• Coastal Nova Scotia Outdoor Adventure Guide Maritime Travel Guides

    published: 12 May 2017
  • Canadian Maritimes trip 2017 (HD 1080p)

    Canadian Maritimes trip 2017, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Canadian Maritimes travel guide, Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube The Maritimes, also called the Maritime provinces or the Canadian Maritimes, is a region of Eastern Canada consisting of three provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. The Maritimes had a population of 1,813,606 in 2016. The Maritimes, along with a fourth province – Canada's easternmost province, Newfoundland and Labrador – make up Atlantic Canada. Located along the Atlantic coast, various aquatic sub-basins are located in the Maritimes, such as the Gulf of Maine and Gulf of St. Lawrence. The region is located northeast of New England, southeast of Quebec's Gaspé Pe...

    published: 28 Mar 2017
  • Adventurer's Guide to the Magdalen Islands Maritime Travel Guides

    published: 12 May 2017
  • Climb Nova Scotia A Rock Climbing Guide Maritime Travel Guides

    published: 12 May 2017
  • Hobart Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

    http://www.expedia.com/Hobart.d6052485.Destination-Travel-Guides When you first arrive in Hobart, you may not be aware that you’re exploring a former prison. This onetime penal colony is located between Mount Wellington and Port Hobart, and features a number of exquisite colonial buildings in breathtaking natural surroundings. There’s a variety of things to do within the city, so chow down on seafood from a waterfront restaurant before stopping by one of the galleries built into old whale oil warehouses. Don’t forget to check out the Hobart Theatre, a must-see on any Hobart tour. This structure was built by convicts brought to Australia in the 19th century, and it still hosts live performances today. Hobart sightseeing will no doubt include the Maritime Museum, which celebrates Hobart’s...

    published: 11 Jul 2014
  • Bahamas (North-America) Vacation Travel Video Guide

    ✱ 157 Hotels in the Bahamas - Lowest Price Guarantee ► http://goo.gl/tI0CaK Travel video about destination Bahamas. Nassau is the capital of the island of New Providence which is one of the many islands of the Bahaman archipelago that extends for almost a thousand kilometres between Cuba and Florida in the Atlantic Ocean. New Providence is the commercial and political centre and is more commonly known as the Bahamas.Samuel Cunard, legendary founder of the Cunard Line, established the first maritime route from New York to Nassau. His steamboat, the Karnak, took five days to travel the two thousand kilometres to the islands which in 1859 was a sensation. Nassau is a city without skyscrapers. The historic city centre contains several buildings that date back to the eighteenth and nineteenth ...

    published: 14 Aug 2013
  • Tunisia Vacation Travel Video Guide

    Travel video about destination Tunisia. Tunis is a North African city with a long history. After the Hasfides and Osmans, the Spanish Moors came but then had to give way to French colonial rule until present day Independence. In the old town, there are more than 700 historic monuments which include 200 palaces, a colourful variety of buildings and numerous mosques.Among shoreline lava rock is the entrance to the Ghar El-Kebir, a collection of sandstone grottos. During Roman times, thousands of slaves were forced to bring building material for Carthage and El Djem from subterranean shafts. In Sousse, the simple fort of Ribat is probably the oldest Islamic building in North Africa, in which Muslim soldiers lived in monastery-like isolation and in the town’s Archaeological Museum there is a f...

    published: 14 Aug 2013
  • Mountain Bike Nova Scotia Maritime Travel Guides Series

    published: 06 May 2017
  • The Costa D'Amalfi (Italy) Vacation Travel Video Guide

    Travel video about destination Amalfitana in Italy. The Costa D'Amalfi in the south of Italy is both wild and beautiful, framed by the Tyrrhenian Sea and the foothills of the Lattari Mountains as well as historic and picturesque towns.Sorrento marks the beginning of a journey through the "land where the lemon trees blossom" and along one of the most beautiful panoramic roads in the world, the Amalfitana. Sorrento's secrets lie hidden in numerous cloisters, gardens and courtyards and within the footsteps of European history. They all came here, Greeks, Romans, Normans, French and Spanish, to a place that since ancient times has been used for recreation. Until the end of the nineteenth century the Amalfi Coast was mainly accessible from the sea but later a road was built, the Amalfitana. I...

    published: 14 Jan 2016
  • Climb Nova Scotia A Rock Climbing Guide Maritime Travel Guides

    published: 15 May 2017
  • A Nature and Hiking Guide to Cape Bretons Cabot Trail Maritime Travel Guides

    published: 03 Apr 2016
  • GDAŃSK │ CITY OF FREEDOM. Plan your visit with this full HD travel guide.

    What to see in GDAŃSK? Here's your list of top attractions. Discover GDAŃSK by just walking around the city. New video! Please note: It takes a lot of time and a significant effort to produce these travel videos. Please LIKE, SHARE with friends, and SUBSCRIBE if you enjoyed. Thank you! Lily :-) Featured in this video, in no particular order: 00:05 Długa Street 01:01 Neptune's Fountain 01:22 Town Hall 01:46 The Crane 01:57 Golden Gate 02:09 Prison Tower 02:35 Amber Museum 02:46 The Great Armoury 03:00 National Maritime Museum 03:08 Highland Gate 03:18 Motława River 03:50 Mariacka St. 04:04 St. Mary's Gate 04:18 St. Mary's Basilica 05:10 Views from St. Mary's Basilica's Tower 06:09 Green Bridge 06:13 Green Gate 06:17 Great Mill 06:21 Little Mill 06:26 Fountain of the Four Quarters 06:37...

    published: 24 Feb 2017
  • Finland Vacation Travel Video Guide

    Travel video about destination Finland. Finland is a land of a thousand lakes and eternal forests, a land of log cabins and Orthodox churches - a midsummer’s dream in the extreme north of Europe.Helsinki, ‘The Daughter of the Baltic’, ‘The Gibraltar of the North’, a dividing line between east and west and a modern and liberal minded metropolis. Founded in 1550 by Swedish king, Gustav Vasa, as a trading centre, in 1812 Tsar Alexander The First made it the capital of the Principality Of Finland. Turku is the oldest city in Finland and is the country’s first capital city from where Finnish culture was born. It is still evocative of the Middle Ages. The sea, a magnificent island landscape and picturesque timber houses are typical of one of the oldest cities in the Gulf Of Bothnia, Uusikaupunki...

    published: 14 Aug 2013
  • Travel Guide Bremen, Germany - Maritime Bremen

    Bremen's seafaring traditions are still alive and well today and have a big part to play in its unique appeal. The Schlachte Embankment along the River Weser is a magnet for locals and tourists: there are always people milling around by the water, especially when the sun is out. Get a free, updated Bremen Travel Guide: http://www.arrivalguides.com/en/Travelguides/Europe/Germany/BREMEN Book your tickets: http://www.arrivalguides.com/en/Travelguides/Europe/Germany/BREMEN/buytickets

    published: 16 Jan 2014
  • Maritime Travel - Fast and Efficient Booking

    http://businesstravel.maritimetravel.ca/ http://www.maritimetravel.ca/ https://www.facebook.com/MaritimeTravel.ca Maritime Business Travel will provide you with unparalleled customer service, 24/7 emergency service, industry-leading reporting software, and fast and efficient booking. View all our videos or visit our website to learn more!

    published: 16 Jan 2014
  • Oslo Travel Guide: Things to do in Oslo as a Tourist

    Top Sightseeing locations to visit in Oslo, Norway. Including Downtown Oslo, The Royal Castle, museums, Vigelandsparken, Holmenkollen, and more. The exact locations are listed at the end of the description. The Oslo Opera: Do this one! The opera building is adjacent to the central station, and it's awesome. It's architecture is like walking on an iceberg, and it overlooks the Oslo fjord and Akershus Castle. Doesn't take much time. Karl Johans gate: The main walking street that connects Central Station (Oslo S) with the Royal Castle. I guess it's a must when you come to Oslo. You can't avoid it, and you shouldn't! Because it's the main street of Oslo. But Karl Johan is mostly for the tourists, beggars, scammers. People that live in Oslo, like me, hardly ever go there. Royal Castle:...

    published: 09 May 2016
Coastal Nova Scotia Outdoor Adventure Guide Maritime Travel Guides

Coastal Nova Scotia Outdoor Adventure Guide Maritime Travel Guides

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Canadian Maritimes trip 2017 (HD 1080p)

Canadian Maritimes trip 2017 (HD 1080p)

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Canadian Maritimes trip 2017, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Canadian Maritimes travel guide, Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=World1Tube The Maritimes, also called the Maritime provinces or the Canadian Maritimes, is a region of Eastern Canada consisting of three provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. The Maritimes had a population of 1,813,606 in 2016. The Maritimes, along with a fourth province – Canada's easternmost province, Newfoundland and Labrador – make up Atlantic Canada. Located along the Atlantic coast, various aquatic sub-basins are located in the Maritimes, such as the Gulf of Maine and Gulf of St. Lawrence. The region is located northeast of New England, southeast of Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula, and southwest of the island of Newfoundland. All three provinces are entirely south of the southernmost extremity of Western Canada, and are the only provinces of Canada without large and sparsely populated northern regions. The notion of a Maritime Union has been proposed at various times in Canada's history; the first discussions in 1864 at the Charlottetown Conference contributed to Canadian Confederation which instead formed the larger Dominion of Canada. New Brunswick ============= New Brunswick is one of the Atlantic Provinces of Canada, and the only constitutionally bilingual province in the country. The provincial capital is Fredericton. Statistics Canada estimates the provincial population in 2008 to be 751,527; a majority are English-speaking, but there is also a large Francophone minority (32%), chiefly of Acadian origin. The province's name comes from the English and French translation for the city of Braunschweig in Lower Saxony, northern Germany, the ancestral home of the Hanoverian King George III of the United Kingdom. New Brunswick is a relatively sparsely populated province, with considerable forests forming the main body. The core of the province is virtually uninhabited, with the population very focused in the Western part of the province as well as the Eastern and Southern coastlines. See in New Brunswick =================== Fundy National Park. Near the village of Alma, Fundy National Park is 207 square kilometres of fundy coast and inland forest. The park has multiple campgrounds which include wilderness and more comfortable ones. There are over twenty waterfalls in Fundy National Park. Reversing Falls. A one of a kind adventure where the flow of the Saint John River reverses when the Bay of Fundy is at high tide! Hopewell Rocks. A group of Flowerpot rocks located in the community of Hopewell Cape. Visit New Brunswick's national parks: ----------------------------------------------------------- Kouchibouguac National Park[9]. Located along the shores of the Northumberland Strait, Kouchibouguac National Park is home to much wildlife and glorious beaches. Camping is available in the park. The Kouchibouguac park is probably best known for its sand dunes, and shallow protected tidal pool beaches, which offer very warm swimming. Roosevelt Campobello International Park. Former U.S president Franklin D. Roosevelts summer retreat from 1921-1936. Located on the southern portion of Campobello island, this was also the island where Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. was born. Mount Carleton. A remote mountain (highest in maritimes) perfect for wilderness lovers And see some of the other unusual attractions New Brunswick has to offer: Old Sow With a diameter of 75 metres or 250 feet, Old Sow is the largest tidal whirlpool in the western hemisphere. Old Sow is located off the south-western shore of Deer Island. Grand Falls and Gorge World Pond Hockey Championships Nova Scotia ============= Nova Scotia is one of the Atlantic Provinces of Canada. Nova Scotia consists of a very large peninsula (known as the "mainland"), connected to the province of New Brunswick by a narrow strip of land, and includes Cape Breton Island, which is now joined to the mainland by the Canso Causeway. See in Nova Scotia ---------------------------- Peggys Cove Lighthouse, 35 km SW of Halifax on road 333 is a lighthouse on rounded rocks. The lighthouse is a post office, there is a restaurant and tourist information but otherwise it is just big rocks with a dozen small house and 60 people living there. Outside Peggys Cove on the 333 there are plenty of B&B's and restaurants. Swissair Memorial, close to Peggys Cove on the 333. Cape Breton highlands (especially in the Fall) Citadel Hill, located in downtown Halifax. The Southern Nova Scotia Biosphere, Tobeatic Wilderness Area, and Kejimikujik National Park in the southern half of the province--the largest protected wilderness area in Atlantic Canada Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site, the largest reconstructed 18th-century French fortified town in North America.
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Adventurer's Guide to the Magdalen Islands Maritime Travel Guides

Adventurer's Guide to the Magdalen Islands Maritime Travel Guides

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Climb Nova Scotia A Rock Climbing Guide Maritime Travel Guides

Climb Nova Scotia A Rock Climbing Guide Maritime Travel Guides

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Hobart Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Hobart Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

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http://www.expedia.com/Hobart.d6052485.Destination-Travel-Guides When you first arrive in Hobart, you may not be aware that you’re exploring a former prison. This onetime penal colony is located between Mount Wellington and Port Hobart, and features a number of exquisite colonial buildings in breathtaking natural surroundings. There’s a variety of things to do within the city, so chow down on seafood from a waterfront restaurant before stopping by one of the galleries built into old whale oil warehouses. Don’t forget to check out the Hobart Theatre, a must-see on any Hobart tour. This structure was built by convicts brought to Australia in the 19th century, and it still hosts live performances today. Hobart sightseeing will no doubt include the Maritime Museum, which celebrates Hobart’s ties to the sea. Go for a sail on the Lady Nelson, a tall ship that makes regular excursions out to the harbor. You’ll work up an appetite trimming the sails and steering the ship, so why not venture to the Salamanca Market? For over 30 years, this market has featured fresh produce, local artwork, and clothing, and you’re bound to score a good bargain. Next, go upriver to MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art. This building descends three floors down into the cliffs surrounding it, and its often dark-natured artwork is featured in vast, cavernous spaces. All that art is bound to make you thirsty, so pay a visit to some of the wineries dotting Hobart’s surrounding landscape. Sip responsibly on a glass of wine, nibble a wedge of cheese, and enjoy the rolling green hills around you. Now this is living! What will you do on your Hobart tour? Visit our Hobart travel guide page for more information or to plan your next vacation! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Expedia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/expedia Instagram: http://instagram.com/expedia Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/Expedia/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Expedia -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on our travel blog, Viewfinder: http://viewfinder.expedia.com/
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Bahamas (North-America) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Bahamas (North-America) Vacation Travel Video Guide

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✱ 157 Hotels in the Bahamas - Lowest Price Guarantee ► http://goo.gl/tI0CaK Travel video about destination Bahamas. Nassau is the capital of the island of New Providence which is one of the many islands of the Bahaman archipelago that extends for almost a thousand kilometres between Cuba and Florida in the Atlantic Ocean. New Providence is the commercial and political centre and is more commonly known as the Bahamas.Samuel Cunard, legendary founder of the Cunard Line, established the first maritime route from New York to Nassau. His steamboat, the Karnak, took five days to travel the two thousand kilometres to the islands which in 1859 was a sensation. Nassau is a city without skyscrapers. The historic city centre contains several buildings that date back to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and looks like a gold prospector’s town that has prospered at great speed. Situated on Paradise Island is the Atlantis Resort that is the largest entertainment oasis in the world and has a unique aquarium landscape where South African hotel tycoon, Sol Kerzner, created a fantastic resort with lagoons surrounded by jungle, relaxing bays and waterfalls. A further attraction of Atlantis is one of the most popular of the entire complex, Dolphin Cay, a world of dolphins that swim and entertain in front of the resort’s skyline. The Exuma Islands are sixty kilometres from Nassau and comprise three hundred and sixty five tiny islands and Channel Cay is the perfect example of a remote island paradise of warm water, appetising seafood, sheltered bays and glimmering ocean. The Bahamas: the very name conjures up remote sandy beaches and turquoise blue water, romantic sunsets and tropical nights. A place where fantastic dreams become incredible reality! -------------- Watch more travel videos ► http://goo.gl/HYQdhg Join us. Subscribe now! ► http://goo.gl/QHWi2p Be our fan on Facebook ► http://goo.gl/0xmbQk Follow us on Twitter ► http://goo.gl/334ln5 -------------- Thanks for all your support, rating the video and leaving a comment is always appreciated! Please: respect each other in the comments. Expoza Travel is taking you on a journey to the earth's most beautiful and fascinating places. Get inspiration and essentials with our travel guide videos and documentaries for your next trip, holiday, vacation or simply enjoy and get tips about all the beauty in the world... It is yours to discover!
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Tunisia Vacation Travel Video Guide

Tunisia Vacation Travel Video Guide

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Travel video about destination Tunisia. Tunis is a North African city with a long history. After the Hasfides and Osmans, the Spanish Moors came but then had to give way to French colonial rule until present day Independence. In the old town, there are more than 700 historic monuments which include 200 palaces, a colourful variety of buildings and numerous mosques.Among shoreline lava rock is the entrance to the Ghar El-Kebir, a collection of sandstone grottos. During Roman times, thousands of slaves were forced to bring building material for Carthage and El Djem from subterranean shafts. In Sousse, the simple fort of Ribat is probably the oldest Islamic building in North Africa, in which Muslim soldiers lived in monastery-like isolation and in the town’s Archaeological Museum there is a fantastic range of mosaics, predominantly from Punic and Roman excavations. Gabes is an oasis town which overflows with luxuriant floral splendour. By horse and carriage visitors can travel through one of the most beautiful maritime oases in Tunisia where, under 500,000 date palms, tobacco, henna, pumpkins, apricots and bananas thrive. The focal point of important caravan routes and trading centre for goods from Libya and Black Africa, Medenine is a very charming and lively city. Its reinforced honeycomb-shaped caves were the extraordinary-looking buildings that many will recall from the film ‘Star Wars’. The Sahara is the largest desert on earth, with different landscapes such as rock deserts, salt deserts and serene oases. Kebili is located on the edge of a huge salt lake and is a typical desert village with a green oasis and Artesian springs which provide water for its fruit and vegetable gardens. Nefta is also a green paradise in the desert, an oasis town that boasts no less than 152 Artesian wells. Dougga contains Tunisia’s most important ruins which nestle in the hills among shimmering olive trees and poppy fields. Endless deserts and fertile oases, busy towns and isolated mountain regions, Roman temples and Muslim mosques: Tunisia is tempting!
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Mountain Bike Nova Scotia Maritime Travel Guides Series

Mountain Bike Nova Scotia Maritime Travel Guides Series

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The Costa D'Amalfi (Italy) Vacation Travel Video Guide

The Costa D'Amalfi (Italy) Vacation Travel Video Guide

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Travel video about destination Amalfitana in Italy. The Costa D'Amalfi in the south of Italy is both wild and beautiful, framed by the Tyrrhenian Sea and the foothills of the Lattari Mountains as well as historic and picturesque towns.Sorrento marks the beginning of a journey through the "land where the lemon trees blossom" and along one of the most beautiful panoramic roads in the world, the Amalfitana. Sorrento's secrets lie hidden in numerous cloisters, gardens and courtyards and within the footsteps of European history. They all came here, Greeks, Romans, Normans, French and Spanish, to a place that since ancient times has been used for recreation. Until the end of the nineteenth century the Amalfi Coast was mainly accessible from the sea but later a road was built, the Amalfitana. It is around twenty five miles long, with many sharp curves, and often seems to hover above the sea. Amalfi is the beating heart of the coast and .today a world famous resort that is squeezed into the mouth of a valley of mills. In the Middle Ages, along with Pisa, Genoa and Venice, Amalfi was one of Italy’s most powerful maritime republics and its prosperity showed. High above the coast is Ravello that in the ninth century belonged to the League of Cities of the Amalfi Republic and served as a defence against the Normans. It boasted twelve churches plus various convents and palaces in mediaeval Moorish architecture that highlighted a glorious era of luxury and wealth. One of the most beautiful roads in the world, the Amalfitana travels along a remarkable coastline and through character–rich locations that are full of the varied architecture that only the pages of history can endow. -------------- Watch more travel videos ► http://goo.gl/HYQdhg Join us. Subscribe now! ► http://goo.gl/QHWi2p Be our fan on Facebook ► http://goo.gl/0xmbQk Follow us on Twitter ► http://goo.gl/334ln5 -------------- Thanks for all your support, rating the video and leaving a comment is always appreciated! Please: respect each other in the comments. Expoza Travel is taking you on a journey to the earth's most beautiful and fascinating places. Get inspiration and essentials with our travel guide videos and documentaries for your next trip, holiday, vacation or simply enjoy and get tips about all the beauty in the world... It is yours to discover!
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Climb Nova Scotia A Rock Climbing Guide Maritime Travel Guides

Climb Nova Scotia A Rock Climbing Guide Maritime Travel Guides

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A Nature and Hiking Guide to Cape Bretons Cabot Trail Maritime Travel Guides

A Nature and Hiking Guide to Cape Bretons Cabot Trail Maritime Travel Guides

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GDAŃSK │ CITY OF FREEDOM. Plan your visit with this full HD travel guide.

GDAŃSK │ CITY OF FREEDOM. Plan your visit with this full HD travel guide.

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What to see in GDAŃSK? Here's your list of top attractions. Discover GDAŃSK by just walking around the city. New video! Please note: It takes a lot of time and a significant effort to produce these travel videos. Please LIKE, SHARE with friends, and SUBSCRIBE if you enjoyed. Thank you! Lily :-) Featured in this video, in no particular order: 00:05 Długa Street 01:01 Neptune's Fountain 01:22 Town Hall 01:46 The Crane 01:57 Golden Gate 02:09 Prison Tower 02:35 Amber Museum 02:46 The Great Armoury 03:00 National Maritime Museum 03:08 Highland Gate 03:18 Motława River 03:50 Mariacka St. 04:04 St. Mary's Gate 04:18 St. Mary's Basilica 05:10 Views from St. Mary's Basilica's Tower 06:09 Green Bridge 06:13 Green Gate 06:17 Great Mill 06:21 Little Mill 06:26 Fountain of the Four Quarters 06:37 Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers of 1970 06:50 European Solidarity Centre 07:14 Cow Bridge & Cow Gate 07:21 Milk Can Gate 07:25 Corner Tower 07:31 Archaeological Museum 07:38 Hala Targowa Market 07:44 Central Market 07:51 Museum of the Second World War 07:56 Artus Court 08:08 Royal Chapel 08:13 Maritime Culture Centre 08:19 St. Hyacinth Tower 08:26 St. Katarzyna Church 08:38 Straganiarska Gate 08:45 Swan Tower 08:49 Baltic Sea Cultural Centre 08:56 Church of St. John 09:01 Railway Station 09:11 New Town Hall 09:18 National Museum 09:23 Slomiana Tower 09:28 Gdansk Library 09:32 St. John's Gate 09:40 Shakespeare Theatre 09:44 St. Peter's Basilica 09:48 Third Millennium John Paul II Bridge 09:52 Wybrzeze Theatre 11:00 Lech Walesa Airport Audio tracks: "Golden Ocean", by Nicolai Heidlas, licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 / 4.0. At the end of the video: "Underdog", by The 126ers.
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Finland Vacation Travel Video Guide

Finland Vacation Travel Video Guide

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Travel video about destination Finland. Finland is a land of a thousand lakes and eternal forests, a land of log cabins and Orthodox churches - a midsummer’s dream in the extreme north of Europe.Helsinki, ‘The Daughter of the Baltic’, ‘The Gibraltar of the North’, a dividing line between east and west and a modern and liberal minded metropolis. Founded in 1550 by Swedish king, Gustav Vasa, as a trading centre, in 1812 Tsar Alexander The First made it the capital of the Principality Of Finland. Turku is the oldest city in Finland and is the country’s first capital city from where Finnish culture was born. It is still evocative of the Middle Ages. The sea, a magnificent island landscape and picturesque timber houses are typical of one of the oldest cities in the Gulf Of Bothnia, Uusikaupunki. It was there in 1712 that a peace treaty was signed between Russia and Sweden and this small, quiet town has a long maritime history. Further north is a town of seafarers and traders, Kokkola, of which the old town boasts the largest number of timber built houses in Finland. The cleric, Anders Chydenius, once lived here and laid the foundation of Liberalism, the freedom of both religion and trade. Oulu is the flourishing centre of Northern Finland. Along with its many green areas this city by the sea comes alive during the spring and summer months. Despite the harsh climate, tropical plants are popular in the city. The hilly landscape of the spacious Pallas Ounastunturi National Park is located in the north west, close to the Swedish border. Yellow-green reindeer moss and dense layers of many other varieties grow on the seemingly endless hills of primeval stone and gneiss. The plant life of this region always surprises those who encounter it for the first time. Finland is a country that boasts more lakes than any other. It is full of picturesque, natural beauty, unique cultural treasures and historic locations: a tranquil paradise set in the extreme north.
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Travel Guide Bremen, Germany - Maritime Bremen

Travel Guide Bremen, Germany - Maritime Bremen

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Bremen's seafaring traditions are still alive and well today and have a big part to play in its unique appeal. The Schlachte Embankment along the River Weser is a magnet for locals and tourists: there are always people milling around by the water, especially when the sun is out. Get a free, updated Bremen Travel Guide: http://www.arrivalguides.com/en/Travelguides/Europe/Germany/BREMEN Book your tickets: http://www.arrivalguides.com/en/Travelguides/Europe/Germany/BREMEN/buytickets
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Maritime Travel - Fast and Efficient Booking

Maritime Travel - Fast and Efficient Booking

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Oslo Travel Guide: Things to do in Oslo as a Tourist

Oslo Travel Guide: Things to do in Oslo as a Tourist

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Top Sightseeing locations to visit in Oslo, Norway. Including Downtown Oslo, The Royal Castle, museums, Vigelandsparken, Holmenkollen, and more. The exact locations are listed at the end of the description. The Oslo Opera: Do this one! The opera building is adjacent to the central station, and it's awesome. It's architecture is like walking on an iceberg, and it overlooks the Oslo fjord and Akershus Castle. Doesn't take much time. Karl Johans gate: The main walking street that connects Central Station (Oslo S) with the Royal Castle. I guess it's a must when you come to Oslo. You can't avoid it, and you shouldn't! Because it's the main street of Oslo. But Karl Johan is mostly for the tourists, beggars, scammers. People that live in Oslo, like me, hardly ever go there. Royal Castle: It's quite small compared to other royal castles because Norway was a poor country when it was built. But it's still a nice place to walk through on your way to Bogstadveien or to spend half an hour. Akershus Castle: This is a nice medieval castle at the center of Oslo, overlooking the Oslo fjord, and Aker brygge. Very nice for sunsets, and after a day in Oslo sentrum or Aker Brygge. There is also a free military museum and a cheap WWII resistance museum here. Aker Brygge: These are the Oslo docks which have been redeveloped into a posh private restaurant/bar/shopping area. Nice for a walk, and plenty of places to sit down and watch people or the magnificent view of Akershus Castle. There's also a modern art museum here if that's your thing. If you do go to the modern art museum, be sure go all the way to the top terrace, where you find an even better view of Aker Brygge, the fjord and Akershus Castle. Museum Island/Peninsula (Bygdøy): This is where most of the museums are, including the Viking Ship Museum, Kon Tiki, Maritime Museum, Folk Museum. But be aware that it takes a day, and it's quite a detour, there's not much else to do there. If I had to pick one, I would do the Viking Ship museum and maybe the adjacent Folk Museum. Vigelandsparken/Frognerparken: This sculpture park is very good, and very large. During summer this is a continuous party/BBQ, but in wintertime you will find mostly joggers and dog walkers. Do this park if naked stone people are your thing. Pro tip: The Oslo City museum is in the park, and its FREE! Holmenkollen/Frognerseteren: Holmenkollen is a giant ski-jump on a mountain overlooking Oslo. There is also the ski-museum and ski-stuff around here. Metro line 1 runs all the way to Frognerseteren and there is a cafe/restaurant close to the wilderness where you can overlook Oslo. Ekebergåsen: This is a lookout point close to Oslo, overlooking the city. If you are thinking of going to Frognerseteren for the view only, you should go here instead. Much closer to the city, so you get a better view and travel time is less, this is a nice spot to watch the sunset. Some Pro Tips: If you want to see "the fjord" for cheap, go to the beginning of Aker Brygge, and take the ferry (B10) to Nesodden and back again (don't get of). You will have a great view of Akershus Castle, Aker Brygge, numerous islands and the fjord. The "RuterReise" app for live public transportation time tables or planning, or just use Google maps, there's another "RuterBillett" app for purchasing tickets with a credit card on your phone, but I think it's only in Norwegian. Then there is the https://ruter.no/en/ website for trip planning. Uber app, works quite well, and is half price of normal taxi Time/Location/ 00:00 Jernbanetorget https://goo.gl/vdoD4g 00:57 Bicycles https://goo.gl/C9MZmm 01:53 The Opera https://goo.gl/XdoR1C 02:30 Karl Johans gate https://goo.gl/6b4hqD 02:52 Parliament (Stortinget) https://goo.gl/X2gP7y 03:23 The Royal Castle (Slottet) https://goo.gl/xIP9aB 03:57 Nobel Peace Center https://goo.gl/sXCCQe 04:29 The Harbor https://goo.gl/brdbGN 04:44 Ferry B10 (see the fjord) https://goo.gl/1SZHoZ 05:03 Aker Brygge https://goo.gl/zi4Y7F 05:24 Astrup Fearnley https://goo.gl/3Umtqa 06:19 Akershus Castle https://goo.gl/bnNyxt 06:30 Inside Akershus Castle https://goo.gl/gnCQWm 07:13 Bygdøynes https://goo.gl/Zz8IcR 07:42 Vikingship Museum https://goo.gl/6dJP5A 07:54 Folk Museum (Stavkirke) https://goo.gl/vQly8M 08:31 Oscarshall Castle https://goo.gl/JOVB0a 08:33 Holocaust Center https://goo.gl/XCaiKT 08:36 Kongsgården https://goo.gl/IBqG9C 08:44 Huk (the beach) https://goo.gl/PX0idB 09:11 Vigelandsparken https://goo.gl/Umcgmi 10:04 Oslo City Museum https://goo.gl/VbbYTc 10:32 Holmenkollen (ski jump) https://goo.gl/mF1z3M 10:56 Ski Museum https://goo.gl/rYJcLU 11:05 Holmenkollen Kapell (church) https://goo.gl/D6iNPJ 11:23 Frognerseteren T-bane (metro) https://goo.gl/WrLIQN 11:56 Frognerseteren Restaurant https://goo.gl/AyjJp1 12:17 Ekebergåsen (lookout point) https://goo.gl/ob7pdW
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