Zell am Ziller in Summer 2018 [Alps, Zillertal arena] - Travel Austria
Zell am Ziller is a municipality in the Schwaz district in the Austrian state of Tyrol. The name derives from the river Ziller.
The Zillertal Arena was formed in 2000 from a merger of the ski areas of Zell, Gerlos and Königsleiten and is the largest ski area in the Ziller valley. It is accessed by the Rosenalmbahn and, since the 2010/11 season, by the Karspitzbahn, whose valley station is located in the parish of Zell. Several ski bus companies operate in Zell am Ziller during the skiing season. When there is sufficient snow, cross-country skiing trails are cut at Ziller (both classic and, in some cases, skating).
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Two Days in Innsbruck, Austria
I spent two nights in Innsbruck during my Europe road trip visit to Austria.
Innsbruck is a beautiful Austrian City with plenty of ways to occupy your time.
The best part about it is the easy access to nature and in less than 30 minutes you can be enjoying the view from the top of the Austrian Alps!
During my trip by staying at the Penz Hotel in the city center. They're definitely who I would recommend if you're looking for where to stay in Innsbruck.
With so many things to do in Innsbruck you're bound to have a great time visiting in the city. It doesn't get as much press as places like Vienna or Hallstatt but it’s still worth checking out if you get the chance.
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20 Things to do in Düsseldorf, Germany Travel Guide
Come join us as we visit a new city in Germany exploring Düsseldorf in this travel guide featuring 20 things to do around Duesseldorf including food, attractions and nightlife. We've done a decent share of travel now in Germany but we never made it to Dusseldorf. Arriving with no preconceived expectations we found Düsseldorf has a thriving food scene, fascinating architecture, quirky attractions, tonnes of shopping options and plenty of green escapes. Now let's explore this German city located along the River Rhine.
20 Things to do in Dusseldorf City Tour | Germany Travel Guide:
Intro - 00:01
1) Lunch at Hausmann’s Restaurant in Düsseldorf to eat German Food - 00:37
2) Mustard tasting at Düsseldorfer Löwensenf - 01:21
3) Have a drink at Et Kabuffke Killepitsch Stube - 02:08
4) Dinner at Frittenwerk Düsseldorf (Die Pommesmanufaktur) for Canadian style poutine - 02:57
5) Shopping along Königsallee urban boulevard - 04:15
6) Quirky Boutique Shopping at Vaseline on Wallstraße 35 - 05:05
7) Market Carlsplatz Der Markt for food or shopping - 05:24
8) Lunch and Altbier Zum Uerige (Uerige Obergärige Hausbrauerei) for beer and finger food - 06:02
9) Interactive Art at K21 Staendehaus “In Orbit” - 07:00
10) Hofgarten and Live Music - 08:17
11) International Food Scene (Tandoori on Immermannstraße) = 08:49 + (Japanese Food in the Japanese Quarter) = 13:20
12) Live music at Me and All Hotel (Sons of Time Hip Hop) - 09:33
13) Street art in Kiefernstrasse for alternative culture - 10:10
14) KD Boat Tour Sightseeing cruise down the Rhine - 11:13
15) Walk along the Düsseldorfer Kasematten - 11:35
16) Explore the Altstadt (Old City) on foot - 11:47
17) Go up the Rheinturm (Rhine Tower) for views of Duesseldorf - 12:01
18) Eat Currywurst as a snack - 12:31
19) Explore the architecture in MedienHafen (Düsseldorf-Hafen) - 13:02
20) VW Beetle Tour around Düsseldorf - 13:28
Outro - 14:01
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Our visit Düsseldorf travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (both local and international), top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day including visiting neighborhoods, churches and museums and Düsseldorf by night. We also cover off-the-beaten-path outdoor activities you won't find in a typical Düsseldorf tourism brochure, Dusseldorf itinerary or Duesseldorf, Germany city tour.
20 Things to do in Düsseldorf, Germany Travel Guide Video Script:
Germany is a country that we’ve travelled to countless times, but for some reason, Düsseldorf is a city that had managed to elude us! Well, we recently spent a weekend there and let me tell you, this turned out to be one of our biggest travel surprises of the year. We arrived in Düsseldorf not really knowing what to expect, but over the course of 72 hours, we discovered this is a vibrant city with beautiful green spaces, a thriving art scene, architecture that’ll make your eyes pop, traditions worth exploring, and more restaurants than we had time for! Now let us take you on a whirlwind weekend tour of Duesseldorf and show you some of the possibilities.
And that’s a wrap for Düsseldorf! We honestly loved our time in the city and we can’t believe it took us this long to visit after so many trips to Germany. If you’re looking for a fun weekend escape that combines the best of urban living and nature, Duesseldorf is the perfect fit, and the food scene will also keep all you foodies happy.
Now you know the drill, if you have any travel tips or suggestions of other fun things to do in Duesseldorf, feel free to share those suggestions with travellers in the comments below.
Wishing you happy travels and until next time!
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15 Things to do in Dubrovnik, Croatia Travel Guide
Join us as we visit Dubrovnik, Croatia in this travel guide covering 15 of the best things to do in the city with an emphasis on local food and attractions. Quite possibly the most visually stunning city we've visited in Croatia, Dubrovnik is sure to leave an impression. Our biggest tip is to spend plenty of time wandering around the Old Town and along the Old Walls.
15 Things to do in Dubrovnik City Tour | Croatia Travel Guide:
1) Visit the Old Town of Dubrovnik
2) Dubrovnik Cathedral (Katedrala Velike Gospe)
3) Gundulić Square Market
4) Onofrio’s Fountain
5) Pharmacy and Cloisters
6) Rector’s Palace (Knežev dvor)
7) Befriend all the cats
8) Boat Tour around Lokrum Island (Lacroma)
9) Pizza at Mea Culpa
10) Walking the Old City Walls (Dubrovačke gradske zidine)
11) Ice Cream
12) Fort Lovrijenac (St. Lawrence Fortress)
13) Buza Bar and sunset
14) Gradac Park
15) Balcony Sunset from our AirBnB
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Our visit Dubrovnik travel guide covers some of the top attractions including a food guide to local Croatian food, top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day and by night including visiting the old city walls, palaces, cathedrals, island hopping and more. We cover activities you won't find in a typical Dubrovnik tourism brochure, Dubrovnik itinerary or Dubrovnik, Croatia city tour also known as Grad Dubrovnik Hrvatska.
20 Things to do in Dubrovnik, Italy Travel Guide Video Transcript: (Grad Dubrovnik Hrvatska):
Is there a more visually stunning city than Dubrovnik? Nicknamed the Pearl of the Adriatic, this destination is sure to capture your gaze. Between it’s white limestone buildings, bright terracotta rooftops and cobalt blue waters that sparkle under the sunlight you'll be dazzled during your visit. This was the final stop of our travels in Croatia, and what a way to finish of our trip.
We walked up, down, and around the Old Town clocking thousands of steps each day, and in this video we’re going to take you on a tour of of the city and show you 15 things to do in Dubrovnik.
We entered the Old Town through Ploće Gate, which is in the east end of the city strolling along the Old Port. We explored the Old Town on foot visiting Dubrovnik Cathedral, which at one point was even funded by England’s King Richard the Lionheart, after he was saved from a shipwreck on the nearby island of Lokrum.
We wandered over to Gundulić Square where a few vendors had set up for the day to sniff out a few treats. We stopped at Big Onofrio Fountain, which was built in 1438 as part of a water system that supplied water from a spring 12km away.
Then, another attraction unexpectedly caught our attention: The Old Pharmacy at the Franciscan Monastery.
Founded in the year 1317, this in-house pharmacy was set up by Franciscan friars and would go on to service the town as well as people living beyond the walls. There’s still a pharmacy within the monastery today.
We tried to visit the Rector’s Palace, which was built in the late 15th century for the elected rector who governed Dubrovnik, but it was under renovation.
A sightseeing boat tour called the “Panorama Excursion” departed from the Old Port and went out around Lokrum Island.
We decided to eat at Mea Culpa, and ordered one Dalmatian Pizza and one Seafood Pizza.
It was time for the main attraction: walking around Dubrovnik’s Old City walls. Admission is 150 kuna for a 2 kilometres walk that takes about 1 hour to complete.
The first set of walls were built in the 9th century, and then in the 14th century these were strengthened with forts along the circumference. This attraction is worth the price tag. From here you can admire the all of the old town, gaze at the shimmering waters of the Adriatic, and look out to the neighbouring Lokrum.
After that quick ice cream break, we walked over to Fort Lovrijenac, also known as St. Lawrence Fortress.
Perched on a cliff 37 meters above the sea, this fortress dominates sea and land entrances from the western side of the city.
We made a stop at Buza Bar, which is great place for drinks anytime of day, but especially so around sunset. Gradac Park, was also used as one of the Game of Thrones filming locations, so you may recognize it from the Purple Wedding.
That’s a wrap for Dubrovnik and the rest of our time in Croatia! We hope this video gave you ideas of some of the things you can do in Dubrovnik on your own visit.
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Europe`s highest waterfalls - Krimmler Wasserfälle - Austria HD
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Österreich Ausflugsziele im Zillertal Top Attraktionen Hintertuxer Gletscher und Alpen
Österreich Top Ausflugsziele im Zillertal. Super Attraktionen wie der Hintertuxer Gletscher auf 3250 Meter Höhe mit tollen Blick zu den Österreichischen Alpen. Gipfelreuz, Gletscherbahn ....
Vienna’s Culinary Delights | VIENNA/NOW
Wiener Schnitzel, Gulasch, Kaiserschmarrn - Let’s taste some of Vienna’s culinary delights. Chris takes you on a culinary tour through some of the city’s best restaurants and bistros (Beisl). We meet Stefanie Herkner - owner and chef of “Zur Herknerin”, a restaurant that serves traditional food, made with love. And just like the saying ”business before pleasure”, Chris helps Stefanie to prepare a nice and tasty Erdäpfelgulasch.
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A town in the hills
Just uploading this to let you know that I'm back from my journey. This is a small hillside town called Triesenberg, located in Liechtenstein, that small country between Austria and Switzerland in the Alps. Not only is the town really beautiful, but it also offers a spectacular view of the valley and surrounding mountains, and of course The Rhine, which flows through the valley on its way to the North Sea. If you ever find yourself travelling through Europe, make sure not to miss out on this lovely place!
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