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Bremen, The coffee city|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Friday, October 01, 2021 (19:50:07) (136 reads)
First of October is Coffee Day. Where better to spend the Coffee Day than in Bremen? The brown bean, which is celebrated internationally on first of October, has a long history in the Hanseatic city. To this day, the beans of every second cup of coffee in Germany are traded through Bremen. Regardless whether Johann Jacobs or Ludwig Roselius, coffee has always been at home in Bremen. Take a look at our amazing cafés for a cozy autumn day.
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Avignon summer 2021: 1001 experiences in Provence|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Tuesday, July 06, 2021 (12:40:37) (719 reads)
In Avignon, everyone is happy and everything is ready for a summer full of festivals: the Avignon Festival, the best in contemporary creation, and the Off festival, the thousand-and-one faces of live theatre, new creations from the Avignon theatres, the ‘souffle d’Avignon’ which came into being last year in the middle of the pandemic: theatre is back !
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SLOVENIA – THE ONLY COUNTRY IN THE WORLD WITH LOVE IN ITS NAME|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 (23:20:25) (2721 reads)
Slovenia, one of the greenest countries in the World, located at the heart of Europe, has recognised the great potential of its partnership with the Dallas Mavericks basketball club, starring world-class athlete Luka Dončić, for greater visibility of Slovenia and the I feel Slovenia national brand, including opportunities across business, investment and tourism.
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Family holiday in Berlin|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Saturday, January 25, 2020 (01:43:54) (4666 reads)
Berlin is the perfect place for families with children: lots of things to marvel at and lots of place to work off some of their excess energy. There's no excuse for boredom here, because the capital is full of exciting experiences for visitors of all ages. More than 1,850 playgrounds, Europe's most modern planetarium, Germany's largest trampoline hall, a zoo with the most species in the world, and much more mean there's something here for everyone. It should be no surprise, then, that Berlin is considered one of the most family-friendly cities in Europe.
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LÜBECK´S OLD TOWN – A UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE|
Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Saturday, January 25, 2020 (01:29:21) (6672 reads)
Lübeck, the Queen of the Hanseatic League, was founded in 1143 “as the first occidental City at the Baltic Coast” and stands for an exemplary character for all Hanseatic Cities of the Baltic provinces. Mediaeval ambience and historic sites determine until today the cityscape and are remembrances of the important history as a Free- and Hanseatic City. During its 11th conference from December 7th – 11th, 1987, the International UNESCO-World Heritage Commission incorporated the Old Town as world culture heritage in its register.
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Posted by Oficinas-Turismo on Monday, December 31, 2018 (00:30:55) (6722 reads)
“The Belle Époque meets the Age of Instagram” is the headline the New York Times recently used to describe Baden-Baden – and it is certainly true that today the city’s rich history blends seamlessly with a highly contemporary lifestyle. This lifestyle is also reflected in the new claim of the city called “The good-good life”. This claim is also a promise to all international guests.
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