only a few stadiums in Europe can boast with the title of “UEFA Elite Stadium” due to rigorous conditions imputed by UEFA. We made a list with them which contain only stadiums which are finished. Following conditions are necessary to be an UEFA Elite Stadium (what was before classified as UEFA Fourth-Category Stadium): Stadium must  [ Read More ]

Categories: Featured, Slider, Stadiums

Allianz Arena Stadium – Munchen, Germany

Posted by Cristi On August - 1 - 2011 1 Comment
Allianz Arena

Allianz Arena is a modern football stadium located in Munchen (Germany), home ground of Bundesliga champions FC Bayern Munchen and of second Bundesliga side Sportverein Munchen von 1860. With a current capacity of 69,901 seats, it is the third largest football arena in Germany, after Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund and Olympiastadion in Berlin. Inaugurated  [ Read More ]

Categories: Slider, Stadiums

Herren Tunnel, Lübeck, Germany

Posted by Cristi On July - 6 - 2008 1 Comment
Herren tunnel, Lubeck

The Herren Tunnel is a 780 metre-long road-tunnel underneath the river Trave. The city of Lübeck in the Hanseatic League region of Northern Germany had a major traffic congestion problem across the Trave River, which divided the old city from the new regions of the city.The traffic used to run across the Trave River via  [ Read More ]

Categories: Slider, Tunnels

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