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By Zuriñe, Inazio, Iñaki and Alba.. 160 61,5 108 46

Mar 27, 2015



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By Zurie, Inazio, Iaki and Alba. Slide 2 Slide 3 160 61,5 108 46 Slide 4 Slide 5 History: Berlin is the capital city, and one of the sixteen states of the Federal Republic of Germany. It is the heart of the Berlin- metropolitan region, located in northeastern Germany. With a population of 3.4 million, Berlin is the country's largest city, and the second most populous city in the European Union. Slide 6 Accommodation: We are going to stay at Bellevue hotel***. Room facilities: Bathroom, television and telephone. 39 euro night. The price include: room, breakfast and dinner. Slide 7 First day: At 10:00 we are going to Lange Nacht der museum and Egyptian museum (12 euro). Then, we are going to go to a restaurant to have lunch. (7 euro). After that, we are going to walk around Berlin, and then we are going to go to the cinema to see a film about Berlin (3 euro). At 21:00 we are going to have dinner and go to bed. Second day: At 10:00 we are going to hide a tourist guide in Berlin (35 euro). At 13:00 we are going to have lunch in a restaurant (7 euro). Slide 8 Souvenirs: Magnet Plschbr BERLIN mit TS (4 euro), Magnet BERLIN Gummi (4 euro), Schlsselanhnger Br BERLIN mit T-Shirt (3,95 euro), Schlsselanhnger BERLIN Gummi (3,5 euro), and Schlsselband BERLIN schwarz-bunt (4 euro). Slide 9 Total money: a) accommodation: 78 euro, b) museums: 24 euro, c) lunchs: 14 euro, d) film: 3 euro, e) torurist guide: 35 euro, f) + souvenir(s), g) 78+24+14+3+35+souvenir(s)= 154+souvenir(s), and h) total: +/- 160 euro. Slide 10 Photos: The Bundeskanzleramt The Brandenburg Gate Slide 11 The Haus der Kulturen der Welt The Olympiastadion Slide 12 The Weltzeituhr (world time clock) The aerial view of central Berlin Slide 13 Vienna is the capital of Austria with 8.3 millions habitants. It lies in the north-east of Austria near the eastern Alps and is divided by the river Danube. The distance to Munich and Vienna is about 440 km and to Prague about 290 km. Vienna has excellent traffic connections. The Vienna international airport is only 20 minutes from the city and can be reached by train or bus or the special CAT, the city airport train which is a high speed railway. Slide 14 -100 B.C. the Romans founded a military camp called Vindobona in todays heart of the city of Vienna. In 1220 Vienna became one of the most important towns of the empire and the city wall was built in 1529. The Turks occupied with more than 100,000 soldiers the town of Vienna for many months, but they didnt succeed. -1679 a terrible plague epidemy raged in Vienna and left almost 50,000 victims. 1781 1791 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived and worked in Vienna and composed his most important opus. -1791 he died in Vienna and was buried on cementery St. Marx. -1814/1815 Congress of Vienna. -1828 1898 The regency of the famous empress Elisabeth, called Sisi, the real queen of hearts. Slide 15 Vienna offers many things to visit like imperialistic monumental buildings and palaces, museums and opera houses. The Stephansdom is the landmark of Vienna and Austrias most important gothic building. The Kaisergruft is under the Kapuzinerkirche. Since 1633 members of the Habsburger dynasty have lain in this famous graves. The wife of the last Austrian emperor Karl I was buried here. Slide 16 Walking around the Dorotheergasse, you can find many interesting shops for antiquities and the church Augustinerkirche. This was a private church of the Hapsburger, where they celebrated many weddings of the emperors family, for example, the wedding of 16 year old Sissi with emperor Franz Joseph I in the year 1854. The Hapsburg emperors reigned from the Hofburg during more than seven centuries. The castle, which was built in the thirteenth century, remembers the middle age, but it was modified by the family of the Habsburger as a magnificent residence. Slide 17 Another center of attraction is palace Schnbrunn, the summer residence of the emperors family. The palace is one of the most beautiful baroque buildings in Europe. The enormous park offers an other house, a labyrinth and a famous zoo. Slide 18 9.00 a.m. After a hearty Viennese breakfast (Zopf, fruit and juice), we start the day with a tour on the Imperial Palace (Hofburg). 7 10.45 a.m. Time to go shopping. We are going to go the Dorotheergasse until 12.00 a.m. Slide 19 12.00 a.m. Time for a little break? We are going to have lunch (some packed sandwiches). 12.30 p.m. After taking energy, we are visiting Kaisergruft. 4 2.00 p.m We are going to relax going to the enormous park of the Schnbrunn Palace. Slide 20 4.00p.m The people who want to go into the palace, can do it (6,5) and the ones who dont, they are going to see the gothic building (free). After that, they will have free time. But every body must be at the hotel at 6 oclock to have dinner. After dinner, you have free time to have a shower or relax. From 7.00 p.m. to 9.30p.m. You can go to see the town at night. Then you have to come back to the hotel. Slide 21 This hotel is in a very good location, in the heart of Vienna, next to the historic hub. Hotel Cristal has 55 rooms, all of them are traditionally and individually furnished with all kind of modern comforts. From 44 Hotel Cristall, three stars. (the breakfast,the sandwiches and the dinner are included on the price). Slide 22 Slide 23 Prague is the capital and the largest city in the Czech Republic. Situated on the Vltava river in central Bohemia, it is home to approximately 1.2 million people. PRAGUE Slide 24 HISTORY Prague was founded on the IX century. In 1918, after the first world war,it became the capital city of Czechoslovakia. In 1993, after the division of Cezchoslovakia, it became the capital of the Czech Republic. Slide 25 CULTURE Prague is a traditional culture centre in Europe, hosting many cultural events. Significant cultural institutions: National theatre. The Rudolfinum. Prague State Opera. National Museum. Nprstek Museum. Clementinum. National Gallery. Slide 26 HOTEL Pension Beetle Information: Location:Smilovskeho 10 Apartment - 4 beds 46 WEB: Phone: +420 222 515 093, +420 602 455 579 E-mail: [email protected] Slide 27 HOTEL PHOTOS Slide 28 Slide 29 Slide 30 Prague Day 1 We are going to arrive in Prague around the evening.We are going to have dinner and then, we are going to sleep. Day 2 We are going to get up early to enjoy the whole day. First of all, we are going to visit Charles Bridge and Prague Castle, then we are going to have lunch. After that, we are going to visit St. Vitus Cathedral and a lot of more things. In the evening we are going to go to Vienna. Slide 31 Slide 32 Slide 33 Slide 34 Slide 35 Slide 36 HISTORY From its beginnings, Bratislava has ranked among the most prominent cities of Central Europe. It has played an important role in the spheres of economic, politic, administrative, cultural, national, and social transformations and in decisive historical events. Bratislava historys names: Braslavespurch, Brezalauspurc, Istropolis, Pozsony, Posonium, Pressburg, Brezizbuch, Bresburch, Presporok. Slide 37 Bratislava (see below for othernames) is the capital of Slovakia, and the country's largest city, with a population of some 450,000. Bratislava is the political, cultural and economic centre of Slovakia. It is the seat of the Slovakpresidency, and government, as well as home to several universities, museums, theatres, galleries and other national economic, cultural and educational institutions. Most of Slovakia's large businesses and financial institutions have their headquarters in Bratislava. The city's past has been characterized by the strong influence of various peoples, includingSlovaks,Germans, Hungarians, Czechs, Austrians and Jews. Bratislava still retains its cosmopolitan spirit. It hosts many festivals and trade shows (such as Incheba) and it is famous for its night life and leisure facilities. INFORMATION Slide 38 ACCOMMODATION Apartment: KUPELNA Small but very cosy apartment, located on the groundfloor of a safe building positioned in center of the Old City. The National Theatre and the Hviezdoslavovo square... Capacity: max 4 persons Price: from 58 / night Slide 39 Bratislava First day We are going to go to Bratislava at 6 oclock and. We are going to pay a tourist guide for 9 hours (15euro). During the walk we are going to visit the Presidential Palace, New Bridge Observation Deck, Bratislava Castle, Devn Castle and the opera. At 11:00 we are going to go back to the hotel. Slide 40 Second day We are going to get up at 9 oclock. We are visit: New Bridge UFO, Slavn War Memorial, Slovak Radio Building, Freedom Square and Petralka Housing Estate. At 18:30 we are going to have dinner to a restaurant and at six oclock, we going to fly to Gasteiz (35 ). Slide 41 PHOTOS Bratislava castle Slide 42 Slide 43