Hi gang. In the not-too-distant-future (in 1 or 2 years) I plan to take the family to Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. So in order to start planning, I'd like do know what towns you volks would recommend.
Something not too touristy and yet extremely quaint--particularly where eveyone would speak German (as opposed to English).
Towns with great views, great food, and great people--which I'm sure are everywhere--would be the ideal.
Anyone? C'mon--practice your English und teilen your wealth of knowledge mit mir!
hi to everyone, I`m a beginner in english but I will try it to give some informations about Austria and Swizzerland. I know Austria because I`m born there, and I know Swizzerland because I live there. So the next time I tell you more about this countrys. BY BY
Hallo! Wohin in Osterreich ist am besten für Markten und shönen Blinken?
Hi Edwin and everyone, whren you goes to Germany, come to Hamburg. The Habour City is very exciting.It is on of the biggest building project in the world. The most buildings are finished.
More information from the official homepage (harbour city hamburg):
HafenCity covers an area of 157 hectares, making it one of the most prominent inner-city waterfront development projects in the world. Based on a new concept for urban living, it will increase the size of Hamburg City by 40 percent (Hamburg has a population of approx. 1.78 million, the Hamburg Metropolitan Region 4.3 million). Between the historic Speicherstadt warehouse district and the River Elbe a new city with a cosmopolitan mix of homes, service businesses, culture, leisure, tourism and commerce is emerging. Structures typical of a port will be retained. The development is being managed by HafenCity Hamburg GmbH, a 100-per cent subsidiary of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. The time-frame for development of the entire area extends to circa 2025. HafenCity is already rated as the model project for international waterfront development..
If you have freetime in Hamburg, let you family go to the zoo and I show you the Reeperbahn. :-)
Hi Edwin, I'm from Switzerland . I'm also a beginner, so pease be patient with me :-)
A really nice place is Berne ( Capital of Switzerland). If you vist this town, go to the Rosengarten (Rosegarden) You have a beautiful view at the old town of Berne. General the whole town is beautful
Another beautiful town I can advise is Solothurn its not so far from Berne. its a baroque town
http://www.solothurn-city.ch/topic2477.html here you finde some information
They have some specialty called "Solothurnerli" you will find this in the cake shop/cafe "Sutteria" near the cathedral .
If you like chocolat, why not visiting a chocolat factory. or maybe you like more cheese?
thats it for now
Danke fur die Information! Ich mochte zu Switzer reisen machen wenn meine Familia und ich zu Deutschland fahren. Berne hört sehr gut! ☺
Hi I'm from Germany, you have to visit the Town Trier, this is the oldest city in germany. Many people come every year to visit it. There are many old buildings still well-preserved Roman. I love this city.
It's 2 hours away from cologne. A beautifull city to.
Google for it ;)
Ich will diesen Sommer dort reisen machen--Am ende Juni. Ich kann nicht warten!
Vienna is the best city in Europe.=)